Research Fellow, UWA
Arman completed his master’s by research at the University of New South Wales in Reactor Engineering, Design and Catalysis. Prior to joining UWA Arman worked for Origin Energy for two years as a Process and Control Engineer where he had opportunities to learn about the cutting edge technologies and processes involved from upstream gas production to LNG production. Now as a PhD student at UWA Arman’s research is on Avoiding Cryogenic Solid Formation in LNG Production which has applications in the LNG industry to avoid blockages in the Main LNG Cyrogenic Heat Exchanger and Distillation (Scrub) Columns.
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