Senior Lecturer

Ts. Dr. Lim Mee Wei

NameTs. Dr. Lim Mee Wei
DesignationSenior Lecturer


Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering (Monash University)

B.Eng. (Hons) in Chemical Engineering (Monash University)


  1. Professional Technologist of MBOT (PT20100160)
  2. Graduate Engineer of BEM (G177422A)
  3. Associate Member of IChemE (99947750)
  4. Golden Key Honour Society


Energy Management, Green Technology, Environmental Control, IOT, Smart Agriculture


  1. M.W. Lim, E.V. Lau, P.E. Poh, Micro-macrobubbles interactions and its application in flotation technology for the recovery of high density oil from contaminated sands, Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, 161 (2018) 29-37. DOI 10.1016/j.petrol.2017.11.064.
  2. M.W. Lim, E.V. Lau, P.E. Poh, Optimization Studies For The Flotation Of Bunker Oil From Contaminated Sand Using Microbubbles, Journal of Engineering Science and Technology, 12 (2017) 2046-2063.
  3. M.W. Lim, E.V. Lau, P.E. Poh, Analysis of attachment process of bubbles to high-density oil: Influence of bubble size and water chemistry, Journal of Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers, 68 (2016) 192-200. DOI 10.1016/j.jtice.2016.08.037.
  4. M.W. Lim, E.V. Lau, P.E. Poh, A comprehensive guide of remediation technologies for oil contaminated soil – present works and future directions, Marine Pollution Bulletin, 109 (2016) 14-45. DOI 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2016.04.023.
  5. M.W. Lim, E.V. Lau, P.E. Poh, W.T. Chong, Interaction studies between high-density oil sand particles in oil flotation technology, Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, 131 (2015) 114-121. DOI 10.1016/j.petrol.2015.04.016.
  6. M.W. Lim, E.V. Lau, P.E. Poh, Optimization of Nanobubble-Assisted Bunker Oil Flotation from Oil-Wet Sand via Response Surface Methodology (RSM), ASEAN Journal of Chemical Engineering, 1 (2015) 1-9.


  1. Study of Overall Growth Effectiveness and Antioxidant Content of Red Leaf Lettuce Cultivated in Fish Wastewater Hydroponic Systems Using Various Light Quality & Quantity. University-Industry Matching Grant (RM 100,000). April 2021 – September 2023. Principle investigator.