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OSAMA ELJAMAL Last modified date:2020.08.07

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Kyushu University, Environmental Engineering, Ph.D., April 2006-March 2009, Kyushu University, Environmental Engineering, M.S., April 2004-March 2006
Field of Specialization
Environmental Engineering
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Total Priod of education and research career in the foreign country
Outline Activities
My research interests concern the principles and techniques from science and engineering to develop novel methods for sustainable energy production and contaminants removal from water and wastewater as well as mathematical models for studying the underlying mechanisms of contaminants in water, wastewater and groundwater. Upon the development of novel methods, safe and sustainable energy and water resources could be achieved which is important for maintaining sustainable societies, ecosystems and economies. To this end, I conducted several experiments and developed mathematical models in this research area.
Research Interests
  • Background

    - A safe and sustainable environment is an important for maintaining a sustainable societies, ecosystems and economies.
    - Discharges of industrial and domestic wastewater into the environment without pre-treatment are the most common pollution source.
    - Due to the enormous pressure on water supply demand, It is necessary to remediate unconventional water sources such as wastewater.
    - Nanotechnology has proved to be one of the finest and advanced methods for environmental remediation.


    My research interests concern the principles and techniques from science and engineering to develop:
    - Novel methods for environmental remediation and water treatment.
    - Novel nanotechnology-based methods for environmental remediation and water treatment.
    - Environmental models for studying the underlying mechanisms of contaminants in water.
    - Environmental models for predicting the long-term performance of environmental remediation systems.

    Research Interests

    - Nanotechnology for water and wastewater treatment
    - Energy generation from solid waste, waste-activated sludge and wastewater
    - Modeling of reactive solute transport in porous media
    - Modeling of groundwater flow, remediation and artificial recharge
    - Biological treatment of water and wastewater
    - Sustainable water resources management.
    keyword : Nanotechnology; Groundwater; Wastewater Treatment; solute transport
Current and Past Project
  • Develop Novel Methods for Wastewater Treatment, Waste Activated Sludge and Biogas production Using metal Nanoparticles
  • Develop novel nanotechnology-based methods for environmental remediation and water treatment
  • Develop a coordinated data collection and management system for water supply and consumption to ensure reliable, relevant, actionable sustainable water policies and strategies.
Academic Activities
1. OSAMA ELJAMAL, Osama Eljamal, 2010.08, Solute Transport with Biological Processes in Porous Media.
2. OSAMA ELJAMAL, Osama Eljamal, Kyushu University, 2012.08, General Environmental Laboratory Manual.
3. OSAMA ELJAMAL, Osama Eljamal, Kyushu University, 2012.08, General Physics Laboratory Manual.
1. Ibrahim Maamoun, Osama Eljamal, Omar Falyouna, Ramadan Eljamal, Yuji Sugihara, Multi-objective optimization of permeable reactive barrier design for Cr (VI) removal from groundwater, Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 2020.09, column experiments were performed to investigate the characteristics of the four proposed reactive materials; nanoscale zero-valent iron (Fe0), bimetallic nanoscale zero-valent iron (Fe0/Cu), activated carbon (AC) and sand/zeolite mixture (S/Z). Kinetic analysis and dynamic modeling of the experimental data were implemented to determine the controlling conditions of the reactive performance of the PRB's materials. The sensitivity index of the design parameters was examined as an indicator of their effect on the reactive responses. Moreover, the Response Surface Methodology (RSM) was considered for optimizing the design variables of the PRB based on the practical factorial analysis. Results revealed that Fe0 and Fe0/Cu showed high performance in Cr(VI) removal, with a slight superiority to Fe0, with final removal efficiency values of 89.7 and 84.1%, respectively. Kinetic analysis depicted that pseudo second order was the best fitting model for Cr(VI) removal in the four materials' cases. ANOVA statistical analysis revealed that quadratic polynomial model was the best model, corresponding to the highest correlation efficiency and adequate precision, to describe the relationships in the four PRB's cases between the selected dependent variables; resident time (), reactive material mass per sectional area of contaminant plume () and reactive material cost () towards the independent parameters; barrier thickness () and permeability (). Additionally, sensitivity analysis has been conducted which depicted the high sensitivity, in the four PRB's cases, of average pore water velocity within the barrier () and with the highest and the second-highest sensitivity index (SI) values towards , respectively. The RSM-optimization revealed that Fe0 is the most feasible reactive material, comparing to the other considered materials, with respect to the optimal conditions regarding the long residency ( = 22 days) and low cost ( = 0.521 m), with around 95.2% desirability of its optimal solution. Overall, the current study represents a significant contribution and a vital step towards an accurate PRB's design based on previously determined optimal conditions.

2. Ramadan Eljamal, Osama Eljamal, Ibrahim Maamoun, Gulsum Yilmaz, Yuji Sugihara, Enhancing the characteristics and reactivity of nZVI: Polymers effect and mechanisms, Journal of Molecular Liquids, 2020.06, Nanoscale zero-valent iron (nZVI) is regarded as one of the most effective materials for environmental remediation. However, nZVI particles tend to aggregate rapidly due to their magnetic properties which leads to decrease their effectiveness in water treatment. To overcome the aggregation problem of nZVI particles and increase their reactivity, four different polymers were used during the synthesis of nZVI including polyacrylamide (PAA), carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC), Polyethylene sorbitan monolaurate (PSM) and polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP). These polymers were used with different mass ratios varied between 0.04 and 0.40 %, in order to acquire the optimal mass ratio with nZVI and achieve the highest removal of nitrate and phosphorus. The mechanism of polymers adsorption onto the surface of nZVI was explored by conducting SEM-EDX, XRD, and FTIR analysis. TEM was used to examine the suface morphology of nZVI before and after being stabilized with 4 polymers. Results showed that, the sizes were found to be 9.53, 65.4, 106.4, 106.6 and 108.8 nm, using TEM and ImageJ, corresponding to CMC-nZVI, bare-nZVI, PAA-nZVI, PSM-nZVI and PVP-nZVI, respectively. The efficiency of bare and stabilized nZVI on nitrate reduction was found to be in the following the order: PVP-nZVI 99.5% > PAA-nZV 99% > PSM-nZV 97% > CMC-nZVI 70% > bare-nZVI 55.6%. Whereas, for phosphorus adsorption, PAA-nZV 97% was the most effective type, followed by bare-nZVI 76.3%, PSM-nZVI 75%, PVP-nZVI 73% and CMC-nZVI 71%. Therefore, PAA-nZVI exhibited an excellent performance over the rest for both nitrate and phosphorus removal at a wide range of pH. For this reason, four kinetic models were investigated to describe the reaction rate of nitrate and phosphorus removal by PAA-nZVI..
3. Ramadan Eljamal, Inci Kahraman, Osama Eljamal, Ian P Thompson, Ibrahim Maamoun, Gulsum Yilmaz, Impact of nZVI on the formation of aerobic granules, bacterial growth and nutrient removal using aerobic sequencing batch reactor, Environmental Technology & Innovation, 2020.05, The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of nanoscale zero-valent iron (nZVI) on the formation of aerobic granules, nutrient removal and bacterial growth during the treatment process of the municipal wastewater. For this purpose, two sequencing batch reactors (SBR) were simultaneously and automatically operated in a cyclic batch mode with four phases per cycle: feed, react, settle and decant. The sequancial operation of the reactors consisted four cycles per day and lasted for sixty days in which 10 mg/L of nZVI particles were added to the infflent of reactor 2. The reactors were fed with synthetic wastewater (3 liters per cycle) and acclimated with seed sludge collected from a full-scale municipal wastewater treatment plant in Istanbul. The effluent of the reactors was regularly analyzed for nitrate, nitrite, ammonia, phosphate and COD concentrations. In addtion to that, their removal pathways including the direct adsorption to nZVI, utilization by microorganisms and adsorption within the generated granules were discussed. The removal efficiency of COD, ammonia and phosphate kept increasing, and almost a complete removal was observed after the formation of aerobic granules on day 50. Furthermore, after the addition of nZVI to R2 on day 24th, the removal efficiency of ammonia, COD and phosphate slightly improved. The addition of nZVI stimulated the production of Extracellular Polymeric Substances (EPS) in R2 including protein and carbohydrate generation. NGS analysis showed that the addition of nZVI into R2 increased the growth rate of some bacterial species such as Rhizobiales and Xanthomonadales and decreased others such as Clostridiales, confirming that the effect of nZVI on the bacterial growth was genera dependent. The aerobic granules were successfully formed in the reactors in less than 50 days and the addition of nZVI improved to some extent the size and settling rate of the formed granules in R2..
4. Relebohile Mokete, Osama Eljamal, Yuji Sugihara , Exploration of the reactivity of nanoscale zero-valent iron (NZVI) associated nanoparticles in diverse experimental conditions, Chemical Engineering and Processing-Process Intensification, 2020.04, The bimetallic nanoparticles have been used to improve the reactivity of Nanoscale Zero-Valent Iron (NZVI) during environmental contamination remediation. The main objective of this research was to determine the reactivity of the metal-doped NZVI (bimetallic) nanoparticles in aqueous solutions. In this study, FeCu, FeNi and FeAg bimetals were synthesized through the chemical reduction of ferric chloride with sodium borohydride then deposition of 1% (wt/wt) of the corresponding metal. The reactivity of these bimetallic nanoparticles in specific reaction conditions being; temperature, oxygen supply, pH, dosage and interferences (nitrate and phosphate) was studied. The results revealed that more iron dissolution was in acidic pH, high dosage (3 g/L) and continuous oxygen supply. Furthermore, nitrate was removed more in alkaline pH due to co-precipitation whereas phosphate was adsorbed more in acidic pH due to the positively charged surface that attracts negatively charged species. FeCu, FeNi and FeAg showed the best dissolution of iron in 90 °C, 5 °C and 25 °C respectively. Loaded metals (Cu, Ni, Ag) catalyzed NZVI reaction, promoted electrons’ transfer and minimized oxidation..
5. Ibrahim Maamoun, Osama Eljamal, Ramadan Eljamal, Omar Falyouna, Yuji Sugihara, Promoting aqueous and transport characteristics of highly reactive nanoscale zero valent iron via different layered hydroxide coatings, Applied Surface Science, 2020.03, In this study, nanoscale zero valent iron (Fe0) was coated with different layered hydroxide coatings (Mg/Al/Ca(OH)N) to enhance its suspension stability in aqueous solution and transportability within the porous media. Morphological characteristics, crystallinity and surface elemental composition of the synthesized bare (Fe0) and coated (C-Fe0) were investigated using TEM, XRD and SEM-EDS analyses respectively. Suspension stability of Fe0 and C-Fe0 suspensions with different [Mg or Al or Ca/Fe: 0.2–1.0 wt/wt] coating ratios was investigated through several sets of 180 min settlement experiments. Moreover, packed-column experiments were conducted to evaluate the mobility of the prepared materials through porous media. Settlement results were highly consistent with mobility investigation, where C-Fe0 [Mg/Fe]1.0 showed the best performance in both with around 88% relative suspension efficiency and 93% penetration efficiency (5 times higher than Fe0). A reciprocal relation was found between particle size, crystallinity and reactivity of the C-Fe0, where the finest sizes exhibited higher crystallinity and better removal of the two targeted nutrients. Furthermore, the progressive dissolution of the Mg(OH)2 shell compared with the other coating materials resulted in its superior prolonged reactivity. The presented C-Fe0 could be promising towards enhanced performance of the reactive nanoparticles in the real water treatment applications..
6. Omar Falyouna, Osama Eljamal, Ibrahim Maamoun, Atsushi Tahara, Yuji Sugihara, Magnetic zeolite synthesis for efficient removal of cesium in a lab-scale continuous treatment system, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 2020.03, Radioactive cesium was resealed to the environment as a result of many nuclear incidents. An effective treatment system is urgently needed to safely handle radioactive cesium-contaminated waters. Based on nanoscale zerovalent iron (nZVI) and zeolite, nine adsorbents were synthesized and applied to remove cesium from aqueous solutions. Magnetic zeolite composite (Ze/Fe0) was selected as the ideal adsorbent for treating cesium contaminated waters in a lab-scale continuous treatment system (LSCTS). The optimization process of the (Ze/Fe0) composite revealed that 1:1 is the optimum mass ratio between zeolite and nZVI. Furthermore, the optimization process proved that the initial pH and temperature have no significant effect on the adsorption of cesium by (Ze/Fe0) composite and the optimum dosage of (Ze/Fe0) composite is 5 g L−1. XRD and SEM results showed that the (Ze/Fe0) composite has an irregular shape with a poor crystalline structure. Kinetic and equilibrium data were best described by pseudo second order and Freundlich isotherm models. Seawater and groundwater experiments illustrated that the removal of cesium by (Ze/Fe0) composite was inhibited due to the existence of competing cations. Eight cycles of LSCTS were performed to examine the performance of (Ze/Fe0) composite in treating continuous streams of cesium contaminated waters. In all cycles except the cycle of treating contaminated seawater, LSCTS succeed to treat continuous flows of 1 mg L−1 cesium contaminated water with 100% overall removal efficiency. For treating contaminated seawater, pre-treatment unit is required to reduce the salinity of the contaminated seawater before staring the treatment process..
7. Osama Eljamal, Ian P. Thompson, Ibrahim Maamoun, Tamer Shubair, Eljamal Kareman, Khemmathin Lueangwattanapong, Yuji Sugihara, Investigating the design parameters for a permeable reactive barrier consisting of nanoscale zero-valent iron and bimetallic iron/copper for phosphate removal, Journal of Molecular Liquids, 2019.11, There is a growing interest in deploying nanoscale zero valent iron (NZVI) in permeable reactive barriers (PRBs) for groundwater remediation. In the present study a series of packed-column experiments were conducted in order to investigate the effectiveness of phosphorus removal from groundwater using NZVI and bimetallic NZVI/Cu as reactive materials within PRBs. Seven sets of packed-column experiments were conducted in order to study the effect of different design parameters for PRB; including delivery approach of NZVI into porous media, PRB's configuration, coexisting groundwater ions and change in flowrate. Results implied that doping NZVI surface with copper had an anti-aggregation effect and enhanced its performance in terms of phosphorus removal 2.2 times higher than bare NZVI. Moreover, the lower flowrate (10 ml/min) demonstrated improved phosphorus removal by 22% compared with higher flowrate (60 ml/min). Additionally, groundwater ions barely interfered phosphorus removal process with only ±6%. Overall, geochemical properties and characteristics of the supporting materials were key parameters in the removal process of phosphorus by NZVI/Cu..
8. I Maamoun, O Eljamal, O Falyouna, R Eljamal, Y Sugihara, Stimulating effect of magnesium hydroxide on aqueous characteristics of iron nanocomposites, Water Science and Technology, 2019.11, Nanoscale zero-valent iron (nFe0) tends to aggregate, which dramatically affects its aqueous characteristics and thereby its potential in water treatment applications. Hence, the main aim of this study is to overcome such drawback of nFe0 by a new modification approach. Iron nanoparticles were modified by magnesium hydroxide (Mg(OH)2) addition with different mass ratios in order to form a nanocomposite with superior aqueous characteristics. The optimization process of the iron–magnesium nanocomposite (nFe0-Mg) was conducted through different approaches including settlement tests, morphology and crystallinity investigations and particle size estimation. The addition of Mg(OH)2 to nFe0 with a Mg/Fe coating ratio of 100% resulted in stimulated stability of the particles in aqueous suspension with around 95% enhancement in the suspension efficiency compared to that of nFe0..
9. Shubair, T., Eljamal, O.*, Tahara, A., Sugihara, Y., Matsunaga, N. , Preparation of new magnetic zeolite nanocomposites for removal of strontium from polluted waters, Journal of Molecular Liquids, 288, 1-11, 2019.08.
10. Eljamal, O.*, Shubair, T., Tahara, A., Sugihara, Y., Matsunaga, N., Iron based nanoparticles-zeolite composites for the removal of cesium from aqueous solutions, Journal of Molecular Liquids, 277, 613-623, 2019.03.
11. Takami, S., Eljamal O.*, Khalil, A., Eljamal, R., Matsunaga, N., Development of continuous system based on nanoscale zero valent iron particles for phosphorus removal, Journal of JSCE, 7, 30-42, 2019.03.
12. Eljamal, O.*, Relebohile M., Matsunaga, N, Sugihara Y., Chemical pathways of Nanoscale Zero-Valent Iron (NZVI) during its transformation in aqueous solutions, Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, 6, 5, 6207-6220, 2018.09.
13. Amen, T., Eljamal O.*, Khalil, A., Matsunaga, N. , Evaluation of sulfate-containing sludge stabilization and the alleviation of methanogenesis inhibitation at mesophilic temperature, Journal of Water Process Engineering, 25, 212-221, 2018.08.
14. 6. Maamoun, I., Eljamal, O.*, Khalil, A., Sugihara, Y., Matsunaga, N. , Phosphate Removal through Nano-Zero-Valent Iron Permeable Reactive Barrier; Column Experiment and Reactive Solute Transport Modeling, Journal of Transport in Porous Media, 125, 395-412, 2018.07.
15. Shubair, T., Eljamal O.*, Khalil, A., Tahara A., Matsunaga, N., Novel application of nanoscale zero valent iron and bimetallic nano-Fe/Cu particles for the treatment of cesium contaminated water, Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, 6, 4, 4253-4264, 2018.06.
16. Amen, T., Eljamal O.*, Khalil, A., Matsunaga, N. , Methane Yield Enhancement by the Addition of New Novel of Iron and Copper-Iron Bimetallic Nanoparticles, Chemical Engineering and Processing: Process Intensification Journal, 130, 253-261, 2018.06.
17. 9. Shubair, T., Eljamal, O.*, Matsunaga, N. , Degradation of nitrate by modified surface of nano-zero valent iron in flow through permeable reactive barrier: different configurations, International Journal of Advances in Science Engineering and Technology, 6, 2, 2321-8991, 2018.06.
18. Khalil, A., Eljamal O.*, Amen, T., Sugihara, Y., Matsunaga, N., Scrutiny of interference effect of ions and organic matters on water treatment using supported nanoscale zero-valent iron, Environmental Earth Sciences, 77:489, 1-13, 2018.06.
19. 7. Eljamal, R., Eljamal, O.*, Khalil, A., Matsunaga, Improvement of The Chemical Synthesis Efficiency of Nano-scale Zero-valent Iron particles, Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, 6, 4, 4727-4735, 2018.06.
20. Khalil Ahmed M.E., Eljamal O., Saha B.B., Matsunaga N., Performance of Nano-scale Zero-valent Iron for Nitrate Reduction in Aqueous Solution Using a Laboratory-scale Continuous-flow System, Chemosphere, 197, 502-512, 2018.01.
21. Amen, T., Eljamal O., Khalil, A., Matsunaga, N., Wastewater Degradation by Iron/Copper Nanoparticles and the Microorganism Growth Rate, Journal of Environmental Sciences,, 2018.01.
22. Khalil, A., Eljamal O., Amen, T., Sugiharaa, Y., Matsunaga, Optimized nano-scale zero-valent iron supported on treated activated carbon for enhanced nitrate and phosphate removal from water, Chemical Engineering Journal, 309, 349-365, 2017.10.
23. Shubair, T., Eljamal O., Khalil, A., Matsunaga, N, Multilayer system of nanoscale zero valent iron and Nano-Fe/Cu particles for nitrate removal in porous media, Separation and Purification Technology, 193, 242-254, 2017.10.
24. Amen, T., Eljamal O., Khalil, A., Matsunaga, N., Biochemical methane potential enhancement of domestic sludge digestion by adding pristine iron nanoparticles and iron nanoparticles coated zeolite composition, Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, 2017.09.
25. Eljamal O., Khalil, A., Matsunaga, N. , Experimental and Modeling Column Study of Phosphorus Removal by Permeable Reactive Materials, International Journal of Environmental & Agriculture Research, 3, 1, 62-70, 2017.01.
26. Khalil, A., Eljamal O., Eljamal R., T., Matsunaga, N., Treatment and regeneration of nano-scale zero-valent iron spent in water remediation, Evergreen - Joint Journal, 4, 1, 21-28, 2017.01.
27. OSAMA ELJAMAL, Phosphorous Removal from aqueous solution by Nanoscale Zero Valent Iron in the Presence of Copper Chloride, Chemical Engineering Journal, 293, 225-231, 2016.02.
28. Khalil, A., Eljamal O., Jribi, S., Matsunaga, N., Promoting Nitrate Reduction Kinetics by Nanoscale Zero Valent Iron in Water through Copper Chloride Addition, Chemical Engineering Journal, 278, 367-380, 2015.11.
29. OSAMA ELJAMAL, Recent Activities of International Education in IGSES at Kyushu University, Journal of Japanese Society for Engineering Education, 2015.09.
30. OSAMA ELJAMAL, Product Rich in Phosphorus Produced From Phosphorus-Contaminated Water, Advanced Materials Research, 2014.02.
31. OSAMA ELJAMAL, Sorption Kinetic of arsenate as water contaminant on Zero Valent Iron, Journal of Water Resource and Protection, 2013.05.
32. OSAMA ELJAMAL, Phosphorus sorption from aqueous solution using natural materials, Environmental Earth Sciences, 2013.02.
33. OSAMA ELJAMAL, Removal of Phosphorus from Water Using Marble Dust as Sorbent Material, Journal of Environmental Protection, 2012.07.
34. Okawauchi, J., Eljamal O.*, Hiramatsu, K., Harada, M., Phosphorus adsorption batch experiment using natural materials as sorbent, Science Bulletin of the Faculty of Agriculture, 67, 2, 59-68, 2012.05.
35. OSAMA ELJAMAL, Practice of Mass Transport Model Application for Bio-geochemical Redox Process in Aquifer, Journal of ISRN Ecology, 2011.08.
36. OSAMA ELJAMAL, Numerical Simulation for reactive Solute Transport of Arsenic in Permeable Reactive Barrier Column including Zero Valent Iron, Journal of Applied Mathematical Modelling, 2011.04.
37. OSAMA ELJAMAL, Kinetic Model of Arsenic Sorption onto Zero-Valent Iron, Journal of Water Quality, Exposure and Health, 2010.10.
38. OSAMA ELJAMAL, Development of Biological Treatment Model with Biological Clogging Processes in Porous Media; Model Application to a Column Study, Journal of Groundwater Hydrology, 2008.11.
39. OSAMA ELJAMAL, Modeling of Solute Transport with Bioremediation Processes using Sawdust as a Matrix, Journal of Water, Air & Soil Pollution, 2008.05.
40. OSAMA ELJAMAL, Modeling of Solute Transport and Biological Sulfate Reduction Using of Low Cost Electron Donor, Journal of Environmental Geology, 2008.02.
41. OSAMA ELJAMAL, A Mathematical Model of Biological Clogging of Soil-Sawdust Media, Journal of Environmental Hydrology, 2008.01.
42. OSAMA ELJAMAL, Modeling of Biologically Mediated Redox Processes Using Sawdust as A matrix, Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 2007.02.
43. Eljamal O.*, Jinno, K., Hosokawa, T., Denitrification of Secondary Wastewater Using Sawdust, Memoirs of the Faculty of Engineering, 66, 2, 115-128, 2006.06.
1. ELJAMAL OSAMA, Recent Activities of International Education in IGSES at Kyushu University, Japanese Society for Engineering Education, 2015.09, This paper updates the status of international education in IGSES at Kyushu University and provides future directions for expected international projects. Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences (IGSES) is part of the Kyushu University (KU), which provides academic and professional programs in a wide range of areas, including material, energy and environment. IGSES was established in 1979 as the nation's first independent graduate school from undergraduate schools for the interdisciplinary research and education in science and engineering. The current IGSES consists of five departments and plays an important role of advanced research and education in the three main fields, namely, material, energy and environment with the cooperation of Institutes for Materials Chemistry and Engineering (IMCE) as well as Research Institute for Applied Mechanics (RIAM). The paper summarizes an international education in IGSES by describing each of the programs of Intellectual Exchange and Innovation Program (IEI Program), The Advanced Graduate Program in Global Strategy for Green Asia (GA program), CAMPUS Asia program (CA program), Global-30 Master Program (G30 Program) and Super Global University Project (SGU).
2. OSAMA ELJAMAL, Modeling of Phosphorus Retention in Calcium Carbonate Materials; Model Application to Column Experiments, 5th International SOWAC Seminar of JSPS, 2014.08.
3. OSAMA ELJAMAL, Product Rich in Phosphorus Produced From Phosphorus-Contaminated Water, 2013 the 2nd International Conference on Material Science and Engineering Technology, 2013.11.
4. ELJAMAL OSAMA, Soil Column Experiments to Study the Removal of Phosphorus from Water, 3rd International SOWAC Seminar of JSPS, 2013.08.
5. ELJAMAL OSAMA, Pseudo Model for Phosphate Adsorption from Water onto Different Adsorbents, Japan Geosciences Union Meeting, 2013.05.
6. ELJAMAL OSAMA, An Investigation of Phosphorus Removal from Aqueous Solution Using Byproduct Materials, 1st International SOWAC Seminar of JSPS, 2012.08.
7. ELJAMAL OSAMA, Mass transport process and growth of heterotrophic bacteria, The XII International Symposium on Environmental Geotechnology, Energy and Global Sustainable Development, 2012.06.
8. ELJAMAL OSAMA, Arsenic Immobilization by Zero Valent Iron: Numerical Modeling and Experimental study, The CINEST International Symposium on Earth Science and Technology, 2010.12.
  • Prize for best paper entitle Development of Biological Treatment Model with Biological Clogging Processes in Porous Media
    Model Application to a Column Study
Educational Activities
I am currently teaching, contribution or I have taught several courses for Undergraduate and Graduate Levels at Kyushu University as follow;
Graduate Level Courses
Advanced topics of Energy, Environment and Materials
Fundamentals on Interdisciplinary Engineering Sciences, Material, Energy, Environment
Seminar on Environmental Fluid Dynamics
Conference Design and Organizing
Communication Skills
Exercise for Doctoral Thesis
Discussion Leading and Organizing
Fundamentals of Green Engineering.
Undergraduate Level Courses
Advanced Engineering Mathematics
Programing and Problem Solving with MATLAB
Information Processing and Practices
Technical Communication
Physical Laboratory and Environmental laboratory