Rahmanian, Nejat

Dr Nejat Rahmanian is currently working as a Associate Professor in Chemical Engineering at University of Bradford and is Program Leader for Advanced MSc in Chemical and Petroleum Engineer. He is a Charted Engineer, Chartered Scientist, and has over 25 year’s experiences in both academia and industry. He was the member of Senate at the University of Bradford for constantly 3 years (2016-2019).

He received his PhD from University of Leeds in early 2010.  He has got his MSc and BSc in  all in Chemical Engineering from Shiraz University and Petroleum University of Technology, in 1997 and 1993,respectively. He has published 1 book, 6 chapter books and over 120 technical papers and refereed conference proceedings.  He has also secured five grants on Co2 related projects and has received 19 awards and scholarships. His current research focused on development of energy-related and climate change projects with a high focus on Carbon Capture, Transportation, Utilization and Storage (CCTUS). In powder processing, he is interested in continuous granulation in the chemical or pharmaceutical industry.  He has completed 5 consultancy projects and involved as principal investigator and key-researcher in £1.5m research projects received funding from EPSRC and industry from the UK and overseas. Currently, he is also member of the Advisory Board of a mega-scale research project, C4U (carbon capture, storage and utilization) received funding of €13.8m from Horizon 2020, led by UCL which addresses CO2 capture from British Steel industries.

In industry, he worked continuously 8 years as process engineer and project coordinator with international oil/gas companies worldwide such as PETRONAS (Malaysia), Foster Wheeler (UK), Petropars Ltd (Iran), Toyo Eng. Company (Japan), Statoil (Norway), JGC (Japan), and Daelim Industrial Company (South Korea) for development of South Pars Gas Field.

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