Process Systems Engineering and Safety Group (ProSES)
Process Systems Engineering and Safety (ProSES) Group deals with the design, operation, modelling, optimisation, process monitoring and control of all kinds of chemical, physical, and biological processes through the use of systematic computer-aided approaches. Safety research activities such as process safety management and loss prevention, industrial disaster risk reduction and risk assessment. Its major challenges are the development of concepts, methodologies and models for the prediction of performance and for decision-making for an engineered system.
PhD (Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany), M.Sc (UTP), B.Sc (UMP)
Process control and modelling; Rotary kiln; Heat transfer enhancement.
PhD (University of Waterloo, Canada), M.Eng (UTP), B.Eng (UTM)
Process modelling, simulation and optimization
PhD (UMP), M.Sc (UMIST, UK), B.Eng (UGM, Indonesia)
Process simulation; CAD; Process Integration and Optimization; Separation Process
PhD (UKM), M.Env (UPM), B.Eng (Okoyama University, Japan)
Environmental and industrial management (Environmental concerns); Manufacturing process design; Safety and quality management.
PhD (TU, Denmark), M.Eng (UTM), B.Eng (UTM)
Process modelling and control; Renewable energy; Fuel cell; Modelling of gasification and torrefaction process.
PhD (University of Waterloo, Canada), M.Eng (UTM), B.Eng (UTM)
Process modelling and simulation; CO2 capture and storage; Dynamic simulation; Molecular dynamic simulation; amine absroption process.
PhD (Newcastle University, UK), M.Eng (UTM), B.Eng (UTM)
Process monitoring; E-waste recovery
PhD (TU Berlin), M.Sc (UTM), B.Sc (UTM
Sustainability assessment of chemical, biochemical and pharmaceutical processes; Process modelling and simulation; Design and operation; Dividing wall column; Safety analysis; Multicriteria decision making.
PhD (USM), M.Tech (Bharathiar University, India), B.Eng (Bharathiar University, India)
Advanced Process Control; Nonlinear modelling of chemical process; Modelling of thermodynamic properties; Process plant design; Waste water treatment.
PhD (University of Leeds, UK), M.Eng (UKM), B.Eng (UKM)
Process modelling and simulation; co-gasification of coal and biomass for production of syngas; biomass torrefaction gas.
PhD (University of Bradford, UK), M.Eng (UTM), B.Eng (UTM)
Modelling, simulation and optimization of chemical and polymerization process; extraction of rare earth element.