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researcher , Chemical engineer

Firooz Rasouli, Iranian chemical engineer, researcher. Achievements include research in the development of a regenerative water recovery system for space applications; development of a catalytic process for detoxification of chlorinated hydrocarbons; one patent and two patents pending. Recipient certified for outstanding contribution in radon mitigation design Environmental Protection Agency, 1992.

Background

Rasouli, Firooz was born on October 15, 1948 in Tehran, Iran. Came to the United States, 1974. Son of Khalil and Batool (Azami) Rasouli.

Education

Master of Science, Illinois Institute of Technology, 1976. Doctor of Philosophy, Illinois Institute of Technology, 1981.

Career

Adjunct Professor, Illinois Institute Technology, Chicago, Illinois, since 1981.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in the development of a regenerative water recovery system for space applications. Development of a catalytic process for detoxification of chlorinated hydrocarbons. One patent and two patents pending.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Fellow American Institute Chemists. Member American Institute Chemical Engineers, American Chemical Society, The Science Research Society North America.

Connections

Married Mahnaz Allameh, July 4, 1978. Children: Tannaz, Beeta.

father:
Khalil Rasouli

mother:
Batool (Azami) Rasouli

spouse:
Mahnaz Allameh

children:
Tannaz Rasouli

Beeta Rasouli