Hussameldin Ibrahim

Ph.D., PMP, P.Eng.
Associate Professor, Industrial & Process Systems Engineering

Office: ED 423
Phone: 306-337-3347
Fax: 306-585-4855

Research interests

Heterogeneous catalysis and catalyst development for greener fuels, syngas, hydrogen, biofuels and fine chemicals production from fossil- and biomass-derived feedstocks. Chemical reaction engineering, kinetics and reactor modeling and design for CO2 capture, biofuel and syngas/hydrogen production. Agricultural residue catalytic hydrothermal liquefaction to HEV biofuels. Catalytic thermal conversion of biomass to syngas, bio-gas and bio-oil. Municipal wastes into energy via pyrolysis and gasification processes. CO2 utilization for producing value added products. Sorption-based functional materials for CO2 capture and utilization. Modeling, simulation and optimization of post- and pre-combustion CO2 capture with H2 production, and CO2 utilization. Catalytic methods for CO2 capture and utilization. The Economics of greenhouse warming. Conceptual design, economic evaluation, feasibility studies, and project planning and management.

Ph.D. (University of Regina)
M.A.Sc. (University of Regina)
B.Sc. (University of Khartoum, Sudan)

Program Area

Industrial Systems Engineering, Process Systems Engineering