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Chemical Engineering

Germantown, Maryland, United States
March 04, 2018

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Fatemeh Noroozi

U.S. Citizen ● 240-***-****

***** **** ***** *****, **********, MD 20876


To obtain a full time position in Chemical Engineering that will utilize my skills for efficient and innovative solutions


University of Maryland College Park, MD

B.S., Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Expected May 2018

Montgomery College Rockville, MD

A.S., Chemical Engineering (Honors Program) May 2015

Project Experience

Multi-Step Distillation Process to Produce High Purity Acetaldehyde, University of Maryland Dec. 2017

Project Team Member

Instructed an Aspen simulation to produce 99.9% pure acetaldehyde through hydrogenation of acetic acid

Determined the optimum amount of catalyst to maximize the product

Presented the poster to chemical engineering professors

Composed a comprehensive 15-page report with Aspen simulation

Distillation Process for Separating Equimolar Mixture, University of Maryland Nov. 2017

Project Team Member

Conducted an Aspen simulation of distillation columns

Demonstrated pressure swing distillation mechanism for an azeotrope mixture

Achieved 99.5% purity of methanol, acetone, and chloroform

Performed in a comprehensive 15-page design report with Aspen results

Ammonia Synthesis Process, University of Maryland Oct. 2017

Project Team Member

Designed an Aspen simulation to find the optimal condition

Succeeded to optimize 95% yield of ammonia

Proposed results in a comprehensive 15-page design report with Aspen simulation

Gas Absorption Lab, University of Maryland Sep. 2017

Lab Team Member

Studied absorption of Carbon dioxide from air into water into packed absorption column

Established Aspen simulation with theoretical data

Succeeded presenting experimental data with 4% error comparing to theoretical error

Presented in a comprehensive 20-pages report with Aspen simulation

Work Experience

Science Center Nov. 2015 – Aug. 2016

Chemistry, Science Subjects tutor

Assisted students in solving problems – 10 hours per week

Explained the subjects to students – 10 hours per week

Technical Skills

Software: Aspen, Chemcad, Mathcad, Matlab, Microsoft Office, Photoshop, Illustrator

Classes: Chemical Engineering classes and laboratory, Chemistry, Biochemistry, polymer, Leadership, Management

Honor and Awards

CRLA (College Reading and Learning Association) degree - level 1 Tutor certification 2015

Phi Theta Kappa Member-honor society for students with GPA above 3.7 2013 – present

Dr. Harry Harden Jr. Student Academic Excellence Award 2012 – 2015

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