Keyvan Mirehbar achieved his master's degree in Environmental Engineering at Warsaw University of Technology (2020). He worked on the Internal micro-electrolysis method and its combination with advanced oxidation methods for landfill leachate treatment. His research was presented at IWA young water professionals conference 2020 in Warsaw. At the same time, he worked as a trainee at CLOR (central laboratory for radiological protection) in Warsaw.
In September 2021, he joined the MATELEC research group at Universidad Autonoma de Madrid to work on the induction of radical species in electro-magnetic systems with iron-based nanocatalysts for the degradation of organic water pollutants.
Since July 2021, he started to work with the Electrochemical Processes Unit at IMDEA Energy as a predoctoral researcher in order to work on the project called HYSOLCHEM. He is in charge of the Development of innovative anodes for energy-efficient electro-oxidation of contaminants in wastewater during this project.