رزومه

  1. Personal data:

      Fatemeh Sabzi Sarvestani

 

 

  1. Education:

      Shiraz University, Iran, B.S. (Chemistry), 1997.

      Shiraz University, Iran, M.S. (Physical Chemistry), 1999.

      Shiraz University, Iran, Ph.D. (Physical Chemistry), 2008.

      Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany, Visiting Scholar, 2007-2008.

 

 

  1. Teaching Experience

            Institution                                       Designation                                  Dates

      Shiraz University                                   Instructor                                 1997-1999

      Shiraz University                                   Instructor                                 2005-2007

     Shiraz University of Technology           Assist. Prof.                              2010-Now

 

 

 

  1. Research Interests:

      Equation of State, Diffusion, Solubility, Sorption and Compatibility in Polymer

      Solutions and Blends, Molecular Dynamic Simulation, Separation Technology,

      Fluid Phase Equilibrium, Natural Philosophy, Theoretical and Practical Wisdom.  

 

 

 

  1. Honors and Awards:

      Outstanding M.S. Student at Shiraz University (1999).

      Honored Teacher at Department of Chemical Engineering, Shiraz University of 

      Technology, (2010).

      Honored Researcher at Department of Chemical Engineering, Shiraz University of 

      Technology, (2012).

     

 

  1. Attendance in Workshop:

      1.  Workshop on Latex Software, Shiraz University, Shiraz, Iran, 24-30 September,     

            2004.

      2.  Workshop on Molecular Dynamic Simulation, Isfahan University of Technology,  

      Isfahan, Iran, 11-14 March, 2005.               

      3.   Workshop on Molecular Dynamic Simulation, Isfahan University of Technology,  

      Isfahan, Iran, 13-16 December, 2005.

      4. Workshop on Polymers in Nanotechnology, Salerno Sala della Provincia, Itly, 27-29 September 2007.

      5. Ionic Liquids DFG-SPP 1191 Workshop: Theoretical Aspects, Technische

      Universität Darmstadt, Germany, 30 June-1 July 2008.

 

 

  1. Research Papers Presented at the Recent National and International Conference
  2. 7thIranian Physical Chemistry Seminar, Isfahan University of Technology,  

       Isfahan, Iran, 8-10 March, 2005, P. 75.       

2. STEPI 7, 7th European Technical Symposium on Polyimides & High Performance Functional Polymers, Polytech Montpellier, Universite Montpellier II, Montpellier, France, 9-11 May, 2005, P. 170.

 

3. STEPI 7, 7th European Technical Symposium on Polyimides & High Performance Functional Polymers, Polytech Montpellier, Universite Montpellier II, Montpellier, France, 9-11 May, 2005, P. 171.

 

4. ISPST 2005, The 4th International Conference on Polymer Science and   

      Technology, Amirkabir University, Tehran, Iran, 27-29 September, 2005, P. 232,   

      Part I.

      

        5. ISPST 2005, The 4th International Conference on Polymer Science and  

      Technology, Amirkabir University, Tehran, Iran, 27-29 September, 2005, P. 232,  

      Part II.

 

            6.   Studying Polymer Miscibility: Dissipative Particle Dynamics and Thermodynamic 

      Integration: F. Sabzi, S. Roy and F. Mueller-Plathe, IChEC 2009, 6th International   

      Chemical Engineering Congress & Exhibition, Kish Island, 16-20 November 2009.

 

7.   Prediction of Liquid_ Liquid Equilibria of Binary Systems Containing Alcohols   

      using EoS-GE Models: F. Sabzi, H. Hashemi, S. Babaee and J. Javanmardi, IChEC

      2009, 6th International Chemical Engineering Congress & Exhibition, Kish Island,

      16-20 November 2009.

 

8.   P-V-T Properties of Phosphonium-based Ionic Liquids Using ISM Equation of

      State: S.M. Hosseini and F. Sabzi, 13th Iranian Physical Chemistry Seminar, Shiraz

      University of Technology, Iran, 12-15 April 2010.

9. Phase Equilibria of Hydrocarbon-Methanol Systems from Equation of State-Excess  

      Gibbs Energy (EoS-GE): H. Hashemi, P. Reshadi, S. Babaee and F. Sabzi, 13th 

      Iranian Physical Chemistry Seminar, Shiraz University of Technology, Iran, 12-15

      April 2010.

 

           10.  Mathematical Modeling and Investigation of Thermodiffusion in Liquid Metal

                  Alloys: M. Eslamian, F. Sabzi and Z. Saghir, IMT9, 9th International Meeting on

                  Thermodiffusion, Paul Sabatier University, Toulouse, France, 7-11 June 2010.

 

          11.  Sorption and Vapor Permeation of Ethanol/Water Mixture in Poly(vinylchloride)

      Membrane: F. Sabzi, First National Conference on Membrane and Membrane

      Processs, Tehran University, 15-16 February 2011.

 

12. Reformulation of Multicomponent Transport in Polymeric Membranes Based on

        Extended Maxwell-Stefan Model: F. Sabzi, ICOM2011, International Congress on

        Membranes and Membrane Processes, Amsterdam, Netherland, 24-29 July 2011.

 

13. Investigation of Natural Gas Phase Envelopes Using Two Newly Developed Equation of State with Binary Interaction Parameters: H. Alemi, F. Sabzi and Kh. Nasrifar, 3rd Technical Conference of Themodynamics, Gilan University, Iran, 2-3 October 2011.

 

14. Effect of Crosslinking on Natural Gas Permeation through Polyimide Membranes: E. Mansoori and F. Sabzi, The 7th International Chemical Engineering Congress and Exhibition (IChEC 2011), Kish Island, Iran, 21-24 November 2011.

 

15. A Thermodynamic Model for Estimating Acidic Gas Solubility in Aqueous  

        Alkanolamines: A. Heidari, Kh. Nasrifar and F. Sabzi, The 7th International  

        Chemical Engineering Congress and Exhibition (IChEC 2011), Kish Island, Iran,  

        21-24 November 2011.

 

16. Effect of Crosslinking on Natural Gas Permeation through Polyimide Membranes Using Feng Model: E. Mansoori and F. Sabzi, The 3th Conference of Separation Science and Engineering, Zahedan, Iran, 2-4 May 2012.

 

         17.  Thermodynamic Modeling of Binary Hexane-Polymer Systems Using a Cubic  

      Equation of State and UNIQUAC Model: S. Navabipoor and F. Sabzi, The 14th

      Iranian National Chemical Engineering Congress (IChEC 2012), Sharif University

      of Technology, Tehran, Iran, 16-18 October 2012.

 

        

          18. Application of PHSC Equation of State to PEG and PPG Polymers: D. Mohammad- 

              Aghaie, F. Sabzi and H. Moslehi, 15th Iranian physical Chemistry Conference,  

              University of Tehran, September 3-6 2012.

 

19. Thermodynamic Modeling of Ethanol-Water Sorption on Polycabonate and Poly(acrylic acid) Using Activity Models. S. Navabipoor and F. Sabzi, 21st Annual International Conference on Mechanical Engineering, K.N. Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, 7-9 May 2013.02.11

 

20. Modeling of CO2, C2H2 and C2H4 Sorption in Hydrogen-bonding Organic Framework. Hossein Molaei and F. Sabzi, 21st Annual International Conference on Mechanical Engineering, K.N. Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, 7-9 May 2013.02.11

 

21. Predicting of Sorption and Selectivity of Poly (vinyl alcohol) Membrane with Glutaraldehyde Crosslinking to Purify Water from THF. F. Hooshyar and F. Sabzi, 3rd National Conference of Fuel, Energy & Environment, Energy and Material Research Institute, Karaj, Iran, 17-18 Sep 2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Publications:

 

1.  The ISM Equation of state Applied to Refrigerants: F. Sabzi and A. Boushehri, Int. J.

     Thermophys. 20, 1547 (1999).

 

2.  Application of the ISM EoS for Polymer Melts: F. Sabzi and A. Boushehri, European

     Polymer Journal, 40, 1105 (2004).

 

3.  Application of the ISM EoS for Polymer Solutions and Blends: F. Sabzi and A. 

     Boushehri, European Polymer Journal, 40, 2689 (2004).

 

4.  Sorption Phenomena of Organic Solvents in Polymers: Part I. F. Sabzi and A.

     Boushehri, European Polymer Journal, 41, 974 (2005).

 

5.  Sorption Phenomena of Organic Solvents in Polymers: Part II. F. Sabzi and A.

     Boushehri, European Polymer Journal, 41, 2067 (2005).

 

6.  Sorption Phenomena of Organic Solvents on Polymer Surfaces: Part I. F. Sabzi   

     and A. Boushehri, Proceeding of STEPI 7, 7th European Technical Symposium on 

     Polyimides & High Performance Functional Polymers (2005).

 

7.   Sorption Phenomena of Organic Solvents on Polymer Surfaces: Part II. F. Sabzi   

      and A. Boushehri, Proceeding of STEPI 7, 7th European Technical Symposium on

      Polyimides & High Performance Functional Polymers (2005).

 

     8.    On Compatibility of Polymer Blends Part I: Copolymers with Organic Solvents

      F. Sabzi and A. Boushehri, Proceeding of ISPST2005, The 4th International

      Conference on Polymer Science and Technology (2005).

 

     9.   On Compatibility of Polymer Blends Part II: Homopolymers with Water Solvent

     F. Sabzi and A. Boushehri, Proceeding of ISPST2005, The 4th International

     Conference on Polymer Science and Technology (2005).

 

10. Modified Perturbed Hard-Sphere-Chain Equation of State for Alkali Metal Alloys:

       F. Sabzi and A. Boushehri, J. Non-Crystalline Solids. 352, 3113 (2006).

 

      11.  On Compatibility of Polymer Blends Part I: Copolymers with Organic Solvents

       F. Sabzi and A. Boushehri, J. Appl. Polymer Sci. 101, 492 (2006).

 

      12. Sorption Mechanism in Organic Solutions of Uncharged Polymers: F. Sabzi, F.   

            Ayatollahi and A. Boushehri, J. Appl. Poly. Sci. 117, 1867 (2010).

 

      13. Modeling of Thermodiffusion in Liquid Metal Mixtures: M. Eslamian, F. Sabzi, and

            Z. Saghir, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 12, 13835 (2010).

     

      14. Prediction of Liquid-Liquid Equilibria Binary Systems Containing Alcohols Using

            EoS-GE Models: H. Hashemi, S. Babaee, F. Sabzi, J. Javanmardi and Kh. Nasrifar,

            Iranian J. Chem. Eng. 7, 12 (2010).

 

      15. Prediction of Hydrate Formation Conditions Based on the vdWP-type Models at High 

            Pressures: J. Javanmardi, B. Partoon and F. Sabzi, Canadian J. Chem. Eng. 89, 254  

            (2011).

 

      16. Reformulation of Multicomponent Transport in Polymeric Membranes Based on

            Extended Maxwell-Stefan Model: F. Sabzi, J. mem. Sci. (2012), (submitted).    

 

      17. Sorption of CO2, C2H2 and C2H4 in HOF-1a Studied by PHSC Equation of State, F. 

            Sabzi and Hossein Molaei, Fluid Phase Equilibria 360, 23 (2013).

 

    18. Prediction of Water Vapor Sorption in the Polymeric Membranes Using PHSC Equation

          of State, Abbas Hosseini, Fatemeh Sabzi and Mohammad Reza Talaghat, J. Chem.  

          Therm. 2014, (submitted).

 

    19. Sorption of Methane in A Series of Zn-based MOFs Studied by PHSC Equation of    

          State, Majid Tahmooresi and Fatemeh Sabzi, Thermochimica Acta, 2014 (submitted).

 

    20. Sorption of CO2, C2H2 and C2H4 in M'MOF-2 Studied by PHSC Equation of State,  

          Hossein Molaei and F. Sabzi, Fluid Phase Equilibria 2014, (submitted).

 

    21. Sorption of CO2, C2H2 and C2H4 in A Series of Ionic Liquids Studied by PHSC  

          Equation of State, Hossein Molaei and F. Sabzi, J. Molecular Liquid 2014, (submitted).

 

 

 

9.   Book Chapters: 

 

1. Sorption Phenomena of Organic Solvents on Polymer Surfaces: F. Sabzi and A.  

    Boushehri, in “Recent Developments in Polymer Research” Chapter 5, Anthony V.

    Hopper (Editor), Nova Science Publisher, Inc. Hauppauge N.Y., (2007).

 

2.  On Compatibility of Polymer Blends: F. Sabzi and A. Boushehri, in ''Frontiers in 

     Polymer Research'' Chapter 7, Robert K. Bregg (Editor), Nova Science Publisher, Inc.

     Hauppauge N.Y., (2006).

 

  1. Water Sorption and Solvent Sorption in Polymer Blends: F. Sabzi, in "Characterization

     of  Polymer Blends: Miscibility, Morphology and Interfaces." Chapter 13, Editors:  

     Sabu Thomas (India), Yves Grohens (France) and Jyotishkumar Parameswaran Pillai 

     (India), John Wiley & Sons Ltd. (2013).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10.   Supervised M.S. Students' Thesis:

 

1. A Thermodynamic Model for Estimating Acid Gas Solubility in Aqueous

    Alkanolamines and Their Mixtures, Afshin Heidari, 2011.

 

2. Investigation of Gas condensate Systems Using Three New Equation of State with Binary Interaction Parameters, Hamed Alemi Arani, 2011.

 

3. Theoretical Analysis of CO2/CH4 Separation Process Using Polyimide Membranes, Elahe Mansouri, 2012.

 

  4. Modeling of Ethylene-Acetylene Separation using Perturbed-Hard-Sphere-Chain Equation of State, Hossein Molaei, 2012.

 

5. Thermodynamic Modeling of Ethanol-Water Separation through Membranes, Saeed  Navabipoor, 2012.

 

6. Sorption and Permeation Studies of THF-Water Mixture Using Full Interpenetrating Network Membranes, Fatemeh Hooshyar, 2013.

 

7. Modeling of the Dehydration of Gas through Membrane Using PHSC Equation of State, Abbas Hosseini, 2013.

 

8. Simulation of Biodiesel production by Reactive Distillation, Alireza Panahian, 2013.

 

 

 

11.  Research Contract with Industry:

 

Evaluation of the possibility of C2H2/C2H4 separation using membranes in Kavian Petrochemical Industry by H. Molaei and F. Sabzi, 2013.

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