Mohammad Mozahar Hossain is a Professor in Chemical Engineering,
College of Engineering Sciences at King Fahd University of
Petroleum & Minerals. He graduated from
Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, completed a Master's degree from
King Fahd University of
Petroleum & Minerals, Saudi Arabia and received his
PhD degree from
The University of Western Ontario, Canada, all in Chemical Engineering.
M. Mozahar Hossain is a
professional engineer, currently registered with
Professional Engineers of Ontario,
Canada. He is an Editorial Board member of
International Journal of Chemical Reactor Engineering
Associate Editor of
Arabian Journal of Science and Engineering.
M. Mozahar Hossain is an enthusiastic and
innovative educator who is actively involved in supervising,
training both graduate and undergraduate level Chemical
Engineering Students. His formal fields of research are
catalysis/chemical reaction engineering. His main focus is
on the development of next generation technologies in order to
use valuable resources such as petroleum feed stocks and
bio-resources more efficiently with minimum environmental
impacts. He performed substantial research in petroleum refining,
petrochemicals and chemical-looping combustion (CLC-carbon
dioxide capture). His works have been published as
referred Journal articles, 7 (seven) issued US Patents and over
80 conference contributions.
He has been heavily involved in client funded research projects,
including KACST, NSERC-Natural Science and Engineering Research
Council of Canada, UOP, Saudi Aramco and SABIC.