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Department of Chemical Engineering – Faculty of Engineering – University of Malaya – 50603 Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia

Wan Ramli Wan
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Principal Research Fellow, Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering
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University of Malaya
Daud obtained BEng First Class Honours in chemical engineering from University of Monash, Australia (1978), and PhD degree in chemical engineering from University of Cambridge, UK (1984). He is Principal Research Fellow at University of Malaya. He was Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM)-Petronas Professor of Sustainable Hydrogen Energy at Fuel Cell Institute, UKM (2019–2021); Professor of Chemical Engineering at Department of Chemical and Process Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment, UKM (1996–2019); Founding Director and Principal Research Fellow of Fuel Cell Institute, UKM (2007–2021); Fellow of Academy of Sciences Malaysia 2012. He won the Merdeka Award in 2016, Malaysia’s top award for scientist; Anugerah Tokoh Akademik Bahasa Melayu (2020) for advancing Malay as language of science; and Highly Cited Researcher Awards 2015–2022. His research areas are on green hydrogen energy, e.g. photoelectrochemical cells, electrolysis and microbial electrolysis cells; fuel cells technology, e.g. proton exchange membrane, solid oxide, direct methanol and microbial fuel cells; and sustainable industrial drying technology.
Sustainable Development Goals: 
7 - Affordable and clean energy
11 - Sustainable cities and communities
13 - Climate action
Green hydrogen energy, chemical and microbial electrolysis, zero emission, fuel cells, sustainable industrial drying
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Last updated on 06/07/2022