Leading research in process systems engineering.

Curtin process systems engineering expert Professor Moses Tade

BSc(Hons)(Ife) MSc PhD(Queens) FIChemE CEng HonFIEAust CPEng

Curtin Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor of Science and Engineering Professor Moses Tade is nationally and internationally regarded for his research in chemical engineering. He has significant expertise in process systems engineering and has helped develop the necessary theory to understand industrial systems using computer-based methods. He is the founding editor-in-chief of the Asia-Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering.

Since beginning his career, Professor Tade has received substantial funding from both industry and the Australian Research Council (ARC) for his projects. He has successfully supervised more than 30 PhD students and several master students and research fellows. He has published five books as well as more than 300 research papers in reputed journals with an h-index of 39 and more than 5,000 citations.

Professor Tade was listed in the Top 100 Australia’s Most Influential Engineers in 2008 and was the former Chair of IChemE in Australia as well as a Vice-President of the IChemE Council. He is a past president of the Australian Council of Engineering Deans (2015 and 2016) and former chair of the ARC Panel for Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Earth Sciences for the Discovery and DECRA grants in 2016. He was also a member of the Australian Research Council (ARC) College of Experts (from 2014 to 2017).

Professor Tade was originally awarded the John Curtin Distinguished Professor title in 2011 and was then nominated for a consecutive period in 2016.

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