I hold a B.Sc. and a master degree in chemical engineering from Shiraz University, Iran. After my master degree, I worked as a process engineer for three years. Then I joined IAUMIS and worked as a university lecturer for five years. My main research and work experiences are industrial crystallization, synthesis and characterization of materials, process simulation and optimization, thermodynamics of chemical engineering processes. Currently I am working as a PhD student in energy science at Luleå University of Technology. My doctoral thesis goal is to understand mechanism of bed particle agglomeration in fluidized bed gasification/combustion of biomass.
- A. Alamdari, A. Valizadeh, “Adductive crystallization of BPA under the influence of water and acetone”, In BIWIC 2007: 14th International Workshop on Industrial Crystallization: September 9th-11th, 2007, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa (p. 153). IOS Press.
- A. Valizadeh, A. Alamdari, F. Esmaeilzadeh, “Measuring meta-stable zone width for gas hydrate crystallization for methane and carbon dioxide”, 1st national Iranian conference on gas hydrates, Tehran, Iran, 2011.
- A. Valizadeh, A. Alamdari, F. Esmaeilzadeh, “Prediction of induction time for methane and carbon dioxide hydrates”, 1st national Iranian conference on gas hydrates, Tehran, Iran, 2011.
- Pretreatment of Wheat Straw for Biofuel Production by Using Water Vapor and Supercritical Carbon Dioxide