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Nurul Hasan

CEO

I am a seasoned Fluid Dynamicists with 15+ years of hands-on experience with CSIRO minerals, BHP, and Petronas Engineering Projects (worthing $100 million+). I am known for a strategic and focused approach to strong moral leadership, with extensive accolades for limiting risk using the latest...
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experience

Post Doc  
CSIRO, January 2004 to December 2005, Melbourne Australia
(Minerals)
Research on Light Metals

CEO  
Don Computing, July 2001 to Present, Melbourne Australia
(Engineering & Industrial Management)
Managing Engineering Consulting

education

UNSW  
Doctor of Philosophy, Engineering, Jul, 1999 to Aug, 2003
PhD awarded

The University of Melbourne  
Master Of Science, Environmental Engineering Science, Jun, 1998 to Jun, 1999
Upgraded to PhD

projects

Water in Diesel Emulsion: energy and environment  by  Dr Nurul Hasan    
January, 2013 - December, 2017
With the special laser-cut machine, the emulsion of diesel became more stable with time and temperature.

Nanoparticle Recovery from waste  by  Prof Graeme Jameson, Dr Nurul Hasan    
February, 2006 - December, 2011
The ARC provided $8.6 million to the five-year program with the universities contributing $4 million.

Certifications

  • Felllow Status
    Engineers Australia (2274718)
    September 2012
  • Felllow Status-IChemE
    IChemE UK (99935811)
    September 2012

publications

Gas Hydrate Formation Condition: Review on Experimental and Modeling Approaches     
Published by (Fluid Phase Equilibria)
Authors: M. Iskandar M. Nor Sheida Shahnazar, N Hasan.  Published December 01, 2014

Hydrate behavior has been under continuous investigation and so far numerous experimental and modeling examinations have been published since its discovery.

The carbothermic route to magnesium     
Published by (Springer Boston)
Authors: Geoffrey Brooks, Simon Trang, Peter Witt, Hasan Nurul, Michael Nagle.  Published May 01, 2006

The carbothermic reduction of magnesia to produce magnesium offers the potential of a lower energy and higher productivity route for metal production compared to existing industrial routes

Awards

Most Dedicated Academic in 2009
Solely voted by students

Most Popular Academics
Sponsored IChemE