Description of RTD activities
Mathematical modeling, radiative heat transfer, Finite Volume Method, Monte Carlo Method, particles radiation, Mie Theory, combustion, Computational Fluid Dynamics.
Experiences in international Programmes
1987: Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in ChemicalEngineering, University of New Brunswick,Fredericton, N.B., Canada, (GPA 3.9/4.0)1.October 1972-February 1973Having been awarded a scholarship by the Confederation of British Industry satisfactorily completed a course in practical training and received the Certificate in: Plant and Equipment for Chemical Industry: Design and Calculations. The training was with Babcock & Wilcox (Operations) Ltd., London, United Kingdom.2.June 1982-July 1982Took a post as UNIDO (United Nations Industrial Development Organization) expert in Damascus, Syria. Worked as a Consultant in boilers and heat producing systems.3.May 1990Received Babcock Energy Award from the International Institute of Energy, London, England, for the paper An Assessment of Particle Radiation in a Pulverized Coal Fired Boiler published in Journal of the Institute of Energy, September 1989, as the best paper in the Journal for the year 1989.4.June 1, 1996-July 15, 1996Visiting Professor at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Zurich, Switzerland, performed research and teaching in the areas of Mathematical Modeling and Radiative Heat Transfer.5.December 1996Visiting Professor at the Mechanical Engineering Department, Technical University of Lisbon, Instituto Superior Tecnico, Lisbon, Portugal, performed research and teaching in the areas of Mathematical Modeling and Radiative Heat Transfer.6.April 2001-April 2002Visiting Scientist at Carnegie Mellon University, College of Engineering, Institute for Complex Engineered Systems, Pittsburgh, PA, USA.7.UNIDO expert.8.UNESCO consultant.
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2005-11-01 / 2006-02-01