Dr Wan Norharyati

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Wan Norharyati Wan Salleh, Phd

Advanced Membrane Technology Research Centre (AMTEC), Faculty of Petroleum and Renewable Energy Engineering,

Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, 81310 UTM Johor Bahru, Johor Darul Takzim, Malaysia.

Telephone No. : +607-5535388 (Office), +6017-9294263 (H/P)

E-mail address: hayati@petroleum.utm.my

Dr. Wan Norharyati Wan Salleh received her B. Eng (Chemical Engineering) degree from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) in 2008. She was then granted with National Science Fellowship under Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) to pursue her Ph.D. in (Gas Engineering) from UTM. In 2012, she graduated with a Ph.D. in Gas Engineering specializing in carbon membrane for gas separation application. Currently, she is senior lecturer of the Faculty of Petroleum and Renewable Energy Engineering, UTM.

She is now actively involved in ‘Research and Innovation’ and ‘Teaching and Learning’ fields. She is an active member of Advanced Membrane Technology Research Center (AMTEC) and Faculty of Petroleum and Renewable Energy Engineering (FPREE), joining various academic activities both in faculty and university level. To enhance teaching skill in engineering subjects, she has joined several professional bodies such as Board of Engineer Malaysia (BEM), Institution of Engineers (IEM), Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE), and Institute of Materials Malaysia (IMM), aiming to obtain professional engineering in less than 5 years.

Dr. Wan Norharyati Wan Salleh is also active in writing for scientific publication in high impact factor international and national journals. She was successfully published a number of papers in high impact factor international refereed journals. She also published chapters in encyclopedia and one patent filling. Due to her active involvement in writing, she was appointed as the reviewer for Jurnal Teknologi, Proceedings of Material Research Society Indonesia, and Academy of Sciences Malaysia.

Dr. Wan Norharyati Wan Salleh has great passion in ‘Research and Innovation’ fields. Her professional expertise covers membrane material development for gas application and water and wastewater treatment.


  1. M.A. Mohamed, W.N.W. Salleh, J. Jaafar, A.F. Ismail, Structural Characterization of N-doped Anatase-Rutile Mixed Phase TiO2 Nanorods Assembled Microspheres Synthesized by Simple Sol-gel Method, Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology, Article in Press (2015).
  2. M.F.R. Hanifah, J. Jaafar, M. Aziz, A.F. Ismail, M.H.D. Othman, M.A. Rahman, N. Yusof, W.N.W. Salleh, M.N.A.M. Norddin, Efficient reduction of graphene oxide nanosheets using Na2C2O4 as a reducing agent, Functional Materials Letters, 8(2) (2015) 15500261-15500265.
  3. M.A. Mohamed, W.N.W. Salleh, J. Jaafar, N. Yusof, Preparation and photocatalytic activity of mixed phase anatase/rutile TiO2 nanoparticles for phenol degradation, Jurnal Teknologi (Sciences and Engineering), 70 (2) (2014) 65-70.
  4. W.N.W. Salleh, N.A.I.M. Isa, N. Sazali, A.F. Ismail, Preparation and characterization of matrimid-based carbon membrane supported on tube for CO2 separation, Advanced Materials Research, 1025-1026 (2014) 770-775.
  5. N.Sazali, W.N.W. Salleh, Z. Harun, A.F. Ismail, Gas permeation properties and characterization of polymer based carbon membrane, Advanced Materials Research, 983 (2014) 246-250.
  6. H.Hasbullah,F. Mohamed, R.R.Ali, N.Ibrahim, M.K.A. Hamid, W.N.W. Salleh and N.Yusof, Morphological investigation of alumina asymmetric membrane by manipulating the sintering temperature profile, Applied Mechanics and Materials, 606 (2014) 205-209.
  7. W.N.W. Salleh and A.F. Ismail, Effect of stabilization condition on carbon hollow fiber membranes properties, Separation Science and Technology, 48 (7) (2013) 1030-1039.
  8. W.N.W. Salleh and A.F. Ismail, Effect of stabilization temperature on gas permeation properties of carbon hollow fiber membrane, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 127 (4) (2013) 2840-2846.
  9. W. N. W. Salleh and A. F. Ismail, Fabrication and characterization of PEI/PVP-based carbon hollow fiber membranes for CO2/CH4 and CO2/N2 separation, AIChE J, 58 (10) (2012) 3167-3175.
  10. W.N.W. Salleh and  A.F.  Ismail,  Effects  of  carbonization  heating  rate  on  CO2 separation of  derived carbon membranes, Separation and Purification Technology, 88 (2012) 174–183.
  11. W. N. W. Salleh and A. F. Ismail, Carbon hollow fiber membranes derived from PEI/PVP for gas separation, Separation and Purification Technology, 80 (2011) 541–548.
  12. W. N. W. Salleh and A. F. Ismail, Gas permeation properties and characterization of polyetherimide/polyvinylpyrrolidone-based carbon hollow fiber membrane for CO2/CH4 separation, International Journal of Chemical and Environmental Engineering, 2 (1) (2011) 15-19.
  13. W. N. W. Salleh, A. F. Ismail, T. Matsuura and M. S. Abdullah, Precursor selection and process conditions in the preparation of carbon membrane for gas separation: A review, Separation & Purification Reviews, 40 (2011) 261-311.



Materials and Manufacturing of: Polymer-based carbon Membrane, Polymer-inorganic Membrane, Membrane Technology for Water Treatment and Gas Separation Application.

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