Visiting professor at Texas A&M University, USA
and Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China
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PSE for SPEED
Dr. Rafiqul Gani retired at the end of 2017 as professor of systems design at the Department of Chemical & Biochemical Engineering, The Technical University of Denmark and the former head and
co-founder of the Computer Aided Process Engineering Center (CAPEC). He has published 491 peer-reviewed journal-proceedings articles plus book chapters and delivered over 350 lectures, seminars and plenary/keynote lectures at international conferences, institutions and companies all over the world.
Professor Gani is the former editor-in-chief of the Computers and Chemical Engineering journal (2009-2015), editor for the Elsevier CACE book series and serves in the editorial advisory boards of the Journal of Process Systems Engineering, Sustainability in Production and Current Opinion in Chemical Engineering.
“Prof.Rafiqul Gani, Systems Coversations at Cornell University”
Professor Gani has been awarded three Doctor Honoris Causa degrees from University Politehnica Bucharest, University of Pannonia and Babes-Bolyai University. Professor Gani is the
ex-president of the EFCE (European Federation of Chemical Engineering), serving two terms 2014-2016 and 2016-2018;
a member of the Danish Academy of Science; a Fellow of the AIChE and a Fellow of IChemE. He was awarded the AIChE (CAST Division) Computers in Chemical Engineering 2015 award in November 2015. Currently he leads a research group called “SPEED” (Sustainable Product Process Engineering, Evaluation and Design) and manages the KT industrial consortium through which the results from “SPEED” are channeled to the industry.
Dr. Gani is the co-founder and CEO of the company “PSE for SPEED” providing innovative, accurate and consistent engineering solutions very fast to industrial clients. He is also a Distinguished (visiting) Professor at Zhejiang University in Hangzhou (China) and a Visiting Professor at Texas A&M University, College station (USA). His current research interests continues with the development and application of computer aided methods and tools for modelling, property estimation, process-product synthesis & design, and process-tools integration.