Prof. Dr. Bassim H. Hameed
PhD. Chemical Engineering
Department of Chemical Engineering, Qatar University
Dr. Bassim H. Hameed is currently a Professor at the Department of Chemical Engineering, Qatar University. His research expertise is in Catalytic Reaction Engineering and Adsorption Technology. The aim of his research is to develop new and innovative nanoporous materials for the application in the fields of energy and environment. Prior to joining Qatar University in 2019, he was a full professor at the School of Chemical Engineering, University of Science Malaysia and worked for the last 20 years. He has been actively engaged in research, and established an excellent national and international research collaboration network. Also, he managed to secure and complete many research grants; 15 research projects as Lead Principal Investigator and 9 research projects as Principal Investigator. Dr. Bassim has successfully supervised as a main supervisor the works of 5 postdoctoral fellows, 23 Ph.D., 28 master students, and more than 70 final-year projects by research for undergraduate students. His research in the field has resulted in publication of 295 articles in reputable indexed-journals, and other 100 articles in international journals and conference proceedings. His publications have made a great impact in the field by receiving more than 43,160times (Google Scholar); this is the highest achievement at Qatar University. His top published article received 4,990 citations, and he has many highly-cited articles (Clarivate Analytics). Dr. Bassim’s h-index is 104 and his i10-index is 279. Dr. Bassim received many awards in recognition to his work in the field. His name listed as Highly Cited Researchers in Engineering for six years (2014–2019) (Clarivate Analytics), Most Cited Researchers 2016 for Chemical Engineering & Environmental Science and Engineering Subjects (Shanghai Global Rankings of Academic Subjects). Prof. Bassim’s names has been listed in the 12th Edition of webometrics as a Highly Cited Researchers (h-index >100) according to Google Scholar Citations public profile. With this achievement, He was among the 4,167 Highly Cited Researchers of all disciplines (as of April 2020) around the world, based on frequencies (with h-index > 100, indicating over 100 articles are cited at least 100 times each) in the Google Scholar Citations database.