M.S. Missouri University of Science and Technology
B.S. Kirkuk College of Technology
Ahmed received his bachelor’s degree in Fuel and Energy Engineering from Kirkuk College of Technology in 2010. In September, 2012 he was awarded a full scholarship to study for a master’s degree in Chemical Engineering by The Higher Committee for Education Development in Iraq.
In May, 2016 he received his Master of Science degree in Chemical Engineering with a 4.0 GPA from Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla, MO, USA. He also worked as a graduate teaching assistant and a graduate research assistant while studying for his master’s degree. Additionally, he spent some time working in the industry before joining AUIS in August, 2016 as a lecturer of chemistry and physical science labs. His research interests include hydrodynamics of bubble and slurry bubble column reactors for alternative clean fuel production.
1. “Impact of heat exchanging internals configurations on the gas holdup and bubble properties in a bubble column", International Journal of Multiphase Flow, March 2019.
2. “Influence of heat-exchanging tubes diameter on the gas holdup and bubble dynamics in a bubble column”, FUEL (The Science and Technology of Fuel and Energy Journal), January 2019.
1. “Impact of configuration of Heat Exchanging Internals on Symmetric Behavior of Bubble Dynamics of a Bubble Column”, AIChE conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2015.
2. “Impact of internals and their height from the gas distributor on hydrodynamics in a bubble column”, 12th International conference on gas-liquid and gas-liquid Solid reactor (GLS12), New York City, 2015.