Academic Profile : Faculty

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Assoc Prof Lau Wai Man
Associate Professor, School of Chemistry, Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology
Assistant Chair (Academic), School of Chemistry, Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology (CCEB)
 
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Dr Raymond Lau joined the School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering in December 2005. He received his Ph.D. degree in Chemical Engineering under the supervision of Prof. Liang-Shih Fan from the Ohio State University. He currently serves as the associate editor of Advanced Powder Technology by Elsevier Science and a regular reviewer of over 11 international journals such as AIChE Journal, International Journal of Pharmaceutics, Chemical Engineering Science, etc.
Dr Lau's areas of expertise are Fluidization, Multiphase Flow, and Reactor Design. His current research works focus on the kinetic and hydrodynamic study of Fisher-Tropsch Synthesis process, particle formulation and inhaler design in dry powder inhalation, and process engineering study of microalgae cultivation. For more information, please visit his research homepage at: http://www.ntu.edu.sg/home/WMLau/
 
  • A Sustainable Bio-platform for High Quality Microbial Protein Production
  • A Sustainable Bio-platform for High Quality Microbial Protein Production (SCBE-CMH_NEW)
  • A Sustainable Bio-platform for High Quality Microbial Protein Production (SCBE-LWM_NEW)
  • A Sustainable Bio-platform for High Quality Microbial Protein Production (SCBE-LWM)
  • Incinerator flue gas treatment and utilisation for microalgae food production
  • Learning-based state estimation of large-scale nonlinear complex industrial processes – enabling intelligent process monitoring and process control for digital and smart manufacturing
  • Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers (LOHCs) Technology for Singapore (LWM_SCBE)
US 2014/0331552 A1: Bioreactor (2018)
Abstract: According to embodiments of the present invention, a bioreactor for growing photoautotrophic organisms is provided. The bioreactor includes a vessel configured to receive the photoautotrophic organisms, the vessel having a longitudinal axis, which a circumferential wall extends around said axis, wherein said circumferential wall is translucent so as to enable light to enter the vessel from the outside for acting on the photoautotrophic organisms, wherein a device for providing an uneven distribution of the light intensity within said vessel along said axis is provided.
Courses Taught
CB1102 Introduction To Chemical & Biomedical Engineering

CH4245 Case Studies For CBE Engineers