Assistant Professor, Department of Engineering
Shadi obtained all of her post secondary degrees in Ottawa, Canada. She has a Bachelor of Science, Honours, in Chemistry from Carleton University, and Master of Applied Science and Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from University of Ottawa. She has over seven years of experience in teaching core Chemical Engineering and Chemistry courses, as well as eight years of research in the fields of Inorganic Chemistry (Metal-Ligand complexes), and in Chemical Engineering (clean and renewable energy) emphasizing on new materials for Fuel Cells as energy conversion, storage and utilization devices. She has particular specialization in kinetics and catalysis processes occurring in low temperature PEM Fuel Cells. Shadi has four published papers in peer-reviewed journals and one paper currently in progress. Her areas of specialization include kinetics and catalysis processes occuring in low temperature in PEM Fuel Cells.
Vafaeyan, S., Ternan, M., St-Amant, A.; Nickel Alloy Catalysts for the Anode of a High Temperature PEM Direct Propane Fuel Cells Journal of Chemistry, vol. 2014, Article ID 151638, 8 pages, 2014
Shadi Vafaeyan, Alain St-Amant, and Marten Ternan; Propane Fuel Cells: Selectivity for Partial or Complete Reaction Journal of Fuels, vol. 2014, Article ID 485045, 9 pages, 2014
Vafaeyan, S., Thibault, J.; Selection of Pareto-Optimal Solutions for Process Optimization Using the Rough Set Method: A New Approach, Computer & Chemical Engineering 33 2009, 1814-1825
Vafaeyan, S.; Multicritera Optimization of Beer Quality Using the Rough Set Method, CAB ournal, 10th IFAC International Symposium on Computer Applications in Biotechnology (CAB), vol. 1, 2007, 135-140