Dr Hadi Hosseiniamoli joined the Centre for Infrastructure Engineering as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in 2018. He obtained his Bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering from Sharif University of Technology in Iran before receiving an admission directly into a PhD program from the University of Newcastle. Dr Hosseiniamoli then completed his PhD in Chemical Engineering at the University of Newcastle in early 2018.
Areas of Research/Teaching Expertise
Dr Hosseiniamoli's research interests include:
- Sustainable & green construction
- Air purifying pavement
- Coating technology
- Greenhouse gas emissions
- Photo-catalyst & composite materials
Dr Hosseiniamoli is currently involved in a project entitled 'Development of Air-Purifying Concrete for Sustainable Construction.'
Hadi Hosseiniamoli, Glenn Bryant, Eric M. Kennedy, Karina Mathisen, David Nicholson, Gopinathan Sankar, Adi Setiawan and Michael Stockenhuber, Understanding structure function relationships in zeolite supported Pd catalysts for oxidation of ventilation air methane, ACS Catalysis, 2018.
Hadi Hosseiniamoli, Adi Setiawan, Eric Kennedy, and Michael Stockenhuber, Lean methane oxidation over palladium loaded on alumina and HBETA – the role of support on water inhibition effect, Australian Combustion Symposium, Sydney, 2017.
Hadi Hosseiniamoli, Eric Kennedy, and Michael Stockenhuber, XAFS investigation of Pd/TS-1 in comparison with Pd/Silicalite-1 for understanding the stability difference during VAM combustion, EUROPACAT, Florence, Italy, 2017.
Adi Setiawan, Jarrod Friggieri, Hadi Hosseiniamoli, Eric M. Kennedy, Bogdan Z. Dlugogorski, Adesoji A. Adesina, and Michael Stockenhuber. Towards understanding the improved stability of palladium supported on TS-1 for catalytic combustion. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2016.
H. Hosseiniamoli, L. Harvey, E.M. Kennedy, and M. Stockenhuber, VAM oxidation over palladium loaded on high silica BEA and MFI zeolites. Australian Combustion Symposium Proceedings (ACSP), 2015.