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- Job title:
- Dean of Graduate Research School
- Graduate Research School
- Research institute:
- Technology Futures Institute
About Zulfiqur Ali
Professor Zulfiqur Ali is Dean of the Graduate Research School.
His research interests include nano and microfabricated systems; miniaturised systems for chemical and biological analysis; chemo and biosensors; pattern recognition and multivariate analysis.
Professor Ali is the Editor-in-Chief for a new journal launched by Bentham Science Publishers entitled Micro and Nanosystems.
- Project co-ordinator for DVT - IMP, EU FP6 STREP, IST Programme, Teesside University - €3.3m (2006-09).
- Project co-ordinator for MAPTech, Marie-Curie, Teesside University - €1.1m (2006-09).
- Helena / Bionet, £40,000 - Protein Separation Microchip (2006-09).
- EPSRC-CASE with IDS Ltd, £64,343 - Polymer Microfabricated Lab-on-a-chip for Immunoassays (2004-07).
- Centre of Excellence Nanotechnology and Microsystems, £340,000 - Bio-micro sensors (2004-06).
- Science Research Investment Fund, £180,000 - Nanotechnology for the Life Sciences (2002).
- ERDF, £840,852 - Nano-microfabricated sensors (2005).
- ONE Single Pot, £60,000 - Nano-microfabricated sensors (2005).
- University Stephenson Building, Nanotehcnology, DTI, £395,000 - Nano-microfabricated sensors (2005).
- ERDF, £343,200 - MicroArray Sensor Systems (2002-05).
- SRIF, £170,000 - Development of Advanced Sensor Systems (2002).
- ERDF, £90,000 - Chemical and Biosensors Unit (1999-2001).
- HEFCE, £30,000 - Coated Piezoelectric Quartz Crystal based Electronic Nose (1996-99).
- EPSRC-CASE (SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceuticals), £34,000 - Piezoelectric quartz crystal for under-liquid sensing (1994-97.)
In the news
- It's the business
Northern Echo, 21/08/2012, p.27
We hear from Teesside University's Professor Zulfiqur Ali, who is keen for businesses and entrepreneurs to come forward with ideas which the university can help develop into profitable products and companies.
- Future of 3D printing under the spotlight
The Journal, 05/04/2012, p.32,
There's a lot of talk about how 3D printing could change the world. That's why Teesside and Newcastle universities are hunkering down to study exactly how the world might make it all happen. Teesside University professor Zulfiqur Ali, the dean of the university's Graduate Research School, said: '3D printing has been around for a little while and there are some limitations.'