Yaser Dahman, Ph.D.
|Chemical Engineering||Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|2004||The University of Western Ontario (Canada)|
Area:Nanotechnology, Biotechnology, Biomedical Engineering, Green Technology, Biofuels, Biomaterials, Biocrude, Jet fuels
Professor Yaser Dahman has always been interested in the intersection of research and business. “Most of our research focuses on innovation that can be utilized by entrepreneurs,” says Dahman. “You can either patent the product or the process—everything we produce has commercial potential.”
Completing his MBA after his PhD gaveProfessor Dahman the skills to bring his research into the market. He works on developing technology that can benefit real people, rather than staying locked away in the private vault of academia, taking up space in a drawer or gathering dust on a library shelf.
As the director of Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Professor Dahman is able to help his students initiate their own business proposals and collect funds to start small companies. “At Ryerson, you can get the resources you need to be successful,” he says. “We’re rapidly growing with lots of potential and close proximity to the industry.”
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|Khattab MM, Dahman Y. (2019) Production and recovery of poly-3-hydroxybutyrate bioplastics using agro-industrial residues of hemp hurd biomass. Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering|
|Ghalia MA, Dahman Y. (2018) Comparative Investigations on Optimum Polymerization Conditions for the Synthesis of a Sustainable Poly(Lactic Acid) Journal of Polymers and the Environment. 26: 1903-1919|
|Volynets B, Ein-Mozaffari F, Dahman Y. (2017) Biomass processing into ethanol: pretreatment, enzymatic hydrolysis, fermentation, rheology, and mixing Green Processing and Synthesis. 6: 1-22|
|Ghalia MA, Dahman Y. (2017) Fabrication and enhanced mechanical properties of porous PLA/PEG copolymer reinforced with bacterial cellulose nanofibers for soft tissue engineering applications Polymer Testing. 61: 114-131|
|Volynets B, Nakhoda H, Ghalia MA, et al. (2017) Preparation and characterization of poly(2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate) grafted bacterial cellulose using atom transfer radical polymerization Fibers and Polymers. 18: 859-867|
|Ghalia MA, Dahman Y. (2017) Biodegradable poly(lactic acid)-based scaffolds: synthesis and biomedical applications Journal of Polymer Research. 24: 1-22|
|Ghalia MA, Dahman Y. (2017) Development and Evaluation of Zeolites and Metal–Organic Frameworks for Carbon Dioxide Separation and Capture Energy Technology. 5: 356-372|
|Dahman Y, Ghalia MA. (2016) Investigating the effect of multi-functional chain extenders on PLA/PEG copolymer properties. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules|
|Ghalia MA, Inuwa I, Hassan A, et al. (2016) Viscoelastic behavior and mechanical properties of polypropylene/nano-calcium carbonate nanocomposites modified by a coupling agent Macromolecular Research. 1-11|
|Nakhoda HM, Dahman Y. (2016) Mechanical properties and biodegradability of porous polyurethanes reinforced with green nanofibers for applications in tissue engineering Polymer Bulletin. 73: 2039-2055|