Hanieh Bazyar


Assistant professor (tenure track)


Energy Technology


Research interests:

- Ocean CO2 capture using bipolar membrane electrodialysis
- Hydrophobic membrane gas-liquid contactors
- Developing novel membranes for gas separation applications and wastewater treatment
- Microfluidic design and experiments
- Interface science and wetting properties of surfaces
- Two phase flow and immiscible displacement in porous media
- Acoustophoresis and electrophoresis of oil droplets in surfactant solutions


Available bachelor assignment/thesis

Available master assignment/thesis Assignment 1 : Membrane contactors for CO2 stripping from water
Available master assignment/thesis Assignment 2 : Sustainable bio-based membranes for wastewater treatment

Publications and further information:

Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.nl/citations?user=Qamd9TAAAAAJ&hl=en 

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hanieh-bazyar/ 



2010-2012: Master of science in Materials science and engineering, Shiraz University, Iran.

2012-2015: Teacher assistant at department of Materials and science engineering, Shiraz University, Iran.

2015-2016: Guest researcher at Soft matter, Fluidics and Interfaces (SFI) groupUniversity of Twente, the Netherlands.

2016-2020: PhD candidate at Soft matter, Fluidics and Interfaces (SFI) groupUniversity of Twente, the Netherlands  Thesis topic: Adaptive pores in next generation membranes. In this work, a novel type of polymeric membrane, called “slippery liquid-infused membranes (SLIMs)” were developed and investigated for oily wastewater treatment. It consists of fundamental and applied studies regarding two phase flow in porous media, fluid mechanics and an energy-efficient method for oil separation from oil-in-water emulsions. 

March 2020-Now: Assistant professor (tenure track) at department of Process and EnergyFaculty of 3mE , TU/Delft, the Netherlands