Alternative fuels, Life cycle studies
Degree: Postdoctoral Researcher
Department: Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry
-Generation of bioenergy from high solid content feedstocks -Designing anaerobic digestion systems for biofuel and value added products -Producing biodiesel from waste oil and grease -Biomass and bioproducts: integrated biorefineries -Life cycle and policy analysis of bioproducts and biofuels Dr. Abdul-Sattar Nizami has a PhD in green grass: developing grass for sustainable gaseous biofuel (2008-2011). He has published 15 peer review journal papers (total impact factor of 58.9), 8 international conference papers, 5 book chapters and a further 2 invited lectures; his work has been cited over 126 times in peer review press (H factor of 7). He is the reviewer for high impact journals like Biofuels, bioproducts and biorefineries, Bioresource technology, Energy, Bioprocess and biosystems engineering, International journal of life cycle assessment & Clean technologies and environmental policy. He was the reviewer for world renewable energy congress 2011, Sweden bioenergy technology (BE), 8-11 May 2011, Linköping, Sweden. He is currently working with Prof. Brad Saville and Prof. Heather MacLean of the Dept. of Chemical Eng. & Applied Chemistry and Civil Engineering as a Post-doctoral Fellow.