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  CURRICULUM VITAE       

Personal:

Name:                           Daifallah M. Aldhayan

Birth:                    April 1st, 1961, Bukairiyah – Qassem – Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Area of Specialization: Physical Chemistry

Nationality:             Saudi Arabian

Martial Status:            Married

Languages:              Fluent in English and Arabic

E-mail:                           aldhayan@ksu.edu.sa     

        Address:                         P.O. Box 2455 Riyadh 11451 Saudi Arabia

        Tel.:                                        +966-1-467-8969

        Fax:                                        +966-1-467-5992

 

Education:

1989 - 1995     University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST), Manchester , U.K., Ph.D. (Chemistry).

1985 - 1988     University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST), Manchester , U.K., M.Sc. (Chemistry).

1980 - 1984     King Saud University, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, B.Sc.  (Chemistry).

 

WORK EXPERIENCE

·        Assistant Professor, Dept. of Chemistry, College of Science,  King Saud University, 1996 -present. Performed research and teaching as a faculty member. Taught classes on General and Physical Chemistry, at the graduate and undergraduate level. Co-Supervised both masters and doctoral students in the pursuit of their thesis work. Research focuses include, Catalysts synthesis and characterization. Such as; zeolites, heteropoly compounds, Supported metals, Environmental remediation and radioactive waste management.

·       Board member of Saudi Chemical Society 1998-2004

·       Editor in chief for; Journal of Chemical Education  (Saudi Chemical Society) 2000 - present

·       Member of national higher committee for chemical competitions, Ministry of Education 2002-2004

·       Head of national and international chemistry olympiads committee, Ministry of Education 2005-present

·       Member of radiation protection permanent committee, King Saud University 2005-present

 

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

·       Saudi Chemical Society

·       Royal British Chemical Society

·       International Zeolite Association
 

 

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

 

1- A. Tighezza, D.Aldhayan, Y. Rezgui and A. Alarifi “A Good Alternative to Numerical Methods of Integration for the simulation of chemical kinetics: The Monte Carlo Method” Asian Journal of Chemistry Vol 17, 840, (2005).

2- A. Aouissi D.Aldhayan  and H.A. Mahjoubi  CO2 Effect on the Catalytic Behavior of a Series of Alumina Supported Mixed Oxides” J. Saudi Chem. Soc. Vol. 9, No. 1, 171 (2005).

3- A.S. Al-Hobaib, K.M. Al-sulaiman, D.M. Al-Dhayan and A.A. Al-Suhybani, “Removal of Radium from Sand Filters by Inorganic Acids” Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry. Vol.268, No.2  , 425-431 (2006).

4- A.S. Al-Hobaib, D.M. Al-Dhayan,  K.M. Al-sulaiman  and A.A. Al-Suhybani, “Radium Desorption and Manganese, Iron, Dissolution from Sand Filters of a Conventional Ground Water Treatment Plant under Reductive Conditions” Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry. Vol. 269,  No. 1,  51-62 (2006).

5- A. Aouissi, D.Aldhayan  and H.A. Mahjoubi  “The Catalytic reactivity of

12-molybdophosphric acid and its copper and zinc salts in CO2 methanol reforming”  Asian Journal of Chemistry (accepted for publication in Vol 18, 2006 )

6- A.S. Al-Hobaib, D.M. Al-Dhayan,  K.M. Al-sulaiman, and A.A. Al-Suhybani, “Decontamination of Sand Filters in a Ground Water Treatment Plant by Dissolution Processes using Organic Acid Solutions” submitted to Journal of American Water Works Association (AWWA) January 2006.

7- A. Aouissi, D.Aldhayan  and L.A. Allaoui  CO2 – Methanol reforming over Alumina Supported and Unsupported Keggin-type heteropoly compounds”  J. Saudi Chem. Soc. (accepted for publication in Vo. 9, 2006 )

8- A.S. Al-Hobaib, K.M. Al-sulaiman,  D.M. Al-Dhayan,  and A.A. Al-Suhybani, “Radium removal by Acid leaching using Sucrose and Glucose as reducing agents” In press.

 

 

CONFERENCE AND WORKSHOP PUBLICATIONS

 

1-  D.Aldhayan and J.Dwyer “Synthesis & Characterization of [Ga]-ZSM-5 Zeolites” Presented at First National Symposium on material science, Riyadh (1999).

2- A. Aouissi D.Aldhayan  and H.A. Mahjoubi  CO2 effect on n-heptane cyclization reaction over alumina supported mixed oxides”  2nd International Conference on Chemistry & its Applications Doha (2003)

3- D.Aldhayan , A. Aouissi, and A. Lokbaichi  “Influence of the heteropoly compounds acidity on the n-heptane isomerization”. Symposium on Catalysts Applications in the GCC Countries university of Sfiarjaf, UAE (13-15 December, 2004) .

4- A. Aouissi D.Aldhayan  and H.A. Mahjoubi  CO2 effect on n-heptane cyclization reaction over a series of CoO-ZnO/Al2O3 catalysts” International Conference on Chemistry & Industry”Riyadh(2004)

5- A.S. Al-Hobaib, K.M. Al-sulaiman,  D.M. Al-Dhayan,  and A.A. Al-Suhybani, “Separation of Radium from Contaminant Sand Filters in a Ground Water Treatment Plant by Organic Acid Solutions” The 10th  International Conference on Environmental Remediation and Radioactive waste Management. September 4-8 (2005) Glasgow, Scotland, UK.

6- A.S. Al-Hobaib, K.M. Al-sulaiman,  D.M. Al-Dhayan,  and A.A. Al-Suhybani, “Removal of Radium from Sand Filters by Inorganic Acids ”  The 10th  International Conference on Environmental Remediation and Radioactive waste Management. September 4-8 (2005) Glasgow, Scotland, UK.

7- A.S. Al-Hobaib, D.M. Al-Dhayan,  K.M. Al-sulaiman  and A.A. Al-Suhybani, “Radium Desorption from Contaminant Sand Filters by reduction and Dissolution of Manganese, Iron Oxides layers using organic acid solutions” The 32nd  waste Management Symposia, February 26 – March 2, 2006, Tucson, Arizona, USA.

 

 

 

 

 
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