CHEMICAL AND ELECTROCHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION LABORATORY
Texas Tech University
Department of Chemical Engineering
Electrochemical Innovation for Process Intensification
Masi is a first-year doctoral student in Chemical Engineering at Texas Tech. She graduated from the Sharif University of Technology with a Master’s degree in Chemical Engineering in 2013. She focused on the removal of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from pollutant air over transition metals oxide supported by alumina at low temperature for her Master’s thesis. She joined CETI lab in Fall 2019. Her research revolves around ammonia and biomass electrolysis. She is currently working on sewage sludge electrolysis with a switch polarity technique to reduce the biomass and pathogen deactivation.
Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, Texas Tech University
M.S., Chemical Engineering, Thermodynamic and Catalyst Sharif University of Technology, Iran (2013)
B.S., Chemical Engineering, Ferdowsi University, Iran (2011)