Senior Research Engineer, Amec Foster Wheeler’s Research and Development Department
I look back on my years at ÅAU and GSCE with treasured memories of hard work and friendships that enriched me in uncountable ways.
What did you study at ÅAU and when?
I did my doctoral studies at the Faculty of Technology, Laboratory of Inorganic Chemistry supported by the Graduate School in Chemical Engineering (GSCE) on gaseous emissions, and especially kinetics of nitrogen oxides reactions in fluidized bed combustion of biomass and waste fuels; years 2001–2006.
What does ÅAU mean to you?
I look back on my years at ÅAU and GSCE with treasured memories of hard work and friendships that enriched me in uncountable ways. My time at ÅAU was a discovery, and in many aspects, a turning point in my life
ÅAU has existed for almost 100 years. Why should it exist for at least another 100?
Definitely, keeping its legacy of profound knowledge, respect towards all people, and a universally positive spirit.
What has your time at ÅAU given you?
Professionally, tools and skills to manage complex tasks through an inquiring and independent way of thinking, possibility to network with other doctoral students and experts in the field, both from academia and industry through participation in postgraduate courses, seminars, and conferences. Last but not the least, lifetime friendships and family.
What thoughts does the ÅAU 100th anniversary give rise to?
Hope that future generation of students will have the opportunity to get education, and grow up professionally in the atmosphere of this great institution.
Director, Residues & Resource Reclamation Centre (R3C), Assistant Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Nanyang Environment and Water Research Institute, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore