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|Profesor Dr. Xinbin Ma
Dean, School of Chemical Engineering and Technology
Tianjin University, China
Director, Key Laboratory for Green Chemical Technology, Ministry of Education, China
Associate Editor, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (American Chemical Society)
|Professor Dr. Xinbin Ma is the Dean of School of Chemical Engineering and Technology of Tianjin University and the Director of Key Laboratory of Green Chemical Technology of Ministry of Education in China. He is also the deputy head of the expert team for the National Key R&D Program of China on clean coal technologies. Prof. Ma obtained his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from Tianjin University in 1996. His research interest encompasses the efficient utilization of syngas, emphasizing converting syngas to oxygenated compounds, like ethylene glycol, ethanol, and organic carbonates. He has been involved in studies from catalysts rational design to industrial scale-up to understand the catalytic mechanism, catalyst structure-performance relationship, reaction kinetics, and mass transfer process. He has co-authored over 300 SCI papers in prestigious journals with h-index of 44. With 34 Chinese patents and 7 international patents granted, Prof. Ma owns a series of technologies of independent intellectual property rights to synthesize glycol/ethanol from syngas, which has been successfully applied in the industry. He has also been awarded National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars in 2013. He is the associate editor of Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. and he is reported by Elsevier as one of the most cited Chinese researchers in the field of Chemical Engineering during 2014-2020.|
|Prof. Dato' Ir. Dr. Abdul Wahab Mohammad
D.S.D.K, FASc, FIChemE, PENg, CENg, MIEM
Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research and Innovation Affairs)
Professor, Chemical and Process Engineering
Co-Chief-Editor, Journal of Water Process Engineering (Elsevier)
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
|Abdul Wahab Mohammad is currently Professor in Membrane and Separation Technology at the Centre for Sustainable Process Technology (CESPRO), Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. He is a Registered Professional Engineer (PEng) with Board of Engineers Malaysia and Chartered Engineer (CEng) with the Engineering Council UK. He received his PhD from University of Wales Swansea in the area of nanofiltration membranes, and MSChE from Purdue University, USA and BSChE from Lehigh University, USA. His research interest is on membrane science and applications, wastewater treatment, water reuse and recycling, sustainable separation technology and engineering education. He has worked on research projects related to membrane technology and its application in water and wastewater treatment, desalination, biorefinery and food processing. He has published more than 300 journal papers with citations exceeding 11000 and h-index of 56. He is the Co-Chief Editor of an Elsevier journal, Journal of Water Process Engineering which was launched in 2014. He was the co-recipient of 2008 Prince Sultan International Water Prize for his work on nanofiltration membranes and the recipient of the Malaysia Toray Foundation Science Award in 2015.|
Mr. Khairul Salleh bin Jais
Chief Executive Director
PETRONAS Refinery & Petrochemical Corporation Utilities and Facilities Sdn. Bhd.
|Khairul is the CEO of PRPC UTILITIES AND FACILITIES SDN BHD based in Pengerang, Johor. He was a Petronas scholar who graduated from Lamar University, Texas with a BSc in Chemical Engineering in 1990. He is completing his MSc in Process Plant Operation at Universiti Malaysia Pahang by Jan 2022. He started his career with Petronas Penapisan Melaka and later held several positions in Petronas oil refinery locations in Durban, South Africa and Kerteh Terengganu. He was appointed as the GM for Penapisan Terengganu in 2006 after heading Penapisan Melaka Process Engineering function upon his return from Durban in 2004. Khairul also spent 5 years in various other locations outside of Petronas with companies such as RasGas, Lynas and Shell before returning to Petronas for the commencement of the RAPID Project. While in RAPID, he served as the Project Director for Utilities & Facilities, Operation Head, Head of Manufacturing, CEO of Pengerang Power before his latest appointment as the CEO of PRPC UF. He currently sits in several boards of Petronas companies. Khairul started Petronas’ Advanced Process Control journey at Penapisan Melaka and fondly enjoyed the experience in modelling and using data for the purpose of optimizing process plants operation.|
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