Dr. Hussameldin Ibrahim

Dr. Hussameldin Ibrahim |Clyto Access

University of Regina, Canada.


Expertise: Heterogeneous catalysis, Conversion of fossil, Greener fuels, Biofuels, CO2 capture processes, CO2 utilization, Carbon capture technology, Bioenergy production


Dr. Hussameldin Ibrahim is an Associate Professor in Industrial & Process Systems Engineering at the University of Regina. His overall research focus is on developing chemical and engineering solutions for the catalytic conversion of fossil- and biomass-derived CO2-assisted feedstocks to syngas, hydrogen, biofuels and fine chemicals. He also has expertise in process simulation and modeling for CO2 removal from various fossil fuel-based industrial sources, product development for CO2 generation, capture, utilization and storage. Also, having worked in an industrial research and product development setting on modular CO2 generation, capture, and utilization pilot and commercial plants, Dr. Ibrahim has hands-on experience in taking research from concept to pre-commercialization. He has published many peer-reviewed research papers in high-impact scientific journals and presented his work in many national and international conferences. He is the recipient of numerous prestigious awards for scholarly achievements and research excellence. Most notably, the Governor General's Gold Medal Award and the Paragon Award of Innovation in recognition of the scholarship of his research activities. Hussameldin has professional affiliations to the Association of Professional Engineering and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan (APEGS) and the Project Management Institute (PMI).


Heterogeneous catalysis and catalyst development for greener fuels, syngas, hydrogen, biofuels and fine chemicals production from fossil- and biomass-derived feedstocks.
Technical, economical and environmental evaluation of CO2 capture processes from large point sources. Steady-state and dynamic simulation and optimization of post- and pre-combustion CO2 capture processes. CO2 utilization for producing value added products (biodiesel, methanol, synthesis gas, etc.). Enzyme and catalyst enabled carbon capture technology. Biofuels and bioenergy production from wastes of agriculture, forestry and MSW Chemical reaction engineering and kinetics for CO2 capture, biofuel and syngas/hydrogen production. Conceptual design, economic evaluation, business development, feasibility studies, and project planning and management

Related Journals & Conferences :

Journal of Waste Management and Environmental Issues