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Mehri Sanati

Mehri Sanati, Iranian, Swedish chemical engineer, researcher. Achievements include patents for improvement of catalytic properties for reduction of Volatile Organic Compounds; research in utilization of aerosol particle science and technology for aerosol particle emission technologies, optimising cleaning devices and nanoparticle products by aerosol processes, catalysts. Recipient Technology Achievement award, Tore Danielsson, 2000.

Background

  • Sanati, Mehri was born on March 26, 1947 in Broujerd, Iran. Daughter of Taghih and Kokab Sanati.

  • Education

    • Doctor of Philosophy Chemical England, Lund Institute of Technology, Sweden.

    Career

    • Assistant professor Lund Institute of Technology, Lund, Sweden, 1990—1993, Amir-Kabir University of Technology, Tehran, 1994—1997. Associate professor Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, 1997—1998. Professor Vaexjo University, Vaexjo, Sweden, since 1998.

      Consulting in petrochemical Swedish and English Company, Tehran, Iran, 1980—1986.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include patents for improvement of catalytic properties for reduction of Volatile Organic Compounds. Research in utilization of aerosol particle science and technology for aerosol particle emission technologies, optimising cleaning devices and nanoparticle products by aerosol processes, catalysts.

    Membership

    Member of Nordic Aerosol Society, Gesellschaft fur Aerosolforschung, Nordic Society for Catalysts Research, American Association for Aerosol Research (associate).

    Connections

    • Married Mostafa Faghihi, February 5, 1997.
    • father: Taghih Sanati
    • mother: Kokab Sanati
    • spouse: Mostafa Faghihi
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    Born March 26, 1947
    (age 70)
    Nationality
    • 1990 - 1993
      Assistant, professor Lund Institute of Technology
      Lund, Nevada, United States
    • 1997 - 1998
      associate, professor Royal Institute of Technology
      Stockholm, Stockholms Lan, Sweden
    • 1998
      professor, Vaexjo University
      Sweden

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