Department of
Chemical and Environmental Engineering
  
 

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Ianatul Khoiroh

Assistant Professor,

Contact

  • workRoom DB02d Block D
    Malaysia Campus
    Jalan Broga
    43500 Semenyih
    Selangor Darul Ehsan
    Malaysia
  • work+6 (03) 8924 8361
  • fax+6 (03) 8924 8017

Biography

I obtained my PhD in Chemical Engineering from National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (NTUST), Taiwan. Prior to my PhD, I received Double Master Degree in Chemical Engineering from NTUST and Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology (ITS) Indonesia, and completed my bachelor degree at ITS. My research interest is on the development of green process technology which include but not limited to: separation process by using bio-based ionic liquids, supercritical extraction process, and novel ionic liquids for lithium ion batteries application. Other areas for my current research directions including the use of molecular dynamics (MD) simulations to investigate the structure-property relationships of complex fluids and advanced materials.

Teaching Summary

I am currently the module convenors for the following modules:

  • CHEE1049 Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer
  • CHEE2015 Chemical and Phase Equilibria

Besides, I was and am involved in the delivery of the following modules:

  • CHEE1012 Heat and Mass Transfer
  • CHEE1048 Fluid Mechanics
  • CHEE1016 Engineering Thermodynamics
  • CHEE1052 Process Engineering Principles
  • CHEE3022 Design Project
  • CHEE3044 Process Engineering Laboratory
  • CHEE4034 Advanced Rheology and Materials
  • CHEE4042 MEng Project
  • CHEE4054 Contaminated Land

Research Summary

My research expertise/skills can be further classified into the following: (i) applied thermodynamics, in particular, thermophysical properties and phase equilibrium measurements; (ii) synthesis of… read more

Selected Publications

Current Research

My research expertise/skills can be further classified into the following: (i) applied thermodynamics, in particular, thermophysical properties and phase equilibrium measurements; (ii) synthesis of ionic liquids; (iii) molecular dynamics simulations; (iv) polymer physics; and (v) the behaviour of micellar systems.

ORCID ID

Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering

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