Najah Al Mhanna

Bio


Dr.-Ing. Najah Al Mhanna
Head of Department
Department of Engineering

GUtech, PO Box 1816, Athaibah PC 130, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman. Room: 334A
+968 2206 1126 (office)

najah.almhanna@gutech.edu.om

Short biogaphy:

Najah Al Mhanna holds a Bachelor degree (1997), a MSc (2002), and a PhD degree (Dr.-Ing) in Chemical and Biological Engineering. He worked as assistant lecturer in Iraq, research associate in Germany, and assistant professor in Oman. Additionally, he is an instructor to deliver training courses in “Simulation of Chemical Processes” that are offered in the Middle East by the company Chemstations.Eu.

Education
  • PhD , Chemical and Biological Engineering, Chemical and Biological Engineering Department, Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany., 2011.
  • MSc , Chemical Engineering, Baghdad University, Iraq, 2001.
  • BSc , Chemical Engineering, Baghdad University, Iraq, 1997.
Teaching
  • Simulation techniques, Bioprocess Engineering, Thermal separation, Thermodynamics, Environmental Engineering
Research

Research Areas

  • Bioprocess Engineering, Thermal separation, Simulation, Solar Energy, Environmental Engineering

Research Projects

Publications

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Trainings taken
  • Train the trainer : PSI control Energy Management and PSI control SCADA for Oil and Gas, 28/08/2017 – 08/09/2017, Germany.
  • Research simulation training course “ Chemical Process Development”, 11/07/2016 – 04/08/2016, Germany.
  • Simulation course “CHEMCAD Seminar”, 07/04/2016 – 08/04/2016, Italy.
  • Lectures, tutorials and workshops in “Fundamentals of Selection, Synthesis and Design of Thermal Separation Processes” Organized by Forschungs-Gesellschaft Verfahrenstechnik e.V. GVT (Research Society Process Engineering) , Germany., 03/11/2015 – 06/11/2015, Germany.
  • Practical specialization course in Bioprocess Engineering- Cell Culture Technology, 29/08/2011 – 16/09/2011, Institute of Bioprocess Engineering, Chemical and Biological Engineering Department, Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany..