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Professor Dr. Bassim H. Hameed
Chemical Engineering, University of Baghdad, IRAQ, 1985.
Ph.D. Chemical Engineering, (Catalytic Reaction Engineering)
Salford University, UNITED KINGDOM, 1992.
Universiti Sains Malaysia
14300 Nibong Tebal
Office: Room 1.30
Phone: 04-599 6422
Fax: 04-594 1013
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Professor Dr. Bassim H. Hameed named on the prestigious list of Thomson-Reuters
Highly Cited Researchers 2014
Professor Dr. Bassim H. Hameed named on the Thomson-Reuters list of “The World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds 2014"
Area of Specialization:
- Catalytic Reaction Engineering
- Adsorption Separation Technology
- Activated Carbon
- Production of biodiesel using heterogeneous catalysts
A Tag-Cloud of My Research Keywords
Professional Activities & Memberships:
- Member, Editorial Advisory Board: Recent Patents on Chem. Eng. Website
- Member, Editorial Board: Journal of Environmental studies
- Member, Editorial Board: Global J. of Environmental Science & Techn.
- Member, World
Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology
- Member, International zeolite Association
- Member, International Association
Online Engineering (IAOE)
- Member, International Association of Engineers (IAENG)
- Member of the BIOGREEN 2010 Technical Program Committee, The First
International Conference on Advances in Renewable & Sustainable
Energies, BIOGREEN 2010, March 7-13, 2010 - Cancun, Mexico.
- Member of Scientific Advisory Board, 1st Annual World Congress of
CatalyticAsymmetric Synthesis-2010 (WCCAS-2010), Create Bioactive
Molecules Green & Economically, May 19th-May 21st 2010 in Beijing, China.
- Member, BIONATURE 2012 Technical Program Committee. The Second
International Conference on Bioenvironment, Biodiversity and Renewable
Energies, BIONATURE 2011, May 22-27, 2011 - Venice, Italy. Website
- Member, Advisory Committee,2012 International Conference on Engineering &
Applied Science, 24-27 July 2012 in Beijing, China, Website
Member of the review panel of the following international scientific journals in Chemical Engineering, Catalysis and Environmental Science & Engineering:
Chem. Eng. J. (Elsevier); J. Colloid Interface Sci. (Elsevier); Desalination (Elsevier);
J. Hazard. Mater. (Elsevier); Dyes Pigments (Elsevier); Int. J. Environ. Technol.
Manage. (IJEWM) ; Sep. Sci. Technol.(Taylor & Francis); J. Eng. Tech. Manage.
Bioresour. Technol. (Elsevier); Process Biochem. (Elsevier); Biochem. Eng. J. (Elsevier); Energy & Fuels
(ACS Publications); Chemosphere (Elsevier); Can. J. Chem. Eng. (Wiley); Water Air Soil Pollut. (Springer); Environ. Sci. Technol.(ACS); Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. (ACS Publications); Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol.(Springer); Ultrason. Sonochem. (Elsevier); Appl. Clay Sci. (Elsevier); Mater. Res. Bull.(Elsevier); J. Chem. Eng. Data (ACS Publications); J. Taiwan Inst. Chem. Eng. (Elsevier); Toxicol. Environ. Chem. (Taylor & Francis); Catalysis Today (Elsevier); Asia-Pacific J. Chem. Eng. (Wiley); Desalination Water Treat.
(European Desalination Society); Colloids Surf., A (Elsevier);
Mater. Res. Bull. (Elsevier); Ind. Crops Prod. (Elsevier); J. Mol. Catal. A: Chem. (Elsevier); J. Brazilian Chem. Soc.;Biorem. J. (Taylor & Francis);
CLEAN - Soil, Air, Water
(Wiley-VCH); Ozone Sci. Eng.(International Ozone Association).
Top Hottest Articles!According to a recent Science Direct report of J. Hazard. Mater.; Desalination; Colloids Surf A: Physicochem. Eng. Aspects; Chem. Eng. J. and Fuel Process. Technol., more than 15 of our papers were among Top 25 Hottest Articles accessed in 2007-2012. More..
Top 10 Cited articles
According to Desalination (Extracted from Scopus on Sat Jan 1 22:08:55 GMT 2011), Journal of Hazardous Materials (Extracted from Scopus (on Sun Jan 2 20:51:48 GMT2011), Chemical Engineering Journal (Extracted from Scopus (on Wed Dec 2921:53:31 GMT 2010) and Dyes and Pigments
(Extracted from Scopus on
Thu Jan 6 22:47:17 GMT 2011), our following three articles were cited as one of Top 10 Cited articles published in the last five years:
Tan, I.A.W., Ahmad, A.L., Hameed, B.H., Adsorption of basic dye using activated carbon preparedfrom oil palm shell: batch and fixed bed studies, Desalination 225 (2008) 13-28.
Hameed, B.H., Din, A.T.M., Ahmad, A.L., Adsorption of methylene blue onto bamboo-basedactivated carbon: Kinetics and equilibrium studies, Journal of Hazardous Materials 141 (2007) 819-825.
Tan, I.A.W. , Hameed, B.H., Ahmad, A.L., Equilibrium and kinetic studies on basic dye adsorptionby oil palm fibre activated carbon, Chemical Engineering Journal127 ( 2007) 111-119.
Hameed, B.H., Ahmad, A.L., Latiff, K.N.A.,Adsorption of basic dye (methylene blue) onto activated carbon preparedfrom rattan sawdust, Dyes and Pigments, 75 (2007) 143-149.
Most Downloaded Articles
According to Chemical Engineering Journal
(Extracted from Wed Dec 29 21:53:28 GMT 2010) and Applied Catalysis A: General
(Extracted from Sat Jan
1 22:06:07 GMT 2011),
our following articles have been cited as Most Downloaded articles:
K.Y. Foo and B.H. Hameed, Insights into the modeling of adsorption isotherm systems, Chemical Engineering Journal 156 (2010) 2-10.
U. G. Akpan and B.H. Hameed, The advancements in solgel method of doped-TiO2 photocatalysts, Applied Catalysis A: General 375 (2010) 1-11.
News and Events
It is the delight of the READ Group to
highlight the successful Professorial lecture of Prof. Bassim H. Hameed. The lecture took place on 15th June 2011 at Engineering Campus of USM, Nibong Tebal, Penang, Malaysia.
The title of the lecture was “Agro-Activated Carbons: low-cost, renewable and sustainable for clean environment”. Prof. Bassim, in his Lecture dwelt much on the conversion of waste to useful material. The slogan of the lecture is anchored on “Don’t Waste Waste”. Any waste can be transformed into a potentially useful material.
In this delight, Prof. Bassim did justice to his lecture by taking his audience through the process by which various waste can be converted to activated carbon, a material which is very effective
in the removal of pollutants from wastewater and air. A clip showing
how our river waters are polluted was shown which a motivating factor to finding materials, such as activated carbon and other adsorbent which can be used in the treatment of water. Read more...
News and Events
USM is the top 20
Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) is the 19th best varsity for Chemical Engineering in Asia, according to the inaugural QS World University Ranking for technical subjects.
Moses Aderemi Olutoye won the best thesis of PhD award (Engineering) 2012
Moses Aderemi Olutoye won the best thesis of PhD award (Engineering) University of Science Malaysia 2012. The thesis titled “synthesis, characterization and activity of mixed oxide (Mg, Zn, al) catalysts for transesterification of waste cooking palm oil, edible and non-edible oils”, supervised by Professor Dr. Bassim H. Hameed. The thesis was successful completed in 36 months and his work has already led to seven articles published in ISI-indexed journals, including Applied Catalysis A: General(Impact Factor 2011: 3.903),
Fuel Processing Technology (Impact Factor 2011: 2.945) and Bioresource Technology (Impact Factor 2011: 4.980). Congratulations Moses on your achievements.