Editorial Panel

Editors

Dipesh Shikchand Patle, PhD

Erasmus Fellow Assistant Professor Chemical Engineering Department Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Allahabad India
Dipesh S Patle has received Bachelor of Technology, Master of Engineering, and Doctor of Philosophy from Amaravati University (India), BITS Pilani (India), and Universiti Sains Malaysia (Malaysia), respectively. He has worked at BITS Pilani (India), IIT Kharagpur (India) and VIT Vellore (India) in various capacities. Currently, he is associated with Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology Allahabad (India). He completed his post-doctorate from Politecnico di Milano, Italy. His research interest includes: Process modelling, Simulation, Plantwide Control and OTS development. He has several international publications to his credit. He also has received research grants from different agencies. He has visited several countries for various purposes. He is currently guiding several PhD and MTech/ME candidates.
Research Experience:-
1. Current Research:
Currently I am working on 'Biodiesel production from microalgae using ionic liquid catalyst in ultrasonic assisted reactor (Government of India sponsored)'. At the same time, my current research also focuses on process intensification to achieve maximum profit and minimum energy consumption. I am also working on the plantwide control of several chemical processes, such as biodiesel, formic acid, ethyl levulinate etc.
2. PhD Research:-
Duration: From Oct 12 June 15
Two biodiesel production processes (both involving acid esterification and alkali transesterification) were simulated realistically and compared for economic and environmental objectives: profit, heat duty and organic waste. An Excel-based multi-objective optimization (EMOO) program for the elitist non-dominated sorting genetic algorithm (NSGA-II) was used to determine Pareto-optimal fronts. Subsequently, a suitable PWC system was developed for the better biodiesel process using the integrated framework of simulation and heuristics (IFSH) and its performance was tested for several plantwide performance criteria. Finally, an operator training simulator (OTS) was developed for the biodiesel process to train the operators for startups and several emergency situations.
3. Worked in a team on ‘design, modeling, simulation and cost analysis of CO2 removal from synthesis gas using mixed amine solution’. [TNB Research Sdn. Bhd. Malaysia (259519-A) – A wholly owned subsidiary of TNB RESEARCH SDN. BHD]
Duration: From Jan 13 to April 13
Our team was involved in design, modeling and simulation of a plant for removing CO2 from synthesis gas using the mixed amine solution. We proposed suitable operating conditions in order to absorb maximum CO2 in mixed amine solution. Subsequently, we were responsible for the preliminary cost analysis of the plant.
4. Worked as Senior Research Fellow at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur (BARC sponsored project entitled ‘Design, Modeling and Control of High Pressure Pilot Scale HIX Reactive Distillation’)
Duration: From 06/08/2010 to 31/01/2012
The main objective of the work was to develop and simulate equilibrium and non-equilibrium models for high pressure pilot scale HIX (a mixture of HI, I2 and H2O) reactive distillation unit. The main challenge was to propose a suitable thermodynamic model considering the complex behavior of feed components and insufficient experimental data. The developed models were simulated using Aspen Plus, considering e-NRTL property method. The binary interaction parameters were determined using genetic algorithm optimization as well as Aspen Plus Data Regression tool.
Awards and Achievements
Received Sanggar Sanjung Award 2014 (Journal Publication 2014) from Universiti Sains Malaysia.
Received Erasmus Mundus Post Doctoral Fellowship at Politecnico Di Milano, Italy in 2016.
Entry 'Operator Training Simulator' was selected as one of the finalists for the Training and Development Award in IChemE Singapore Awards in 2016.
Achieved full financial support for pursuing Doctor of Philosophy and obtained Graduation on Time award (GOT) from Universiti Sains Malaysia.
Achieved full financial support for pursuing ME and PhD.
Achieved first prize in an international level paper presentation at COLLISION 2006 held at DDU Nadiad.
Achieved All India Rank of 972 in GATE 2007.
Professional Memberships
Member of American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) [009901827490 ].
Life Associate Member of Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers (IIChE) [LAM-38851].
Member of BITSAA, BITS Pilani [L-18428].
Book(s)
Mohanta, H. K., Patle, D. S., and Pani, A. K., “Advanced process control", Educational Development Division, Birla Institute of Technology and Science Pilani, 2010.
http://bookshaukeen.in/insert.php
Publications
Journals
1. Patle, D. S.; Manca D.; Salman, N.; Sharma S., Operator training simulators in virtual reality environment for process operators: a review, Virtual Reality (Accepted), 2018.
2. Sharma, S.; Patle, D. S.; Gadhamsetti, A. P.; Pandit, S.; Manca, D.; Nirmala G S. Intensification and performance assessment of the formic acid production process through a dividing wall reactive distillation column with vapor recompression, Chemical Engineering and Processing: Process Intensification, 123, 2018, 204-213, ISSN 0255-2701, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cep.2017.11.016. (IF: 2.8)
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0255270117306803
3. Khiratkar, A. G., Balinge, K. R., Krishnamurthy, M., Cheralathan K. K., Patle, D. S., Singh, V., Arora, A. and Bhagat, P. R. Sulphonic Acid-Functionalized Benzimidazolium based Poly ionic liquid Catalyzed Esterification of Levulinic Acid. Catalysis Letters, 2018, 148, 680–690 (IF: 2.8)
https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007%2Fs10562-017-2284-1.pdf
4. Khiratkar, A. G., Balinge, K. R., Patle, D S., Krishnamurthy, M., Cheralathan K. K. and Bhagat, P. R. Transesterification of Castor Oil using Benzimidazolium based Brönsted acidic Ionic Liquid Catalyst, Fuel, 2018, 231, 458–467 (IF: 4.7)
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0016236118309505
5. Balinge, K. R.; Khiratkar, A.G.; Krishnamurthy M.; Patle, D. S.; Cheralathan, K. K.; Bhagat, P. R., Deep-desulphurization of the petroleum diesel using the
heterogeneous Brønsted acid IL catalyst, Resource-Efficient Technologies, 2016, 2, S105-S113.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2405653716300884
6. Ranganayakulu, R.; Bhaskar Babu, G. U.; Rao. S.; Patle, D. S. A Comparative Study of recent Fractional Order PI/PID Tuning rules for Stable First Order Plus Time Delay Processes, Resource-Efficient Technologies, 2, 2016, S136-152.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2405653716300975
7. Ahmad, Z., Patle, D. S., Rangaiah, G. P., Operator training simulator for biodiesel synthesis from waste cooking oil, Process Safety and Environmental Protection, 99, 2016, 58-68 (IF: 3.1).
http://www.psep.ichemejournals.com/article/S0957-5820(15)00180-9/fulltext
8. Norhalim, A., Don, M. M., Ahmad, Z., Patle D. S., Modeling and optimisation of xylose production by enzymatic hydrolysis using neural network and particle swarm optimization, Chemical Product and Process Modeling, 10(3), 2015, 173-178.
http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/cppm.2015.10.issue-3/cppm-2015-0008/cppm-2015-0008.xml
9. Keong, L. S., Ahmad, Z., Patle, D S., Syukor, S. R., Biodiesel production using heterogeneous catalyst in cstr: sensitivity analysis and optimization, IOP Conf. Series: Materials Science and Engineering 121, 2016.
http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1757-899X/121/1/012007/meta
10. Patle, D. S., Wei P. E., Ahmad, Z., Simulation and economic analysis of biodiesel production using supercritical methanol. Journal of Engineering Science, 11, 2015, 17–26.
http://web.usm.my/jes/11_2015/JES%20Vol.%2011%202015%20-%20Art.%203(17-26).pdf
11. Patle, D. S., Ahmad, Z., Rangaiah, G. P., Multi-loop control system design for biodiesel process using waste cooking oil, Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 622 doi:10.1088/1742-6596/622/1/012011, 2015.
http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1742-6596/622/1/012011/meta
12. Patle, D. S., Ahmad, Z., Rangaiah, G. P., Plantwide control of biodiesel production from waste cooking oil using integrated framework of simulation and heuristics, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 53 (37), 2014, 14408–14418 (IF: 2.8).
http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/ie5023699
13. Patle, D. S., Sharma, S., Ahmad, Z., Rangaiah, G. P., Multi-objective optimization of two alkali catalyzed processes for bio-diesel from waste cooking oil, Energy Conversion and Management, 85, 2014, 361-372 (IF: 5.6).
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0196890414004452
14. Patle, D. S., Ahmad, Z., Rangaiah, G. P., Operator training simulator in chemical industry: review, issues and future directions, Reviews in Chemical Engineering, 30(2), 2014, 199-216 (IF: 3.2).
http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/revce.2014.30.issue-2/revce-2013-0027/revce-2013-0027.xml
15. Patle, D. S., Ahmad, Z., Techno-economic analysis of an alkali catalyzed biodiesel production using waste palm oil, Applied Mechanics and Materials, 465-466, 2014, 120-124.
http://www.scientific.net/AMM.465-466.120
16. Prakash, K. J., Patle, D. S., Jana, A. K., Neuro-estimator based GMC control of a batch reactive distillation. ISA Transactions, 50, 2011, 357-363 (IF: 3.4).
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0019057811000115
17. Datta, D., Patle, D. S., Sensitivity analysis of methyl acetate synthesis reactive distillation column, IUP Journal of Science and Technology, 6(3), 2010, 24-36.
http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1687612
18. Patle, D. S., Mohanta, H. K., Generic model control with adaptive state estimation for nonlinear CSTR, The IUP Journal of Chemical Engineering, 1(2), 2009, 22-36.
http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1526990
Several other papers are under review/under preparation

Srinath. S, PhD

Associate Professor Department of Chemical Engineering National Institute of Technology Warangal India
B.Tech (Chemical Engineering)(OU), M.Tech & Ph.D-Chemical Engineering(NITW): doctoral work on Fluidized bed combustion of Agricultural wastes. After M.Tech, he has joined in REC Warangal, as a Lecturer and presently working as Professor( Associate) at NIT Warangal.

Academic and Research Achievements:
He is actively involved in teaching, research and consultancy for the past Eighteen years. His research interests include solid waste conversion technologies, production of bio fuels using new sources and latest technologies, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Nano Technology, Catalysis and Micro reactors. He has completed three MHRD sponsored projects and one ISRO sponsored project. Currently executing Government funded R&D projects( DRDO &IGM ) of worth 37 lakhs in the area of nanotechnology. He has filed three Indian patents. He has designed and developed pilot scale unit for thermal conversion of agro residues with high heat recovery. He has developed a process for dispersion of high solid containing propellant slurry with Nano Al particles for ISRO. He has also developed new polishing compound for improved coin quality for IGM, Hyderabad. Due to application oriented research work he has been offered with consultancy projects on Simulation of process industries and development of new process for Industries such as BHEL, Coromandal Fertilizers and Felix industries. He has got vast experience in Process modelling and simulation, due to his expertise in Process Simulation he has delivered expert lectures on Process simulation in various conferences and colleges. He was actively involved in introducing new /modernisation of lab course for Under Graduate, Post Graduate and Ph.D students. He has also conducted short-term programmes including prestigious GIAN courses for faculty, students and Industry people at NIT Warangal and also in different colleges. He also organized an International conference on New frontiers in chemical energy and environmental engineering. He is active in collaborative research with Indian and foreign universities like JNTU, IICT, Osmania University, ICT Mumbai, ODU & MSU in USA, Univ of Saskenten Canada

Other Contributions: Published over 40 research papers in international, national conferences and journals and guided 20 M.Tech students and presently 4 Research Scholars are working for their Ph.D. Editorial board member of Environmental Science and Pollution Research Journal. He is professionally active in Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers and Institution of Engineers(I). He was staff advisor of Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers NIT Warangal Student chapter and during his tenure the chapter awarded with AMBUJA best student chapter award-2015. Currently He is serving as an executive member of Institution of Engineers(I) Warangal chapter.
Thermal conversion of biomass, Bio fuels, Process Intensification, Process modelling and simulation, Catalysis,CFD, Micro reactors
Awards/Honours
 BEST PAPER AWARD for the research paper titled “Modelling Fluidized Bed Combustion of Rice husk ” Presented in the International Conference on Chemical, Civil and Environmental engineering (ICCEE’2012) held at DUBAI during 24-25 March
 Chaired a session in International conference on Chemical, Civil and Environmental Engineering (ICCCEE'2015), during March 23-24, London, UK.
 “ Ambuja Best Student Chapter Award- 2015” – Staff advisor IIChE student chapter NITW.
 Srinath, S.,& Reddy, G.V. Particle Size effect on Performance of Fluidised Bed Combustor firing Groundnut shells. International Journal of Chemical engineering Application 3 (2) (2012), pp147-151.
 Srinath,S., & Reddy, G.V Effect of operating parameters on combustion of sawdust in a fluidized bed. Accepted for International Journal of Biotechnology, Chemical & Environmental Engineering (IJBCEE) Vol.2, (3), December 2013.
 Prasad Gurav, S. Srinu Naik, Komel Ansari, S. Srinath, K. Anand Kishore,Y. Pydi Setty, Shirish Sonawane, “’Stable colloidal copper nano particles for a nano fluid: Production and application”, Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochem. Eng. Aspects 441 (2014) 589– 597
 S.Srinath, Shekhar M Gaikwad and S.H.Sonawane, “Continuous Production of Biodiesel from Waste Cooking Oil in Corning® Advanced-Flow TM Reactor”. Int'l Journal of Research in Chemical, Metallurgical and Civil Engg. Vol. 2, Issue 1 (2015) pp 1-3.
 P.Thirumala bai, V.Manokaran, P.s.Saiprasad, S.Srinath "Studies on heat and Mass transfer Limitations in oxidative Dehydrogenation of Ethane over Cr2O3 / Al2O3 catalyst”. Procedia Engineering 127 (2015) 1338-1345.
 Srinath Suranani , Sandeep Kumar & Sundergopal Sridhar “ New frontiers in chemical energy and environmental engineering “. Environmental Science and pollution research,(2016) 23. 2053-2054.
 Shekar M. Gaikwad,Prashant D.Jolhe ,BharatA Bhanvase, Abhijeet Kulkarni,Vilas S. Patil, Makarand S. Pimplapure , Srinath Suranani, Irina Potoroko , Shirish H. Sonawane ,Shriram S. Sonawane “Process intensification for continuous synthesis of performic acid using Corning advanced-flow reactors”. Green Processing and Synthesis.(2017) 2191-9542
 P.Thirumala bai,S.Srinath,K.Upender,T.V.Sagar,N.Lingaiah,K.S.Rama rao,P.S.Sai Prasad " Oxidative dehydrogenation of ethane with carbon dioxide over Cr2O3 / SBA-15 catalysts : the influence of sulfate modification of the support". Applied petrochemical research(2017)1-12
 Srinath Suranani,yadagiri Maralla, Shekhar m. gaikwad, Shirish H.Sonawane " Process intensification using CorningR advanced flowTM reactor for continuous flow synthesis of biodiesel from fresh oil and used cooking oil ". Chemical Engineering and processing-process Intensification . Accepted

Anand Kishore Kola, PhD

Professor & Former HoD Department of Chemical Engineering National Institute of Technology Warangal Telangana State, India
EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS:
• Primary education (I-IV) from Upper primary school, Potlapally (V), Husnabad (M), the then Karimnagar (D), but now in Siddipet dist.
• Upper primary & Secondary education (V-X) from the then Andhra Pradesh Residential School for Boys (APRSB), Peddapur camp (V), Metpally (M), Karimnagar (D).
• Intermediate education from Andhra Pradesh Residential Junior College (APRJC), Maredumilli (V), Rampachodavaram (M), East Godavari (D).
• B.Tech & M.Tech in Chemical Engineering from University College of Technology (UCT), Osmania University, Hyderabad.
• Ph.D in Chemical Engineering from National Institute of Technology, Warangal, Telangana
• Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Human Resource Management (HRM) from DDE, Pondicherry University, Pondicherry.
• Master of Arts (M.A) in Sociology from SDLCE Kakatiya University, Warangal, Telangana.
• Master of Science (M.Sc) in Mathematics from SDLCE Kakatiya University, Warangal, Telangana.
• Bachelor of communication and Journalism (BCJ) from SDLCE Kakatiya University, Warangal, Telangana.
• Pollution control and environmental engineering
• Waste water treatment
• Municipal solid waste management
• Membrane separations
• Nanotechnology
• Biochemical engineering
• Energy
• Reactive distillation
• Pharmaceuticals and fine chemicals
• Chemical process equipment design
• Modeling and Optimization
AWARDS AND HONOURS WON:
• VIDYA RATNA award by Bharathiya Dali Sahithya Academy, New Delhi for the distinguished services rendered in the field of Education
• Outstanding Scientist Award in Engineering - 2015 by Venus International Foundation Chennai.
• Certificate of Merit award, for the paper ‘Optimization of Process Variables of Citric Acid Production using Aspergillus Niger in a Batch Fermentor’ presented in the International Conference on Chemical Engineering, San Francisco, USA, Oct 2008.
• Best Teacher Award - 2015 by Rotary club, Hanmakonda.
DISTINCTIONS:
• Chaired a session in an International conference on Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering held during 16-17 Nov, 2013 at Dept. of Chemical Engineering, NIT Warangal.
• Chaired a session in technical presentation, recognition and appreciation of research contributions to ‘6th International Conference on Chemical, Biological and Environmental Sciences (ICCEBS’2015)’ during September 13-14, 2015, Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE).
• Chaired a session in ‘International Conference on Computational Heat and Mass Transfer (ICCHMT-2015)’ during Nov.30-Dec02, 2015, Dept. of Mathematics, NIT Warangal.
• Bagged third prize in the Essay writing competition on “Preventive vigilance as a tool of good governance” conducted in NIT Warangal on the occasion of observation of Vigilance awareness Week-2015 during 26-31 October, 2015.
• Chaired a session in 206th International Conference on Chemical and Biochemical Engineering (ICCBE), held at Istanbul, Turkey during 23-24 March, 2018.
• Member of the National Advisory Committee of 5th International Conference on Applied Science Engineering and Technology (ICASET-18) Organized by Sri Sairam College of Engineering held during 17th - 18th May, 2018 at Anekal, Bengaluru, Karnataka.
• Member of the National Advisory Committee of International Conference on Research Advancements in Applied Engineering Sciences, Computer and Communication Technologies (ICRAAESCCT-18) held during 12th - 13th July, 2018 in B. V. Raju Institute of Technology (BVRIT), Narsapur, Telangana in association with Institute for Engineering Research and Publications (IFERP).
• Member of the National Advisory Committee of 5th International Conference on Recent Challenges in Engineering and Technology (ICRCET-18) held during 19th& 20thJuly, 2018 at Seoul, South Korea, organized by Institute for Engineering Research and Publication (IFERP).
PATENTS AWARDED:
• Patent for the work carried-out for IG Mint Hyderabad on “Development of pickling and polishing compound for improved coin quality and pollution control” was awarded on 11th October, 2017 with docket No. 63217.
BoS MEMBER:
• Member, BoS, Department of Chemical Engineering, IIIT Nuzvid, AP
• Member, BoS, Department of Chemical Engineering, IIIT Srikakulam, AP

TELANGANA STATE POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD (TSPSCB) MEMBER:  Has been serving as the member of Technical Committee on “Consent For Establishment (CFE)” of industries in Telangana State by Telangana State Pollution Control Board (TSPCB), Telengana, Hyderabad since February, 2018.  Has been serving as the member of Technical Committee on “Consent For Establishment (CFE) – Change of Product Mix (CPM)” of Telangana State Pollution Control Board (TSPCB), Telengana, Hyderabad since February, 2017.
TEACHING & RESEARCH EXPERIENCE:
 More than 19 years of experience in teaching different Chemical Engineering courses and Research since 26.02.1999 to till date at the Department of Chemical Engineering, National Institute of Technology (Formerly Regional Engineering College), Warangal, TS, India.
1. H. Upender and K. Anand Kishore, “Minimum Fluidization Velocity studies by using Pressure Drop in Inverse Fluidization”, International Journal of Engineering Technology Science and Research, Volume 4, Issue 11 November 2017, ISSN 2394-3386,pp: 450-456.

2. D. Kishore, K. Anand Kishore and RC Panda, “An improved identification of low-order processes using relay feedback approach” journal of IEEE Xplore, 978-1-5090-3001-9/17/$31.00@2017 IEEE.

3. H. Upender, K. Anand Kishore and V V Basava Rao, “ Mathematical model for bed expansion and minimum fluidization velocity studies of two phase inverse fluidization” international journal of Engineering Technology Science and Research, volume 4, issue 10, October 2017, ISSN 2394-3386,pp:239-248.

4. Anand Kishore Kola, Mallaiah Mekala and Venkat Reddy Goli, “Experimental design data for the biosynthesis of citric acid using central composite design method”, Scopus Indexed journal of Data in brief, 12, (2017), pp: 234-241.

5. D. Naresh Yadav, K. Anand Kishore, Shirish H. Sonawane, Bhaskar Bethi and D. Bhagawan, “ZnO nanophotocatalysts coupled with ceramic membrane method for treatment of Rhodamine-B dye waste water”, Scopus Indexed journal of Environment, Development and Sustainability, Environ Dev Sustain (2017), DOI 10.1007/s10668-017-9977-x.


6. Mallaiah Mekala, Anand Kishore Kola and Venkat Reddy Goli, “Catalytic reactive distillation for the esterification process: Experimental and Simulation”, SCI Journal of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering quarterly, 31 (3) 293-302 (2017).

7. Anand Kishore Kola, Mallaiah Mekala and Venkat Reddy Goli, Experimental Studies on Batch Synthesis of Citric Acid by Submerged Fermentation of Sucrose Using Aspergillus Niger NCIM 705” (Revised Manuscript Under Review). Scopus Indexed Journal of Chemistry in industry (2017), Croatian Society of Chemical Engineers.

8. Prasad Gurav, S. Srinu Naik, Komel Ansari, S. Srinath, K. Anand Kishore,Y. Pydi Setty, Shirish Sonawane, “’Stable colloidal copper nanoparticles for a nanofluid: Production and application”, Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochem. Eng. Aspects 441 (2014) 589– 597.

9. K. Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy,”Parameter Optimization in Citric Acid Fermentation Process: A Statistical Approach”, Asian-American Journal of Chemistry, Vol.1, No.1, January-June 2013, pp. 20-21, Academic Research Journals, India

10. K. Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy “Modeling and Optimization of Stimulators in the fermentation of Citric Acid”, International Journal of Synthesis and Characterization, Vol.5, No.2, July-December 2012, pp.90-94, Research Sciences Press, (India).

11. K. Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy, ‘Recent Developments in Optimization of Citric Acid Fermentation Process-A Review’, International journal of General Engineering and Technology (IJGET), Vol.1, Issue 1 Aug 2012, pp: 55-63.

12. S.Srinu Naik and K.Anand Kishore, ‘Effect of Synthetic Surfactants on the Stability of Pharmaceutical Emulsions’, international journal of pharmaceutical Applications,Vol 3, Issue 3, 2012, pp 375-379

13. K. Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy, ‘Studies on Phenol biodegradation rates in Waste water treatment by Draft tube Fluidized bed bioreactor’, International journal of Chemical Sciences and Applications, Vol-3, Issue-2, 2012,pp;249-253.

14. K.Anand Kishore and P.Amareshwar ‘Quality evaluation and Comparative study on Tablet formulations of different Pharmaceutical companies’, Journal of Current Chemical & Pharmaceutical Sciences, Vol.2, No.1, pp: 24-31, ISSN 2277-2871(2012).

15. K.Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy, “Statistical Design and optimization of Metal ion concentrations for submerged fermentation of Citric acid”, Journal of Scientific review and Chemical communication, Vol.2, No.1, pp: 66-75, ISSN 2277-2669 (2012).

16. K.Anand Kishore and P.Amareshwar, A Study on effect of Physical properties on the Quality of formulations of different Pharmaceutical companies’, International Journal of Pharmaceutical Studies and Research, Vol.3, No.1, pp: 04-07 (2012).

17. K.Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy, “Optimization of Incubation Time, Fermentation Temperature & O2 Flow rate in Citric Acid Fermentation Using Response Surface Methodology(Rsm)”, International Journal of Advanced Engineering Technology, Vol.3,No.1.pp:64-67 (2012)

18. K.Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy, “Modeling and Optimization of Citric Acid Fermentation Process by Statistical Experimental Designs”, International Journal of Chemical and Environmental Engineering systems, Vol.2 (2):18-22, 2011.

19. K. Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy, ‘Optimization of Batch Fermentation of Citric Acid Process: A Statistical Approach’, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Vol. 7, No. 11, 1739-1741(2012).

20. K.Anand Kishore, M.Praveen Kumar, M. Ravi Krishna and G. Venkat Reddy, “Optimization of Process Variables of Citric Acid Production using Aspergillus Niger in a Batch Fermentor”, IAENG international journal Engineering Letters, Vol.16,No.4,pp: 572-577 (2008).

21. K.Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy, ”Assessment of relative importance of process variables in Citric Acid Fermentation by Plackett-Burman design ”, Reasearch Journal of Chemical Sciences, Vol. 2(9), pp:5-8, Sept. (2012).

22. K. Anand Kishore and Srinu Naik .S, “Chemical stability studies on some locally manufactured Tablets using Instrumental methods”, Journal of Acta Chimica & Pharmaceutica Indica, Vol.2, No.1, pp: 79-86, ISSN 2277-288X (2012).

23. K.Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy, ’Genetic Algorithmic Optimization of Physical Operating conditions in Citric acid Fermentation’, Journal of Engineering Research and Studies’, Vol.3, No.1,pp:65-69 (2012).

24. V.V.Narayana, K.Anand Kishore and G.Venkat Reddy, ‘Bio-kinetic Studies on Citric Acid Production using Aspergillus Niger in a Batch Fermentor’, Indian Chemical Engineer Journal, Volume 48, No.4, pp; 217-229 (2006).

25. K. Anand Kishore, Rajpriya Gupta and H. Upender, “CFD Simulation of Inverse Fluidization”, 206th International Conference on Chemical and Biochemical Engineering (ICCBE), held at Istanbul, Turkey during 23-24 March, 2018, pp: 1-3.

26. D. Kishore, K. Anand Kishore and RC Panda, “ Identification of cascade control system using simple relay feedback approach”, National conference on Contributions of SC/ST Scientists and Technologists towards advancement of Science and Engineering (NCSCSTASE-2018), held at National Aerospace laboratories, CSIR, Bangalore during 23-25 January, 2018, pp: 117.

27. D. Kishore, K. Anand Kishore and RC Panda, Identification and control of process using the modified asymmetric feedback method”, International conference on Numerical Heat Transfer & Fluid Flow (NHTF - 2018) held at NIT Warangal during 19-21 January, 2018, pp:10

28. D. Kishore, K. Anand Kishore and RC Panda, “Stability analysis and controller design for unstable systems using relay feedback approach”, 7th International conference on Soft Computing for Problem Solving, held at IIT Bhubaneswar during 23-24 December, 2017. pp:30

29. H. Upender and K. Anand Kishore, “Minimum Fluidization Velocity studies by using Pressure Drop in Inverse Fluidization”, 5th International Conference on Advancement in Engineering, Applied Science and Management (ICAEASM-2017) at Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers, Ganganagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India on 26th November 2017, ISBN: 978-93-87433-02,pp:49-55.

30. H. Upender, K. Anand Kishore and VV Basava Rao, “ Mathematical model for bed expansion and minimum fluidization velocity studies of two phase inverse fluidization” 2nd international conference on Science, Technology & Management (ICSTM-2017), IETE, OU, Hyderabad, 15-10-2017, ISBN: 978-81-934288-7-0.

31. Narasimha P, Shirish H Sonawane and K. Anand Kishore, “Ultrasound assisted synthesis of GO/Mn3O4/ZnO nanocomposite for super-capacitor applications, Asia-Oceania sonochemical Society Conference (AOSS-3), 14-16 September, 2017, SRM Research Institute, Chennai.

32. D. Kishore, K. Anand Kishore and RC Panda, “An improved identification of low-order processes using relay feedback approach”, 9th international conference on trends in industrial measurements and automation during 6-8, Jan. 2017, pp: 29.

33. D. Kishore, K. Anand Kishore and RC Panda, “Nonlinear system identification and control for Wiener processes using relay feedback”, international conference on Frontiers in Optimization: Theory and Applications, jointly organized by ORSI & HIT, Kolkata) during Nov 24-26, 2016, pp: 49.

34. K. Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy, “ Statistical and experimental screening of key variables in the biosynthesis of citric acid from sucrose”, International Conference on Computational Heat and Mass Transfer (ICCHMT-2015) during Nov.30-Dec02, 2015, Dept. of Mathematics, NIT Warangal, pp: 78.

35. K. Anand Kishore and T. Kamala,”An Experimental Study on Dye Water Treatment Using Nanoporous Membrane Process” International Conference on Chemical, Civil and Environmental Engineering (ICCCEE’2015), 23-24 March. 2015, London, UK. pp: 149.

36. K. Anand Kishore and KAV Ramanjaneyulu, “Simulation of biomass gasification in Fluidized bed using Aspen plus”, 6th International Conference on Chemical, Biological and Environmental Sciences (ICCEBS’2015) during September 13-14, 2015, Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE), pp: 28..

37. K. Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy, “Optimization of parameters in citric acid bioprocess using statistical and experimental techniques”, International Conference on New Frontiers in Chemical, Energy and Environmental Engineering (INCEEE-2015), 20-21 March, 2015, Department of Chemical Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Warangal, India,pp:375.

38. K. Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy, “Applications of TiO2 assisted cellulose acetate membrane for waste water treatment”, International Conference on New Frontiers in Chemical, Energy and Environmental Engineering (INCEEE-2015), 20-21 March, 2015, Department of Chemical Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Warangal, India,pp:373.

39. AV Ramanjaneyulu Kalva And Anand Kishore Kola, “Simulation of Hydrogen rich fuel gas production by gasification of wet biomass using A CO2 sorbent, International Conference on New Frontiers in Chemical, Energy and Environmental Engineering (INCEEE-2015), 20-21 March, 2015, Department of Chemical Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Warangal, India,pp:365.

40. K. Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy, “Screening of variables for the biosynthesis of citric acid”, International Conference on New Frontiers in Chemical, Energy and Environmental Engineering (INCEEE-2015), 20-21 March, 2015, Department of Chemical Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Warangal, India,pp:137.

41. AV Ramanjaneyulu Kalva and Anand Kishore Kola, “Simulation of biomass gasification using Aspen plus; A dispersion model”, international conference on energy systems and developments (ICESD), 11-13 February, 2015, Trinity College of Engineering and Research, Pune, India, pp:13.

42. K. Anand Kishore, G.Venkat Reddy and A.S Deshmukh, “Modeling and Simulation Studies on Continuous Reactive Distillation of Methyl acetate Process”, International conference on Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering, 16-17 Nov,2013, ISBN 978-81-928314-0-4, pp:57.

43. K. Anand Kishore, Shirish Sonawane and T. Kamala, “A study on Waste water treatment using ceramic nanoporous membrane”, International conference on Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering, 16-17 Nov,2013, ISBN 978-81-928314-0-4, pp:125.

44. K. Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy, “Studies on phenol degradation using pseudomonas putida in fluidized bed bioreactor: a waste water treatment”, proceedings of international conference on global scenario in environment and energy, Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, 14-15 March 2013.

45. K. Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy, An experimental and Statistical study on the influence Vegetable Oils on the Fermentation of Citric Acid from Sucrose using Aspergillus Niger NCIM 705, proceedings of International conference on Biotechnology in Human welfare,7-9February 2013,pp:150(2013).

46. K. Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy, ‘”A Study on the effect of Alcohols on Fermentation Citric acid using Aspergillus Niger: An experimental and evolutionary Approach”, proceedings of International conference on Biotechnology in Human welfare,7-9 February 2013,pp:148(2013)

47. K. Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy “Optimization of Operating Conditions in Citric Acid Fermentation: A Genetic Programming Approach, proceedings of 3rd International Conference on Chemical, Ecology and Environmental Sciences (ICCEES'2013),4-5 January 2013, Bali, Indonesia,pp:190 (2013).

48. K. Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy, ‘‘Optimization of Batch Fermentation of Citric Acid Process: A Statistical Approach’’, proceedings of ‘International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering & Technology (IETET-2012)’, 9-11 November 2012, GIMT, Kurukshetra.

49. K.Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy, “Design and Optimization of Citric Acid Fermentation Process by Statistical Method”, proceedings of International conference on Chemical, Environmental and biological sciences, 11-12 February, Penang, Malaysia, pp: 70-73 (2012).

50. K.Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy, “Optimization of Operating Variables in the Fermentation of Citric acid using Response Surface Methodology”, proceedings of 2011 2nd International Conference on Chemical Engineering and Applications, Singapore,Vol23,pp:108-113. (2011).

51. K.Anand Kishore, K.Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy,” Optimization of Nutrients by Central Composite Design for the Biosynthesis of Citric Acid”, proceedings of 17th Regional Symposium on Chemical Engineering (RSCE2010),Bangkok, Thailand, November 22-23,2010,pp:179,ISBN 978-974-466-514-0 (2010).

52. K.Anand Kishore, M.Praveen Kumar, M.Ravi Krishna and G. Venkat Reddy, “Effect of Additives on Citric acid yield, produced usingAspergillus Niger” proceedings of an International conference on’ Plant biotechnology and Molecular biology’, Kakatiya University, Warangal, A.P, India, August 15-17, pp:.126 (2008).

53. K.Anand Kishore, N. Madan Mohan and G.Venkat Reddy, “Optimization of Citric acid Production using Genetic Algorithm”, proceedings of an ‘International Conference on Chemical Engineering (ICCE07)’, San Francisco, USA, October 24-26 October, pp: 84-89 (2007).

54. D. Kishore and Dr. K. Anand Kishore, “Identification of MIMO systems using relay feedback approach”, Research Conclave’17, NIT Warangal, 18-19 March, 2017.

55. D. Naresh Yadav and Dr. K. Anand Kishore,” Effect of catalyst loading on degradation of methylene blue dye in photo-catalysis”, Research Conclave’17, NIT Warangal, 18-19 March, 2017.

56. D. Kishore and Dr. K. Anand Kishore “Identification of unstable systems using relay feedback approach”, Research Conclave’17, NIT Warangal, 18-19 March, 2017.

57. D. Kishore, Dr. K. Anand Kishore and RC Panda, “Stability analysis of SOPTD system with numerator dynamics using relay feedback approach”, proceedings of Indian Chemical Engineering Congress (CHEMCON-16), December 27-30,2016, Anna university, Chennai, pp: 1155.

58. D. Kishore, Dr. K. Anand Kishore and RC Panda, “Stability analysis of SOPTD system with numerator dynamics using relay feedback approach”, proceedings of Indian Chemical Engineering Congress (CHEMCON-16), December 27-30,2016, Anna university, Chennai, pp: 1155.

59. D. Kishore and Dr. K. Anand Kishore, “Identification and control of non-linear systems using relay feedback approach”, National conference on applied nonlinear dynamics, jointly organized by NITW & IIG, Navi Mumbai during 21-22 Dec, 2016, pp: 3.

60. K. Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy,”Phenolic water treatment by microbial cells in Fluidized bed bioreactor”, proceedings of Indian Chemical Engineering Congress (CHEMCON-12), December 27-30, 2012 DR. B.R. Ambedkar National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar, pp: 564(2012).

61. K. Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy “Structured Modeling and Optimization Studies on Citric Acid Submerged fermentation Process by Genetic Programming”, proceedings of Indian Chemical Engineering Congress (CHEMCON-12), December 27-30,2012 DR. B.R. Ambedkar National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar,pp:563 (2012).

62. Prasad Gurav, A S. Deshmukh, K Anand Kishore S Srinu Naik, Y. Pydi Setty, Shirish Sonawane, “Heat Transfer Analysis of Nanofluid in Copper Tube with Constant Heat Flux”, proceedings of ChEmference’12, a national level symposium mutually organized by Department of Chemical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay and Institute of Chemical Technology (ICT).10-12, December,2012.

63. K. Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy, “Statistical Optimization of Citric Acid Fermentation Process: A Design of Experiments Approach”, proceedings of National conference on Technological Advancements in Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering (TACBE – 2012), 28th September, 2012, Department of Chemical Engineering, SVU, Tirupathi, 19-22.

64. K.Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy “Effect of Alcohols on Citric Acid Production by Submerged Fermentation Using Aspergillus Niger”, National conference on Recent Trends in Green Processing Strategies (RTGPS-2012), 29 March’2012, Department of Chemical Engineering, S V University College of Engineering, Tirupati,pp:4.

65. K.Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy’ Study and treatment of Phenolic drug waste in Fluidized bed bioreactor with an Internal draft tube’, National conference on Energy and environmental issues related to Chemical industries, 18-19, February’2012, Bichpuri, U.P.

66. K.Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy “Optimization of Physical variables in Citric acid fermentation by Genetic algorithms”, National conference on recent advances in Chemical and Environmental Engineering, 20-21 January’2012, NIT, Rourkela, pp:116.

67. K.Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy ‘Studies on Degradation of Phenolic Bulk drug effluents’ National Conference on Interface between Chemical sciences and Technologies,29-30, December, 2011, NITW,pp:49.

68. K.Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy, ‘A Study on Quality Evaluation & Comparison of Formulations of different Pharmaceutical companies’, National Conference on Interface between Chemical sciences and Technologies, 29-30, December, 2011, NITW,pp:6.
69. K.Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy,’ Effect of Organic Solvents on Batch Fermentation of Citric Acid and their Optimization’, National Conference on Interface between Chemical sciences and Technologies, 29-30, December, 2011, NITW, pp: 50.

70. K.Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy ‘Studies on Substrate transfer rates from liquid phase to Bioparticle in fluidized bed bioreactor’, proceedings of National Conference on Interface between Chemical sciences and Technologies, 29-30, December, 2011,pp:35.

71. K.Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy ‘Biodegradation Studies of Phenolic Pharmaceutical Wastes in Draft tube Fbbr, ’International Symposium on Effect of Emissions & Effluents on Environment, 23-24 Dec’2011,Department of Engineering Chemistry, A.U. College of Engineering, Visakhapatnam, pp:25.

72. K.Anand Kishore and G. Venkat Reddy, ‘Statistical optimization of Metal ions for Citric acid Fermentation’, proceedings of Indian Chemical Engineering Congress (CHEMCON-2011), 27-29 December’2011, Bangalore, Vol.II,p:417-418.

73. K. Anand Kishore, R. Naveen Kumar and G.Venkat Reddy, ‘Optimization of Citric Acid Production Process Variables using Genetic Algorithms’, proceedings of Indian Chemical Engineering Congress-2009, Visakhapatnam, 27-30,December 2009,pp:111-112(TS-1460).

Manickam Sivakumar, PhD

Professor of Chemical and Nanopharmaceutical Process Engineering Associate Dean – Research and Knowledge Exchange, Faculty of Engineering Director – Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials (NATAM) University of Nottingham (Malaysia campus) Jalan Broga, Semenyih 43500, Malaysia
Professor Sivakumar Manickam (Siva) is a Chemical Engineer specializing Process Engineering of Nanomaterials especially Nanopharmaceuticals. Presently he is working with University of Nottingham, Malaysia campus and his research group concentrates on the process development of cavitation based reactors towards technologically important nanomaterials. The group also looking into the development of pharmaceutical nanoemulsions as well as utilizing novel carbon nanomaterials to design biosensor for the earlier detection of cancer and diabetes. He is also the Associate Dean for Research and Knowledge Exchange, Faculty of Engineering and is the Director of the Centre for Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials. He was also the recipient of JSPS fellowship, Japan. He has published ~200 peer reviewed journal and conference papers. He is the Fellow of Higher Education Academy (UK), Fellow of RSC and member of Institute of Nanotechnology (IoN).
Nanopharmaceuticals;
Nanobiosensor;
Nanoemulsion;
Nanoformulation;
Water and Wastewater treatment;
Process development;
Process technology
Ultrasound;
Extraction
SCHOLARSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS, AWARDS
2017, Research Award - Gold, To recognize the output in terms of research publications (FoE, UNMC)
2017, Teaching Quality Award, To recognize the contribution to teaching and learning (FoE, UNMC)
2016, Knowledge Exchange and Impact Awards, Finalist (2 nominations out of 4)
2016, Research Award - Gold, To recognize the output in terms of research publications (FoE, UNMC)
2015, Research Leadership Programme (UK), Supports and advances the identified key academics in their strategic research leadership roles and develop, in order that they can deliver world leading research with impact.
2015, Research Award - Platinum , To recognize the output in terms of research publications (MIP, UNMC)
2014, Hind Rattan (Jewel of India) Award, Non-resident Indian (NRI) Welfare Society of India – For the outstanding services, achievements and Contributions (New Delhi, India, 25-26 Jan 2014).
2014, IChemE Innovator of the Year Award, Top 3 in the final list
2014, Research Award - Platinum, To recognize the output in terms of research publications (MIP, UNMC)
2014, Teaching Recognition, Top 5 lecturers in FoE, UNMC
2013, IChemE Innovator of the Year Award - Highly Commended, Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) for Innovation and Excellence
2013, Research Award - Platinum, To recognize the output in terms of research publications (MIP, UNMC)
2013, McNab – Lacey Design Prize, IChemE prize for Green Synthesis of Ibuprofen Production
2013, Teaching Recognition, Top 10 lecturers in FoE, UNMC
2012, First Best Research Poster Award, Designing a novel nanoscale drug delivery platform using Graphene, dye and pluronic f127 as nanohybrid vehicle for improved efficacy of curcumin into cancer cells (K. Muthoosamy, H. Lee and S. Manickam) - A European Conference/Workshop on the Synthesis, Characterisation and Applications of Graphene – 27- 30 Sep 2012, Mykonos, Greece
2012, Teaching Recognition, Top 10 lecturers in FoE, UNMC
2009, Silver Award, For the “Development of Large-scale Multiple Frequency Ultrasonic Cavitation Reactor for Wastewater Treatment” in Water Malaysia 2009, An
International Conference on Industry Best Practices (A MWA Biennial International Water Exhibition), May 19-21 2009, PWTC, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
2006, Fast Track Young Scientist, DST (Department of Science and Technology) – SERC (Science and Engineering Research Council), Government of India
2003, JSPS Research Award, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Government of Japan
2001, Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship, Bar-Ilan University, by Israel – China Collaborative Research Project on “the Development of Advanced Nanostructured Materials using Sonochemistry”
1997, Senior Research Fellowship, University Grants Commission, Government of India

I BOOK
1. Book title: Cavitation: A Novel and Energy efficient technique for the generation of
Nanomaterials
Editors: M. Sivakumar and M. Ashokkumar
Publisher: Pan Stanford, Singapore
ISBN: 978-981-4411-54-7
Year: 2014
II BOOK CHAPTER
2. Chapter title: Ultrasound Enhanced PTC Reactions
Authors: M.Sivakumar, P.Senthilkumar and A.B.Pandit
Book title: Recent Trends in Catalysis
Editors: V.Murugesan, B. Arabindo and M. Palanichamy
Publisher: Narosa Publishing House
Year: 1999
3. Chapter title: Production of Nanomaterials using Ultrasound Cavitation – A Simple, Energy
Efficient and Technological approach
Authors: M.Sivakumar and RK Rana
Book title: Ultrasound Technologies for Food and Bioprocessing
Editors: Hao Feng, Jochen Weiss and Gustavo V. Barbosa-C¨¢novas
Publisher: Springer
Chapter No: 15
Page No: 405-444
ISBN: 978-1-4419-7472-3
Year: 2010
4. Chapter title: Sonochemical Synthesis of Oxides and Sulfides
Authors: M. Sivakumar
Book title: Theoretical and Experimental Inorganic Chemistry
Editors: Pankaj Srivastava and Muthupandian Ashokkumar
Publisher: Springer
Chapter No: 8
Page No: 191-212
ISBN: 978-90-481-3886-9
Year: 2011
5. Chapter title: Ultrasound cavitation as a Green Processing Technique in the Design and
Manufacture of Pharmaceutical Nanoemulsions in drug delivery system
Authors: M. Sivakumar, Siah Ying Tang and Khang Wei Tan
Book title: Green Chemistry for Environmental Remediation
Editors: R Sanghi and V Singh
Publisher: Scrivener, Wiley
Chapter No: 7
Page No: 155-208
ISBN: 978-0-470-94308-3
Year: 2012
6. Chapter title: Development of Multifunctional Nanomaterials by cavitation
Authors: M. Sivakumar, Tang SY and Ashokkumar M
Book title: Cavitation: A Novel and Energy efficient technique for the generation of
Nanomaterials
Editors: M Sivakumar and M Ashokkumar
Publisher: Pan Stanford, Singapore
Chapter No: 1
Page No: 1-28
ISBN: 978-981-4411-54-7
Year: 2014
7. Chapter title: Ultrasonics and Sonochemistry – Some Issues and Future Perspectives
Authors: Ashokkumar M and M. Sivakumar
Book title: Cavitation: A Novel and Energy efficient technique for the generation of
Nanomaterials
Editors: M Sivakumar and M Ashokkumar
Publisher: Pan Stanford, Singapore
Chapter No: 13
Page No: 415-422
ISBN: 978-981-4411-54-7
Year: 2014
8. Chapter title: Ultrasonic and UV Disinfection of Food
Authors: Liew Yuh Xiu and M. Sivakumar
Book title: Handbook of Food Processing (Food Engineering Series)
Editors: Theodoros Varzakas and Constantina Tzia
Publisher: CRC Press
Chapter No: 15
Page No: 517-530
ISBN: 978-1-4987-2175-2
Year: 2015
9. Chapter title: Nanomedicine in Theranostics
Authors: Renu Geetha Bai, Kasturi Muthoosamy and Sivakumar Manickam
Book title: Nanotechnology Applications for Tissue Engineering
Editors: Sabu Thomas, Yves Grohens and Neethu Ninan
Publisher: Elsevier
Chapter No: 12
Page No: 195-213
ISBN: 978-0-323-32889-0
Year: 2015
10. Chapter title: Production of Biofuels and Chemicals with Ultrasound
Authors: Siah Ying Tang and Sivakumar Manickam
Book title: Biofuels and Biorefineries (Book Series)
Editors: Zhen Fang, Richard L Smith and Xinhua Qi
Publisher: Springer
Chapter No: 7
Page No: 189-207
ISBN: 978-94-017-9624-8
Year: 2015
11. Chapter title: Ultrasonic Process Intensification for the Efficient Extraction of Nutritionally
active Ingredient of Polysaccharides from Bioresources
Authors: Ibrahim Alzorqi and Sivakumar Manickam
Book title: Handbook of Ultrasonics and Sonochemistry
Editors: Muthupandian Ashokkumar
Publisher: Springer Singapore
Page No: 1-16
ISBN: 978-981-287-470-2
Year: 2016
12. Chapter title: Graphene Metal Nanoclusters in Cutting-edge Theranostics Nanomedicine
Applications
Authors: Kasturi Muthoosamy and Sivakumar Manickam
Book title: Advances in Biomaterials for Biomedical Applications
Editors: Anuj Tripathi and Jose Savio Melo
Publisher: Springer
Page No: 1-16
ISBN: 978-981-287-470-2
DOI: 10.1007/978-981-10-3328-5_11
Year: 2017
13. Chapter title: Ultrasonic Production of Nano-Emulsions for Bioactive Delivery in
Pharmaceutical and Food Applications
Authors: Thomas S.H. Leong, Sivakumar Manickam, Wu Li, Gregory J.O. Martin, and
Muthupandian Ashokkumar
Book title: Molecular Science: Ultrasound and Sonochemistry Series
Editors: Muthupandian Ashokkumar
Publisher: Springer
Page No:
ISBN: 978-3-319-73490-3
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-73491-0
Year: 2018
14. Chapter title: Simple and Multiple Emulsions Emphasizing on Industrial Applications and
Stability Assessment
Authors: Revathi Raviadaran, Ng Mei Han, Kasturi Muthoosamy and Sivakumar Manickam
Book title: Food Process Engineering and Quality Assurance
Editors: Mohan, Elizabeth Carvajal-Millan, C. N. Ravishankar and A. K. Haghi
Publisher: Apple Academic Press
ISBN: 9781771885768
Year: 2018
15. Chapter title: Bioactive compounds of the wonder medicinal mushroom “Ganoderma
lucidum”
Authors: Surya Sudheer, Ibrahim Alzorqi, Sivakumar Manickam and Asgar Ali
Book title: Bioactive Molecules in Food (Reference series in phytochemistry)
Editors: Jean-Michel Merillon and K.G. Ramawat
Publisher: Springer, Cham
ISBN: 9783319545288
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-54528-8
Year: 2018
16. Chapter title: Carbon Nanotubes and its applications in Drug Delivery
Authors: Chee Meng Ng and M.Sivakumar
Book title: Nanotechnology for the Healthcare
Editors: Udupa, Phani and Gupta
Year: 2015
III JOURNAL PAPERS - PUBLISHED (PEER-REVIEWED)
17. Surya Sudheer, Zain Taha, Sivakumar Manickam, Asgar Ali and Poh Guat Cheng
Development of Antler-type Fruiting bodies of Ganoderma lucidum and Determination of its
Biochemical properties
Fungal Biology (In Press)
Impact factor: 2.184
18. Arthy Surendran, Yasmeen Siddiqui, Nusaibah Syd Ali and Sivakumar Manickam
Inhibition and Kinetic Studies of Cellulose and Hemicellulose Degrading Enzymes of Ganoderma
boninense by naturally occurring Phenolic compounds
Journal of Applied Microbiology, (In Press)
Impact factor: 2.099
19. Renu Geetha Bai, Neethu Ninan, Kasturi Muthoosamy and Sivakumar Manickam
Graphene: A Versatile Platform for Nanotheranostics and Tissue Engineering
Progress in Materials Science, 91, 24-69, 2018.
Impact factor: 31.5
20. Surya Sudheer, Ibrahim Salahuddin Abdulrahman Alzorqi, Asgar Ali, Poh Guat Cheng,
Yasmeen Siddiqui and Sivakumar Manickam
Determination of Biological Efficiency and Antioxidant Potential of Ganoderma lucidum
Cultivated Utilising different Agro-Wastes
International Journal of Medicinal Mushrooms, 20(1), 89-100, 2018.
Impact factor: 1.36
21. Arthy Surendran, Yasmeen Siddiqui, Halimi Mohd Saud, Nusaibah Syd Ali and Sivakumar
Manickam
The Antagonistic Effect of Phenolic Compounds on Ligninolytic and Cellulolytic Enzymes of
Ganoderma Boninense, Causing Basal Stem Rot in Oil Palm
International Journal of Agriculture & Biology, 19(6), 1437-1446, 2017.
22. Mohammad Reza Ketabchi, Sivakumar Manickam, Rafie Rushdy Mohammed, Gordon McKay
Influence of EFB-based biochar on complete removal of TSS and decolorization of palm-oilmill-
effluent (POME)
Desalination and Water Treatment, 83, 66-74, 2017.
Impact factor: 1.36
23. Sadia Afreen, Ken Kokubo, Kasturi Muthoosamy and Sivakumar Manickam
Hydration or Hydroxylation: Direct Synthesis of Fullerenol from Pristine Fullerene (C60) via
Acoustic Cavitation in Presence of Hydrogen Peroxide
RSC Advances, 7, 31930-31939, 2017.
Impact factor: 3.84
24. State of the Art and Recent Advances in the Ultrasound-assisted Synthesis, Exfoliation and
Functionalisation of Graphene Derivatives
Kasturi Muthoosamy and Sivakumar Manickam
Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, 39, 478-493, 2017.
Impact factor: 4.556
25. Recent Advancements in the Sonophotocatalysis (SPC) and Doped-Sonophotocatalysis
(DSPC) for the Treatment of Recalcitrant Hazardous Organic Water Pollutants
Debabrata Panda and Sivakumar Manickam
Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, 36, 481-496, 2017.
Impact factor: 4.556
26. Optimization of Ultrasound Assisted Extraction (UAE) of β-D-glucan Polysaccharides from
Ganoderma lucidum for prospective Scale-up
Ibrahim Alzorqi, Ajit Singh, Sivakumar Manickam and Haidar F. Al-Qrimli
Resource-Efficient Technologies, 3(1), 46-54, 2017.
27. Acoustic cavitation induced generation of stabiliser-free, extremely stable reduced graphene
oxide nanodispersion for efficient delivery of paclitaxel in cancer cells
Renu Geetha Bai, Kasturi Muthoosamy, Fiona Natalia Shipton and Sivakumar Manickam
Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, 36, 129-138, 2017.
Impact factor: 4.556
28. Development of Silane Grafted Halloysite Nanotube Reinforced Polylactide Nanocomposites
for the Enhancement of Mechanical, Thermal and Dynamic-Mechanical Properties
Prakash Krishnaiah, Chantara Thevy Ratnam and Sivakumar Manickam
Applied Clay Science, 135, 583-595, 2017.
Impact factor: 2.586
29. Identification of Active Sonochemical Zones in a Triple Frequency Ultrasonic Reactor via
Physical and Chemical Characterisation Techniques
Timm Joyce Tiong, Derick Liew Khong Lit, Ramona Claire Gondipon, Ryan Wong Weysern, Loo
Yuen Ling, Matthew S.T. Lok and Sivakumar Manickam
Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, 35, 569-576, 2017.
Impact factor: 4.556
30. Ibrahim Alzorqi, Surya Sudheer, Ting-Jang Lu and Sivakumar Manickam
Ultrasonically Extracted -D-Glucan from Artificially Cultivated Mushroom, Characteristic
Properties and Antioxidant Activity
Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, 35, 531-540, 2017.
Impact factor: 4.556
31. Jean-Marc Leveque, Laurent Duclaux, Jean-Noel Rouzaud, Laurence Reinert, Naoki Komatsu,
Alexandre Desforges, Sadia Afreen, Manickam Sivakumar and Takahide Kimura
Ultrasonic treatment of glassy carbon for nanoparticle preparation
Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, 35, 615-622, 2017.
Impact factor: 4.556
32. Sonochemical and Sustainable Synthesis of Graphene-Gold (G-Au) Nanocomposites for
Enzymeless and Selective Electrochemical Detection of Nitric Oxide
Renu Geetha Bai, Kasturi Muthoosamy, Meifang Zhou, Muthupandian Ashokkumar, Nay
Ming Huang and Sivakumar Manickam
Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 87, 622-629, 2017.
Impact factor: 6.409
33. Enhancements in Crystallinity, Thermal stability, Tensile modulus and Strength of Sisal Fibres
and their PP Composites Induced by the Synergistic Effects of Alkali and High Intensity
Ultrasound (HIU) treatments
Prakash Krishnaiah, Chantara Thevy Ratnam and Sivakumar Manickam
Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, 34, 729-742, 2017.
Impact factor: 4.556
34. Sonosynthesis of Cellulose Nanoparticles (CNP) from Kenaf Fiber: Effects of Processing
Parameters
Mohammad Reza Ketabchi, Mohammad Khalid, Chantara Thevy Ratnam, Sivakumar
Manickam, Rashmi Walvekar and Md Enamul Hoque
Fibres and Polymers 17(9), 1352-1358, 2016.
Impact factor: 1.022
35. Exceedingly Higher co-loading of Curcumin and Paclitaxel onto Polymer-functionalized
Reduced Graphene Oxide for Highly Potent Synergistic Anticancer Treatment
Kasturi Muthoosamy, Ibrahim Babangida Abubakar, Renu Geetha Bai, Hwei-San Loh and
Sivakumar Manickam
Scientific Reports, Nature Publication 6, 32808, 1-14, 2016.
Impact factor: 5.228
36. Microwave-assisted Extraction of Polysaccharides from Cyphomandra betacea and its
Biological Activities
C. Senthilkumar, M. Sivakumar and K. Ruckmani
International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 92, 682-693, 2016.
Impact factor: 3.138
37. Renu Geetha Bai, Kasturi Muthoosamy, Fiona Natalia Shipton, Alagarsamy Pandikumar,
Perumal Ramesh Kumar, Nay Ming Huang and Sivakumar Manickam
The Biogenic Synthesis of Reduced Graphene Oxide-Silver (RGO-Ag) Nanocomposite and its
Dual Applications as Antibacterial Agent and Cancer Biomarker Sensor
RSC Advances, 6(43), 36576-36587, 2016.
Impact factor: 3.84
Citations Received: 1
38. Surya Sudheer, Wei Keat Yeoh, Sivakumar Manickam and Asgar Ali
Effect of Ozone gas as an Elicitor to enhance the Bioactive compounds in Ganoderma
lucidum
Postharvest Biology and Technology, 117, 81-88, 2016.
Impact factor: 2.223
Citations Received: 1
39. Surya Sudheer, Asgar Ali and Sivakumar Manickam
An investigation of optimal growth requisites for the mycelial growth of Ganoderma lucidum
on oil palm biomass
International Journal of Medicinal Mushrooms, 18(10), 935-943, 2016.
Impact factor: 1.36
40. Ibrahim Alzorqi, Mohammad Reza Ketabchi, Surya Sudheer and Sivakumar Manickam
Optimisation of Ultrasound Induced Emulsification on the Formulation of Palm-Olein based
Nanoemulsions for the Incorporation of Antioxidant -glucan Polysachharides
Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, 31, 71-84, 2016.
Impact factor: 4.556
41. Chee Meng Ng, Kasturi Muthoosamy, Nanthini Sridewi and Manickam Sivakumar
Conjugation of Insulin onto the sidewalls of single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs)
through functionalization and diimide-activated amidation
International Journal of Nanomedicine, 11, 1607-1614, 2016.
Impact factor: 4.383
42. Shridharan Parthasarathy, Rafie Rushdy Mohammed, Chong Mei Fong, Rachel L Gomes and
Sivakumar Manickam
A Novel Hybrid Approach of Activated Carbon and Ultrasound Cavitation for the
Intensification of Palm Oil Mill Effluent (POME) Polishing
Journal of Cleaner Production, 112(1), 1218-1226, 2016.
Impact factor: 3.844
43. Shridharan Parthasarathy, Sivakumar Manickam and Rachel L Gomes
Process Intensification of Anaerobically digested Palm Oil Mill Effluent (AAD-POME)
Treatment Using Combined Chitosan Coagulation and Advanced Oxidation Processes
Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy, 18(1), 219-230, 2016.
Impact Factor: 1.934
Citations Received: 1
44. Curcumin-loaded sterically stabilized Nanodispersion based on non-ionic colloidal system
induced by Ultrasound and Solvent Diffusion-Evaporation
Tan Khang Wei, Siah Ying Tang, Renjan Thomas, Vasanthakumari Neela and Manickam
Sivakumar
Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC Journal), 88(1-2), 43-60, 2016.
Impact factor: 2.49
45. Noosheen Zahid, Mehdi Maqbool, Yasmeen Siddiqui, Sivakumar Manickam and Asgar Ali
Regulation of Inducible Enzymes and Suppression of Anthracnose using Submicron Chitosan
Dispersions
Scientia Horticulturae, 193, 381-388, 2015.
Impact Factor: 1.365
Citations Received: 2
46. T. Joyce Liong, Liang Ee Low, Hui Jiun Teoh, Jit Kai Chin and Sivakumar Manickam
Variation in Performance at Different Positions of an Ultrasonic VialTweeter – A Study based
on various Physical and Chemical activities
Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, 27, 165-170, 2015.
Impact factor: 4.556
47. Liew, Y.X., Chan, Y.J., Show, P.L., Manickam, S and Chong, M.F
Optimization of alkaline lipase production from Burkholderia cepacia through submerged
fermentation
Chemical Engineering Transactions, 45, 1675-1680, 2015.
Impact factor: 1.409
Citations Received: 1
48. Sadia Afreen, Kasturi Muthoosamy, Sivakumar Manickam and Uda Hashim
Functionalized Fullerene (C60) as a potential Nanomediator in the fabrication of highly
sensitive Biosensors
Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 63, 354-364, 2015.
Impact factor: 6.409
Citations Received: 15
49. Sergey Spotar, Manickam Sivakumar, Asad Rahman, Ooi Chel Ghee and Kon Kee Jun
A Revisit to the Separation of a Binary mixture of Ethanol-Water using Ultrasonic Distillation
as a Separation Process
Chemical Engineering Processing: Process Intensification, 87, 45-50, 2015.
Impact factor: 2.071
Citations Received: 1
50. Kasturi Muthoosamy, Renu Geetha Bai, Ibrahim Babangida Abubakar, Surya Mudavasseril
Sudheer, Lim HN, Hwei-San Loh, Huang NM, Chia CH and Sivakumar Manickam
Exceedingly biocompatible and thin-layered reduced graphene oxide nanosheets using an
eco-friendly mushroom extract strategy
International Journal of Nanomedicine, 10, 1505-1519, 2015.
Impact factor: 4.383
Citations Received: 6
51. Ibrahim Alzorqi and Sivakumar Manickam
Effects of Axial Circulation and Dispersion Geometry on the Scale-up of Ultrasonic Extraction
of Polysaccharides
American Institute of Chemical Engineering Journal (AIChEJ), 61(5), 1483-1491, 2015.
Impact factor: 2.748
Citations Received: 2
52. Kasturi Muthoosamy, Renu Geetha Bai and Sivakumar Manickam
Graphene and Graphene Oxide as a Docking station for Modern Drug Delivery System
Current Drug Delivery, 11(6), 701-718, 2014.
Impact factor: 1.478
Citations Received: 6
53. Maysoun A. Mustafa, Asgar Ali and Manickam Sivakumar and Yasmeen Siddiqui
Ultrasound assisted Chitosan-surfactant nanostructure assemblies: Towards maintaining
Postharvest quality of tomatoes
Food and Bioprocess Technology, 7(7), 2102-2111, 2014.
Impact factor: 4.12
Citations Received: 2
54. Sivakumar Manickam , Venkata Narasimha Arigela and Parag R Gogate
Intensification of Synthesis of Biodiesel from Palm Oil using Multiple Frequency Ultrasonic
Flow Cell
Fuel Processing Technology, 128, 388-393, 2014.
Impact factor: 2.82
Citations Received: 9
55. Sivakumar Manickam, Siah Ying Tang and Tan Khang Wei
Cavitation Technology – A Greener Processing Technique for the Generation of
Pharmaceutical Nanoemulsions
Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, 21(6), 2069-2083, 2014.
Impact factor: 3.52
Citations Received: 19
56. Manickam Sivakumar, Norhaida Binti Zainal Abidin, Shridharan Parthasarathy, Ibrahim
Alzorqi, Ng Ern Huay, Timm Joyce Tiong, Rachel Gomes and Asgar Ali
Role of H2O2 in the Fluctuating Patterns of COD (Chemical Oxygen Demand) of Palm Oil Mill
Effluent (POME) Treatment Using Pilot Scale Triple Frequency Ultrasound Cavitation Reactor
Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, 21(4), 1519-1526, 2014.
Impact factor: 3.52
Citations Received: 5
57. Noosheen Zahid, Asgar Ali, Sivakumar Manickam, Yasmeen Siddiqui, Peter G. Alderson and
Mehdi Maqbool
Efficacy of curative applications of submicron chitosan dispersions on anthracnose intensity
and vegetative growth of dragon fruit plants
Crop Protection, 62, 129-134, 2014.
Impact factor: 1.30
Citations Received: 5
58. Asgar Ali, Noosheen Zahid, Sivakumar Manickam, Yasmeen Siddiqui, Peter G. Alderson and
Mehdi Maqbool
Induction of Lignin and Pathogenesis related proteins in dragon fruit plants in response to
submicron chitosan dispersions
Crop Protection, 63, 83-88, 2014.
Impact factor: 1.30
Citations Received: 6
59. Tariq Mahmood, Naveed Akhtar and Manickam Sivakumar
Interfacial film stabilized w/o/w nano multiple emulsions loaded with green tea and lotus
extracts: systematic characterization of physicochemical properties and shelf-storage
stability
Journal of Nanobiotechnology, 12(1), 20, 1-8, 2014.
Impact factor: 3.87
Citations Received: 8
60. Asgar Ali, Noosheen Zahid, Manickam Sivakumar, Siddiqui Yasmeen and Peter Alderson
Double-layer coatings: A new technique for maintaining physico-chemical characteristics and
anti-oxidant properties of Dragon fruit during storage
Food and Bioprocess Technology, 7(8), 2366-2374, 2014.
Impact factor: 4.12
Citations Received: 2
61. Using Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA) to decipher mucoadhesion propensity of
Curcumin containing Chitosan nanoparticles and curcumin release
Lay Hong Chuah, Clive Roberts, Nashiru Billa, Syahril Abdullah, Rozita Rosli, and Sivakumar
Manickam
Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology, 35(9), 1201-1207, 2014.
Impact factor: 0.61
Citations Received: 2
62. Noosheen Zahid, Asgar Ali, Peter G Alderson, Mehdi Maqbool and Manickam Sivakumar
Dual mode of action of ethanolic extract of propolis (EEP) for the control of postharvest
anthracnose in dragon fruits
Acta Horticulturae, 1012, 711-717, 2013.
Impact factor: Not Known
Citations Received: 1
63. Noosheen Zahid, Peter G Alderson, Asgar Ali, Mehdi Maqbool and Manickam Sivakumar
In-vitro control of Colletotrichum gloeosporioides by using Chitosan loaded nanoemulsions
Acta Horticulturae, 1012, 769-774, 2013.
Impact factor: Not Known
64. Maysoun A Mustafa, Asgar Ali and Manickam Sivakumar
Application of a Chitosan based nanoparticle formulation as an edible coating for tomatoes
(Solanum lycoperiscum L.)
Acta Horticulturae, 1012, 445-452, 2013.
Impact factor: Not Known
65. Shridharan Parthasarathy, Tang Siah Ying and Sivakumar Manickam
Generation and optimization of palm oil-based oil-in-water (O/W) Submicron emulsions and
encapsulation of curcumin using liquid whistle hydrodynamic cavitation reactor (LWHCR)
Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 52(34), 11829-11837, 2013.
Impact factor: 2.22
Citations Received: 10
66. Tamoxifen-loaded Nanostructured lipid carrier as drug delivery system: Characterisation,
Stability Assessment, and Cytotoxicity
How Chee Wun, Rasedee Abdullah, Manickam Sivakumar and Rozita Rosli
Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 112, 393-399, 2013.
Impact factor: 3.56
Citations Received: 12
67. Effectiveness of submicron chitosan dispersion in controlling anthracnose and maintaining
quality of dragon fruit
Asgar Ali, Noosheen Zahid, Manickam Sivakumar, Siddiqui Yasmeen, and M. Maqbool
Postharvest Biology and Technology, 86, 147-153, 2013.
Impact factor: 2.46
Citations Received: 10
68. Impact of Process Parameters in the Generation of Novel Aspirin Nanoemulsions –
Comparative studies between Ultrasound Cavitation and Microfluidiser
Siah Ying Tang, Shridharan Parthasarathy and Manickam Sivakumar
Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, 20(1), 485-497, 2013.
Impact factor: 3.52
Citations Received: 40
69. A Novel and Facile Liquid Whistle Hydrodynamic Cavitation Reactor to Produce Submicron
Multiple Emulsions
Siah Ying Tang and Sivakumar Manickam
American Institute of Chemical Engineering Journal (AIChEJ), 59(1), 155-167, 2013.
Impact factor: 2.5
Citations Received: 12
70. Improved Functionalisation and Recovery of Carboxylated Carbon Nanotubes using the
Acoustic Cavitation approach
Chee Meng Ng and Manickam Sivakumar
Chemical Physics Letters, 557, 97-101, 2013.
Impact factor: 2.16
Citations Received: 5
71. Impact of Osmotic Pressure and Gelling in the generation of highly stable Single Core Waterin-
Oil-in-Water (W/O/W) Nano Multiple Emulsions of Aspirin assisted by Two-stage
Ultrasonic Cavitational Emulsification
Siah Ying Tang, Manickam Sivakumar and Nashiru Billa
Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 102, 653-658, 2013.
Impact factor: 3.56
Citations Received: 11
72. Mechanistic investigation of the Sonochemical synthesis of Zinc Ferrite
Hanif A. Choudhury, Amit Choudhary, Manickam Sivakumar and Vijayanand Moholkar
Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, 20(1), 294-302, 2013.
Impact factor: 3.52
Citations Received: 26
73. Copper (II) ion removal from aqueous solutions using biosorption technology –
Thermodynamic and SEM-EDX studies
X. W. Ang, V. S. Sethu, J. M. Andresen and M. Sivakumar
Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy, 15, 401-407, 2013.
Impact factor: 1.84
Citations Received: 13
74. Curcumin-containing Chitosan nanoparticles as a potential Mucoadhesive delivery system to
the colon
Lay Hong Chuah, Clive Roberts, Jonathan Burley, Manickam Sivakumar and Nashiru Billa
Pharmaceutical Development & Technology, 2013, May-June, 18(3), 591-9.
Impact factor: 1.34
Citations Received: 11
75. Ultrasonic Cavitation induced Water in Vegetable oil Emulsion droplets - A Simple and Easy
Technique to Synthesize Manganese Zinc Ferrite Nanocrystals with improved magnetisation
Manickam Sivakumar, Atsuya Towata, Kyuichi Yasui, Toru Tuziuti, T. Kozuka, Yasuo Iida,
Michail M. Maiorov, Elmars Blums, Neelagesi Sivakumar and M. Ashok
Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, 19(3), 652-658, 2012.
Impact factor: 3.52
Citations Received: 15
76. Potential of Chitosan loaded Nanoemulsions to control different Colletotrichum spp. and
maintain quality of tropical fruits during cold storage
Noosheen Zahid, Asgar Ali, Manickam Sivakumar and Siddiqui Yasmeen and M. Maqbool
Journal of Applied Microbiology, 113(4), 925-939, 2012.
Impact factor: 2.21
Citations Received: 17
77. Anti-inflammatory and Analgesic activity of novel oral Aspirin-loaded Nanoemulsion and
Nano multiple emulsion formulations generated using Ultrasound Cavitation
Siah Ying Tang, Sivakumar Manickam, Angela Min-Hwei Ng and Parthasarathy Shridharan
International Journal of Pharmaceutics 430, 299-306, 2012.
Impact factor: 3.47
Citations Received: 24
78. Green High-Gravitational Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles using a Rotating Packed Bed
Reactor (RPBR)
Chee Meng Ng, Pao Chi Chen and Sivakumar Manickam
Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research 51 (15), 5375-5381, 2012.
Impact factor: 2.22
Citations Received: 15
79. Formulation Development and Optimization of a Novel Cremophore EL-based Nanoemulsion
using Ultrasound Cavitation
Siah Ying Tang, Manickam Sivakumar, Tan Khang Wei and Nashiru Billa
Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, 19(2), 330-45 (2012).
Impact factor: 3.52
Citations Received: 51
80. Response Surface Methodology, an Effective Strategy in the Optimisation of the generation
of Curcumin-loaded Micelles
Tan Khang Wei and Manickam Sivakumar
Asia-Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering, 7(S1), S125-S133, 2012.
Impact factor: 0.81
Citations Received: 2
81. Design and Evaluation of Aspirin-loaded Water-in-Oil-Water Nano Multiple Emulsions
prepared using Two-step Ultrasonic Cavitational Emulsification Technique
Siah Ying Tang and Manickam Sivakumar
Asia-Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering 7(S1), S145-S156, 2012.
Impact factor: 0.81
Citations Received: 10
82. Stabilisation of Folic acid in liquid dosage form: Formulation development, method
validation and comparative analysis
Vignesh M, Sivakumar, M, Parkavi V, Selvakumar K and Joysa Ruby J
International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Chemical Sciences, 1(1), 332-338, 2012.
Impact factor: Not Known
83. Hydrothermal crystallization of Titania on Silver nucleation sites for the synthesis of visible
light nanophotocatalysts – Enhanced photoactivity using Rhodamine 6G
Chee Meng Ng, Pao Chi Chen and Manickam Sivakumar
Applied Catalysis A: General, 433-434, 75-80, 2012.
Impact factor: 3.42
Citations Received: 6
84. Efficient indoles and anilines syntheses employing tert-butyl sulfinamide as ammonia
surrogate
Prakash Anjanappa, Dibakar Mullick, Kumaravel Selvakumar, Kandasamy Ruckmani and
Manickam Sivakumar
Tetrahedron Letters, 52(43), 5625-5628(2011).
Impact factor: 2.41
Citations Received: 11
85. Effect of homogenization and ultrasonication on curcumin containing nanoparticles
Chuah, LH, Billa N and Manickam Sivakumar
Journal of Industrial Technology, 20(1), 1-11 (2011).
Impact factor: Not Known
86. 2-(Trimethylsilyl)ethanol as a new alcohol equivalent for copper-catalyzed coupling of aryl
iodides
Dibakar Mullick, Prakash Anjanappa, Kumaravel Selvakumar, Kandasamy Ruckmani and
Manickam Sivakumar
Tetrahedron Letters, 52(41), 5338-5341 (2011).
Impact factor: 2.41
Citations Received: 4
87. Dependence of sonochemical parameters on the platinization of rutile titania and their
photocatalytic efficiencies
Manickam Sivakumar,* Kyuichi Yasui, Toru Tuziuti, Atsuya Towata and Yasuo Iida
Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, 17, 621-627 (2010).
Impact factor: 3.52
Citations Received: 12
88. Physical facets of Ultrasonic cavitational synthesis of Zinc ferrite particles
Bhaskar Rao Reddy, Thirugnanasambandam Sivasankar, Manickam Sivakumar and
Vijayanand Moholkar
Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, 17, 416-426 (2010).
Impact factor: 3.52
Citations Received: 40
89. Tissue distribution, Pharmacokinetics, and Stability studies of Zidovudine delivered by
Niosomes and Proniosomes
Ruckmani K, Sankar M and Sivakumar M
Journal of Biomedical Nanotechnology, 6(1), 43-51 (2010).
Impact factor: 5.27
Citations Received: 19
90. Carbamic acid 2-trimethylsilylethyl ester as new ammonia equivalent for palladium catalyzed
amination of aryl halides
Dibakar Mullick, Prakash Anjanappa, Kumaravel Selvakumar, Kandasamy Ruckmani and
Manickam Sivakumar
Tetrahedron letters, 51(46), 5984-5987 (2010).
Impact factor: 2.41
Citations Received: 7
91. Fabrication of Nanosized Pt on rutile TiO2 using a standing wave sonochemical reactor
(SWSR) – Observation of an enhanced catalytic oxidation of CO
Manickam Sivakumar, Atsuya Towata, Kyuichi Yasui, Toru Tuziuti, Teruyuki Kozuka, Masahiko
Tsujimoto, Ziyi Zhong and Yasuo Iida
Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, 17, 213-218 (2010).
Impact factor: 3.52
Citations Received: 11
92. A Novel Formulation and Optimisation of Aspirin Nanoemulsion prepared by Cavitation
induced by ultrasonic waves
Siah Ying Tang and Manickam Sivakumar
Journal of Industrial Technology, 19(1), 179-196 (2010).
Impact factor: Not Known
93. 2-(Trimethylsilyl)ethanesulfonyl amide as new ammonia equivalent for palladium catalyzed
amination of aryl halides
Prakash Anjanappa, Dibakar Mullick, Kumaravel Selvakumar and Manickam Sivakumar
Tetrahedron letters, 49(31), 4585-4587 (2008).
Impact factor: 2.41
Citations Received: 12
94. Synthesis of europium-doped yttrium hydroxide and yttrium oxide nanosheets
Atsuya Towata, Manickam Sivakumar, Kyuichi Yasui, Toru Tuziuti, Teruyuki Kozuka and Yasuo
Iida
Journal of Materials Science, 43(4), 1214-1219, 2008.
Impact factor: 2.17
Citations Received: 16
95. Nanoparticular Drug Delivery System of Cytarabine Hydrochloride (CTH) for Improved
Treatment of Lymphoma
K. Ruckmani, M. Sivakumar and S. Satheesh kumar
Journal of Biomedical Nanotechnology, 3, 1-7, 2007.
Impact factor: 5.27
Citations Received: 2
96. Ultrasound induced formation of Paraffin Emulsion droplets as template for the preparation
of porous zirconia
Atsuya Towata, Manickam Sivakumar, Kyuichi Yasui, Toru Tuziuti, Teruyuki Kozuka and Yasuo
Iida
Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, 14(6), 705-710, 2007.
Impact factor: 3.52
Citations Received: 9
97. Acoustic Cavitation – An Efficient tool to synthesize Nanosized CuO-ZrO2 Catalysts with
Mesoporous distribution
M.Sivakumar and A. Gedanken
New Journal of Chemistry, 30(1), 102-107 (2006).
Impact factor: 2.98
Citations Received: 17
98. Fabrication of Zinc Ferrite Nanocrystals by Sonochemical activation - Observation of
Magnetization and its relaxation at low temperature
M.Sivakumar, Tsuyoshi Takami, Hiroshi Ikuta, Dipten Bhattacharya, KyuichiYasui, Atsuya
Towata, Toru Tuziuti and Yasuo Iida
Journal of Physical Chemistry. B. 110(31), 15234-15243 (2006).
Impact factor: 3.62
Citations Received: 61
99. Manickam Sivakumar, Atsuya Towata, Kyuichi Yasui, Toru Tuziuti and Yasuo Iida
Ultrasonic Cavitational Activation: A Simple and Feasible route for the direct conversion of
zinc acetate to highly monodispersed ZnO
Chemistry Letters, 35 (1), 60 (2006).
Impact factor: 1.6
Citations Received: 11
100. R. Mazumder, S. Ghosh, P. Mondal, Dipten Bhattacharya, S. Dasgupta, N. Das, and A. Sen,
A.K.Tyagi, M. Sivakumar, T. Takami and H. Ikuta
Particle size dependence of magnetization and phase transition near TN in multiferroic
BiFeO3
Journal of Applied Physics, 100, 033908 (2006).
Impact factor: 2.22
Citations Received: 64
101. K. Ruckmani, M. Sivakumar and P.A. Ganeshkumar
Methotrexate loaded Solid Lipid Nanoparticles (SLN) for effective treatment of carcinoma
Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 6(8), 1-5, 2006.
Impact factor: 1.16
Citations Received: 49
102. M.Sivakumar, K.Yasui, A. Towata, T. Tuziuti and Y.Iida
A New Ultrasonic Cavitation approach for the Synthesis of Zinc Ferrite Nanocrystals
Current Applied Physics, 6(3) 591 (2006).
Impact factor: 1.82
Citations Received: 39
103. T. Tuziuti, K.Yasui, M.Sivakumar and Y.Iida
Influence of dissolved-air concentration on spatial distribution of bubbles for sonochemistry
Ultrasonics, 44, e357 (2006).
Impact factor: 2.04
Citations Received: 13
104. M.Sivakumar and A. Gedanken
A Sonochemical method for the synthesis of Polyaniline and Au-polyaniline composites using
H2O2 for enhancing rate and yield
Synthetic Metals, 148(3), 301 (2005).
Impact factor: 2.12
Citations Received: 41
105. Y.Iida, K.Yasui, T.Tuziuti and M.Sivakumar
Sonochemistry and its Dosimetry
Microchemical Journal 80, 159 (2005).
Impact factor: 2.89
Citations Received: 66
106. K.Yasui, T.Tuziuti, M.Sivakumar and Y.Iida
Theoretical study of Single-bubble Sonochemistry
Journal of Chemical Physics, 122, 224706 (2005).
Impact factor: 3.164
Citations Received: 58
107. Toru.Tuziuti, KyuichiYasui, Yasuo Iida and Manickam Sivakumar
Correlation between Acoustic Cavitation Noise and Yield enhancement of Sonochemical
reaction by particle addition
Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 109(21), 4869 (2005).
Impact factor: 2.78
Citations Received: 93
108. Manickam Sivakumar, Katsuro Tachibana, Aniruddha B. Pandit, Kyuichi Yasui, Toru Tuziuti,
Atsuya Towata and Yasuo Iida
Transdermal Drug Delivery using Ultrasound – Theory, Understanding and a Critical Analysis
Cellular and Molecular Biology, 51, OL 767 (2005).
Impact factor: 1.47
Citations Received: 13
109. Yasuo Iida, Atsuya Towata and Manickam Sivakumar
超音波エマルションを利用した機能性無機微粒子の新規合成法
(New Synthesis
process of inorganic functional nano powders using W/O sono-emulsion
Material Integration (
マテリアル インテグレーション
), 18 (3), 3-6 (2005) (In Japanese).
Impact factor: Not Known
110. A.Towata, M.Sivakumar, K.Yasui, T.Tuziuti, T.Kozuka and Y.Iida
酵母をバイオテンプレートとして用いたアルミナ多孔質材料の作製
(Synthesis of
alumina macroporous materials using yeast cells as biotemplates)
Journal of the Ceramic Society of Japan (
日本セラミックス協会学術論文誌
), 113, 696
(2005) (In Japanese).
Impact factor: Not Known
Citations Received: 1
111. A.Towata, M.Sivakumar, K.Yasui, T.Tuziuti and Y.Iida
酵母をテンプレートとして利用したジルコニア中空粒子の作製
粉体工学会誌
(
粉体工学会
), J. Soc. Powder Technolo., Japan, 42(10), 701-707 (2005 (In
Japanese).
Impact factor: Not Known
112. A.Towata, M.Sivakumar, K.Yasui, T.Tuziuti, T.Kozuka, K.Ohta and Y.Iida
Fabrication of bimodal (meso/macro) porous alumina materials using yeast cells as
templates
E-Journal of Surface Science and Nanotechnology, 3, 405-411 (2005).
Impact factor: Not Known
Citations Received: 5
113. M.Sivakumar, A. Gedanken, W. Zhong, H.Y.Jiang, Y.W. Du, D.Bhattacharya, I.Brukental,
Y.Yeshurun and A.Felner
Distinctive and Multiadvantageous Sonochemical method for the synthesis of
Nanocrystalline Rare Earth Ferrites using a Novel Fe(CO)5 precursor
Chemistry of Materials, 16, 3623-32 (2004).
Impact factor: 8.25
Citations Received: 35
114. M.Sivakumar, A. Gedanken, W. Zhong, Y.W. Du and A.Felner
Sonochemical Synthesis of Nanocrystalline LaFeO3
Journal of Materials Chemistry, 14(4), 764-769 (2004).
Impact factor: 5.98
Citations Received: 64
115. M.Sivakumar, A. Gedanken, W. Zhong, Y.W. Du, D.Bhattacharya, Y.Yeshurun and A.Felner
Nanophase Formation of Strontium Hexaferrite Fine Powder by the Sonochemical method
using Fe(CO)5
Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 268 (1-2), 95-104 (2004).
Impact factor: 1.84
Citations Received: 64
116. M.Sivakumar, Y.Iida, K.Yasui and T.Tuziuti
Preparation of nanosized TiO2 supported on Activated alumina by a Sonochemical method –
Observation of an increased Photocatalytic Decolourisation efficiency
Research on Chemical Intermediates, 7(8), 785 (2004)
Impact factor: 0.89
Citations Received: 4
117. Y.Iida, K.Yasui, T.Tuziuti, M.Sivakumar and Y.Endo
Ultrasonic Cavitation in microspace (Appeared as a Hot Paper)
Chemical Communications, 2280 (2004)
Impact factor: 6.39
Citations Received: 20
118. Toru.Tuziuti, KyuichiYasui, Yasuo Iida, Manickam Sivakumar and Shinobu Koda
Laser-Light Scattering from a Multibubble system for Sonochemistry
Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 108, 9011 (2004).
Impact factor: 2.78
Citations Received: 13
119. P.R. Gogate, M.Sivakumar and Aniruddha B.Pandit
Destruction of Rhodamine B using novel sonochemical reactor with capacity of 7.5 L.
Separation and Purification Technology, 34(1-3), 13-24 (2004).
Impact factor: 2.9
Citations Received: 30
120. M.Sivakumar and A. Gedanken
Insights into the Sonochemical Decomposition of Fe(CO)5 : Theoretical and Experimental
understanding of the role of Molar Concentration and Power Density on the Reaction Yield
Ultrasonics Sonochemistry 11(6), 373-378 (2004).
Impact factor: 3.52
Citations Received: 26
121. T.Tuziuti, K.Yasui, Y.Iida and M.Sivakumar
Correlation in Spatial Intensity Distribution between volumetric bubbles Oscillation and
Sonoluminescence in a Multibubble system
Research on Chemical Intermediates, 7(8), 755 (2004).
Impact factor: 0.89
Citations Received: 12
122. K.Yasui, T.Tuziuti, M.Sivakumar and Y.Iida
Sonoluminescence
Applied Spectroscopy Reviews, 39(3), 399-436 (2004).
Impact factor: 2.93
Citations Received: 40
123. Y. Iida, K.Yasui, T.Tuziuti, T. Kozuka, A. Towata and M.Sivakumar
Raman spectra database of minerals and inorganic materials on the web
Science Access, ICORS, 2(1), 538-539 (2004).
Impact factor: Not Known
124. M.Sivakumar, P.Senthilkumar, Sukti Majumdar and A.B.Pandit
Ultrasound mediated Alkaline Hydrolysis of Methyl Benzoate : Reinvestigation with crucial
parameters
Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, 9(1), 25-30 (2002).
Impact factor: 3.52
Citations Received: 14
125. M.Sivakumar, P.A.Tatake and A.B.Pandit
Kinetics of p-Nitrophenol degradation: Effect of Reaction conditions and Cavitational
parameters for a Multiple Frequency system.
Chemical Engineering Journal, 85 (2-3), 327-338 (2002).
Impact factor: 3.49
Citations Received: 112
126. M.Sivakumar and A.B.Pandit
Wastewater Treatment: A novel energy efficient Hydrodynamic Cavitational technique
Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, 9(3), 123-131 (2002).
Impact factor: 3.52
Citations Received: 116
127. M.Sivakumar and A.B.Pandit
Ultrasound Enhanced Degradation of Rhodamine B:Optimisation with Power Density
Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, 8 (3), 233-240 (2001).
Impact factor: 3.52
Citations Received: 161
128. M.Sivakumar, P.SenthilKumar and A.B.Pandit
Ultrasound Enhanced PTC Conversion of Benzamide to Benzonitrile
Synthetic Communications, 31 (17), 2583-2587 (2001).
Impact factor: 1.08
Citations Received: 5
129. Parag R.Gogate, Shirgaonkar, I.Z., M.Sivakumar, P.SenthilKumar and Aniruddha.B.Pandit
Cavitation Reactors : Efficiency assessment using a model reaction
American Institute of Chemical Engineering Journal (AIChEJ), 47 (11), 2526-2538 (2001).
Impact factor: 2.5
Citations Received: 146
130. P.SenthilKumar, M.Sivakumar and A.B.Pandit
Experimental Quantification of Chemical Effects of Hydrodynamic Cavitation
Chemical Engineering Science, 55, 1633-39 (2000).
Impact factor: 2.41
Citations Received: 103
131. A.B.Pandit, P.SenthilKumar and M.Sivakumar
Improve Reactions with Hydrodynamic Cavitation
Chemical Engineering Progress, 33 (May 1999).
Impact factor: 0.73
Citations Received: 14

Jonas G. Croissant, PhD

Research Assistant Professor Chemical & Biological Engineering University of New Mexico (UNM) Albuquerque, NM 87131, USA
EDUCATION
• Ph.D. Chemical Engineering National School of Chemistry Montpellier 2014
GPA Equivalent 4.0/4.0 Montpellier, France
• M.S. Chemical Engineering University of Montpellier 2011
GPA Equivalent 4.0/4.0 Montpellier, France
• B.S. Chemistry University of Montpellier 2009
Montpellier, France
• Sol-gel design of porous and non-porous organosilica nanomaterials: mesoporous silica, periodic mesoporous organosilica, bridged silsesquioxane NPs, and colloidosomes.
• Biodegradable nanomaterials.
• Nanomedicine: imaging, drug delivery, photothermal and photodynamic therapies.
• Two-photon-sensitive nanotheranostic elaboration.
AWARDS & HONORS
• Materials Horizons Outstanding Reviewer, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2017
Top 10 reviewers for the journal (IF:10.7) in the world based on the number, timeliness and quality of the reports.
• Ph.D. Thesis Prize Languedoc-Roussillon French Society of Chemistry, 2015
• Ph.D. Thesis Prize TOTAL©/Balard Chemistry Foundation, 2015
Best Ph.D. thesis in Chemistry (all disciples included) among various southern universities (~200 students).
• First Prize of Oral Presentation French Society of Chemistry, 2013
1st Young Researcher's Mediterranean Workshop, Montpellier, France.
• Mobility and Excellency Scholarship Balard Chemistry Foundation, 2011
• Mobility and Excellency Scholarship University of Montpellier, 2011
• Merit Scholarships French Government 2009, 2010, 2011
Top of the year in B.S. and M.S. (1st rank over 30 students). Best Master Thesis
PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS (†Equal contribution)
Overview in numbers: 37 peer-reviewed publications in international journals including 21 first-author articles, 8 corresponding author articles, 5 review articles, and two invited book chapters. Research career: 2011-2018; h-index 20; 1100+ citations (Google Scholar).
37. B. T. Vu, S. A. Shahin, J. G. Croissant, Y. Fatieviev, K. Matsumoto, T. L. Hoang Doan, T. Yik, A. Conteras, L. Ratliff, C. Mauriello Jimenez, L. Raehm, N. M. Khashab, J-O. Durand, C. Glackin and F. Tamanoi,* “Chick chorioallantoic membrane assay as an in vivo model to study the effect of nanoparticle-based anticancer drugs in ovarian cancer,” Sci. Rep., 2018, just accepted. Article level metrics = 105 (12 online news outlets), top 3 % of 137,257 tracked articles of a similar age in all journals.
36. C. Mauriello-Jimenez,† D. Aggad,† J. G. Croissant, K. Tresfield, D. Laurencin, D. Berthomieu, N. Cubedo, M. Rossel, S. Alsaiari, D. H. Anjum, R. Sougrat, M. A. Roldan-Gutierrez, S. Richeter, E. Oliviero, L. Raehm, C. Charnay, X. Cattoën, S. Clément, M. Wong Chi Man, M. Maynadier, V. Chaleix, V. Sol, M. Garcia, M. Gary-Bobo, N. M. Khashab, N. Bettache,* J-O. Durand,* “Porous Porphyrin-Based Organosilica Nanoparticles for NIR Two-Photon Photodynamic Therapy and Gene Delivery in Zebrafish,” Adv. Funct. Mater., 2018, 1800235. Selected for a Frontpiece Cover.
35. Y. Fu, Y-B. Jiang,* D. Dunphy, H. Xiong, E. Coker, S. Chou, H. Zhang, J. M. Vanegas, J. G. Croissant, J. L. Cecchi, S. B Rempe, C. J. Brinker, “Ultra-thin enzymatic liquid membrane for CO2 separation and capture,” Nat. Comm., 2018, 9, 990. Article level metrics = 83 (9 online news outlets), top 4 % of 204,379 articles tracked. Highlighted in Nature Energy.
34. J. G. Croissant,* J. I. Zink, L. Raehm, J-O. Durand, “Two-Photon-Excited Silica and Organosilica Nanoparticles for Spatiotemporal Cancer Treatment,” Adv. Health. Mater., 2018, just accepted. Press Release from the French National Center for Scientific Research. Selected in Wiley Hot Topics 03/18. Selected for the journal Back Cover.
33. J. G. Croissant, Y. Fatieiev, A. Almalik, N. M. Khashab,* “Mesoporous Silica and Organosilica Nanoparticles: Physical Chemistry, Biosafety, Delivery Strategies, and Biomedical Applications,” Adv. Health. Mater., 2018, adhm.201700831. Selected in Wiley Hot Topics 12/17. 2nd Most read and downloaded article in March 2018.
32. D. Aggad, C. Mauriello Jimenez, S. Dib, J. G. Croissant, L. Lichon, D. Laurencin, S. Richeter, M. Maynadier, S. K. Alsaiari, M. Boufatit, L. Raehm, M. Garcia, N. M. Khashab, M. Gary-Bobo,* J-O. Durand,* “Gemcitabine Delivery and Photodynamic Therapy in Cancer Cells via Porphyrin-Ethylene-Based Periodic Mesoporous Organosilica Nanoparticles,” ChemNanoMat, 2018, 4, 46.
31. K. Alamoudi, P. Martins, J. G. Croissant, S. Patil, H. Omar, N. M. Khashab,* “Thermo-Responsive Pegylated Bubble Liposome Nanovectors for Efficient siRNA Delivery via Endosomal Escape,” Nanomedicine., 2017, 12, 1421.
30. S. Alsaiari, M. Amen Hammami, J. G. Croissant, H. W. Omar, P. Neelakanda, T. Yapici, K.-V. Peinemann, N. M. Khashab,* “Colloidal Gold Nanoclusters Spiked Silica Fillers in Mixed Matrix Coatings: Simultaneous Detection and Inhibition of Healthcare-Associated Infections,” Adv. Health. Mater., 2017, 6, 1601135. Selected as Inside Front Cover. Article level metrics = 27 (3 online news outlets), top 5 % of 8.2 million articles tracked by Altmetric.
29. Y. Fatieiev, J. G. Croissant, K. Alamoudi, N. M. Khashab,* “Cellular Internalization and Biocompatibility of Periodic Mesoporous Organosilica Nanoparticles with Tunable Morphologies: from Nanospheres to Nanowires,” ChemPlusChem, 2017, 9, 1737. Selected in Wiley Hot Topics 02/17.
28. J. G. Croissant, Y. Fatieiev, N. M. Khashab,* “Degradability and Clearance of Silicon, Organosilica, Silsesquioxane, Silica Mixed Oxide, and Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles,” Adv. Mater., 2017, 29, 1604634. Selected as Front Cover. 65 citations (Google Scholar).
27. M. Amen Hammami, J. G. Croissant, L. Francis, N. Ghaffour, S. Alsaiari, N. M. Khashab,* “Engineering Hydrophobic Organosilica Doped Nanofibers for Enhanced and Fouling Resistant Membrane Distillation,” ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 2017, 9, 1737.
26. J. G. Croissant,* X. Cattoën, J-O. Durand, M. Wong Chi Man, N. M. Khashab,* “Organosilica Hybrid Nanomaterials with a High Organic Content: Syntheses and Applications of Silsesquioxanes,” Nanoscale, 2016, 8, 19945.

25. H. Omar, J. G. Croissant, L. Deng, K. Alamoudi, S. Alsaiari, R. Laamarti, D. H. Anjum, P. Martins, B. Moosa, N. M. Khashab,* “Biodegradable Magnetic Silica@Iron Oxide Nanovectors with Ultra-Large Mesopores for High Protein Loading, Magnetothermal Release, and Delivery,” J. Control. Rel., 2016, 8, 19945. Selected for an Audioslide.
24. C. Mauriello-Jimenez, Y. Galàn Rubio, N. Knezevic, S. Szunerits, K. Manakamana, O. Hocine, J. G. Croissant, M. Seric, L. Raehm, V. Stojanovic, M. Maynadier, M. Garcia, M. Gary-Bobo,* J-O. Durand,* “Nanodiamond–PMO for Two-Photon PDT and Drug Delivery,” J. Mater. Chem. B, 2016, 4, 5803.
23. J. G. Croissant,† S. Picard,† M. Maynadier, O. Mongin, V. Hugues, C. Mauriello, M. Klausen, E. Genin, X. Cattoën, M. Wong Chi Man, L. Raehm, M. Garcia, M. Gary-Bobo,* M. Blanchard-Desce,* J-O. Durand,* “Fluorescent Periodic Mesoporous Organosilica Nanoparticles Dual-Functionalized via Click Chemistry for Two-Photon Photodynamic Therapy in Cells,” J. Mater. Chem. B, 2016, 4, 5567.
22. J. G. Croissant, Y. Fatieiev, K. Julfakyan, J. Lu, A-H. Emwas, D. H. Anjum, H. Omar, F. Tamanoi, J. I. Zink, N. M. Khashab,* “Biodegradable Oxamide-Phenylene-Based Mesoporous Organosilica Nanoparticles with Unprecedented Drug Payloads for Delivery in Cells,” Chem. Eur. J., 2016, 22, 14806. Selected as Frontpiece. Highlighted in atlasofscience.org.
21. J. G. Croissant, Y. Fatieiev, H. Omar, D. H. Anjum, A. Gurinov, J. Lu, F. Tamanoi, J. I. Zink,* N. M. Khashab,* “Periodic Mesoporous Organosilica Nanoparticles with Controlled Morphologies and High Drug/Dye Loadings for Multi-Cargo Delivery in Cancer Cells,” Chem. Eur. J., 2016, 22, 9607.
20. J. G. Croissant, D. Zhang, J. Lu, L. Deng, A. Mashat, L. Hu, F. Tamanoi, J. I. Zink, N. M. Khashab,* “Protein-Gold Clusters-Capped Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles for High Drug Loading, Autonomous Gemcitabine/Doxorubicin Co-Delivery, and In-Vivo Tumor Imaging,” J. Control. Rel., 2016, 229, 183. Highlighted in Nature Middle East.
19. J. G. Croissant,* C. Qi, M. Maynadier, X. Cattoën, M. Wong Chi Man, L. Raehm, O. Mongin, M. Blanchard-Desce, M. Garcia, M. Gary-Bobo,* J-O. Durand,* “Multifunctional Gold-Mesoporous Silica Nanocomposites for Enhanced Two-Photon Imaging and Therapy of Cancer Cells,” Front. Mol. Biosci., 2016, 3, 1.
18. J. G. Croissant,* X. Cattoën, M. Wong Chi Man, J-O. Durand,* N. M. Khashab,* “Synthesis and Applications of Periodic Mesoporous Organosilica Nanoparticles,” Nanoscale, 2015, 7, 20318. 70 citations (Google Scholar).
17. Y. Fatieiev,† J. G. Croissant,† S. Alsaiari, B. A. Moosa, N. M. Khashab,* “Bridged Silsesquioxane Nanoparticles with Tunable Morphologies for Light-Triggered DNA Delivery,” ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 2015, 7, 24993. Selected as Front Cover.
16. Y. Fatieiev, J. G. Croissant, K. Julfakyan, L. Deng, D. H. Anjum, N. M. Khashab,* “Enzymatically Degradable Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Bridged Silsesquioxane Nanoparticles for In-Vitro Imaging,” Nanoscale, 2015, 7, 15007. Selected as Front Cover.
15. J. Croissant, C. Qi, O. Mongin,* V. Hugues, M. Blanchard-Desce, L. Raehm, X. Cattoën, M. Wong Chi Man, M. Maynadier, M. Garcia, M. Gary-Bobo, J. I. Zink,* J-O. Durand,* “Disulfide-Gated Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles Designed for Two-Photon-Triggered Drug Release and Imaging,” J. Mater. Chem. B, 2015, 3, 6456.
14. J. Croissant,† C. Mauriello-Jimenez,† X. Cattoën, M. Wong Chi Man, L. Raehm, M. Maynadier, M. Gary-Bobo, M. Garcia, P. Maillard, J-O. Durand,* “Synthesis of Disulfide-Based Biodegradable
Bridged Silsesquioxane Nanoparticles for Two-Photon Imaging and Therapy of Cancer Cells,” Chem. Commun., 2015, 51, 12324.
13. J. Croissant,* O. Mongin,* V. Hugues, M. Blanchard-Desce, X. Cattoën, M. Wong Chi Man, M. Maynadier, M. Garcia, M. Gary-Bobo, L. Raehm, J-O. Durand,* “Influence of the Synthetic Method on the Properties of Two-Photon-Sensitive Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles,” J. Mater. Chem. B, 2015, 3, 5182.
12. C. Mauriello-Jimenez, J. Croissant, M. Maynadier, X. Cattoën, M. Wong Chi Man, J. Vergnaud, V. Chaleixb, V. Sol, M. Garcia, M. Gary-Bobo, L. Raehm, J-O. Durand,* “Porphyrin-Functionalized Mesoporous Organosilica Nanoparticles for Two-Photon Imaging of Cancer Cells and Drug Delivery,” J. Mater. Chem. B, 2015, 3, 3681.
11. S. Li, B. A. Moosa, J. G. Croissant, N. M. Khashab,* “Electrostatic Assembly/ Disassembly of Nanoscaled Colloidosomes for Light-Triggered Cargo Release,” Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2015, 127, 6908. Selected as “Hot Paper,” Inside Back Cover. Highlighted in Nature Middle East.
10. J. Croissant,* X. Cattoën,* M. Wong Chi Man, P. Dieudonné, C. Charnay, L. Raehm, J-O. Durand,* “One-Pot Construction of Multipodal Hybrid Periodic Mesoporous Organosilica Nanoparticles with Crystal-Like Architectures,” Adv. Mater., 2015, 27, 145.
9. J. Croissant, M. Maynadier, O. Mongin, V. Hugues, M. Blanchard-Desce, X. Cattoën, M. Wong Chi Man, A. Gallud, M. Gary-Bobo, M. Garcia, L. Raehm, J-O. Durand,* “Enhanced Two-Photon Fluorescence Imaging and Photodynamic Therapy of Cancer Cells via Gold@Bridged Silsesquioxane Nanoparticles,” Small, 2015, 11, 295.
8. J. Croissant,* X. Cattoën, M. Wong Chi Man, A. Gallud, L. Raehm, M. Maynadier,* J-O. Durand,* “Biodegradable Ethylene-bis(propyl)Disulfide-Based Periodic Mesoporous Organosilica Nanorods and Nanospheres for Efficient In-Vitro Drug Delivery,” Adv. Mater., 2014, 26, 6174. 97 citations (Google Scholar).
7. J. Croissant, D. Salles, M. Maynadier, O. Mongin, V. Hugues, M. Blanchard-Desce,* X. Cattoën, M. Wong Chi Man, A. Gallud, M. Garcia, M. Gary-Bobo,* L. Raehm, J-O. Durand,* “Mixed Periodic Mesoporous Organosilica Nanoparticles and Core-Shell Systems, Application to In-Vitro Two-Photon Imaging, Therapy and Drug Delivery,” Chem. Mater., 2014, 26, 7214.
6. S. Dib, M. Boufatit, S. Chelouaou, F. Sadi-Hassaine, J. Croissant,* J. Long, L. Raehm, C. Charnay, J-O. Durand, “Versatile Heavy Metals Removal via Magnetic Mesoporous Nanocontainers,” RSC Adv., 2014, 4, 24838.
5. J. Croissant, A. Chaix, O. Mongin, M. Wang, S. Clément, L. Raehm, J-O. Durand,* V. Hugues, M. Blanchard-Desce, M. Maynadier, A. Gallud, M. Gary-Bobo,* M. Garcia, J. Lu, F. Tamanoi, D. P. Ferris, D. Tarn, J. I. Zink,* “Two-Photon-Triggered Drug Delivery via Fluorescent Nanovalves,” Small, 2014, 10, 1752. Article level metrics = 108 (13 online news outlets), higher than 99% of its peers in the journal Small, top 5 % of 6.6 million articles tracked by Altmetric. 65 citations (Google Scholar).
4. X. Cattoën,* A. Noureddine, J. Croissant, N. Moitra, K. Bürglová, J. Hodačová, O. De Los Cobos, M. Lejeune, F. Rossignol, D. Toulemon, S. Bégin-Colin, B. P. Pichon, L. Raehm, J-O. Durand, M. Wong Chi Man, “Click Approaches in Sol-Gel Chemistry,” J. Sol-Gel Sci. Technol., 2014, 70, 245.
3. J. Croissant, M. Maynadier, A. Gallud, H. P. N'Dongo, J. L. Nyalosaso, G. Derrien, C. Charnay, J-O. Durand,* L. Raehm, F. Serein-Spirau, N. Cheminet, T. Jarrosson, O. Mongin, M. Blanchard-Desce, M. Gary-Bobo,* M. Garcia, J. Lu, F. Tamanoi, D. Tarn, T. M. Guardado-Alvarez, J. I. Zink,* “Two-Photon-Triggered Drug Delivery in Cancer Cells via Nanoimpellers,” Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2013, 125, 14058. 71 citations (Google Scholar).

2. J. Croissant, J. I. Zink,* “Nanovalve-Controlled Cargo Release Activated by Plasmonic Heating,” J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2012, 134, 7628. 162 citations (Google Scholar).
1. M. Reinholdt, J. Croissant, L. Di Carlo, D. Granier, P. Gaveau, S. Bégu, J-M. Devoisselle, P. H. Mutin, M. E. Smith, C. Bonhomme, C. Gervais, A. van der Lee, D. Laurencin,* “Synthesis and Characterization of Crystalline Structures Based on Phenylboronate Ligands Bound to Alkaline Earth Cations,” Inorg. Chem., 2011, 50, 7802.
PUBLICATIONS IN PROGRESS
10 P. Dogra, N. L. Adolphi, Y-S. Lin, K. S. Butler, P. N. Durfee, J. G. Croissant, A. Noureddine, E. N. Coker, E. L. Bearer, Z. Wang, V. Cristini,* C. J. Brinker,* “Establishing the effects of physicochemical properties and routes of administration on in vivo nanoparticle disposition,” 2018, submitted to Nature Nanotechnology, sent back after the reviewer’s report.
9. A. Nourredine, E. Hjelvik, J. G. Croissant, P. N. Durfee, J. Agola, C. J. Brinker,* “Engineering of Large-Pore Lipid-Coated Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles for Dual Cargo Delivery to Cancer Cells,” 2018, submitted.
8. J. G. Croissant, K. Butler, J. I. Zink, C. J. Brinker,* “Synthetic Amorphous Silica Nanoparticles: Toxicity and Biomedical and Environmental Implications,” 2018, invited review for Nature Materials Review, to be submitted.
7. J. O. Agola*, D. Dunphy, M. Salazar, S. Jett, C. Theron, S. Pokhrel, L. Mädler, A. Prossnitz, J. G. Croissant, P. Durfee, T. McGregor, P. A. Holden, R. Li, A. Nel, C. J. Brinker,* “Rare Earth Phosphate Nanocrystal Modification of Bacteria via Solubility-Driven Dephosphorylation Pathways Promotes Biofilm Formations” 2018, to be submitted.
6. W. Zhu, J. Guo, J. G. Croissant, S. Amini, J. O. Agola, Y. Ju, J. Shang, A. Noureddine, F. Caruso, S. Wuttke, C. J. Brinker,* “SupraCells: Living Mammalian Cells Coated with Functional Modular Nanoparticle-Based Exoskeletons,” 2018, to be submitted.
5. W. Zhu, J. Guo, J. G. Croissant, S. Amini, J. O. Agola, Y. Ju, S. D. Jett, S. Wuttke, F. Caruso, C. J. Brinker,* “Supracells: Living Cells Coated with Nanoparticle-Based Exoskeletons,” 2018, to be submitted.
4. J. G. Croissant, Y. Zhang, Y. Fatieiev, P. Hoang, L. Deng, D. H. Anjum, N. M. Khashab,* “Gold Core Mesoporous Organosilica Shell Nanoparticles and Pickering Emulsions,” 2018, to be submitted.
3. J. G. Croissant, J. I. Zink,* “Controllable Photodegradation of Mesoporous Silica Encapsulating Gold Cores for Remote Cargo Release,” 2018, to be submitted.
2. J. G. Croissant, M. Maynadier,* M. Blanchard-Desce, A. Delalande et al. “Two-Photon-Triggered Gene Silencing in Cells with Azobenzene-Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles,” 2018, to be submitted.
1. C. Mauriello-Jimenez, J. G. Croissant, V. Stojanovič, M. Maynadier, M. Gary-Bobo, M. Garcia, M. Blanchard-Desce, O. Mongin, L. Raehm, J-O. Durand, M. Cohen, F. Delie,* “Two-Photon Photosensitizers encapsulation in PLA Nanoparticles,” 2018, to be submitted.

Dr. Hussein Znad

Senior Lecturer Faculty of Science and Engineering Curtin University Bentley Campus, Australia
School Director of Graduate Research
Undergraduate Course Coordinator - Chemical Engineering
Employment History
Senior Lecturer (2015-Present): Dept of Chemical Eng.; Curtin University; GPO Box U1987 Perth W.A. 6845, Australia
Lecturer (2011-2015): Dept of Chemical Eng.; Curtin University; GPO Box U1987 Perth W.A. 6845, Australia
Research Fellow (2010-2011): Dept of Chemical Eng.; Curtin University; GPO Box U1987 Perth W.A. 6845, Australia
Assistant Professor (2009-2010): Chemical Eng. Dept.; University of Nizwa; Nizwa, Sultanate of Oman.
Research Fellow & Assistant Professor (2005-2009): Dept. of Applied Chemistry; Toyo University, Japan.
Wastewater treatment
Solar photo-catalyst development
Algae photo-bioreactors development
Biodiesel Production,
Biofiltration, VOC biodegradation
Bioreactor design, modeling, and scale up: slurry airlift bioreactors, slurry bubble columns, stirred fermenters.
Chemical & biochemical reaction engineering
Heterogeneous and homogeneous catalysis
Research Grants and Awards:
Matsumae International Foundation (MIF) Research Fellowship (Apr – Oct 2005): Application, modelling and scale up of bioreactors for wastewater treatment, Toyo University (Japan), ≈ US$ 15 K.
Toyo University Research Fellowship (Oct 05- Apr 07): Biological treatment of polluted wastewater and waste gases, Toyo University (Japan), US$65K.
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) (Apr 2007-March 2009): Development a cost effective solar photo catalyst for water treatment, Toyo University (Japan), ≈ US$ 116 K
Omani Research Council (TRC) (2009-2010), Development a solar hybrid biotechnology for bio-refractory wastewater treatment: Nizwa University (Oman), US$ 200K.
HORN Fellowship grant (Hyogo Government‐Japan), Dec 2013‐ Feb 2014, Environmental application of microalgae, University of Hyogo (Japan)
Qatar National Research Fund (QNRF) 2013- 2017 (collaborative project between Curtin Uni & Qatar University): NPRP 6–1436-2-581Carbon Capture by Algae: Assessment Against Water, US$ 1,007,268
HORN Fellowship grant (Hyogo Government‐Japan), Dec 2017‐January 2018, Bioflocculation as a cost-effective method for microalgae biomass harvesting, University of Hyogo (Japan).
Tokyo Tech International collaboration Research grant (4 - 16 Feb2018), Biosorption and recovery of rare earth elements from industrial wastewater with algae, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo (Japan).
2018
Book Chapters (Research)
Hena, S., and H. Znad. 2018. "Membrane Bioreactor for Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products Removal From Wastewater." In Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry, 201-256
Hena, S., and H. T. Znad.. "Membrane Bioreactor for Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products Removal From Wastewater." In Fundamentals of Quorum Sensing, Analytical Methods and Applications in Membrane Bioreactors Chormey, D., S. Bakirdere, N. Turan, and G. Engin. Netherlands: Elsevier. Inpress.
Znad, H. T., B. Alliss, and H. Vuthaluru. 2018. "Solid Waste Adsorbents for volatile Organic compounds Removal by biofiltration." In Air, Gas and Water Pollution Control Using Industrial and Agricultural Solid Wastes Adsorbents Sen, T. K., 21-33 Boca Raton, Florida, USA: CRC Press.
Journal Articles (Research)
Znad, H. T.. "Enhancement of CO2 biofixation and lipid production by Chlorella vulgaris using coloured polypropylene film." Environmental Technology 2018 Inpress.
Znad, H. T., K. Abbas, S. Hena, and M. R. Awual. 2018. "Synthesis a novel multilamellar mesoporous TiO⁠2/ZSM-5 for photo-catalytic degradation of methyl orange dye in aqueous media." Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering 6: 218-227.
Hena, S., H. T. Znad, K. Heong, and S. Judd. 2018. "Dairy farm wastewater treatment and lipid accumulation by Arthrospira platensis." WATER RESEARCH 128: 267-277.
Abbas, K., H. T. Znad, and R. Awual. 2018. "A ligand anchored conjugate adsorbent for effective mercury(II) detection and removal from aqueous media." CHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL 334: 432-443.
Znad, H. T., A. Alketife, S. Judd, F. AlMomani, and H. Vuthaluru. 2018. "Bioremediation and nutrient removal from wastewater by Chlorella vulgaris." ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING 110: 1-7.
2017
Journal Articles (Research)
Al Sharifi, M., H. T. Znad, S. Hena, and H. M. Ang. 2017. "Biodiesel production from canola oil using novel Li/TiO2 as a heterogeneous catalyst prepared via impregnation method." RENEWABLE ENERGY 114: 1077-1089.
Awual, M. R., N. H. Alharthi, M. M. Hasan, M. R. Karimd, A. Islame, H. Znad, M. A. Hossain, M. E. Halimh, M. M. Rahman, and M. A. Khaleque. 2017. "Inorganic-organic based novel nano-conjugate material for effective cobalt(II) ions capturing from wastewater." CHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL 324: 130-139.
Naderi, G., H. T. Znad, and M. O. Tade. 2017. "Investigating and modelling of light intensity distribution inside algal photobioreactor." Chemical Engineering and Processing: Process Intensification 122: 530-537.
Judd, S., F. Al Momani, H. T. Znad, and A. Al Ketife. 2017. "The cost benefit of algal technology for combined CO2 mitigation and nutrient abatement." Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews 71: 379-387.
Martini, S., H. M. Ang, and H. Znad. 2017. "Integrated ultrafiltration membrane unit for efficient petroleum refinery effluent treatment." CLEAN – Soil, Air, Water 45 (2)
Al Ketife, A., S. Judd, and H. Znad. 2017. "Optimization of cultivation conditions for combined nutrient removal and CO2 fixation in a batch photobioreactor." Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology 92: 1085-1093.
Al Ketife, A., S. Judd, and H. Znad. 2017. "Synergistic effects and optimization of nitrogen and phosphorus concentrations on the growth and nutrient uptake of a freshwater Chlorella vulgaris." Environmental Technology 38: 94-102.
2016
Journal Articles (Research)
Al ketife, A., S. Judd, and H. Znad. 2016. "A mathematical model for carbon fixation and nutrient removal by an algal photobioreactor." Chemical Engineering Science 153: 354-362.
Al Haddabi, M., A. Mushtaque, Z. Al.Jebri, H. Vuthaluru, H. Znad, and M. Al.Kindi. 2016. "Boron removal from seawater using date palm (Phoenix dactylifera) seed ash." Desalination and Water Treatment 57: 5130-5137.
2015
Book Chapters (Research)
Ismail, and H. Znad. 2015. "Biosorption of Heavy Metals and Nutrients: A Green Approach for Clean-Up of Contaminated Water." In Physical Chemical and Biological Treatment Processes for Water and Wastewater Sen, T., 113-129 USA: Nova Science Publishers.
Al.Haddabi, M., H. Vuthaluru, M. Ahmed, and H. Znad. 2015. "Use of Ceramic Membrane Technology for Sustainable Management of Oil Production Water: A Review." In Recent Progress in Desalination, Environmental and Marine Outfall Systems Baawain, M., B. Choudri, M. Ahmed, and A. Purnama., 11-23 Switzerland: Springer International Publishing.
Journal Articles (Research)
Naderi, G., M. Tade, and H. Znad. 2015. "Modified Photobioreactor for Biofixation of Carbon Dioxide by Chlorella vulgaris at Different Light Intensities." Chemical Engineering & Technology 38 (8): 1371-1379.
Judd, S., L. van den Broeke, M. Shurair, Y. Kuti, and H. Znad. 2015. "Algal remediation of CO2 and nutrient discharges: a review." Water Research 87: 356-366.
Haddabi, H. Vuthaluru, H. Znad, and M. Ahmed. 2015. "Attapulgite as Potential Adsorbent for Dissolved Organic Carbon from Oily Produced water." Clean - Soil, Air, Water 43 (11): 1522-1530.
Abeish, A., H. M. Ang, and H. Znad. 2015. "Role of ferric and ferrous ions in the enhancement of the heterogeneous solar photo-catalytic degradation of chlorophenols combined mixture." Water Science and Technology 72 (9): 1561-1568.
Al.Haddabi, M., H. Vuthaluru, H. Znad, and M. Ahmed. 2015. "Removal of Dissolved Organic Carbon from Oily Produced Water by Adsorption onto Date Seeds: Equilibrium, Kinetic, and Thermodynamic Studies." Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 226
Awual, M., H. Md. Munjur, and H. Znad. 2015. "Organic-inorganic based nano-conjugate adsorbent for selective palladium(II) detection, separation and recovery." Chemical Engineering Journal 259: 611-619.
Abeish, A., H. M. Ang, and H. Znad. 2015. "Solar photocatalytic degradation of 4-chlorophenol: mechanism and kinetic modelling." Desalination and Water Treatment 53: 2915-2923.
Awual, A., M. Abdul Khaleque, Y. Ratna, and H. Znad. 2015. "Simultaneous ultra-trace palladium(II) detection and recovery from wastewater using new class meso-adsorbent." Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry 21: 405-413.
Abeish, A., H. Ang, and H. Znad. 2015. "Solar photocatalytic degradation of chlorophenols mixture (4-CP and 2,4-DCP): Mechanism and kinetic modelling." Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A 50: 125-134.
2014
Journal Articles (Research)
Znad, H., and Z. Frangeskides. 2014. "Chicken drumstick bones as an efficient biosorbent for copper (II) removal from aqueous solution." Desalination and Water Treatment 52: 1560-1570.
Abeish, A. M., M. Ang, and H. Znad. 2014. "Enhanced Solar-Photocatalytic Degradation of Combined Chlorophenols Using Ferric Ions and Hydrogen Peroxide." Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 53: 10583-10589.
2012
Journal Articles (Research)
Znad, H., M. H. Ang, and M. O. Tade. 2012. "Ta/TiO2-and Nb/TiO2-Mixed Oxides as Efficient Solar Photocatalysts: Preparation, Characterization, and Photocatalytic Activity." International Journal of Photoenergy 2012
2010
Journal Articles (Research)
Salehi, Z., F. Vahabzadeh, M. Sohrabi, S. Fatemi, and H. T. Znad. 2010. "Statistical medium optimization and biodegradative capacity of Ralstonia eutropha toward p-nitrophenol." Biodegradation 21 (4): 645-657.
Znad, H., H. Ohata, and M. O. Tade. 2010. "A Net Draft Tube Slurry Airlift Bioreactor for 2,4-D (2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid) Pesticide Biodegradation." The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering 88 (4): 565-573.
Conference Articles (Research)
Znad, H., M. Tade, and H. M. Ang. 2010. "Influence of doping Ta and Nb metals on the solar photocatalytic activity of S-doped TiO2." In 19th International Congress of Chemical and Process Engineering (CHISA 2010) and the 7th European Congress of Chemical Engineering (ECCE-7), Aug 28, 2010, Praha, Czech Republic: Process Engineering Publisher, Ing. Jan Novosad.
2009
Journal Articles (Research)
Znad, H., and Kawase Y. 2009. "Synthesis and characterization of S-doped Degussa P25 with application in decolorization of Orange II dye as a model substrate." Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical 314: 55-62.
Tokumura, M., H. Katoh, T. Katoh, H. T. Znad, and Y. Kawase. 2009. "Solubilization of excess sludge in activated sludge process using the solar photo-Fenton reaction." Journal of Hazardous Materials 162 (2-3): 1390-1396.
Fukuda, R., M. Tokumura, H. T. Znad, and Y. Kawase. 2009. "Vapour generation from the impellers in boiling stirred tank reactors." Chemical Engineering Research and Design 87 (4): 452-459.
2008
Journal Articles (Research)
Tokumura, M., R. Nakajima, H. T. Znad, and Y. Kawase. 2008. "Chemical absorption process for degradation of VOC gas using heterogeneous gas-liquid photocatalytic oxidation: Toluene degradation by photo-Fenton reaction." Chemosphere 73 (5): 768-775.
Tokumura, M., H. T. Znad, and Y. Kawase. 2008. "Decolorization of dark brown colored coffee effluent by solar photo-Fenton reaction: Effect of solar light dose on decolorization kinetics." Water Research 42 (18): 4665-4673.
2007
Journal Articles (Research)
Chriastel, L., Y. Kawase, and H. Znad. 2007. "Hydrodynamic modelling of internal loop airlift reactor applying drift-flux model in bubbly flow regime." Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering 85 (2): 226-232.
Uchiyama, T., H. Kobayashi, H. T. Znad, M. Tokumura, and Y. Kawase. 2007. "Dynamic performance of ozonation treatment for nonionic surfactants (polyoxyethylene alkyl ether) in a bubble column reactor." OZONE-SCIENCE & ENGINEERING 29 (1): 65-72.
Matsumura T., Noshiroya D.,, Tokumura M., H. Znad, and Kawase Y. 2007. "A simplified model for hydrodynamics and performance of a gas-liquid-solid three phase fluidized bed photocatalytic reactor: Degradadtion of o-Cresol with Immobilized TiO2." Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 46: 2637-2647.
Chriastel L, Kawase Y, and H. Znad. 2007. "Hydrodynamic modeling of internal loop airlift bioreactor." Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering 85: 226-232.
Uchiyama, T., H. Kobayashi, H. T. Znad, M. Tokumura, and Y. Kawase. 2007. "Dynamic performance of ozonation treatment for nonionic surfactants (polyoxyethylene alkyl ether) in a bubble column reactor." Ozone: Science and Engineering 29 (1): 65-72.
Znad, H. T., K. Katoh, and Y. Kawase. 2007. "High loading toluene treatment in a compost based biofilter using up-flow and down-flow swing operation." Journal of Hazardous Materials 141 (3): 745-752.
Tokumura, M., M. Sekine, M. Yoshinari, H. T. Znad, and Y. Kawase. 2007. "Photo-Fenton process for excess sludge disintegration." Process Biochemistry 42 (4): 627-633.
Conference Articles (Research)
Matsumura, T., D. Noshiroya, M. Tokumura, H. T. Znad, and Y. Kawase. 2007. "Simplified model for the hydrodynamics and reaction kinetics in a gas-liquid-solid three-phase fluidized-bed photocatalytic reactor: Degradation of o-cresol with immobilized TiO2."
2006
Journal Articles (Research)
Znad, H., Tokumura M., and Kawase Y. 2006. "Axial distribution of oxygen concentration in different airlift bioreactor scales: Mathematical modeling and simulation." Chemical Engineering and Technology 29: 1042-1047.
M. Tokumura, H. Znad, and Kawase Y. 2006. "Modeling of an external light irradiation slurry photoreactor: UV light or sunlight photoassisted fenton discoloration of azo-dye orange II with mineral turmaline." Chemical Engineering Science 61: 6361-6371.
Znad, H., Noriyuki Kasahara, and Kawase Y. 2006. "Biological Decomposition of Herbicides (EPTC) by Activated Sludge in a Slurry Bioreactor." . Process Biochemistry 41: 1124-1128.
Minamidate, W., M. Tokumura, H. Znad, and Y. Kawase. 2006. "Photodegradation of o-cresol in water by the H2O2/UV process." Journal of Environmental Science and Health - Part A Toxic/Hazardous Substances and Environmental Engineering 41 (8): 1543-1558.
Tokumura, M., M. Baba, H. T. Znad, Y. Kawase, C. Yongsiri, and K. Takeda. 2006. "Neutralization of the acidified seawater effluent from the flue gas desulfurization process: Experimental investigation, dynamic modeling, and simulation." Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research 45 (18): 6339-6348.
Nishio, J., M. Tokumura, H. T. Znad, and Y. Kawase. 2006. "Photocatalytic decolorization of azo-dye with zinc oxide powder in an external UV light irradiation slurry photoreactor." Journal of Hazardous Materials 138 (1): 106-115.
Tokumura, M., A. Ohta, H. T. Znad, and Y. Kawase. 2006. "UV light assisted decolorization of dark brown colored coffee effluent by photo-Fenton reaction." Water Research 40 (20): 3775-3784.
2004
Journal Articles (Research)
Znad, H., Báleš V, and Kawase Y. 2004. "Modeling and scale up of airlift bioreactor." Computers and Chemical Engineering 28: 2765-2777.
Znad, H., Báleš V, Markoš J, and Kawase Y. 2004. "Modeling and simulation of airlift bioreactor." Biochemical Engineering Journal 21: 73-81.
Znad, H., Blažej M, Báleš V, and Markoš J. 2004. "A kinetic model for gluconic acid production by Aspergillus niger." Chemical Papers 58: 23-28.
Znad, H., Markoš J, and Báleš V. 2004. "Production of gluconic acid from glucose by Aspergillus niger: Growth and non growth conditions." Process Biochemistry 39: 1341-1345.

Dr. Yannis Dimakopoulos

Assistant Professor Department of Chemical Engineering University of Patras, Greece
Dr Yannis Dimakopoulos is a tenured Assistant Professor at the Department of Chemical Engineering of University of Patras.
He graduated in 1997 from the Chemical Engineering Department of the University of Patras. In 2003, he received his Master’s and PhD degrees. His Doctoral thesis focused on the air induced displacement of complex fluids that have macromolecular structures (e.g. application in a bronchial operation: the airway reopening). From 2004 to 2005, he served his military service in the Greek army having the specialty of Chemical Engineer.
In 2005 he was appointed adjunct lecturer (Π.Δ.407) in the Department of Chemical Engineering of the University of Patras. In 2007 he joined the Soft tissue biomechanics & engineering Group in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the Technical University of Eindhoven in the Netherlands. He worked for two and half years with Professor Dr. ir. Frank Baaijens, a world leader in tissue engineering of cardiac valves and microvessels. His research was focused on the investigation of the mechanism of how native and tissued aortic valves deform, move and respond under physiological hemodynamic conditions. At the same time, he was a member of the Institute of Material Technology (MaTE) of the Technical University of Eindhoven. In 2010, he rejoined the Laboratory of Computational Fluid Dynamics in the University of Patras, working on the modeling and simulation of Pressure Sensitive Adhesive materials. In 2011, he was elected non-tenured Assistant Professor at the University of Patras. From 2012 to 2014, he was a researcher at the University of Cyprus working with Prof. George Georgiou on the mesoscopic modeling of Red Blood Cell migration in microvessels. In January 2014, he was formally appointed as Assistant Professor in the field of Transport Phenomena in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Patras. In September 2014, he joined the Interdepartmental post-graduate program on Science and Technology of Polymers of the University of Patras as a faculty member. In July 2017, he was elected tenured Assistant Professor.
Since January 2014, he has supervised four diploma theses, four master theses and one PhD student. At the same time, he was co-advisor of almost ten master or diploma theses and two PhD candidates. He has taught the following modules: Fluid Mechanics, Rheology of Complex Systems, Process Dynamics and Control, Computational Transport Phenomena, Numerical Analysis, and Advanced Numerical Methods.
In 1997, he received the award of the Technical Chamber of Greece (TEE) for his performance during his undergraduate studies. In 2005 he received a two-year distinctive scholarship by IKY for post-doctoral research on parallel computing. His biography has been included in Who-is-Who in the world since 2005 and Who-is-Who in science since 2011. He is the major author or coauthor of 42 published articles in scientific journals, two that have already been submitted for publication, and three more that are under preparation. He is also the author or coauthor of 27 papers in conference proceedings. He has given 9 invited lectures and 101 presentations in International, American, European and Greek scientific congresses. He is also a member of the Editorial Board of ISRN Applied Mathematics since March 2011, Mathematical Problems in Engineering since July 2012, Journal of Oil, Gas and Petrochemical Sciences, since October 2017, and very recently of the International Journal of
Bioprocessing and Biotechniques. Moreover, he is a reviewer for 39 scientific journals, and three
congresses. According to Google scholar he has 636 citations and an h-factor of 13.
His current research focuses on the modeling and simulation of transport phenomena, fluid mechanics, numerical methods and rheology as well as on computational hemodynamics and biomechanics.
He is a member of seven European and Greek Scientific Societies and has participated in twelve International Research Projects.
Selected Publications:
Y Dimakopoulos, J Tsamopoulos, Why RBCs migrate radially in microvessels? Mean Field Modeling and investigation of the role of viscoelasticity, JOURNAL OF VASCULAR RESEARCH 54, 71-71 (2017).
J Tsamopoulos, S Varchanis, Y Dimakopoulos, Simulations in Agreement With Experiments Confirm That Blood Plasma Exhibits A Pronounced Viscoelastic Behavior, Bulletin of the American Physical Society 62 (2017).
Y Dimakopoulos, G Kelesidis, S Tsouka, GC Georgiou, J Tsamopoulos, Hemodynamics in stenotic vessels of small diameter under steady state conditions: Effect of viscoelasticity and migration of red blood cells, Biorheology 52 (3), 183-210 (2015).
Y Dimakopoulos, ACB Bogaerds, PD Anderson, MA Hulsen, F Baaijens, Direct numerical simulation of a 2Dstented aortic heart valve at physiological flow rates, Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical engineering 15 (11), 1157-1179 (2012).
N Chatzidai, A Giannousakis, Y Dimakopoulos, J Tsamopoulos, On the elliptic mesh generation in domains containing multiple inclusions and undergoing large deformations, Journal of Computational Physics 228 (6), 1980-2011 (2009).
D Fraggedakis, J Papaioannou, Y Dimakopoulos, J Tsamopoulos , Discretization of three-dimensional free surface flows and moving boundary problems via elliptic grid methods based on variational principles, Journal of Computational Physics 344, 127-150 (2017).
S Varchanis, Y Dimakopoulos, J Tsamopoulos, Evaluation of tube models for linear entangled polymers in simple and complex flows, Journal of Rheology 62 (1), 25-47 (2018).
S Tsouka, Y Dimakopoulos, V Mavrantzas, J Tsamopoulos, Stress-gradient induced migration of polymers in corrugated channels, Journal of Rheology 58 (4), 911-947 (2014)

Dr. Dipankar Pal

Assistant Professor (TEQIP III, MHRD, Govt. of INDIA) Department of Chemical Engineering Assam Engineering College, Guwahati, Assam India
EDUCATION
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, West Bengal, India
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Chemical Engineering, May 2018
• Thesis Topic: Surface modification of polyacrylonitrile (PAN) co-polymer membranes using low temperature plasma treatment
• Advisor: Prof. Sirshendu De and Prof. Sudarsan Neogi
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, West Bengal, India
Master of Technology (M-Tech.), Chemical Engineering, CGPA - 8.88, May 2011
• Thesis Topic: Hydrodynamic investigations on gas-liquid, liquid-liquid flow through millimeter channels.
• Advisor: Prof. Gargi Das and Prof. Rabibrata Mukherjee
West Bengal University of Technology, West Bengal, India
Bachelor of Technology (B-Tech.), Chemical Engineering, CGPA - 8.16, May 2009
• Thesis Topic: Mathematical Modeling and Experimental studies on energy in phase change material.
• Advisor: Prof. Diptendu Datta
Membrane surface modification by plasma treatment, Surface engineering, Plasma sterilization, Surface functionalization of polymers.
AWARDS / PRIZES
1. 3rd Prize for poster presentation in Research Scholars Day- Department of Chemical Engineering (IIT Kharagpur) - 2015.
2. 2nd Prize for poster presentation in Research Scholars Day- Department of Chemical Engineering (IIT Kharagpur) – 2016.
1. D. Pal, A. Baruah, Energy storage in phase change material: A theoretical study, Technical Volume cum souvenir: Bo–fuels, Bio energy & Bio–economy, The Institution of Engineers (India), October, 2018, Page 46-50.

Mehran Heydari, PhD

University of Alberta Canada
EDUCATION:
BSc degree in Chemical Engineering, 2000-2005, Tehran, Iran (GPA: 15.18 / 20).
MSc degree in Chemical Engineering, 2006-2008, Tehran-Iran (GPA: 18.29 / 20).
PhD in Chemical Engineering, 2012-2016 University of Alberta, Canada (GPA: 3.6 / 4).
Postdoc in Chemical Engineering, 2018, CCERCI, Tehran,Iran.

JOB EXPERIENCE
University adjunct professor, 2016-present
Process Engineer.
IRITEC (Iran International Engineering Company).
IRITEC is a leading Iranian Company which renders services in Engineering,
Procurement, Construction, Management, and Commissioning Projects.
02/2009-09/2011.
Expert of Air Quality.
AQCC (Air Quality Control Company)
AQCC is a company which measures the pollutant dispersion through cities and factories.
03/2006-03/2008. Website: www.aqcc.org
Course Instructor,
Workshop on process simulation using Aspen plus, CCERCI, (11/2018) Tehran, Iran.
English Teacher
Free discussion English class, CCERCI, Tehran, Iran.
Teaching Assistant,
Fluid mechanics Lab, University of Alberta, 2015
Catalyst Synthesis
Nano-catalyst applications
Kinetic modeling of coal liquefaction
Pyrolysis and biomass process
Modeling and Simulation of Fluid Catalytic Cracking unit
Energy and Process Engineering
Chemical Reaction Engineering.
AWARD: Doctoral recruitment scholarship, 01/ 2012.
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP
Member of Iran's National Elites Foundation
Member of ACS association
Member of Iranian Association of Chemical Engineering
1. Heydari, M., AleEbrahim, H., & Dabir, B. (2010). Study of seven-lump kinetic model in the fluid catalytic cracking unit. American Journal of Applied Sciences, 7(1), 71.
2. Heydari, M., Ebrahim, H. A., & Dabir, B. (2010). Modeling of an industrial riser in the fluid catalytic cracking unit. American Journal of Applied Sciences, 7(2), 221.
3. Heydari, M., Rahman, M., & Gupta, R. (2015). Kinetic Study and Thermal Decomposition Behavior of Lignite Coal. International Journal of Chemical Engineering.
4. Heydari, M., Rahman, M., & Gupta, R. (2016). Effect of initial coal particle size on coal liquefaction conversion. International Journal of Oil, Gas and Coal Technology, 12(1), 63-80
5. Heydari, M., & Gupta, R. (2016). Isothermal kinetic modeling of direct coal liquefaction (submitted)

Bodhisattwa Chaudhuri, PhD

Associate Professor Department of Pharmaceutical Science and Institute of Materials Science (IMS) Graduate Faculty, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering University of Connecticut, Mansfield, Connecticut, USA
Bodhi Chaudhuri is an Associate Professor of Pharmaceutics, Chemical Engineering, and Material Sciences at UConn. He got his PhD in Mechanical Engineering from NJIT after obtaining his MS and BS both in Chemical Engineering from IISc, Bangalore and Jadavpur University, respectively. He performed postdoctoral research in Pharmaceutical Engineering at Rutgers University and has 3 years of industrial experience. He has published more than 60 peer-reviewed journal articles, book chapters, conference proceedings and delivered more than 30 invited talks in academia, industry, and conferences. He acts as an editorial board member for Advanced Powder Technology, Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and several other international journals in the areas of fluid mechanics, drug design, pharmaceutical sciences, and chemical engineering. His research has been funded by NIH, NSF, FDA, American Cancer Society, PhRMA, Pfizer, Genentec, BI, and several other pharmaceutical companies. He regularly consults pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and engineering companies and acted as Technical Advisor to them. He received Young Investigator Award from US-FDA and several other prestigious awards.
Multi-scale Modeling, Particle Technology, Discrete Element Method, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Additive Manufacturing, Complex Fluids, Molecular Modeling, Pharmaceutical Technology.
Manuscripts and Book Chapters
1) S. Sarkar, R. Mukherjee, B. Chaudhuri, On the role of forces governing particulate interactions in pharmaceutical systems: A review, International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 526, 1-2, 516-537, 2017.
2) S. Sarkar, B. Chaudhuri, Discrete Element Method (DEM) based modeling of higher shear wet granulation process, Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Under Review, 2017.
3) S. Sarkar, P. Peri, B. Chaudhuri, Investigation of multiphase multicomponent aerosol flow dictating pMDI-spacer interactions, International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 529, 1-2, 264-274, 2017.
4) S. Sarkar, B. Minatovicz, K. Thalberg, B. Chaudhuri, Mechanistic investigation of mixing and segregation of ordered mixtures: Experiments and Numerical Simulations, Drug Product and Industrial Pharmacy, 1-9, DOI: 10.1080/03639045.2017.1338719, 2017.
5) S. Sarkar, B. Minatovicz, K. Thalberg, B. Chaudhuri, Development of rational design space for optimizing mixing conditions for formulations of adhesive mixtures for dry powder inhaler formulations, Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 106, 1, 129-139, 2017 2
6) S. Naik, R. Mukherjee, B. Chaudhuri, Triboelectrification: A review of experimental and mechanistic modeling approaches with a special focus on pharmaceutical powders, International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 510, 375-385, 2016.
7) S. Naik, S. Sarkar, B. Hancock, W. Yu, Y. Abramov, M. Rowland, B. Chaudhuri, An experimental and numerical modeling study of tribocharging of pharmaceutical granular mixtures, Powder Technology, 297, 211-219, 2016
8) S. Naik, B. Hancock, Y. Abramov, W. Yu, M. Rowland, Z. Huang, B. Chaudhuri Quantification of tribocharging of pharmaceutical powders in V-blenders: Experiments, Multi-scale Modeling and Simulations, Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 105, 4, 1467-1477, 2016.
9) V. Gupta, R. Mukherjee, S. Naik, S Sarkar, V. Gupta, P. Peri, B. Chaudhuri, Effects of particle size on the triboelectrification phenomenon in pharmaceutical excipients: experiments and multi-scale modeling, Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 11, 5,603-617, 2016.
10) Book Chapter: E. Sahni, S. Naik, B. Chaudhuri, Numerical Simulations of Unit Operations in Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms, Chapter 13, Computational Approaches in Pharmaceutical Solid State Chemistry Edited by Yuriy Abramov, Wiley Inc, 375-395, 2016.
11) S. Naik, B. Chaudhuri, Quantifying dry milling in pharmaceutical processing: A review on experimental and modeling approaches, Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 104, 8, 2601-2612, 2015.
12) S. Naik, V. Gupta, S. Sarkar, B. Hancock, Y. Abramov, W. Yu, B. Chaudhuri, A combined experimental and numerical approach to explore tribocharging of pharmaceutical excipients in a hopper chute assembly, International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 491, 1-2, 58-68, 2015.
13) S. Sarkar, J. Cho, B. Chaudhuri, Differential electrostatic interactions between granular species in a simple hopper chute geometry, Journal of Developing Drugs, 3, 2, 123-131, 2014.
14) S. Naik. Y. Feng, B. Chaudhuri, Experiment and model based investigation of comminution in a hammer mill, Computational Methods and Experimental Measurements, 2, 3, 363-374, 2014.
15) E. Sahni, R. Bogner, B. Chaudhuri, Systematic Investigation of Parameters affecting Contact Drying in an Agitated Filter Dryer, Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 102, 7, 2198-2213, 2013.
16) E. Sahni, B. Chaudhuri, Numerical Simulations of Contact drying in Agitated Filter dryer, Chemical Engineering Science, 97, 34-49, 2013.
17) S. Naik, R. Malla, M. Shaw, B. Chaudhuri, Investigation of Comminution in a Wiley Mill: Experiment and DEM Simulations, Powder Technology, 237, 338-354, 2013.
18) J. Cho, Y. Zhu, K. Lewkowicz, S. Lee, T. Bergman, B. Chaudhuri, Solving granular segregation problems using a biaxial rotary mixer, Chemical Engineering and Processing, 57-58, 42-50, 2012.
19) E. Sahni, B. Chaudhuri, Contact drying: A review of experimental and mechanistic modeling approaches, International Journal of Pharmaceutics 434(1-2), 334-348, 2012.
20) E. Sahni, J. Hallisey, B. Morgan, J. Strong, B. Chaudhuri, Quantifying drying performance of Filter Dryer: Experiments and Simulations, Advanced Powder Technology, 23, 239-249, 2012. 3
21) S. Sarkar, J. Cho, B. Chaudhuri, Mechanisms of Electrostatic Charge Reduction of Granular Media with Additives on Different Surfaces, Chemical Engineering and Processing, 62, 166-175, 2012.
22) E. Sahni, B. Chaudhuri, Experimental and modeling approaches in characterizing coating uniformity in a pancoater: A literature review, Pharmaceutical Development and Technology, 17, 2, 1-14, 2012. (Ranked 10th out of most 100 downloaded articles of Pharm. Dev. Tech. from 1995-2012)
23) E. Sahni, B. Chaudhuri, Estimation of Coating variability under Optimal Coating conditions in a Pan coater, International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 418, 286-296, 2011
24) S. Naik, B. Chaudhuri, Investigating Granular Milling in a Hammer Mill: Experiments and Simulations, Computational Methods and Experimental Measurements, 15, 121-132, 2011.
25) E. Sahni, R. Yau, B. Chaudhuri*, Understanding granular mixing to enhance coating performance in a pan coater, Powder Technology, 205, 1-3, 231-241, 2011.
26) Book Chapter: B. Chaudhuri#, F. Muzzio, M. Tomassone, Experimentally Validated Numerical Modeling of Heat Transfer in Granular Flow in Rotating Vessels, Heat Transfer -Mathematical Modelling, Numerical Methods and Information Technology, Aziz Belmiloudi (Ed.), ISBN: 978-953-307-550-1, InTech, 2011.
27) S. Manickam, R. Shah, J. Tomei, T. Bergman, B. Chaudhuri, Investigating Mixing in a Multi-dimensional Rotary Mixer: Experiments and Simulations, Powder Technology, 201,1, 83-92, 2010.
28) A. Faqih, B.Chaudhuri, A. Mehrotra, F. Muzzio, Constitutive model to predict flow properties of cohesive powders in bench scale hoppers, Chemical Engineering and Science, 65, 3341-3351, 2010.
29) B. Chaudhuri, F. Muzzio, M. Tomassone, Experimentally Validated Computations of Heat Transfer in Granular Materials in Rotary Calciners, Powder Technology, 198, 6-15, 2010.
30) R. Shah, S. Manickam, J. Tomei, T. Bergman, B. Chaudhuri*, Mixing study in a multidimensional motion mixer, Powders and Grains, 6, 683-687, 2009.
31) D. Fichana, A. Marchut, P. Ohlsson, S. Chang, O. Lyngberg, J. Dougherty, S. Kiang, H. Stamato, B. Chaudhuri, F. Muzzio, Experimental and Model Based Approaches to Studying Mixing in Coating Pans, Pharmaceutical Development and Technology, 14, 2, 173-184, 2009.
32) A. Mehrotra, B.Chaudhuri, A. Faqih, M.Tomassone, F.Muzzio; A modeling approach for understanding effects of powder flow properties on tablet weight variability, Powder Technology, 188, 295-300, 2009.
33) A.Faqih, B.Chaudhuri, A.Alexander, S.Hammond, F. Muzzio, M.Tomassone; Dilation effects of cohesive granular material in a rotating drum: Experiments and Simulations, AICHE Journal, 52, 4124-4132, 2006.
34) A.Faqih, B.Chaudhuri, A.Alexander, C.Davies, F. Muzzio, M.Tomassone; An experimental/Computational approach for examining unconfined cohesive powder flow; International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 324, 116-127, 2006.
35) B.Chaudhuri, F.Muzzio, M.Tomassone, Modeling of heat transfer in granular flow in rotary vessels, Chemical Engineering Science, 61, 6348-6360, 2006.
36) B.Chaudhuri, A.Mehrotra, F. Muzzio, M. Tomassone; Cohesive effects in powder mixing in a tumbling blender, Powder Technology, 165, 103-112, 2006.
37) B. Chaudhuri, A. Alexander, A.Faqih, F Muzzio, C. Davies, M.Tomassone; Avalanching flow of cohesive powders, Powder Technology, 164, 13-21, 2006.
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38) M.Tomassone, B. Chaudhuri, A. Faqih, A. Mehrotra, F. Muzzio, DEM simulation for fundamental process understanding, Pharmaceutical Tech., 29, S28-S35, 2005.
39) R.Dave, C.Wu, B.Chaudhuri, S.Watano, Magnetically mediated flow enhancement for controlled powder discharge of cohesive powders, Powder Technology, 112, 1-2, 111-125,2000.
40) B. Chaudhuri, P. Singh, R. Pfeffer, and R. Dave, Simulation and modeling of magnetically- assisted impaction coating process for dry particle coating, World Congress on Particle Technology, Brighton, U.K., 370, 1-13, 1998
41) B. Chaudhuri, J. Modak, Optimization of fed-batch bioreactors using a neural network model, Bioprocess Engineering,19, 1, 71-79,1998.

Mashallah Rezakazemi , PhD

Assistant Professor Faculty of Chemical and Materials Engineering Shahrood University of Technology, Shahrood Iran
Dr. Mashallah Rezakazemi received his BSc. and MSc. degrees in 2009 and 2011, respectively, both in Chemical Engineering, from the Iran University of Science and Technology (IUST), and his Ph.D. from the University of Tehran (UT) in 2015. In his first appointment, Rezakazemi has been served as professor of the Faculty of Chemical and Materials Engineering at the Shahrood University of Technology since 2016. Dr. Rezakazemi’s research is in the general area of the water-energy nexus, CO2 capture, gas separation, desalination, to the service of the broad areas of learning and training. Specifically, his research in engineered and natural environmental systems involves: (i) membrane-based processes for energy-efficient desalination, CO2 capture, gas separation, and wastewater reuse, (ii) sustainable production of riched gas stream, water and energy generation with the engineered membrane, (iii) environmental applications and implications of nanomaterials, and (iv) water and sanitation in developing countries. Dr. Rezakazemi has coauthored numerous highly cited journal publications, conference articles and book chapters at the interface of several disciplines, including nanotechnology, materials science, water technology, gas separations processes, transport phenomena, polymer science, environmental engineering, and CFD simulation. Dr. Rezakazemi has received major awards and grants from various funding agencies in recognition of his research. Notable among these is the Khwarizmi Youth Award from the Iranian Research Organization for Science and Technology (IROST) in 2012.
• Basic and Advanced Membrane Separation Processes.
• Carbon Capture technologies (CCS).
• Desalination
• Wastewater treatment
Publons Peer Review Awards, as one of the top 1% peer reviewers 2017
Recipient of “24th Outstanding Student Award” selected by Iran Ministry of Science Research and Technology 2016
Recipient of “6th Persian Gulf Knowledge Festival”, from Persian Gulf Science and Technology Park. 2016
Recipient of “Scholarship” from Faculty of Nanotechnology, Semnan University. 2015
Recipient of “Outstanding Student Award” from UT. 2015
PhD. graduated summa Cum Laude (with honors), UT. 2015
Top 25 Hottest Articles at Progress in Polymer Science (January to March 2014).
Top 25 Hottest Articles at Progress in Polymer Science (April to June 2014).
Published a paper entitled in Progress in Polymer Science as one of the most highly regarded and highest-ranked journals (IF = 26.932) covering the general topic of polymeric science as well as membrane.2014
Elected as one of the bests of the “Regional Festival of Innovation and Development (Alborz), Iran National Elites Foundation, Semnan, Iran. 2014
Recipient of “Exceptional Graduated Student Fellowship” from Iran National Elites Foundation (INEF). 2014
Recipient of the “Best Paper Award” from UT. 2014
Recipient of “1st National Festival on Outstanding Student Thesis”, Iranian Association of Chem. Eng., Tehran, Iran. 2013
Recipient of Four-year Fellowship from Iran National Elites Foundation (INEF). 2012
Recipient of “14th Khwarizmi Youth Award”, Iranian Research Organization for Science and Technology (IROST), Tehran, Iran. 2012
Recipient of “Outstanding Researcher Award” from Chem. Eng. Department, IUST. 2012
Recipient of “Talented Student Admission” at the PhD. Level from UT. 2012
MSc. graduated summa Cum Laude (with honors), IUST. 2010
Recipient of “Industrial Foundation” for M.Sc. thesis from “Renewable Energy Organization of Iran” and “Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council”. 2010
Talented student Admission at the MSc. Level from School of Chem. Eng., IUST. 2009
BSc. graduated summa Cum Laude (with honors), IUST. 2009
Recipient of “Outstanding Student Award” from School of Chem. Eng., IUST. 2009

1)M. Rezakazemi, M. Shahverdi, S. Shirazian, T. Mohammadi, A. Pak, CFD simulation of water removal from water/ethylene glycol mixtures by pervaporation, Chemical Engineering Journal, 168, 1 (2011) 60-67, DOI:10.1016/j.cej.2010.12.034.
2)M. Rezakazemi, Z. Niazi, M. Mirfendereski, S. Shirazian, T. Mohammadi, A. Pak, CFD simulation of natural gas sweetening in a gas-liquid hollow-fiber membrane contactor, Chemical Engineering Journal, 168, 3 (2011) 1217-1226, DOI:10.1016/j.cej.2011.02.019.
3)M. Rezakazemi, Z. Niazi, M. Mirfendereski, S. Shirazian, T. Mohammadi, A. Pak, CFD simulation of natural gas sweetening in a gas-liquid hollow-fiber membrane contactor, Chemical Engineering Journal, 168, 3 (2011) 1217-1226, DOI:10.1016/j.cej.2011.02.019.
4)M. Rezakazemi, S. Shirazian, S.N. Ashrafizadeh, Simulation of ammonia removal from industrial wastewater streams by means of a hollow-fiber membrane contactor, Desalination, 285 (2012) 383-392, DOI:10.1016/j.desal.2011.10.030.
5)F. Hashemi, S. Rowshanzamir, M. Rezakazemi, CFD simulation of PEM fuel cell performance: Effect of straight and serpentine flow fields, Mathematical and Computer Modelling, 55, 3-4 (2012) 1540-1557, DOI:10.1016/j.mcm.2011.10.047.
6)S. Shirazian, M. Rezakazemi, A. Marjani, S. Moradi, Hydrodynamics and mass transfer simulation of wastewater treatment in membrane contactor, Desalination, 286 (2012), 290–295, DOI:10.1016/j.desal.2011.11.039.
7)S. Shirazian, A. Marjani, M. Rezakazemi, Separation of CO2 by single and mixed aqueous amine solvents in membrane contactors: Fluid flow and mass transfer modeling, Engineering with Computers, 28, 2 (2012) 189-198, DOI: 10.1007/s00366-011-0237-7.
8)S. Shirazian, M. Pishnamazi, M. Rezakazemi, A. Nouri, M. Jafari, S. Noroozi, A. Marjani, Implementation of finite element method for simulation of mass transfer in membrane contactors, Chemical Engineering and Technology, 35, 6 (2012) 1077-1084, DOI: 10.1002/ceat.201100397.
9)M. Rezakazemi, K. Shahidi, T. Mohammadi, Hydrogen separation and purification using crosslinkable PDMS/zeolite nanoparticle A mixed matrix membranes, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 37, 19 (2012)14576-14589, DOI:10.1016/j.ijhydene.2012.06.104.
10)M. Rezakazemi, K. Shahidi, T. Mohammadi, Sorption properties of hydrogen-selective PDMS/zeolite 4A mixed matrix membrane, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 37, 22 (2012) 17275-17284, DOI:10.1016/j.ijhydene.2012.08.109.
11)S. Shirazian, M. Rezakazemi, A. Marjani, M.S. Rafivahid, Development of a mass transfer model for simulation of sulfur dioxide removal in ceramic membrane contactors, Asia-Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering, 7, 6 (2012) 828–834, DOI: 10.1002/apj.641.
12)M. Fasihi, S. Shirazian, A. Marjani, M. Rezakazemi, Computational fluid dynamics simulation of transport phenomena in ceramic membranes for SO2 separation, Mathematical and Computer Modelling, 56, 11-12 (2012) 278-286, DOI:10.1016/j.mcm.2012.01.010.
13)M. Rostamizadeh, M. Rezakazemi, K. Shahidi, T. Mohammadi, Gas permeation through H2-selective mixed matrix membranes: Experimental and neural network modeling, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 38, 2 (2013) 1128-1135. DOI:10.1016/j.ijhydene.2012.10.069.
14)M. Rezakazemi, S. Shirazian, A. Marjani, Development of a group contribution method based on UNIFAC groups for estimation of vapor pressure of pure hydrocarbon compounds, Chemical Engineering and Technology, 36, 3 (2013) 483–491, DOI: 10.1002/ceat.201200422.
15)M. Rezakazemi, A. Ghafarinazari, S. Shirazian, A. Khoshsima, Numerical modeling and optimization of wastewater treatment using porous polymeric membranes, Polymer Engineering and Science, 53, 6 (2013) 1272-1278, DOI: 10.1002/pen.23375.
16)M. Shahverdi, B. Baheri, M. Rezakazemi, E. Motaee, T. Mohammadi, Pervaporation study of ethylene glycol dehydration through synthesized (PVA-4A)/polypropylene mixed matrix composite membranes, Polymer Engineering and Science, 53, 7 (2013) 1487–1493, DOI: 10.1002/pen.23406.
17)M. Rezakazemi, M. Iravaninia, S. Shirazian, T. Mohammadi, Transient Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Modeling of Pervaporation Separation of Aromatic/Aliphatic Hydrocarbon Mixtures Using Polymer Composite Membrane, Polymer Engineering and Science, 53, 7 (2013) 1494–1501, DOI: 10.1002/pen.23410.
18)M. Rezakazemi, T. Mohammadi, Gas sorptin through H2-selective mixed matrix membranes: Experimental and neural network modeling, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 38, 32 (2013) 14035-14041. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijhydene.2013.08.062.
19)E. Farno, M. Rezakazemi, N. Kasiri, T. Mohammadi, Ternary Gas Permeation through Synthesized PDMS Membranes: Experimental and CFD Simulation Based on Sorption Dependent System Using Neural Network Model, Polymer Engineering and Science, 54, 1 (2014) 215–226. DOI: 10.1002/pen.23555.
20)M. Rezakazemi, A. Ebadi Amooghin, M.M. Montazer-Rahmati, A.F. Ismail, T. Matsuura, State-of-the-art membrane based CO2 separation using mixed matrix membranes: An overview on current status and future directions, Progress in Polymer Science, 39, 5 (2014) 817-861. DOI:10.1016/j.progpolymsci.2014.01.003. This paper was selected twice as one of the top 25 hottest articles. IF = 26.854.
21)M. Rezakazemi, A. Vatani, T. Mohammadi, Synergistic interactions between POSS and fumed silica and their effect on the properties of crosslinked PDMS nanocomposite membranes, RSC Advances, 5, 100 (2015), 82460-82470. DOI: 10.1039/C5RA13609A.
22)B. Baheri, M. Shahverdi, M. Rezakazemi, E. Motaee, T. Mohammadi, Performance of PVA/NaA Mixed Matrix Membrane for Removal of Water from Ethylene Glycol Solutions by Pervaporation, Chemical Engineering Commuication, 202, 3 (2015) 316-321. DOI:10.1080/00986445.2013.841149.
23) M. Rezakazemi, K. Shahidi, T. Mohammadi, Synthetic PDMS composite membranes for pervaporation dehydration of ethanol, Desalination and Water Treatment 54, 6 (2015) 1542-1549. DOI:10.1080/19443994.2014.887036.
24)M. Rezakazemi, A. Vatani, T. Mohammadi, Synthesis and gas transport properties of crosslinked poly(dimethylsiloxane) nanocomposite membrane using octatrimethylsiloxy POSS nanoparticles, Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering, 30 (2016) 10-18. DOI:10.1016/j.jngse.2016.01.033.
25)SMR. Razavi, M. Rezakazemi, AB. Albadarin, S. Shirazian, Simulation of CO2 absorption by solution of ammonium ionic liquid in hollow-fiber contactors, Chemical Engineering and Processing: Process Intensification, 108 (2016) 27–34. DOI: 10.1016/j.cep.2016.07.001.
26)A. Azimi, A. Azari , M. Rezakazemi, Meisam Ansarpour, Removal of heavy metals from industrial wastewaters: a review, ChemBioEng Reviews, 4 (2017) 37-59. DOI: 10.1002/cben.201600010.
27)M. Rezakazemi, I. Heydari, Zh. Zhang, Hybrid systems: combining membrane and absorption technologies leads to more efficient acid gases (CO2 and H2S) removal from natural gas, Journal of CO2 Utilization, 18 (2017) 362-369. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jcou.2017.02.006.
28) M. Rezakazemi, A. Dashti, M. Asghari, S. Shirazian, H2-selective mixed matrix membranes modeling using ANFIS, PSO-ANFIS, GA-ANFIS, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 42, 22 (2017) 15211–15225, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2017.04.044.
29)M. Mesbah, E. Soroush, M. Rezakazemi, Development of a least squares support vector machine model for prediction of natural gas hydrate formation temperature, Chinese Journal of Chemical Engineering 25, 9 (2017) 1238-1248, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cjche.2016.09.007.
30)A. Muhammad, M. Younas, M. Rezakazemi, Quasi-dynamic modeling of dispersion-free extraction of aroma compounds using hollow fiber membrane contactor, Chemical Engineering Research and Design, 127 (2017) 52-61. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cherd.2017.09.007.
31)M. Rezakazemi, S. Mirzaei, M. Asghari, J. Ivakpour, Aluminum Oxide Nanoparticles for Highly Efficient Asphaltene Separation from Crude Oil Using Ceramic Membrane Technology, Oil & Gas Sciences and Technology - Rev. IFP Energies nouvelles, 72, 6 (2017) 34. DOI: https://doi.org/10.2516/ogst/2017031.
32)Zh. Zhang, Sh. Zhao, M. Rezakazemi, F. Chen, P. Luis, B. Van der Bruggen, Effect of flow and module configuration on SO2 absorption by using membrane contactors, Global NEST Journal 19, 4 (2017) 716-725. DOI: https://doi.org/10.30955/gnj.002267.
33)M. Rezakazemi, M. Maghami, T. Mohammadi, High Loaded Synthetic Hazardous Wastewater Treatment Using Lab-Scale Submerged Ceramic Membrane Bioreactor, Periodica Polytechnica Chemical Engineering, 62, 3 (2018) 299-304. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3311/PPch.11459.
34)M. Ahmadlou, M. Rezakazemi, Computational fluid dynamics simulation of moving-bed nanocatalytic cracking process for the lightening of heavy crude oil, Journal of Porous Media 21, 6 (2018) 539-553. DOI: 10.1615/JPorMedia.v21.i6.40.
35)R. Foroutan, H. Esmaeili, M. Abbasi, M. Rezakazemi, M. Mesbah, Adsorption behavior of Cu (II) and Co (II) using chemically modified marine algae, Environmental Technology, 39, 21 (2018) 2792-2800. DOI: 10.1080/09593330.2017.1365946.
36)Zh. Zhang, F. Chen, M. Rezakazemi, W. Zhang, C. Lu, H. Chang, X. Quan, Modeling of a CO2-Piperazine-Membrane Absorption System, Chemical Engineering Research and Design, 131 (2018) 375-384. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cherd.2017.11.024.
37)A. Dashti, H. Riasat Harami, M. Rezakazemi, Accurate prediction of solubility of gases within H2-selective nanocomposite membranes using committee machine intelligent system, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 43, 13 (2018) 6614–6624. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2018.02.046.
38)E. Soroush, Sh. Shahsavari, M. Mesbah, M. Rezakazemi, Zh. Zhang, A Robust Predictive Tool for Estimating CO2 Solubility in Potassium Based Amino Acid Salt Solutions, Chinese Journal of Chemical Engineering, 26, 4 (2018) 740-746. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cjche.2017.10.002.
39)A. Dashti, M. Asghari, H. Soleymani, M. Rezakazemi, A. Akbari, Modeling of CaCl2 removal by positively charged polysulfone-based nanofiltration membrane using artificial neural network and genetic programming, Desalination and Water Treatment, 111 (2018) 57-67. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5004/dwt.2018.22079.
40)A. Muhammad, M. Younas, M. Rezakazemi, CFD Simulation of Copper(II) Extraction with TFA in Non-Dispersive Hollow Fiber Membrane Contactors, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 25, 12 (2018) 12053–12063. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-018-1282-1.
41)M. Rezakazemi, M. Sadrzadeh, T. Matsuura, Thermally stable polymers for advanced high-performance gas separation membranes, Progress in Energy and Combusion Science, 66 (2018) 1-41. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pecs.2017.11.002. IF = 25.242. This paper was selected as one of the Top Social Media Articles.
42)M. Mesbah, Sh. Shahsavari, E. Soroush, N. Rahaei, M. Rezakazemi, Accurate prediction of miscibility of CO2 and supercritical CO2 in ionic liquids using machine learning, Journal of CO2 Utilization, 25 (2018) 99-107. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcou.2018.03.004.
43)M. Asadollahzadeh, N. Raoufi, M. Rezakazemi, S. Shirazian, Simulation of nonporous polymeric membranes using CFD for bioethanol purification, Macromolecular Theory and Simulations, 27, 3 (2018) 1700084. DOI: 10.1002/mats.201700084.
44)A. Roudbari, M. Rezakazemi, Hormones Removal from Municipal Wastewater Using Ultrasound, AMB Express, 8, 1 (2018) 91, DOI: 10.1186/s13568-018-0621-4.
45)M. Rezakazemi, A. Khajeh, M. Mesbah, Membrane filtration of wastewater from gas and oil production, Environmental Chemistry Letters, 16, 2 (2018) 367–388. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10311-017-0693-4.
46)M. Rezakazemi, A. Marjani, S. Shirazian, Organic solvent removal by pervaporation membrane technology: Experimental and Simulation, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 25, 20 (2018) 19818–19825. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-018-2155-3.
47)M. Rezakazemi, S. Shirazian, Separation performance of nanostructured ceramic membranes: analytical model development, Journal of Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics, 43, 3 (2018) 245-253. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/jnet-2018-0013.
48)M. Rezakazemi, M. Maghami, T. Mohammadi, Wastewaters Treatment Containing Phenol and Ammonium Using Aerobic Submerged Membrane Bioreactor, Chemistry Central Journal, 12, 1 (2018) 79. DOI: 10.1186/s13065-018-0450-1.
49)N. Hajilary, A. Shahi, M. Rezakazemi, Evaluation of socio-economic factors on CO2 emissions in Iran: factorial design and multivariable methods, Journal of Cleaner Production, 189 (2018) 108-115. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2018.04.067.
50)A. Sadeghi, H. Nazem, M. Rezakazemi, S. Shirazian, Predictive construction of phase diagram of ternary solutions containing polymer/solvent/nonsolvent using modified Flory-Huggins model, Journal of Molecular Liquids, 263 (2018) 282-287. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.molliq.2018.05.015.
51)M. Rezakazemi, A. Dashti, H. Riasat Harami, H. Hajilarli, Inamuddin, Fouling-resistant membranes for water reuse, Environmental Chemistry Letters, 16, 3, (2018) 715-763. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10311-018-0717-8.
52)A. Dashti, M.Asghari, M. Dehghani, M. Rezakazemi, AH. Mohammadi, S. Bhatia, Molecular Dynamics, Grand Canonical Monte Carlo and Expert Simulations and Modeling of Water–Acetic Acid Pervaporation Using Polyvinyl Alcohol/Tetraethyl Orthosilicates Membrane, Journal of Molecular Liquids, 265 (2018) 53-68. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.molliq.2018.05.078.
53)M. Rezakazemi, A. Azarafza, A. Dashti, S. Shirazian, Development of hybrid models for prediction of gas permeation through FS/POSS/PDMS nanocomposite membranes, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 43, 6, (2018) 17283-17294. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2018.07.124.
54)M. Rezakazemi, CFD Simulation of Seawater Purification Using Direct Contact Membrane Desalination (DCMD) System, Desalination, 443 (2018) 323-332 . DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.desal.2017.12.048.
55)N. Hajilary, M. Rezakazemi, CFD modeling of CO2 capture by water-based nanofluids using hollow fiber membrane contactor, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 77 (2018) 88-95. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijggc.2018.08.002.
56)N. Hajilary, M. Rezakazemi, Ethylene Glycol Elimination in Amine Loop for More Efficient Gas Conditioning, Chemistry Central Journal 12 (2018) 120. DOI: 10.1186/s13065-018-0493-3.
57)M. Rezakazemi, AB. Albadarin, GM. Walker, S. Shirazian, Quantum chemical calculations and molecular modeling for methylene blue removal from water by a lignin-chitosan blend, International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 120 (2018) 2065-2075. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2018.09.027.
58)M. Rezakazemi, M. Darabi, E. Soroush, M. Mesbah, CO2 absorption enhancement by water-based nanofluids of CNT and SiO2 using hollow-fiber membrane contactor, Separation and Purification Technology, 210 (2019) 920-926. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.seppur.2018.09.005.
59)M. Rezakazemi, S. Shirazian, Computational simulation of mass transfer in molecular separation using microporous polymeric membranes, Chemical Engineering and Technology 41, 10 (2018) 1975-1981. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/ceat.201800082.
60)M. Rezakazemi, S. Shirazian, Development of a 3D hybrid intelligent-mechanistic model for simulation of multiphase chemical reactors, Chemical Engineering and Technology 41, 10 (2018) 1982-1993. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/ceat.201800159.
61)M. Rezakazemi, S. Shirazian, Gas permeation prediction through polymeric membranes using compressible regular solution theory, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 43, 49, (2018) 22357-22364. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2018.10.087.
62)M. Rezakazemi, A. Hemmati, S. Shirazian, Cellulose acetate polymeric membrane fabrication by nonsolvent induced phase separation process: determination of velocities of individual components, Journal of Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics, 44, 1, (2019) 71-80. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/jnet-2018-0042.
63)M. Rezakazemi, S. Shirazian, Gas-Liquid phase recirculation in bubble column reactors: Development of a hybrid model based on local CFD-Adaptive Network-based Fuzzy Inference System (ANFIS), Journal of Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics 44, 1 (2019) 29-42. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/jnet-2018-0028.
64)M. Mesbah, E. Soroush, M. Rezakazemi, Modeling Dissociation Pressure of Semi-Clathrate Hydrate Systems Containing CO2, CH4, N2, and H2S in Presence of tetra-n-butyl ammonium bromide, Journal of Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics (2019). DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/jnet-2018-0015.
65)A. Dashti, H. Riasat Harami, M. Rezakazemi, S. Shirazian, Estimating CH4 and CO2 solubilities in ionic liquids using computational intelligence approaches, Journal of Molecular Liquids, 271 (2018) 661-669. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.molliq.2018.08.150.
66)M. Rezakazemi, TA. Kurniawan, AB. Albadarin, S. Shirazian, Molecular modeling investigation on mechanism of phenol removal from aqueous media by single- and multi-walled carbon nanotubes, Journal of Molecular Liquids, 271 (2018) 24-30. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.molliq.2018.08.132.
67)M. Rezakazemi, A. Mosavi, S. Shirazian, ANFIS pattern for molecular membranes separation optimization, Journal of Molecular Liquids, 274 (2019) 470-476. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.molliq.2018.11.017.
68)E. Norouzi, M. Amidpour, M. Rezakazemi, Heat recovery steam generator: Constructal thermoeconomic optimization, Applied Thermal Engineering, 148 (2019) 747-753. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.applthermaleng.2018.11.094.
69)M. Rezakazemi, N. Rahmanian, H. Jamil, S. Shirazian, Process Simulation and Evaluation of Ethane Recovery Process using Aspen-HYSYS, Chemical Engineering Transaction 70 (2018) 961-966. DOI: 10.3303/CET1870141.
70)G. Sodeifian, M. Raji, M. Asghari, M. Rezakazemi, A. Dashti, Polyurethane-SAPO-34 mixed matrix membrane for CO2/CH4 and CO2/N2 separation, Chinese Journal of Chemical Engineering, 27, 2, (2019) 322-334. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cjche.2018.03.012.
71)M. Babanezhad, M. Rezakazemi, N. Hajilary, S. Shirazian, Liquid-phase chemical reactors: Development of 3D hybrid model based on CFD-Adaptive Network-based Fuzzy Inference System, The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, (2018).
72)M. Asghari, A. Dashti, M. Rezakazemi, E. Jokar, H. Halakoei, Application of neural networks in membrane separation, Reviews in Chemical Engineering, (2018). DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/revce-2018-0011
73)N. Hajilary, M. Rezakazemi, S. Shirazian, Biofuel types and membrane separation, Environmental Chemistry Letters, (2018), DOI: 10.1007/s10311-018-0777-9.
74)N. Azizi, M. Rezakazemi, M. M. Zarei, An intelligent approach to predict gas compressibility factor using neural network model, Neural Computing and Applications, 31, 1 (2019) 55-64. DOI: 10.1007/s00521-017-2979-7.
75)M. Rezakazemi, S. Shirazian, Lignin-chitosan blend for methylene blue removal: adsorption modeling, Journal of Molecular Liquids, 274 (2019) 778-791. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.molliq.2018.11.043.
76)M. Habibi Zare, N. Hajilary, M. Rezakazemi, Microstructural modifications of polyethylene glycol powder binder in the processing of sintered alpha alumina under different conditions of preparation, Materials Science for Energy Technologies, 2 (2019) 89-95. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mset.2018.11.003.
77)M. Ayaz, A. Muhammad, M. Younas, A. Laeeq Khan, M. Rezakazemi, Enhanced water flux by fabrication of polysulfone/alumina nanocomposite membrane for copper ions removal, Macromolecular Research, (2019).
78)M. Rezakazemi, S. Shirazian, Multiscale computational modeling of organic compounds separation using microporous membranes, 142 (2019) 136-139, Desalination and Water Treatment. DOI: doi: 10.5004/dwt.2019.23502.
79)E. Soroush, M. Mesbah, N. Hajilary, M. Rezakazemi, ANFIS Modeling for Prediction of CO2 Solubility in Potassium and Sodium Based Amino Acid Salt Solutions, Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, 7, 1 (2019) 102925. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jece.2019.102925.
80)H. Riasat Harami, F. Riazi Fini, M. Rezakazemi, S. Shirazian, Sorption in Mixed Matrix Membranes: Experimental and Molecular Dynamic Simulation and Grand Canonical Monte Carlo Method, Journal of Molecular Liquid, 282 (2019) 566-576. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.molliq.2019.03.047.
81)M. Jafarizaveh, A. Khaleghi, M. Rezakazemi, Development of CFD Model for Membrane-Based Energy Recovery Ventilators, Chemical Engineering Research and Design (2019) DOI:.
82)S. Zabihi, M. Rezakazemi, S.H. Gholizadeh Moghaddam, S. Shirazian, Development of hybrid ANFIS-CFD model for design and optimization of membrane separation of benzoic acid, Journal of Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics, (2019).
83)A. Marjani, M. Rezakazemi, S. Shirazian, Simulation of Methanol Production Process and Determination of Optimum Conditions, Oriental Journal of Chemistry, 28 (2012) 145-151.
84)A. Marjani, M. Rezakazemi, S. Shirazian, Vapor Pressure Prediction Using Group Contribution Method, Oriental Journal of Chemistry, 27 (2011) 1-5.
BOOK CHAPTER
1)M. Rezakazemi, A. Dashti, N. Hajilary, S. Shirazian, Organic/Silica Nanocomposite Membranes Applicable to Green Chemistry, in: Sustainable Polymer Composites and Nanocomposites, Springer International Publishing, Cham, 2019, pp. 629-652. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-05399-4_22.
2)R. Mobin, T.A. Rangreez, H.T.N. Chisti, Inamuddin, M. Rezakazemi, Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Materials and Their Applications, in: M.A. Jafar Mazumder, H. Sheardown, A. Al-Ahmed (Eds.) Functional Polymers, Springer International Publishing, Cham, 2018, pp. 1-22. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-92067-2_33-1.
3)M. Rezakazemi, Zh. Zhang, “2.29 Desulfurization Materials” in “Comprehensive Energy Systems”, Chapter 2.29, Edited by I. Dincer, Oxford: Elsevier, Volume 2, 2018, 944-979. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-809597-3.00263-7.
4)M. Rezakazemi, M. Sadrzadeh, T. Mohammadi, T. Matsuura, “Methods for the Preparation of Organic–Inorganic Nanocomposite Polymer Electrolyte Membranes for Fuel Cells”, in “Organic-Inorganic Composite Polymer Electrolyte Membranes” Chapter 11, p.p. 311-325., ISBN: 978-3-319-52739-0, Edited by Inamuddin, A. Mohammad, A. M. Asiri, Springer, UK, 2017. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-52739-0_11.
5)M. Rezakazemi, M. Sadrzadeh, T. Mohammadi, “Separation via pervaporation techniques through polymer membranes” in “Transport Properties of Polymeric Membranes”, Volume 1, Chapter 13, p.p. 243-263., ISBN: 978-0-12-809884-4, Edited by S. Thomas, R. Wilson, A. Kumar S., S. C. Geroge, Elsevier, 2018.
6)M. Sadrzadeh, M. Rezakazemi, T. Mohammadi, “Fundamentals and measurement techniques for gas transport in polymers” in “Transport Properties of Polymeric Membranes”, Volume 2, Chapter 19, p.p. 391-423., ISBN: 978-0-12-809884-4, Edited by S. Thomas, R. Wilson, A. Kumar S., S. C. Geroge, Elsevier, 2018.

Prem KumarSeelam, DSc

ECE Unit Faculty of Technology University of Oulu Finland
I’m experienced researcher with doctoral degree (D.Sc.(Tech.)) in Chemical & Process Engineering with 5 yrs postdoctoral and 2 yrs industrial R & D experience in catalysts design, chemical processes and product development for various industrial applications. Published more than 20 journal papers and 6 book chapters in reputed journals and book publishers with H index 8, Citations 280 (Google Scholar).
Summary
Over 9 years experience in heterogeneous catalysis & chemical reaction engineering.
Specialised research areas: experimental work on:
a. Catalyst preparation methods, materials characterization, catalyst activity & stability studies.
b. Membrane reactor (MR) studies using dense Pd-based MR for reaction/separation/purification H2.
I worked on catalyst design and development for the model reactions such as biomass valorisation (glycerol & levulinic acid), CO2 methanation, steam & dry reforming of methane & alcohols, lactose oxidation and isomerization of alkanes.
Synthesis of commercial type zeolite based catalysts for clean diesel fuel & lubricants upgrading.
Mainly working on sustainable energy development, air pollution control & biofuels processing.
Published 19 peer-reviewed articles – (14 journal papers, 5 book chapters, H index 8: google scholar)
Delivered multiple international & domestic oral & poster presentations during 2008-2016.
Notable Conferences: Notable Conference presentations: Oral (NaMiBiTech, Morocco), Oral (Zing FC, USA), Oral (SkyPro, Finland), Oral (CCESC2012, Spain), Oral (Cost Action 543, UK), Poster (19th WHEC, Canada), Poster (ICCMR10, Russia) & Poster (Nordic symposium, Finland).
Research exchange visits to China (4 months in 2016-17), China (3 months in 2014), Morocco (2014 for 21 days), India (workshops, visits in 2011-12) & Italy (3 months in 2009, 4 months in 2011).
Editorial board member & Peer reviewer for the scientific journals.
ORCID ID:orcid.org/0000-0001-9016-9587
Scopus Author ID: 23052456700
Heterogeneous Catalysis
Membrane reactors
Hydrogen production technologies
Steam and dry reforming of hydrocarbons
Biomass valorisation via Hydrogenolysis
Chemical process technology
Magnus Ehrnrooth foundation for a postdoctoral research grant for one year in 2016-17.
Tekniikan Edistamissäätio competitive grant for finishing doctoral studies in 2013.
Tauno Tönningin competitive doctoral research grants in 2011 and 2010.
Finnish cultural foundation competitive travel grant to Italy in 2011.
EST (graduate school) Finland awarded competitive fellowship for 2 years (2011-2012).
STSM competitive grant award in EU exchange visit to Italy under COST Action-543 (2009).
Fortum Foundation Finland competitive PG studies grant for 2 years (2008-2009).
1. H. Mitta, P. K. Seelam, K. V. R. Chary, S. Mutyala, R. Boddula, Inamuddin, A. M. Asiri. Efficient Vapor‐Phase Selective Hydrogenolysis of Bio‐ Levulinic Acid to γ‐ Valerolactone Using Cu Supported on Hydrotalcite Catalysts. Global Challenges 1800028, 2018.
2. S. Aouad, M. Labaki, S. Ojala, P.K. Seelam, E. Turpeinen, C. Gennequin, J. Estephane, E. Aad. Chapter: A review on the catalytic dry reforming for hydrogen production, in Frontiers in Ceramic Science, Vol 2, Ed. by Dr. Cesario, Dr. Gennequin, & Prof. Macedo. Bentham Science, 69-128, 2018.
3. H. Mitta, P.K. Seelam, S. Ojala, R.L. Keiski, P. Kumar. Tuning Y-zeolite Based Catalyst with Copper for Enhanced Activity and Selectivity in Vapor Phase Hydrogenolysis of Glycerol to 1,2-Propanediol. Applied Catalysis: A General 550, 308-319, 2018.
4. M. Huuhtanen, P.K. Seelam, R.L. Keiski. Ni and Cu based catalysts in methanol and ethanol steam reforming: in H2 production and separation/purification, edited by A. Basile, F. Dalena, J. Tong, N. Veziroglu, The Institution of Engineering and Technology, 103-117, 2017.
5. P.K. Seelam, A.-R. Rautio, M. Huuhtanen, K. Kordás, R.L. Keiski. Low temperature steam reforming of ethanol over advanced carbon nanotube based catalysts. Green Processing Synthesis, 4, 355-368, 2015.
6. A.-R. Rautio, P.K. Seelam, P. Mäki-Arvela, M. Huuhtanen, R.L. Keiski, K. Kordas. Carbon supported catalysts in low temperature steam reforming of ethanol: Study of catalyst performance. RSC Advances 5, 49487-49492, 2015.
7. S. Ojala, N. Koivikko, T. Laitinen, A. Mouammine, P.K. Seelam, S. Azalim, K. Ainassaari, R. Brahmi, R.L. Keiski. Utilization of volatile organic compounds as an alternative for destructive abatement. Catalysts 5, 1092-1151, 2015.
8. A. Drif, N. Bion, R. Brahmi, S. Ojala, E. Turpeinen, P.K. Seelam, L. Pirault-Roy, R.L. Keiski, F. Epron. Study of the dry reforming of methane and ethanol using Rh catalysts supported on doped alumina. Applied Catalysis A: General 504, 576-584, 2015.
9. R. Keiski, T. Kolli, P.K. Seelam, K. Shafqat, A. Valtanen, M. Huuhtanen. Photocatalytic conversion of alcohols in Alcohols and bio-alcohols: characteristics, production and use (ed.) Dr. A. Basile and F. Dalena, Nova Publishers, 1-20, 2014.
10.R. Keiski, M. Huuhtanen, P. Satu, P.K. Seelam, E. Turpeinen, R. Koskinen. CO2 Conversion to Synthetic Natural Gas (SNG) in CO2 Capture & Conversion Program, TCGR, 53-74, Oct 2013.
11.P.K. Seelam, M. Huuhtanen, R. Keiski. Microreactors and membrane microreactors: fabrication and application in Handbook of Membrane reactors (ed.) Dr. A.Basile, Woodhead publisher vol 2, 188-235, 2013.
12.M. Huuhtanen, P.K. Seelam, E. Turpeinen, R. Keiski. Advances in catalysts for membrane reactors, in Handbook of Membrane reactors (ed.) Dr. A. Basile, Woodhead publisher, vol. I, 401-432, 2013.
13.P.K. Seelam, S. Liguori, A. Iulianelli, P. Pinacci, V. Calabrò, M. Huuhtanen, R. Keiski, V. Piemonte, S. Tosti, M. Falco, A. Basile. Hydrogen production from bio-ethanol steam reforming reaction in a Pd/PSS membrane reactor, Catalysis Today 193, 42-48, 2012.
14.S. Liguori, P. Pinacci, P.K. Seelam, R. Keiski, V. Calabrò, A. Basile, A. Iulianelli. Performance of a Pd/PSS membrane reactor to produce high purity hydrogen via WGS reaction, Catalysis Today 193, 87-94, 2012.
15.A. Iulianelli, P.K. Seelam, S. Liguori, T. Longo, R. Keiski, V. Calabrò, A. Basile. Hydrogen production for PEM fuel cell gas phase reforming of glycerol as byproduct of bio-diesel use of a Pd-Ag membrane reactor at middle reaction temperature, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 36, 3827-3834, 2011.
16.P.K. Seelam, M. Huuhtanen, A. Sápi, K. Kordás, M. Szabó, E. Turpeinen, R. L. Keiski. CNT-based catalysts for hydrogen production by ethanol reforming, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 35, 12588-12595, 2010.
17.A. Iulianelli, T. Longo, S. Liguori, P.K. Seelam, R.L. Keiski and A. Basile. Oxidative steam reforming of ethanol over Ru/Al2O3 catalyst in a dense Pd-Ag membrane reactor to produce hydrogen for PEM fuel cells, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 34, 8558-8565, 2009.
18.A.V. Tokarev, E.V. Murzina, P.K. Seelam, N. Kumar, D.Yu. Murzin. Influence of surface acidity in lactose oxidation supported Pd catalyst 4 4
19.N. Kumar, O. Russu, P.K. Seelam, T. Heikkilä, V-P. Lehto, H. Karhu, T. Salmi, D.Yu. Murzin. Pt-modified MCM-22, ZSM-5 and beta zeolite catalysts for n-butane isomerization: influence of structure, acidity and Pt modification. Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis 172, 153-156, 2007.
PUBLICATIONS INTENDED FOR PROFESSIONAL COMMUNITIES (2017-2009)
1. P.K. Seelam, H. Sreenivasan, S. Pitkäaho, S. Ojala, R. Keiski, M. Illikainen.Overview and Insight on Geopolymer based Heterogeneous Catalytic Materials (oral) in STEPsCON 2018 - International Scientific Conference on Sustainability and Innovation, Leverkusen, Germany, 7 Dec 2018.
2. P.K. Seelam, Low temperature steam reforming of ethanol over CNT-based catalysts (oral) in NaMiBiTech conference, Akhawayn University Ifrane, Morocco, 26-28 Oct 2014.
3. P.K. Seelam, in-situ FT-IR spectroscopic studies on CO2/CH4 adsorption & reaction studies. (oral) NoWaste project: Marie Curie FP7 workshop, Chouaib Doukkali University, El Jadida, Morocco, Oct 2014.
4. S. Ojala, K. Ainassaari, T. Laitinen, N. Koivikko, A. Mouammine, E. Turpeinen, P.K. Seelam, R. Keiski, et al. No-Waste –project – Environmental applications for waste and emissions. Nano Micro and Bio Technology Conference (Poster), Ifrane, Morocco, 27 Oct 2014.
5. P.K. Seelam, A.-R. Leino, M. Huuhtanen, K. Kordas, R.L. Keiski. Renewable hydrogen from ethanol: Reforming at low temperatures over Ni supported catalysts, SkyPro Conference for clean air technologies, oral and book of abstracts, p. 27–30, University of Oulu, 12 Nov 2013.
6. P.K. Seelam, M. Huuhtanen, R.L. Keiski. Renewable Hydrogen from Ethanol Reforming at Mild Temperature over Ni Supported ZSM-5 Catalysts (accepted as oral but not presented), Zing Conferences: Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Conference, Napa Valley, California, USA, 12-15 Jul 2013.
7. P.K. Seelam, N. Cochin, E. Turpeinen, A.-R. Leino, K. Kordas, M. Huuhtanen, R.L. Keiski. Novel bimetallic NiPt/CNT and NiZnO/CNT catalysts for Bio-Ethanol Steam Reforming, International Symposium on Catalysis for Clean Energy Sustainable Chemistry (CCESC2012) O-08 (oral), Madrid, Spain, 27-29 Jun 2012.
8. P.K. Seelam, N. Cochin, E. Turpeinen, A. Leino, K. Kordas, M. Huuhtanen, R.L. Keiski. Novel bimetallic NiPt/CNT and NiZnO/CNT catalysts for bioethanol steam reforming, 15 Nordic Symposium on Catalysis (poster), P-45, book of abstracts, Mariehamn, Finland, 10-12 Jun 2012.
9. P.K. Seelam, Novel Ni/CNT catalysts for Bio-Ethanol Steam Reforming: Effect of Pt and ZnO addition (Session young scientist: abstract accepted as poster but not presented), 19th World Hydrogen Energy Conference, Toronto, Canada, 3-7 Jun 2012.
10.R.L. Keiski, P.K. Seelam, E. Turpeinen, M. Huuhtanen. Hydrogen production by steam reforming of alcohols over CNT-based catalysts for fuel cell applications, 1st Int. Symposium Intermetallic Compounds in Methanol Steam Reforming (oral), Berlin, Germany, 18-20 Sep 2011.
11.P.K. Seelam, S. Liguori, A. Iulianelli, P. Pinacci, V. Calabrò, M. Huuhtanen, R. Keiski, V. Piemonte, A. Basile. Hydrogen production from bio-ethanol, steam reforming reaction in a PSS supported palladium membrane reactor, PS-19, p. 154-155, Book of abstracts and poster presentation at ICCMR10 Conference, St. Petersburg/Russia, 20-24 Jun 2011.
12.A. Iulianelli, S. Liguori, P.K. Seelam, P. Pinacci, V. Calabrò, R. Keiski, A. Basile. An outlook on hydrogen production from ethanol reforming reactions through inorganic membrane reactor technology, COST Action 543 final evaluation, Budapest, Hungary, 10-13 May 2011.
13.P.K. Seelam, poster and oral presentation on Hydrogen Production from Steam Reforming of Bio-derived Alcohols for Fuel Cell Applications at Graduate School of Energy Science and Technology (EST) annual seminar, Jyväskylä, 8-9 Dec 2010.
14.P.K. Seelam, poster and oral presentation on Hydrogen Production from Steam Reforming of Bio-derived Alcohols for Fuel Cell Applications at Graduate School of Energy Science and Technology (EST) annual seminar, Jyväskylä, 8-9 Dec 2010.
15.M. Huuhtanen, P.K. Seelam, A. Avila, E. Turpeinen, A. Leino, M. Wu, A. Sapi, Z. Konya, K. Kordás, R.L. Keiski. H2 production from bio-based materials by photocatalysis and steam reforming, SkyPro Conference for clean air technologies, in Northern Finland, book of abstracts, p. 82–84, University of Oulu, 3 Jun 2010.
16.A. Iulianelli, P.K. Seelam, T. Longo, S. Liguori, M. Huuhtanen, R. Keiski, A. Basile. Hydrogen from glycerol steam reforming in a dense Pd-Ag membrane reactor: first experimental results (Oral by Iulianelli), ESF COST 543 Workshop, ENEA Frascati Research Center, Rome, Italy, 9-10 Mar 2009. 5 5
17.M. Huuhtanen, P.K. Seelam, E. Turpeinen, K. Kordás, R.L. Keiski. Hydrogen production by bio-ethanol reforming for small-scale fuel cell applications in Paukkeri A, Ylä-Mella J & Pongracz E (eds.) Energy Research at the University of Oulu, Proceedings of the EnePro Conference, p. 24-27, 3 June 2009.
18.A. Iulianelli, P.K. Seelam, T. Longo, S. Liguori, R. Keiski, V. Calabrò, A. Basile. Hydrogen production for PEM fuel cell by gas phase reforming of glycerol as a byproduct of bio-diesel. 3rd European Fuel Cell Technology and Applications, EFC09 Congress, Rome (Italy) Proceedings: p. 267-268, 15-18 Dec 2009.
19.M. Huuhtanen, E. Turpeinen, P.K. Seelam, K. Kordás, R.L. Keiski. CNT based catalysts for H2 production by bioethanol reforming, EUROPACAT IX Congress, Conference publication, Catalysis for a sustainable world, p. 1-2, Salamanca, pain, 1 Sep 2009.

Iran Alemzadeh, PhD

Professor Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering Sharif University of Technology Tehran, Iran
Education
B.Sc. Chemistry Science and Engineering, 1972, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran IRAN.
M.Sc.Food Science and Technology, 1979, Institute National des Science Appliquees (INSA), Toulouse FRANCE.
Ph.D.Food Science and Technology 1982, Institute National des Science Appliquees (INSA) Toulouse France.
Enzyme Technology, Biotechnology, Food Science and Technology, Water and Wastewater Treatment.
Honors and Awards
-Sharif University of Technology, Graduate fellowship (78-79), French Government and -Sharif University (78-82).
-Selected woman awarded the special Honor Diploma of the festival: The first Scientific, cultural and artistic of the Renowned Woman of IRAN, presented by consultant of president, 16-19 June 1999, Tehran.
-Sharif University of Technology: awarded for publication and presentation the papers, during 2001 and 2002, year, Tehran.
-Sharif University of Technology, awarded for Anniversary Celebration of the establishment of Sharif University of Technology, 2006.
- Selected scientist in food science and technology (Dr. Hedayat Prizi).December 2008
- Selected Scientist awarded by President Dr. Ahmadinejad, June 2009, Tehran.
-12thFestival of Appreciation of Selective researchers and Technologist, Ministry of Science, November 2011, Tehran
-Certificate of Appreciation dedication service in the peer review of a manuscript submitted to ACS (ACS publication) 2011
-Selected Reviewer for the journal of water and wastewater 2015 and 2016(1394and1395)
1. Books
Enzyme Processing – Third Edition: 2015(1394)
Food Biotechnology First Edition :2013(1392)
Food Biochemistry: First Edition:2010
1.1. Text books:
- Food Biochemistry,
-Food Chemistry,
-Industrial Biochemistry
- Petroleum Chemistry
- Enzyme Lab.
- Food Science and Technology Lab.
-Microbiology Lab
2. Total Numbers of: Journals papers, National, International Presentation and Sharif Proceeding: 353
- Refereed papers: National and International: 138
- National Presentation: 107
- International Presentation: 76
- Sharif Proceeding: 32
2. Refereed papers
1. “Bacterial Flocculation using sodium bentonite as aid agent” I.Alemzadeh, Y.Maeda and A.Fazeli, J. Fermentation Technology, 55(2) (1977).
2. “Invertase covalent grafting onto corn stove” P. Monsan, D. Combs and I. Alemzadeh. Biotechnol. Bioeng. 24, 658-664(1984).
3. “Sucrose inversion by Saccharomyces yeast cell immobilized on to corn grits” I. Alemzadeh and M.Vossoughi, IjE 2(1989).
4. “Treatment wastewater using pilot scale tricling filter” M.Vossoughi and I. Alemzadeh, IJE 5(1992)
5. “Hydrolysis Kinetics of lactose in cheese whey using immobilized ß- Galactosidase “I. Alemzadeh, Iranian J. Chem Eng. 10, 50-54(1991) English and persian)
6. A study of microbial problems and their control in the oilfield waters, M. Vossoughi and I. AlemzadehWat.sci. Tech. 25(3)(1992).
7. “Treatment of dairy wastewater using pilot scale” M. Vosoughi and I. Alemzadeh, J. Eng.IRI5, 3, 4(1992).
8. “Preparation of pullulan polymer and kinetics of production” I. Alemzadeh and M. Vosoughi, J. Polymer Sci. and Technol. 7,3 (1994) (Persian).
9. “Controlled release of nutrient from hydrogel polymers” M. Vosoughi and I. Alemzadeh, J. Polymer Sci. and Technol. 7,2 (1994).
10. “Comparison of biocide treatment in controlling microbial population in cutting systems”I. Alemzadeh and m. Vossoughi, Journal of eng. 4(10(1994).
11. Biocide treatment in controlling microbial population in cutting systems, I. Alemzadeh, Iranian Journal of Science and technology, 19(1)(1995).
12. “Controlled release of herbicide from a water - insoluble polysaccharide hydrogel produced by Cellumonas flanigena” M.Vosoughi , I. Alemzadeh and L.T.Fan, Iranian J. of Sci. & Technol. 21,(20) (1997).
13. “The Mechanism of chromium biosorption by Saccharomyces cerevisiae”I. Alemzadeh and M.Vossoughi IJE10(1997).
14. “Kinetics of acetic acid production in batch fermentation I.Alemzadeh, M.Vosoughi and H. Saifi, Ir. J. Chem. Eng. 17(2) (1998) (Persian).
15. “Use of date honey in the formulation of nutritious creamy food” I.Alemzadeh, M.Vosoughi,A.Keshavarz and V. Maghsoodi, IR. Agric Res. 16 (2), (1997).
16. “Controlled release of acetaminophene from polyethyl cellulose polymer delivery system” I. Alemzadeh and M. Vosoughi Polymer Sci. and Technol. 12,(3), (1999) (Persian).
17. Toluene wastewater treatment by biological aerobic film, I. Alemzadeh and m. Vossoughi, Water and wastewater, 32(1999). (Persian).
18. Some investigation on bioflocculant producing bacteria, h. Salehizadeh, M. Vossoughi and I. Alemzadeh,Biochemical Eng Journal,. 5(2000).
19. “An investigation of chemical and physical properties of Kordestan (Iran) acorn” I.Alemzadeh, M.Vosoughi,and V.Maghsoodi, J.Agr. Sci. Tech.2 (2000).
20. “Treatment of phenol containing wastewater by an activated sludge system” M. Vosoughi, I. Alemzadeh and A.M.Eshraghi Water and Wastewater J. 36, (2000). (Persian)
21. Microbial population control in emulsion oil I. Alemzadeh and M. Vossoughi Scientia Iranica, 7(2)(2000).
22. “Treatment of baker yeast wastewater”. P.Nahid, M. Vosoughi and I.Alemzadeh, Process Biochem. 37, (2001).
23. Characteristic and application of biosurfactant, I. Alemzadeh, S. Tarahomjoo and P. Moslehi, Sharif journal, 20(2001).
24. Biodegradation of toluene by an attached biofilm in a rotating biological contactor, I Alemzadeh and M. Vossoughi Process Biochem. 36(2001).
25. Oil biodegradation in sea water, I. Alemzadeh and M. Vossoughi Iranian Journal of Sci. Technol.25(1)(2001).
26. Characteristics of a biopolymer flocculant produced by Bacillus subtilis sp.As-101, m. Vossoughi, I. Alemzadeh and h. Salehizadeh, Scientia iranica 8(3)(2001).
27. “Some investigation on remediation of PAH contaminated soil”. M.Vosoughi, S. Yaghmaei and I. Alemzadeh, Int J. of Engineering, 15(2) (2002).
28. Phenol biodegradation by rotating biological contactor, I. alemzadeh, M. Vossoughi and M. Hushmandi, Biochemical Eng. Journal, 11(2002).
29. “Computer Simulation of contaminated soil intrinsic remediation “ . S.Yaghmaei, M. Vosoughi and I.Alemzadeh, Iranian J. of Sci. and Technology, 26, 2002.
30. “Date syrup and baker yeast production” I. Alemzadeh and M. Vosoughi, Industrial Engineering Chemistry Research, 41, ( 2002).
31. “Controlled release of paraquat from poly vinyl alcohol hydrogel” I. Alemzadeh and M. Vosoughi, Chemical Engineering and Processing 41, (2002).
32. “Optimization the effect of enzymes on the increase in oil recovery from soybean and sunflower oil seed” I. Alemzadeh, M. Vosoughi and J.Jafari, Amirkabir, 13(52), (2002) (Persian)
33. “Treatment of phenolic compound on olive mill wastewater” I. Alemzadeh and A.R. Nazemi, Water and Wastewater, 41, (1992) (Persian).
34. “Surfactant production with enzymatic method” S. Tarahomjoo and I.Alemzadeh, Enzyme and Microbial Technology, 33 (2003).
35. “Performance of anaerobic baffled reactor treating synthetic wastewater influenced by decreasing COD/SO4 ratio” M.Vossoughi, M.Shakeri, and I.Alemzadeh, Chemical Engineering and processing, 42(2003).
36. Phenol removal by rotating biological contactor(RBC), M. Hushmandi, M. Vossoughi and I. Alemzadeh, Journal of Science and Technology, 14(3)(2003) Persian.
37. “Determination of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in Persian Gulf and its degradability P. Nahid, M. Vossoughi, I. Alemzadeh, M. Borghei, and S. Sanati, Water and Wastewater, 51(2004) (Persian).
38. “Production of low ester (LM) pectin by de-esterification of high (HM)apple pectin”I. Alemzadeh, A.A. Safekordi, Kahforooshan and Nahid, Scientia Iranica, 12(2005).
39. “Determination and remediation of petroleum pollutant in soil of Persian Gulf Coast” M. Vossoughi, P.Moslehi, I. Alemzadeh, M.Borghei, D. Rashtchian, and A. Sanati, Water and wastewater, 49(2005) (Persian).
40. “Some investigation on remediation of sediment in Persian gulf coast” M. Vossoughi, P. Moslihi and I. Alemzadeh, International Journal of Engineering, 18 (2005).
41. “Effect of parameters on quality and water absorption of pectin gel” B. Ebrahimi, I. Alemzadeh and A. Safekordi, IJCCE, 24 (2006) (Persian).
42. “Physico-Chemical treatment of olive mill wastewater by rotating contactor reactor” I. Alemzadeh and A. Nazemi, IJCCE 25(2006).
43. “Use of modified bentonite for phenolic adsorption in treatment of olive mill wastewater” S. M. Mousavi, I. Alemzadeh and M. Vossoughi, Iranian Journal of Science and Technology30(2006).
44.Gasoline sulfur removal by immobilized Rhodococcus p32C1on polymeric materials, H.Nazem Bokaei, M. Vossoughi and I. Alemzadeh, IJCChe 25(3)(2006)(Persian).
45. “Effect of stirrer speed and aeration rate on the production of glucose oxidase”, A. Jafari, M. Sarafzadeh, I. Alemzadeh and M. Vossoughi, J.Biological Sci. (2007).
46. “Bioremediation of PAHs for the Persian gulf water by RBCp and membrane contactors” P. Nahid, M. Vossoughi, I. Alemzadeh and A. Sanati¸ Water and wastewater 62(2007) Persian.
47. “Determination and optimization of phenylalanine extraction by emulsion liquid membrane water/oil/water” E. Mohagheghi, M. Vossoughi and I. Alemzadeh, ICCHE 27(2008) Persian.
48. “Date syrup sugars separation by ion exchange chromatography”, M. Jamshidi, M. Vossoughi and I. Alemzadeh, IJCCE 26(2007) Persian.
49. “Sugar beet pulp, determination and drying” I. Alemzadeh, S. Galeshi, M. Hoseini and N. Torbati, Sharif Journal, 41 (2008) Persian.
50. “Investigation into some parameters affecting pectin gel quality” B. Ebrahimi, I. Alemzadeh and A. Safekordi, Scientia Iranica 14(2)(2007).
51. “Optimization of HFDS production from date syrup”, M.Jamshidi, I. Alemzadeh and M. Vossoughi, I.J.E.21(2008).
52. “Penicillin production and purification”, I. Alemzadeh, M.Mirzaei, and A. Kazemi, Chemical Engineering Journal, 6(34)(2008) Persian.
53. “Study and optimization of amino acid extraction by emulsion liquid membrane” E. Mohagheghi, I. Alemzadeh and M. Vossoughi Separation Science and Technology, 43 (11-12) (2008).
54. “Immobilization of Acidithiobacillus ferrooxidans on monolithic packing for biooxidation” E.Kahrizi, I. Alemzadeh and M. Vossoughi, IJB,6(3)(2008).
55. “Enzymatic removal of Phenolic pollutant from industrial wastes” I.Alemzadeh and F. Mirzaei, Water and Wastewater J. 68(2008) Persian.
56. “Removal of phenol with encapsulated horseradish peroxidase in calcium alginate”, S. Nejati and I. Alemzadeh IJCCE28(2), (2008).
57. “Milk cholesterol reduction using immobilized Lactobacillus acidophilus” S. Serajzadeh and i. Alemzadeh, Int. Journal of Food Eng. 4(8),(2008).
58. “Biooxidation of ferrous ions by Acidithiobacillus ferroxidans”, E. Kahrizi, I.Alemzadeh and M. vossoughi, J. Chemical Technology and Biotechnology 84(2008).
59. “Application of a free volume model in correlating thermodynamic properties of B-lactam, tetracycline anthibiotic groups in associating fluids”, G.Pazuki, V.Taghikhani, M.Vossoughi and I. Alemzadeh, Chemical Eng. Research & design,87(3),(2008).
60. “Study of the first isolated fungus capable of heavy crude oil “ S. Torkamani, J. Shayegan, S. Yaghmaei and I. Alemzadeh, Ind. Eng.Che.Res.47(2008).
61. “Study of a newly isolated thermophilic bacterium capable of kuhemond heavy crude oil” S. Torkamani, J. Shayegan, S. Yaghmaei and I. Alemzadeh J. Chem. Technol. Biotechnol.1(83),(2008).
62. “Bioconjugation of interferon-alpha molecules to lysine capped gold nanoparticle”, A.Ghorbani, M. Zeinali, M. Vossoughi and I. Alemzadeh, J. Dispersion Sci. and Technol. 29(8), (2008).
63.” Beet pigment, Food utilization and suitable drayer” p. Nahid, I. alemzadeh and R. Shahidi, Iranian Journal of Chemical Eng. 5(2008)(Persian).
64. “Self assembly of tryptophan capped gold nanoparticle onto DNA”, Z. Sheikholeslami, M. Vossoughi and I. Alemzadeh, J. Dispersion Sci. and Technol.6(10), (2009).
65. “Phenol removal by immobilized HRP “ I. Alemzadeh and S. Nejati, J.Hazardous Material 166(2009).
66. “Conjugation of Amphotericin B to Carbon…”S. Goghgini, M. Vossoughi, A. Kazemi and I. Alemzadeh. Eng. Letters17(4),(2009).
67. “Removal of Phenols from Wastewater with Encapsulated…” I. Alemzadeh, S. Nejati and M. Vossoughi and I. Eng. Letters17(4),(2009).
68. “The Study on plant Polymer: Pectin; Production and Modification” I. Alemzadeh. I. journal of Eng. 22(2009).
69. “Turnip(brassica rapa)peroxidase purification & characterization, S. Motamed, F. Ghaemmaghami and I. Alemzadeh. Industrial Eng. Chem. Res. 48(23), (2009).
70. “ Fabrication of metal nanowires based on self...” Sheikholeslami, M. Vossoughi and I. Alemzadeh. Int. J. Nanotechnology. 6(10), (2009).
71. “The study on microbial polymers: pullulan and PHB”I. Alemzadeh. IJCCE 28(1),(2009).
72. Soy peroxide purification and characteristic determination, S. Motamed and I. Alemzadeh, ICChe, 28(2009) Persian.
73. “Meas urement partition coefficient of B amylase and glucoamylase…”S. Shahriari, G.R. Pazuki, M. Vossoughi, V. Taghikhani, I. Alemzadeh and A. A. Saifkordi. Fluid Phase Equilibria.(2010)
74. “Enzymatic synthesis of amoxicillin with immobilized penicillin G acylase” I. Alemzadeh, G. Borghei, L. Vafi and R. Roostaazad. Scientia Iranica (2010).
75. “Synthesis of Folate-Modified, Polyethylene Glycol-Functionalized…” B. Asadishad, M. Vossoughi, I. Alemzadeh and A Tavakoli, J. Dispersion Sci. and Technol 31(2010).
76.“In-vitro Release Behavior and Cytotoxicity of Doxorubicin-loaded Gold..” B. Asadishad, M. Vossoughi, and I. Alemzadeh. BIOTECHNOLOGY LETTERS, 32(2010).
77.” Folate-Receptor-Targeted Delivery of Doxorubicin Using Polyethylene..” Industrial Eng. Chem. Res. B. Asadishad, M. Vossoughi, and I. Alemzadeh. 49(2010)
78. “Production of L-asparaginase from Escherichia coli ATCC 11303: Optimization by Response Surface Methodology”. L. Dashtban, i. Alemzadeh and V. Maghsoodi, Food and Bioproducts Processing, 89(2010).
79. “Measurement partition coefficient of B amylase and glucoamylase”.S. shahriari, V. Taghikhani, M. Vossoughi, A.Safekordi, I. Alemzadeh and G. Pazuki, Fluid Phase Equilibria, 292(2010).
80. “Partitioning of L-Lysine Monohydrochloride in Aqueous Two-Phase Systems of Poly(ethylene glycol) and Dipotassium Hydrogen Phosphate or Trisodium Citrate 5-Hydrate”. M.Mirsiaghi, g. Pazuki, M. Vossoughi and I. Alemzadeh, Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data, 55(2010).
81. “ Modeling of Osmotic Pressure of Aqueous Poly (ethylene glycol) Solutions Using the Artificial Neural Network and Free Volume Flory-Huggins Model, A. Tavakoli, G. Pazuki, M. Vossoughi and I. Alemzadeh, Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology, 32(2010).
82. “Low Cholesterol Milk Production, Using Cholesterol oxidase from Nocardia erythropolis, S. Serajzadeh and I. Alemzadeh, Austrian Journal of Dairy Technology,65(1)(2010).
83. “Seed Coat Soybean Peroxidase: Extraction” F. ghaemmaghami, I. Alemzadeh and S. Motamed, Iranian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 7(2010) Persian.
84. ‘Experimental Study and Mathematical Modeling of Partitioning of ?-Amylase and Amyloglucosidase in PEG - Salt Aqueous Two-Phase Systems” s. Shahriari, M. Vossoughi, V. Taghikhani, A.Safekordi and I. Alemzadeh, Journal of Chemical and engineering Data, 55(2010).
85. “Improvement of palm oil and sunflower oil blends by enzymatic interestrification”.Z. Kuchakyazdi and I. Alemzadeh, International journal of Food Science and Technology, 46(2011).
86. “Studies on the oxygen barrier and mechanical properties of low density”A dadfar, I. Alemzadeh, R. dadfar and M. vossoughi, Materials & Design, 32(2011).
87. “Determination of cholesterol reduction by lactobacillus acidophilus, S. Serajzadeh and I. Alemzadeh, Chemical engineering Journal 9(2011) Persian.
88. “Determination of antioxidant component and activity of rice bran extract” F. Arab, I. Alemzadeh and V. Maghsoudi, Scientia Iranica, 18(2011).
89. “Optimization of dilute-acid pretreatment conditions for enhancement sugar recovery and enzymatic hydrolysis of wheat straw”B. Satari, I. M. Vossoughi and Alemzadeh , Biosystem Engineering, 11(2011).
90. “Determination of sun flower and palm oil mixture on qualitative parameters” z. yazdi and I. Alemzadeh, Journal of food Science and Technology 1(2011) Persian,
91. “Xylanase production under solid state fermentation by Aspergillus niger” S. S. Shahi, I. Alemzadeh, M. Khanahmadi and R. Roostaazad, IJE, 24(3)(2011). Referred Papers from 2012-2017 (1391-1396)
92. “Optimization of Lipase immobilization” S. Sayyar, I. Alemzadeh and A. Kazemi, IJE, 25(1)(2012).
93. “Nano Reengineering of Horseradish Peroxidase with Dendritic Macromolecules for Stability enhancement” A. khosravi, M. Vossoughi, M. Shahrokhian, and I. Alemzadeh, Enzyme and Microbial Technology, 50(1)(2012).
94. “Separation of sunflower and palm oil and determination by GC method”, Z. Yazdi and I. Alemzadeh, Science and Technology of Separation Journal, 1(2012) Persian.
95. “Monodispersed Polymeric Nanoparticles Fabrication by Electrospray Atomization” Ali Zarabi, M. Vossoughi, I. Alemzadeh and Mohammad Chitsaz, International Journal of Polymeric Materials, 61(8) (2012).
96. “Petroleum wastes treatment by Baffeled bioreactor“ M. Zolfaghari, I. Alemzadeh , M. Vossoughi and N. Tafti, Water and wastewater journal 1(2012) Persian.
97.” Two nano structured polymers: Polyaniline nanofibers and new lineardendritic matrix of Poly(citric acid)-block-poly(ethylene glycol) copolymers for environmental monitoring in novel biosensor”A.Shamloo, M. Vossoughi, I. Alemzadeh, A.Tavakoli and M. Darvish, International Journal of Polymeric materials, 62(2012).
98.“Modeling and Comparison of Different Simulations for Release of Amoxicillin From Chitosan Hydrogels” E. B. Mirzaei, A. S. A. Ramazani, M. Shafiee, I. Alemzadeh, and H. Ebrahimi, Polymer-Plastics Technology and Engineering, 52: 1–7( 2013).
99. “Magnetic labelled HRP–polymer nanoparticles: a recyclable nanobiocatalyst” A. Khosravi, M.Vossoughi, S. Shahrokhian, I. Alemzadeh. Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society, 77(0)(2013).
100.” Functional properties of biodegradable corn starch nanocomposites for food packaging applications” A.Heidari, I.Alemzadeh and M.Vossoughi . Materials & De sign.50(1) (2 013).
101.” Encapsulation of peppermint oil with Arabic Gum - Gelatin by complex coacervation method”H. Pakzad, I.Alemzadeh and A. Kazemi. International Journal of Engineering, 26(8)(2013).
102. “HRP-dendron: The efficient biocatalyst for enzymatic polymerization of poly(2,5-dimethoxyaniline). A. Khosravi, M.Vossoughi, S. Shahrokhian, I. Alemzadeh. Journal of Molecular Catalysis B-Enzymatic. 90(2013).
103. “Influence of glycerol and clay nanoparticles content on biodegradability of corn starch nanocomposites”A. Heidari, I. Alemzadeh and M. Vossoughi. International Journal of Engineering,27(2) 2014.
104. “An efficient approach to cathode operational parameters optimization for microbial fuel Cell using response surface methodology” Mohammadreza Hosseinpour, *Manouchehr Vossoughi , Iran Alemzadeh” Journal of Environmental Health Science & Engineering12(33) (JEHSE), 2014.
105.“Oily Wastewater Treatment Using Membrane Bioreactor”.M. Safa, I. Alemzadeh and M. Vossoughi, international journal of global warming,6(2/3) 2014.
106. “Effects of electrophoretic deposition parameters on photocatalytic activity of TiO2films:” M. Moein, M. Feilizadeh, M. Vossoughi and I. Alemzadeh , Colloids and Surface a-physicochemical and Engineering Aspects,452( 2014).
107-Biodegradability of oily wastewater using rotating biological contactor combined with an external membrane, Mahdieh Safa, Iran Alemzadeh* 6 and Manouchehr Vossoughi, Journal of Environmental Health Science & Engineering, 12(117)(2014).
108“Stearic acid sorbitan production”A.Amonmahalati, I. Alemzadeh, journal of chemistry and chemical engineering, 33(3)(2014)Persian.
109- “Optimization of operating parameters for efficient photocatalytic inactivation of Escherichia coli based on a statistical design of experiments” Mehrdad feilizadeh
Iran Alemzadeh, Amin Delparish, M.R. Karimi Estahbanati, Mahdi Soleimani, Yasser Jangjou and Amin Vosoughi, Water Science and Technology, 72(1) 2015.
110. “Optimal Medium Composition to Enhance Poly-?-hydroxybutyrate Production by Ralstonia eutropha Using Cane Molasses as Sole Carbon Source” Ali Bozog, M.Vossoughi, A. Kazemi and I.Alemzadeh, Applied Food Biotechnology, 2(3) 2015.
111. “Enhancement of L-asparaginase Production by Candida utilis in a 13L Fermenter and its Purification” V, Momeni, I. Alemzadeh and M.Vossoughi, International Journal of Engineering, 28(8) 2015.
112.“ “Purification and Zymography of Lipase from Aspergillus niger PTCC 5010” Mahdieh Ghamari, I. Alemzadeh, F. Tabatabei , M.Vossoughi and M.Varidi, IJE, 28(8)2015.
113. “Optimization of culture media for lipase production by Aspergillus niger by response surface method” Mahdieh Ghamari, F. Tabatabei, I. Alemzadeh, M.Vossoughi and M.Varidi, Food Science and technology journal, Food industry association, 1(1)(2016)Persian.
114. “Evaluation of Trichloroethylene degradation by starch supported Fe/Ni nanoparticles via response surface methodology” Razieh Nikroo, I.Alemzadeh, M.Vossoughi and Kamran Haddadian, Water Science and Technology 1(73) 2016.
115. “Lipase catalyzed incorporation of conjugated linoleic acid by transesterification into sunflower oil applying immobilized lipase (lipozyme TL IM and IM RM)” zahra kuchakyazdi and I. Alemzadeh , IJE ,29(4)2016.
116. “Ethylene glycol biodegradation in microbial fuel cell” Mohamadreza Hosseinpour
Maryam Asadi, Tahmineh Rahmani, M.Vossoughi and I. Alemzadeh, Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects, 38(8)2016.
117. “Acrylamide reduction in potato crisps using: asparaginase from Candida utilis, commercial asparaginase, salt immersion, and pH treatment” A.Toorang and I. Alemzadeh, IJE, 29(7)(2016).
118. “Extraction of sweetener from stevia” P. Nahid, I. Alemzadeh and S.Mortazavi, Journal of chemical Engineering Association of Che. Eng.15 (87)2016 (Persian).
119 . “Immobilization of L-asparaginase enzyme onto calcium alginate beads using response surface methodology” F. Bahraman and I. Alemzadeh, Chemical Engineering Communication, 204(1) (2017).
120. “Comparison and Optimization of Conjugated Linoleic Acid Production by Lactobacillus plantarum and Lactobacillus plantarum subsp. Plantarum”Zahra kuchakyazdi, I.Alemzadeh and M.Vossoughi, Scientia Iranica 24(3)(2017).
121.” Kinetic Mechanism of Conjugated Linoleic Acid Esterification and Production of Enriched Glycerides as Functional oil” Zahra Kuchakyazdi, and I. Alemzadeh, Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering 9999(2017).
122.” Enzymatic Synthesis of Theanine in the Presence of L-glutaminase Produced by Trichoderma koningii” M.Sakhaei and I. Alemzadeh, Applied Food Biotechnology 4(2)(2017).
123. “Synthesis of metal-organic framework hybrid nanocomposites based on GO and CNT with high adsorption capacity for dye removal” J.Abdi, M.Vossoughi, N.M.Mahmoodi, and I. Alemzadeh, Chemical Engineering Journal 1(2017).
124. “Synthesis of amine-modified zeolitic imidazolate framework-8, ultrasoundassisted
dye removal and modeling” J.Abdi, M.Vossoughi, N.M.Mahmoodi, and I. Alemzadeh, Ultrasonics – Sonochemistry 39(2017).
125. “A Biomimetic Heparinized Composite Silk-Based Vascular Scaffold with sustained Antithrombogenicity” M.Zamani, M.Khafaji, M. Naji, M.Vossoughi, I.Alemzadeh andN.Haghighatjoo, Scientific Reports 1(2017).
126.”Optimization of culture media including date syrup in lipase production by Aspergillus niger” Mahdieh Ghamari, F. Tabatabei, I. Alemzadeh, M.Vossoughi M.Varidi,H. Safari, Food Science and Technology journal, Food industry association, 1(1)(2017)Persian.
127.”Modeling and determination of conjugated linoleic acid production from castor oil by Lactobacillus strains” Z.Yazdi and I. Alemzadeh, Chemical Engineering Journal, Association of Chemical Engineering, (2017) Persian.
128.” The effect of starch coating on stabilization of bimetallic Fe/Ni nanoparticles” R.Nikroo and I. Alemzadeh, Chemical Engineering Journal, Association of Chemical Engineering, (2017) Persian.
129. “Biotechnological method for decreasing hazardous compound (acrylamide) formation during phyto food product processing”I. Alemzadeh and M. Maturi, Journal of Biotechnology and Phytochemistry, 1(1)( 2017).
130. “Suppressed acrylamide formation during baking in yeast-leavened bread based on added asparaginase, baking time and baking temperature using response surface methodology” M.Maturi and I. Alemzadeh, Applied Food Biotechnology, 5(1)(2018).
131.” Conjugated linoleic acid production and optimization via catalytic reaction method using safflower oil” M. Afarin, I. Alemzadeh and Z. Yazdi, International Journal of Engineering,31(8)(2018).
132.” Microencapsulation of Docosahexaenoic acid in alginate, pectin and gelatin composite and evaluation of physicochemical characteristics” A. S. Vaziri, I. Alemzadeh and M. Vossoughi, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Journal, (2018) Persian.
133.” Separation and Purification of conjugated linoleic acid isomers from safflower oil” M. Hajizadeh and I. Alemzadeh, Chemical Engineering Journal, Association of Chemical Engineering, (2018) Persian.
134.” Co-microencapsulation of Lactobacillus plantarum and DHA fatty acid in alginate-pectin-gelatin biocomposites” A. S. Vaziria, I. Alemzadeha, M. Vossoughi and A. Chackoshian Khorasanib, Carbohydrate Polymer, 199(1)(2018).
135.” Improving survivability of Lactobacillus Plantarum in alginate-chitosan beads reinforced by Na-tripolyphosphate dual cross-linking” A. S. Vaziria, I. Alemzadeha, and M. Vossoughia, F ood Science and Technology-Lebensmitte-Wissenschaft & Technologie, 97(1)(2018).
136.” Synthesis of magnetic metal-organic framework nanocomposite (ZIF-8@SiO?2@MnFe?2O?4) as a novel adsorbent for selective dye removal from multicomponent systems” J.Abdi, N.M.Mahmoodi, M.Vossoughi, and I. Alemzadeh, Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 273(1)(2019).
137.” Design and fabrication of a novel microfluidic system for enrichment of circulating tumor cells with the assistance of computer simulations” Dina Dorri, M.Vossoughi and I. Alemzadeh, Avicenna Journal of Medical Biotechnology, (2019).
138.” Artificial Cells, Blood Substitutes, and Biotechnology: An International Journal” H. Askaripour, M.Vossoughi, K.KHajeh and I. Alemzadeh, Artificial Cells Nanomedicine and Biotechnology, (2019).
3- National presentation
1. “Glutamic acid production from beet molasses” M. Vosoughi and I.Alemzadeh.
2. “Corn stover utilization as support in fixed bed 1994, Tehran reactor” I. Alemzadeh and M. Vosoughi, Internal Congress on Corn, January.
3. “Fructose production” I. Alemzadeh, Iranian congress on chemical Engineering , November 1994 Tehran.
4. “Formulation of a by product from date” I. Alemzadeh, M. Vosoughi and A. Keshavarz, Export Development, January 1996, Ahwaz.
5. “Controlled release of an active drug from a drug delivery system” I. Alemzadeh, A.
Ahmari and M. Vosoughi, Fifth Iranian Conference of Pharmaceutical Science , 9-10 Aug. 1997, Tehran.
6. “Determination of the conditions for alkaline protease production, H. Esmaeli, I. Alemzadeh and M. Vosoughi, 3th National Conference of Chemical Eng. 8-10 march 1998, Ahwaz.
7. “Alkaline protease and its application in detergent” I. Alemzadeh, M. Vosoughi, S. Sohrabvandi and H. Esmaeli, Second National seminar on Chemistry and Detergent, Feb. 1999, Tehran.
8. “Role of enzyme in food processing” I. Alemzadeh, 5th national congress of Nutrition September 1999, Tehran.
9. “Purification of alkaline protease”. A. Zare, M.Vosoughi, I. Alemzadeh and N.Saifi, the fifth Biochemistry Congress, Uramia, 6-8 Sept. 1999. English and Persian.
10. “Flocculant production” M. Vosoughi, I.Alemzadeh and H. Salihizadeh, 4th National Chemical Eng. Congress, Feb. 1999, Tehran.
11. “Modeling and simulation of remediation process” S.Yaghmaei, M.Vosoughi, A. Safekordi and I. Alemzadeh” 4th National Chemical Eng,. Congress. Feb.1999, Tehran.
12. “Determination of optimal conditions in alkaline protease precipitation and purification”, S. Sohrabvandi, I. Alemzadeh, and M. Vosoughi, 4th National Chemical Eng. Congress, Feb. 1999, Tehran.
13. “Optimization of glucose oxidase production ‘ I. Alemzadeh, M. Vosoughi and A. Jafari, First National Congress of Biotechnology, Feb. 2000, Tehran.
14. “A study on soluble and immobilized glucose oxidase and determination of kinetics parameters” L. Tarjoman, I. Alemzadeh and M. Vosoughi, First National Congress of
15. “Purification of Alfa amylase ” A. Zareh, I. Alemzadeh, S. Sadeghi, and A. Babaei, 5th National Chemical Eng. Congress April 24-27, 2000, Shiraz.
16. Baker yeast production from date syrup, I. Alemzadeh and m. Vossoughi, 5th National Chemical Eng. Conference, Shiraz
17. Biodegradation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons(PAHs)by the fungi isolated from coal tar contaminated soil. S. Yaghmaei, M. Vossoughi, A. Safekordi and I. Alemzadeh, 4th international chem. Eng. Conference Shiraz. 2000.
18. “Alkaline protease production and utilization in leather technology”. H Abasneghad, I. Alemzadeh and M Vosoughi, 6th National Chemical Engineering Congress May 8-11, 2001, Esfahan.
19. “Determination of optimal conditions in ca-gluconate production”. S.Roudsari, I. Alemzadeh and M.Vosoughi, 6th National Chemical Engineering Congress May 8-11, 2001, Esfahan.
20. “Optimal conditions in pectin production” I. Alemzadeh, A.Safekordi and D. Kahforushan, 6thNational Chemical Engineering Congress, May 8-11, 2001, Esfahan.
21. “Clarification of apple juice by pectic enzymes” R. Jafari, I. Alemzadeh and J.Razavi, 6th National Chemical Engineering Congress, May 8-11, 2001, Esfahan.
22. “Optimization conditions in pectinase production”, M.Vosoughi, I. Alemzadeh, and A. Parsafar, 7th National congress of Chemical Engineering, October 2002, Tehran (Persian).
23. “Surfactant production”, S. Tarahomjoo, and I.Alemzadeh, 7th national congress of Chemical Engineering, October 2002, Tehran (Persian).
24. “Performance of anaerobic reactor(ABR) treating synthetic wastewater influenced by decreasing COD/SO4 ratio”, M. Vosoughi, M.Shakeri and I. Alemzadeh, 7th national congress Chemical Engineering, October 2002, Tehran.
25. “Optimization of glucose oxidase production” S. Kohsari and I. Alemzadeh, 13th national congress of Food Technology, September 2002, Tehran (Persian).
26. “Protease extraction from the animal pancreas, and solid enzyme production”, N. Vahdati, H. Abasneghad and I.Alemzadeh, 13th national congress of Food Science, September 2002, Tehran (Persian).
27. “Modification of mineral clay using tertiary ammonium compound for treatment of phenolic compound in olive mill wastewater” M. moosavi, I. Alemzadeh and M. Vosoughi, 13th national congress of Food Technology, September 2002, Tehran(Persian).
28. “Degradability of surfactant and its uses in sanitary and cosmetics, I.Alemzadeh and S. Tarahomjoo, Ninth Int. Congress of sanitary and cosmetics Industry, September 2003, Tehran, (Persian).
29. “Removal and decreasing methods of oil pollution in sea water” P. Nahid, M.Vossoughi, I.Alemzadeh, M.Borghei and A.M. Sanati, 8th chemical Engineering Congress, October 2003, Mashad (Persian).
30. “Production and purification of glucose oxidase” S. Kohsari and I. Alemzadeh, 8th Chemical Engineering Congress, October 2003, Mashad (Persian).
31. “Low ester pectin production from high ester pectin” D. Kahforushan, Z. Manteghi, I. Alemzadeh and A. Saifkordi, 8th Chemical Engineering Congress, October 2003, Mashad (Persian).
32. “PHB production from cheap substrate” A. Saidi and I. Alemzadeh, 8th Chemical Engineering Congress, October 2003, Mashad (Persian).
33. Glucose isomerase production by Stretomyces sp., Third National Biotechnology conference Mashad, september 2003
34. “Determination of optimal conditions in surfactant production in MEOR technology” M.Vossoughi, I. Alemzadeh and E. Kareshki, November 2004, Tehtan Science and Technology University (Persian).
35. “Conversion of natural gas to protein”B. Asadishad, M. Vossoughi and I. Alemzadeh, 2th Seminar on Technology in Petroleum Industry Dec. 2004, Tehran(Persian)
36. “Wood pyrolysis and bio-oil production” O. Jalali, M. Vossoughi and I. Alemzadeh, World Energy Council, 5th National Energy Congress, 2005, Tehran(Persian).
37. “Study and optimization of high fructose syrup from date syrup” M. Jamshidi, M. Vossoughi and I. Alemzadeh, 10th National Chemical Engineering Congress, 2005, Zahedan(Persian).
38. “Conversion of milk cholesterol by cholesterol oxidase” S. Serajzadeh and I. Alemzadeh, 10th National Chemical Engineering Congress, 2005, Zahedan.
39. Gasoline sulfur removal by rhodococceu p32C1 on immobilized polymeric materials, h. Nazem bokaei, M. Vossoughi I. Alemzadeh and S. Maghsoodi, 10th National Chemical Engineering Congress, 2005, Zahedan.
40. Single cell protein production(SCP)From natural gas, M. Vossoughi, I. Alemzadeh and B. Asadishad, 10th National Chemical Engineering Congress, 2005, Zahedan.
41. “Remediation of phenolic wastes by enzymatic method” I. Alemzadeh and F. Mirzaei, First National HSE Congress, Chemical and Petroleum Engineering Department, Sharif University of Technology, Feb. 2006, Tehran.
42. Determination and extraction optimization of aminoacids by emulsion liquid membrane, E.ohagheghi, M. Vossoughi and i. Alemzadeh, 11th National Chemical Eng. The conference, Tarbiat Modares university Tehran 2006.
43. Poly Hydroxy Butyrate production by bacteria applicable in biomedical engineering, A. Seidi and I. Alemzadeh, 13th National Iranian conference on biomedical engineering march 2006, Sharif university Tehran.
44. “Purification of plant peroxidase by two phase method” S. Motamed, I. Alemzadeh and J. Razavi, First seminar on biotechnology in Industry and mine, Sharif University, Oct. 2007, Tehran.
45. “Peroxidase extraction from soy beans “ F. Ghaemmaghi, I. Alemzadeh and J. razavi, First seminar on Biotechnology in Industry and mine, Sharif University, Oct. 2007, Tehran
46. “Precipitation of penicillin G acylase” M Darvish, I. Alemzadeh and R. Roostaazad, 5th Biotechnology seminar, Ejlas Saran, , Nov. 2007, Tehran.
47. “Production and extraction of pen-g by 3 phase method” I. Alemzadeh, A. Kazemi and M. Mirzaei, 5th Biotechnology seminar, Ejlas Saran, Nov. 2007, Tehran
48. “Phenol removal from by HRP enzyme” I. Alemzadeh and M. Mirzaei, 5th Biotechnology seminar, Ejlas Saran, Nov. 2007, Tehran.
49. A nanoporous carrier synthesizing for using enzyme in wastewater treatment, S. Sampouri, Seyedein Azad, I. Alemzadeh, Nano tech , Petroleum Gas 2007,
50. “Optimization of biosurfactant production” M. Vossoughi, I. Alemzadeh and A.Kareshki, Surfactant and sanitary seminar, Sharif University, Jan. 2008, Tehran.
51. “Surfactant production by enzematic method” I. Alemzadeh and S. Tarahomjoo, , Surfactant and sanitary seminar, Sharif University, Jan. 2008, Tehran.
52. “Utilization of enzymes in environmental petroleum industry” S. Torkamani, J, Shayegan, I. Alemzadeh and S. Yaghmaei, second seminar on HSE, Sharif University, March 2008, Tehran.
53. “Production and determination of nanocomposite production for food packaging” M. Dadfar, I. Alemzadeh and M. Vossoughi, 18th Food Science and technology congress, Oct. 2008, Mashad.
54. “Optimization of Xylanase production in solid state culture”S. Shahi, M. Khanahmadi, I. Alemzadehand R. Roostaazad, 19th Chemical Eng. Conference, Oct. 2008, Sahand Tabriz.
55. “ Nanocomposite for food packaging” M. Dadfar, I. Alemzadeh and M. Vossoughi, 6th student nano conference, Shahid Beheshti university, Nov2009 Tehran.
56. ‘ The study 6th student nano conference, Shahid Beheshti university, Nov2009 Tehran on DBT removal from a petroleum model. M. Imani, M. Vossoughi, and I. Alemzadeh.
57. “ Preparation of drug delivery gold nanoparticle”, B. Asadishad,M. Vossoughi I. Alemzadeh, and A. Tavakoli, Nano Student conference Nov. 2010, Mashad.
58. “ Enzymatic interesterifiacation of sunflower and palm oil blends” Z. kuchakyazdi and I. alemzadeh, 19th National food Science and Technology conference, Nov 2010, Tehran.
59. Optimization of parameters effective on oil polluted waste removal.K. Babaei, M. vossoughi and I. Alemzadeh, 4th national environment conference, Tehran University, June 2010, Tehran.
60. “ Treatment of oily waste by hybrid reactor” M. Zolfaghari, M. vossoughi and I. Alemzadeh, 4th national environment conference, Tehran University, June 2010,Tehran.
61. “ Bioethol production using wheat biomass with chemical treatment, B.Satari, M.Vossoughi and I. Alemzadeh, Second national conference on energy and environment, Kermanshah University, March 2010, Kermanshah.
62. “Separation of fatty acids from sunflower and palm oil and Analyzing of them” Z. Kuchakyazdi and I. Alemzadeh, Second conference separation science and technology, May 2010 Kerman.
63. “Optimization of lipase immobilization” S. Sayyar, I. Alemzadeh and A. Kazemi, Second National Conference of Applied Microbiology, Feb 2011, Tehran.
64. “Probiotic properties determination “ M.R. Ramazani, H. Bemana, I. Alemzadeh and P. Nahid, 20th national Food Conference, Nov. 22-24 2011, Tehran.
65. Sorbitin stearate production” A.R. Aminmahalati, I. Alemzadeh, , 20th national Food Conference, Nov. 22-24 2011, Tehran.
66. “Preparation of nanocomposite production” K. pourkhanali, I. Alemzadeh , M. Vossoughi and A. Heydari, 20th national Food Conference, Nov. 22-24 2011, Tehran.
687. “Lipase inactivation from wheat germ” h. Torkzaban and I. Alemzadeh, 20th national Food Conference, Nov. 22-24 2011, Tehran.
68. “ Modified atmosphere in packaging” A. Heidari, I. Alemzadeh and M. Vossoughi, 20th national Food Conference, Nov. 22-24 2011, Tehran.
69. “Treatment of oily wastewater” M. Safa, I. Alemzadeh and M. Vossoughi, 4th national HSE conference Tehran March 2012.
70. “Synthesis and stability evaluation of HRP single enzyme nanoparticle” A. Khosravi, M. Vossoughi S. Shahrokhian and I. Alemzadeh, 4th international conference on nanostructure(ICN4) March, Kish Island(2012).
71.” Phenolic compound removal from olive mill waste” E. Mehdinia and I. Alemzadeh, national Food Industry conference, Ghochan Feb.(2012).
72.”Encapsulation of probiotic using biopolymers” I. Alemzadeh and M. Najafizadeh, National conference on high technology in chemical industries, NCHTCI May (2012) Tehran.
73.”Determination of fuel cell properties including anode, debit and feed status” M.A. Sadeghi, M. Vossoughi and I. Alemzadeh, National conference on high technology in chemical industries, NCHTCI May(2012) Tehran. 74.”Determination of parameters affecting asparaginase production by saccharomyces strain” E. Mehdinia, M. Vossoughi and I. Alemzadeh, National conference on high technology in chemical industries, NCHTCI May(2012) Tehran.
75.”Optimization of xhantan production by RSM method.M. Dehghan, I. Alemzadeh and V. Maghsodi, 14th National chemical engineering, October (2012) Tehran.
76. Ultrasonic technique in food processing, A. Halalipour, I. Alemzadeh, R. Roostaazad, and S. Gotbi, 14th National chemical engineering, October (2012) Tehran.
78. Determination of new catalyst for sorbitin stearate production, A. Aminmahalati and I. Alemzadeh, third conference on surface active agents and Detergents, October (2012).
78. “Optimization of emulsion production using surface active agents, S. Sajadi, I. Alemzadeh and M. Najafizadeh, October (2012) Tehran.
79.”Determination of antioxidant activity of rice husk extract” F.Arab I. Alemzadeh and V. Maghsoodi, 20th food Technology conference Sharif university of Technology , Tehran 2012.
80.“Mint flavor immobilization and properties determination” H.Pakzad, I. Alemzadeh and A. Kazemi 20th food Technology conference Sharif university of Technology , Tehran 2012.
81.”Molasses wastewater treatment by biological method” N. Ghafaripour and i. Alemzadeh First national Conference on bioremediation, sharif University Tehran 2013.
82.“Enzyme application in hazardous material removal from the environment”, I. Alemzadeh, First national Conference on bioremediation, sharif University Tehran 2013.
83..Screening, isolation and separation of microbial strain for crude oil degradation in fuel cells. M. Hosseinpour, . Asadi, M. Vossoughi and I. Alemzadeh, 8th biotechnology and 4th bio-immune national conference, July 2013, Tehran.
84. Determination of biodegradability of starch and montmorinulate nanocomposites by RSM method, A. Heidari, I. Alemzadeh and M. Vossoughi, 2th national food packaging conference, June 2013, Tehran.
85. “ Effect of Nikle particle in chloro ethylene degradation “ R. Nikroo, I. Alemzadeh M. Vossoughi and K. Hadadian, First national conference on green technology, Tehran university, 2013, Tehran.
86. “An investigation on photo catalysts “ M. Feilizadeh, Vossoughi and I. Alemzadeh, First national conference on green technology, Tehran university, 2013, Tehran.
87. “ Functional food production including conjugated linoleic acid” Z. Kuchakyazdi, I. Alemzadeh and M. Vossoughi, Food Break conference, Mashad 2014.
88. “ Conjugated linoleic acid production” H.S. Turkarami and I. Alemzadeh, Food Break conference, Mashad 2014.
89. “ Characteritics of lipase from A. niger “ M. Gamari, F. Tabatabaei, I. Alemzadeh and H. Safari, Food Break conference, Mashad 2014.
90.“L-sorbose the basic compound for vitamin C production by Gluconobacter immobilized in alginate”S. Alizadeh, I. Alemzadeh, 11th National Chemical Engineering Conference, Tehran University, 2015.
91. “Treatment of dairy wastewater using membrane bioreactor” M.Zarinnal, I. Alemzadeh, National conference on water gaining in Iran, Shiraz 2015.
92. “Edible oil enrichment using conjugated linoleic acid by enzymatic esterification” Z. Kuchakyazdi, I. Alemzadeh, M.Vossoughi and H.Tourkarami, Third national conference on environmental resources, Tehran University, 2015.
93- “Silk fibroin-collagen composite biomaterial for small diameter vascular tissue engineering” M.Zamani, M.Vossoughi, I.Alemzadeh, and N. Haghighipour, First international and third national conference on Biotechnology, Shahid Beheshti university, Tehran 2015.
94. “B-galactosidase immobilization using alginate and CMC” M. Hemati, I. Alemzadeh and M. Vossoughi, First national conference on Food science and technology, Ghochan, 2015.
95. “Effect of asparaginase, temperature and time on acrylamid reduction” M. Maturi and I. Alemzadeh, Food technology conference Mashad, 2015.
96. “Response surface-optimized production of conjugated linoleic acid through alkali isomerization of safflower oil” M. Afarin and I. Alemzadeh, first conferece on chemistry in biotechnology, Genetic engineering and chemistry and chemical engineering research branch, 2016.
97. “Heparin nanomodification of silk-based vascular scaffolds to induce antithrombogenisity and improve biocompatibility” M. Zamani, M.Khafaji, M.Vossoughi, I.Alemzadeh, Icns6 - Sixth International Conference on Nanostructures Paper (No.1076) Kish Island 2016.
98. “Antioxidant from grape” P. Nahid, I.Alemzadeh and M. Mahdizadeh, Secone International Conference in Chemistry and Chemical engineering, Amirkabir university, Tehran,2016.
99. “Corn syrup formulation for vitamine C coating”M. Rastgar and I. Alemzadeh, Food science and Technology on Flour and bread, , Mashad, 2016.
101. “Separation and purification of conjugated linoleic acid from plant sources” M. Hajizadeh and I. Alemzadeh, Innovation in Food and Nutrition, Agicultural and National Resources, Alborz, Iran 2016.
101.“Optimization of edible oil enrichment with conjugated linoleic acid by enzymatic esterification” Z.Yazdi, I. Alemzadeh. Forth national seminar on chemistry, chemical Engineering and Nano, Tehran University, 2016.
102. “Petroleum contaminent removal by hybrid membrane reactor” M.Safa, I.Alemzadeh and M.Vossoughi, seconde National Conference on Oil Fields, Tehran, Sharif university, 2017.
103.“ Recent progress in wound healing from wound dressing to skin tissue engineering and skin substitutes” M.Hajiabas, I. Alemzadeh, M.Vossoughi and A. Shamlu, Third National and Second International conference on Stem cell, Mashad, Ferdowsi University, 2017.
104.“Encapsulation of lactobacillus plantarum in alginate and chitosan” S.S. Vaziri, I. Alemzadeh, Third National Conference on Applied Microbiology, Babolsar, Mazandaran University, 2017.
105.“Effect of tannin extract on Staphylococcus strain and nano antibacterial particle preparation” B. Ramazani and I. Alemzadeh, Third National Conference on Applied Microbiology, Babolsar, Mazandaran University, 2017.
106.” Design and fabrication of a microfluidic device for separation of circulating tumor cells(CTC)”D. Dorri, M. Vossoughi, I. Alemzadeh and M.Razaghzadeh, Second National Festival and International congress on Stem cell and Regenerative Medicine, Tehran , July 2017.
107.” Decolorization of molasses wastewater by Phanerochaete chrysosporium producing manganese peroxidase as the main enzyme” M. Alizadeh and I. Alemzadeh, The national conference on water, air and soil, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Research Association, Tehran, May 2018.
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