Dr Nabisab Mujawar Mubarak is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Engineering, Universiti Teknologi Brunei, Brunei Darussalam. He serves as a scientific reviewer in numerous journals in Chemical Engineering and Nano Technology. Dr. Mubarak has published more than 220 journal papers, 30 conference proceedings and authored 30 book chapters with an H-index of 47. His interest areas are carbon nanomaterials synthesis, magnetic biochar production using microwave and wastewater treatment using advanced materials. He is a recipient of the Curtin Malaysia Most Productive Research award, outstanding faculty of Chemical Engineering award, Best Scientific Research Award London and exceptional scientist in publication and citation by i- Proclaim, Malaysia. He also has the distinction of being listed in the top two percent of the world's most influential scientists in chemicals and energy. Dr. Mubarak is a Fellow Member of the Institution of Engineers Australia, a Chartered Professional Engineer (CPEng) of The Institution of Engineers Australia, and a Chartered Chemical Engineer of the Institute of Chemical Engineering (IChemE) UK. He has published 4 books and is co-editor for ongoing Elsevier-edited books: 1) Nanomaterials for Carbon Capture and Conversion Technologies, 2) Advanced nanomaterials and nanocomposites for Bioelectrochemical Systems, 3). Water Treatment Using Engineered Carbon Nanotubes, and 4) Emerging Water Pollutants: Concerns and Remediation Technologies. His research interest are advanced carbon nanomaterials synthesis via microwave technology, MXene synthesis and its application in wastewater treatment and energy storage, graphene/CNT buckypaper for strain sensor application, biofuels, magnetic buckypaper, immobilization of enzymes, protein purification, magnetic biochar production using a microwave, and wastewater treatment using advanced materials. Nizamuddin Sabzoi
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