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Pau-Loke Show Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering Faculty of Science and Engineering University of Nottingham Malaysia Selangor (Malaysia) Biography
Biography of Pau-Loke Show
Prof. Ir. Ts. Dr. Pau-Loke SHOW is director of sustainable food processing research centre and co-director of Future Food Malaysia Beacon of Excellent in University of Nottingham Malaysia. He is also a Full Professor at Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering, University of Nottingham Malaysia. Since he completed his PhD in 2012, he has received numerous prestigious domestic and international academic awards, including ASPIRE Malaysia Award 2020, Nation Young Scientist 2019 Award, ASEAN-India Research and Training Fellowship 2019, The DaSilva Award 2018, JSPS Fellowship 2018, Top 100 Asian Scientists 2017, Asia’s Rising Scientists Award 2017 and Winner of Young Researcher in IChemE Award 2016. He has graduated more than 10 PhD students & 3 MSc students and currently supervising 9 PhD students and has published more than 300 journal papers in less than 8 years of his career. His publications have been cited over 5000 times over the past 5 years. His current h-index is 32, placing him among the leaders of his chosen field (Bioprocss Engineering). He is also the Primary Project leaders for more than 25 projects from International, National, and Industry Projects, with total amount more than MYR5.0 million.