SABHARISH MUR ALI
96 Heath Street, Buffalo, NY, 14214 716-435-9626 email@example.com
ENTRY LEVEL CHEMICAL\PROCESS ENGINEER
Graduate student in Chemical Engineering with strong background in industry oriented chemical
engineering courses, Optimization, Quality control and computer software with an endeavor to learn.
Experienced in Process Development, Ansys, Process control, Computational Fluid dynamics, Molecular
modeling, modeling particulate\crystallization processes, Thermodynamics and statistical mechanics.
Proficient in Quality Control and six sigma methodologies, Reaction Engineering, Heat and Mass Transfer,
MS Office, numerical Techniques, Programming in FORTRAN and C++.
UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO, SUNY, NY,USA Jan 2011-Present
Estimation of Vapor-Liquid Coexistence Curves of complex hydrocarbons and Ionic Liquids using Monte Carlo
Simulation and Molecular Dynamics.
Studied the Interfacial properties of Octane, Propanol, Cyclohexane, water, Squalane and Ionic Liquids
using Monte Carlo Simulation.
Obtained the Saturated pressures, Coexistence densities, Critical Density, critical Temperature and other
Thermo physical Properties.
Analyzed the data obtained to get a deeper understanding of the VLE curves which is paramount for any
chemical Engineering process.
G.B ENGINEERING ENTERPRISES, TRICHY, TN, INDIA Sep 2008-Apr 2009
Process Engineering Co-op
Process development: Preparation and Characterization of Activated Carbon
Developed a process to produce highly porous Activated Carbon from rice husk.
Characterized Activated Carbon using BET technique, STM (Scanning Tunneling Microscope) and
measured its porosity, Surface area etc.
Prepared process flow diagram and scaled the process for industrial application.
Optimized the procedure to achieve maximum possible yield at minimal cost and applied quality control
techniques to achieve optimum product.
S&I ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS and IISC, BANGALORE, INDIA May 2008-Jul 2008
CFD Simulation Intern (Project Report)
Numerical computations for the flow past an Omar 4-element Airfoil using Computational Fluid Dynamics.
Simulated the Fluid flow over an Omar Airfoil using Finite-Element method and Navier-stokes equations
Used Ansys (Gambit) software to generate a grid around the Airfoil and used Fluent (and Hifun) to study the
flow around the airfoil.
Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited, HPCL, Travancore Chemicals
Analyzed the various Unit operations, equipment and process control used in the plant.
Observed the safety procedures, standards followed inside the plant.
Master of Science in Chemical Engineering (2010- SEP 2012)
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, N.Y, U.S.A GPA 3.57/4
Bachelor of Technology in Chemical Engineering (2006-2012)
National Institute of Technology Thiruchirapalli, India GPA 8.5/10
STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT BUFFALO, NY,USA
Design Optimization for the manufacture of microwave popcorn using lean six sigma principles.
Applied DMAIC principle successfully to a 12-factor design (each factor with 2-levels).
Conducted measure system analysis (MSA) to identify the variation due to gage.
Performed Design of Experiment (DOE) to identify significant factors.
Identified ideal setting for the significant factors to obtain optimum product quality and performed
capability analysis to find the ability of process.
Prepared work instructions, control plan and standardized the manufacturing process using Minitab.
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, TRICHY, INDIA Nov 2009-May 2010
Design of a Cement Plant (Project Report)
Carried out a detailed process design and economic evaluation of a cement plant.
Prepared a Comprehensive report including Mass and Energy balances, Process control and
instrumentation (P&ID), PFD, Plant Layout, Safety and Cost Estimation of the chemical plant
Designed Rotary Kiln, Cyclone Separator and Gas Conditioning Tower used in the plant
INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE, BANGALORE, INDIA May 2009-Jul 2009
Research Intern and Programmer (Project Report)
Solution of Monovariate population balance equations using length as internal co-ordinate to study
crystallization of Nano-sized particles
Programmed a FORTRAN code to solve Population Balance Equation for a system of N Nano-sized
particles by fixed pivot method using numerical technique Ranga-Kutta Method & Monte Carlo Simulation.
Technique developed was computationally more accurate and required less computational effort.
NIIT, CHENNAI, INDIA Dec 2007–Apr 2008
An advanced level course on Java Programming language and Web Design (J2EE)
Languages : C(Mid-Level), C++(Advanced), Java(Advanced), Fortran(Advanced), Python(Mid-Level)
Packages : MS Office, MATLAB, AUTOCAD, Gambit, Octave, SQL, Ansys(CFD), Minitab
LEADERSHIP AND ACTIVITIES
Conducted a workshop on Computational Fluid Dynamics at Alchemy ’10, NIT Trichy
Student Coordinator, Poster and Publicity Team, Pragyan ’09, NIT Trichy
Student Manager, Printing and Publicity Team, Alchemy’ 10, NIT Trichy
Completed online Courses offered by STANFORD engineering on Databases, Artificial Intelligence and Machine
Learning, PGM, Algorithms and received statement of accomplishment.
RELAVANT TECHNICAL COURSES
1) Quality Assurance 6) Chemical Kinetics and Reaction Engineering
2) Fluid Mechanics 7) Environmental Engineering
3) Heat and Mass Transfer 8) Food Technology
4) Colloids and Surface Phenomena 9) Advanced Separation Techniques
5) Unit operations 10)Process Control and Dynamics