• Aziz Lab

    Energy and Process Integration

  • Research

    This is about research

  • Vehicle Grid Integration

    Advanced integration of electric vehicle for grid ancillary services

Welcome to Aziz Laboratory

Energy and Process Integration Engineering

In this lab, a highly efficient and clean energy system is developed toward the realization of a sustainable society. Analysis and modeling of micro to macro scale for each individual energy conversion process and elemental technology are performed, together with the effort to integrate them efficiently. In addition, a mutual correlation (conversion and utilization) between the electricity chemical energy is also studied

Research Areas

Energy systems, Process design, Power generation, Carbon capture and storage, Hydrogen production, Renewable Energy, Energy conservation, Energy and exergy analysis, Exergy recovery, Electric vehicle, Batteries, Smart grid

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Department of Mechanical Engineering
IME International Graduate Program

Lab Posters

News and Events

Black liquor H2/power co-production employing SCWG and chemical looping in APEN

The study on black liquor utilization for power and hydrogen co-production employing integrated supercritical water gasification and chemical looping has been accepted and published in Applied Energy. Congratulation Arif and ......

Chemical looping ammonia production in IJHE

The work on chemical looping ammonia production has been accepted and published in International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. Congratulation Firman!. Abstract:Ammonia (NH3) is one of the most valuable chemicals due ......

Microalgae to hydrogen employing supercritical gasification and chemical looping has been published in RSER (IF 9.17)

The work dealing with the effort to produce hydrogen from microalgae efficiently, and store it to methylcyclo hexane has been accepted and published in Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Elsevier. ......

Municipal solid waste treatment through wet torrefaction was published in Waste Management

The paper on wet torrefaction treatment for mixed organic-plastic of municipal solid waste entitled “Utilization of mixed organic-plastic of municipal solid waste as renewable solid fuel employing wet torrefaction” has ......
The University of Tokyo
Insitute of Industrial Science