Prof. Dr. Dhawal Shah
Department of Chemical Engineering
Prof. Dr. Dhawal Shah done Ph. D., Singapore-MIT Alliance (SMA), National University of Singapore and B. Tech., Chemical Engg., Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Roorkee, India. Present: Asst. Prof. in Chemical Engineering at Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan. Asst. Prof. in Petroleum and Chemical Engineering at Sultan Qaboos University
Research Interest in Molecular dynamics simulations, Ionic liquids, Deep eutectic solvents, Adsorption over nanomaterials and Protein aggregation and bio-molecular stability.
Farouq S. Mjalli and Dhawal Shah. “Simulation-based insight into solvation properties of ferric chloride based eutectic solvent” Chemical Engineering Transactions, 2015, 43.
Abdul Rajjak Shaikh and Dhawal Shah. “Arginine-Amino Acid Interactions and Implications to Protein Solubility and Aggregation” TJER, 2015, 2, 1-14.
Dhawal Shah and Abdul Rajjak Shaikh. “Interaction of arginine, lysine, and guanidine with surface residues of lysozyme: Implication to protein stability” J. Biomol. Struct. Dyn., 2016, 34, 104-114.