I am highly qualified Chemical Engineering, I have achieved PhD in Chemical Engineering from University of Nottingham (March-2011) and MSc in Environmental Engineering from University of Manchester (October-1998). Also I have got BSc with Honor in Chemical Engineering from Saddam University (July-1994). • 2006 University of Nottingham-Health and Safety Regulations
2005 Broxtowe College-IT course in training group.
2000-2001 Best Ltd (Training Company)-NVQ2 in IT and IBT2
PhD in Chemical Engineering, University of Nottingham, 2011. The title of the thesis : Energy Utilization into Value Added Product.
MSc in Environmental Engineering, University of Manchester, 1998. The title of the thesis: A review of the performance of settling tanks and some preliminary experiments.
BSc (Hon.) in Chemical Engineering, University of Saddam, 1994. The title of the thesis: A recovery of Magnesia from Dolomite.
List of significant Publications
Estimation of Metal Ions in Various Soil Samples in Relation to Crop Production (Wheat, Mustard, Barley) at Different Region of Dehradun India M. Amin Mir , Muhammad Waqar Ashraf , MMS Jassal , Maythem Mahmud, Scopus August 2020.
Formulation Design and Evaluation of Solid Lipid Micro-particles of Curcumin for the Treatment of Alzheimer’s disease M. Amin Mir , Maythem Mahmud. (International Journal of R. in Pharma. Sciences), Scopus December 2020.
Water desalination in Arab gulf with applying energy saving, University of Cambridge, July 2012.
Applications for High Carbon Pulverised Fuel Ash (PFA), International Conference on Coal Science and Technology, 2007.
Utilisation of Coal Combustion by-Products, WARMNET conference held at Jubilee Campus-University of Nottingham on 5th of July 2007.
Impact of Increasing Use of Alternative Fuels on Emissions and Marketability of Combustion by-Products, the Future Energy: Chemical Solutions in September 2007.
Utilisation of Pulverised Fuel Ash Derived from Imported Coals into Value Added Products, the 7th European Conference on Coal Research and its Applications, 2009.
Characterisation of pulverised fuel ash derived from co-firing biomass and their utilisation for value added products, International conference on coal ash and an oral presentation was given at this World Coal Ash conference. The World of Coal Ash, Science, Applications, and Sustainability, May 4-7 2009, Lexington, Kentucky. Organised by the American Coal Ash Association and the University of Kentucky Centre for Applied Energy Research, 2009.
Mahmud, M., Maroto-Valer, M.M., and Brandwood, R. (2010). “Utilisation high carbon pulverised fuel ash”. The Coal Research Forum, 21st Annual Meeting of The Combustion and Environmental Divisions. Ratcliffe-On-Soar, Nottinghamshire, 14th April 2010.
Conferences attended in related to the projected as they listed below:
UKERC Sumer School (Energy Solutions), 3rd-7th July 2006.
Sustainability CO2ncrete solutions on ground granulated blast furnace slag cement. University of Edinburgh, 2006.
DEFRA workshop on how alternative mineral resources can be incorporated into construction products. 20th April 2007, Derby.
We don’t just want you to think about cutting CO2 emissions. We want you to help us achieve our targets, 3rd May 2007, University of Nottingham.
Membership in Professional Associations
RSC-Member: Royal Society of Chemistry Journal.
ACAA-Member: American Coal Ash Association Journal.
Introduction to Chemistry
Chemistry for Engineering
Chemistry lab for above courses
My favorite areas were related to my previous background energy utilization (i.e. power generation) and water treatment through achieving the settling process at the sedimentation tank. These main areas are really important especially in recent years in-terms of globalization of CO2 generation through different unfriendly environment resources like coal and oil and on the second area specialized on reducing the energy consumption in water treatment plant.