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Ebrahim Al Hajri

  • Faculty at ME Department & Director of Continuing Education
  • Khalifa University of Science and Technology
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About

Dr. Al Hajri is a graduate of the University of Maryland. He earned his PhD in 2009 and since then he has been very active in teaching, services and research. His research is in the fields of energy, HVAC and oil/gas industries. His research focus is on microchannel heat and mass exchangers design, micro reactors, process enhancement, waste heat recovery, HVAC and energy efficiency and renewable energy applications. His research group is currently involved in several project such as: waste heat recovery utilizing microchannel heat and mass exchangers absorption systems, gas sweeting inside microchannel reactors, and polymerization inside microchannel reactors. Dr. Al Hajri is also the National and International Collaboration coordinator where he overlooks the various academical and industrial collaborations and agreements for PI at the national and international levels. At this capacity he is allowed to plan, organize, facilitate and sustain the different initiatives and programs of the agreements. His office also handles Alumni Relations, Student Exchange and the Outreach prgram.

Recent publications

  • Novel autonomous recycling system

    • Al-Obaidi A
    • Al-Ali K
    • Rabia M
    • et al.
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  • Novel autonomous recycling system

    • Al-Obaidi A
    • Al-Ali K
    • Rabia M
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
    0Citations

Professional experience

Faculty at ME Department & Director of Continuing Education

Khalifa University

April 2017 - Present

Associate Professor and Director of External Relations & Collaborations

The Petroleum Institute

August 2009 - April 2017(8 years)

Education

PhD in Mechanical Engineering

University of Maryland - College Park

August 2003 - June 2009(6 years)

M.S. in Mechanical Engineering

University of Colorado at Denver

January 2000 - July 2003(4 years)

B.S. in Mechanical Engineering

University of Arizona

January 1998 - May 2001(3 years)