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Auwal Aliyu (Ph.D)

Ph.D (Chemical Engineering), Newcastle University, Newcastle Upon-Tyne, UK. (2019).
Postgraduate Certificate in Advanced Studies in Academic Practice, Newcastle University, Newcastle Upon-Tyne, UK. (2012).
Masters in International Affairs and Diplomacy (Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. (2011).

M.Eng (Chemical Technology of Natural Fuels and Carbon Materials), Lomonosov Moscow State Academy of Fine Chemical Technology, Moscow. (2006).
B.Eng (Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology), Lomonosov Moscow State Academy of Fine Chemical Technology, Moscow. (2004).

Russian Language and Preparatory Course, Mendeleeve Institue of Chemical Engineering, Novomoskovsk, Russia. (1999-2000).

Professional profile

Auwal is an Associate Professor at Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, and a Fellow of The British Higher Education Academy, UK (since 2012). Auwal has received various academic scholarship prizes, including the Bilateral Educational Agreement (BEA) prizes to study Russian language and engineering in Russia. Auwal also benefited from the Petroleum Technology Development Fund (PTDF) of Nigeria's Provisional scholarship awards for the Postgraduate certificate in advanced studies and academic, as well as the PhD fellowship. Auwal is a key supervisory team member training the first batch of Dangote Refinery R&D personnel at A.B.U Zaria's Department of Chemical Engineering. He also works as a consultant with the Raw Materials and Development Council (RMDC) in Abuja, Nigeria. Auwal Aliyu has contributed to a number of notable conferences at Den-Haag in The Netherlansd, Nice in France, and Scotland in the UK. He has World-Class Journal publications in journals such as Fuel (Elsevier), Bioresourve Tecnology Reports (Elsevier), Chemical Engineering journal Advances (Elsevier), and Waters (MDPI). His most recent co-authored work is titled ''Recycling of Waste lubricating oil: A Study of recycling technologies with a focus on catalytic cracking and life cycle assessments'' published in Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering (Elsevier).

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