Dr.Sobati , Mohammad amin

  Personal Details

  Surname: Sobati

  Name: Mohammad amin

  Date of birth: 1982  

  Present Position: Assistant Professor

  Department : Chemical Engineering

  Ph.D. , Sharif University of technology, Iran

  Tel: +98-21-77240496

  E_mail: Sobati@iust.ac.ir

 

  Education and Qualifications

  i) University Degrees

  Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Chemical Engineering, Sharif University of Technology, 2010

  Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Chemical Engineering, Sharif University of Technology, 2006

  Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Chemical Engineering, Iran University of Science and Technology, 2004

  

  ii) Sellected Short Course Certificates

 Postgraduate Courses:

  Employment

  Assistant Professor, School of Chemical Engineering , Iran University of Science and Technology, Since Feb. 2011.

  Process engineer, Namvaran P&T, Tehran, Iran, 2009-2010

 Teaching experiences:

  1. Mass and energy balance (Undergraduate course, School of Chemical Engineering, Iran University of Science and Technology)

  2. Unit operation 1 (Undergraduate course, School of Chemical Engineering, Iran University of Science and Technology)

  3. Petroleum refining processes (Undergraduate course, School of Chemical Engineering, Iran University of Science and Technology)

 

  Selected Written Works

  ISI papers:

  1. Novel Type of Four-Impinging-Jets Reactor for Oxidative Desulfurization of Light Fuel Oils, Mohammad Amin Sobati, Asghar Molaei Dehkordi, [1] Mohammad Shahrokhi, and Amir Ali Ebrahimi, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 2010, 49, 9339–9348 .
  2. Liquid – Liquid Extraction of Oxidized Sulfur-Containing Compounds of Non-hydrotreated Kerosene, Mohammad Amin Sobati, Asghar Molaei Dehkordi, and Mohammad Shahrokhi, Fuel Processing Technology , 91, 2010, 1386-1394.
  3. Extraction of Oxidized Sulfur-Containing Compounds of Non-hydrotreated Gas oil, Mohammad Amin Sobati, Asghar Molaei Dehkordi, and Mohammad Shahrokhi,, Chemical Engineering and Technology, 2010, 33, No. 9, 1515–1524 .
  4. Oxidative desulfurization of simulated light fuel oil and untreated kerosene, Asghar Molaei Dehkordi, Zahra kiaei, Mohammad Amin Sobati, Fuel Processing Technology, 90 (2009) 435 – 445
  5. Oxidative Desulfurization of Non-hydrotreated Kerosene Using Hydrogen Peroxide and Acetic Acid, Asghar Molaei Dehkordi , Mohammad Amin Sobati and Mohammad Ali Nazem, Chinese Journal of chemical engineering 17 (5) 2009, 869-874.
  6. Experimental investigation on the oxidative desulfurization (ODS) of kerosene feedstock , Asghar Molaei Dehkordi, 1 Mohammad Amin Sobati and Mohammad Ali Nazem, Accepted for publication in Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects.

  Selected Conference Contributions:

  1. A model for gas hold up in slurry bubble columns incorporating the influence of superficial gas velocity and solid concentration, M. A. Sobati , M. Behbahani, M. Taghizadeh, 17th international Congress of Chemical and Process Engineering, 27 -31 august 2006, Czech republic (CHISA2006) 

  2. Oxidative Desulfurization of a Non-Hydrotreated Kerosene with Hydrogen Peroxide and Formic Acid, Mohammad Amin Sobati , Asghar Molaei Dehkordi, Mohammad Shahrokhi, 6th International Chemical Engineering Congress and Exhibition (IChEC 2009), Nov. 2009, Kish, Iran.

  

  3. Desulfurization of simulated light fuel oil by adsorption on activated carbon, Asghar Molaei Dehkordi, Zahra Kiaei, and Mohammad Amin Sobati, 6th International Chemical Engineering Congress and Exhibition (IChEC 2009), Nov. 2009, Kish, Iran.

  

  Conference Attendance

  6th International Chemical Engineering Congress and Exhibition (IChEC 2009), Nov. 2009, Kish, Iran.

  Awards and Scholarships

  1. 2nd rank in national MSc entering exam of Chemical engineering, 2004.

  2. 1st rank in national MSc entering exam of Gas processing and transport, 2004.

  3. Top rank student during B.S. studies , Iran University of Science and Technology, 2004

  4. Top rank student during M.S. studies , Sharif University of Technology, 2006

 


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