|Dr Lau's areas of expertise are Fluidization, Multiphase Flow, and Reactor Design. His current research works focus on the kinetic and hydrodynamic study of Fisher-Tropsch Synthesis process, particle formulation and inhaler design in dry powder inhalation, and process engineering study of microalgae cultivation. For more information, please visit his research homepage at: http://www.ntu.edu.sg/home/WMLau/|
- Cambridge Centre for Carbon Reduction in Chemical Technology (C4T)
- Combined Physical and Chemical Recovery of Rare Earth and Heavy Metals from Incinerator Bottom Ash
- Delivery of Protein and peptide drugs through dry powder inhalation
- Experimental Investigation Particle Characteristics on Pulmonary Drug Delivery
- Harvesting and analysis of products derived from marine micro-algae using techniques suited to industrial scale-up
- Indoor air quality control: towards the understanding and experimental validation of air circulation motion and particulate pollutant transportation
- MicroAlgae Bioreactors
- Optimization of design parameters for dry powder inhalers
- Vapour cloud explosion (VCE) using computer simulation
- C. Irrgang, O. Hinrichsen, & R. Lau. (2012). Effects of Orifice Angle and Surface Roughness on the Bubbling-to-Jetting Regime Transition in a Bubble Column. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 51(11), 4445-4451.
- Zhao GL, Chen X, Wang L, Zhou SX, Feng HX, Lau R*, and Chen W*. (2012). Ultrasound assisted extraction of carbohydrates from microalgae as feedstock for yeast fermentation. Bioresource Technology, 128, 337-344.
- X. Chen, Q.R.Y. Goh, W.F. Tan, M.I. Hossain, W.N. Chen, & R. Lau. (2011). Lumostatic strategy for microalgae cultivation utilizing image analysis and chlorophyll a content as design parameters. Bioresource Technology, 102, 6005-6012.
- R. Lau, M.S. Hassan, W.Y. Wong, & T. Chen. (2010). Revisit of the Wall Effect on the Settling of Cylindrical Particles in the Inertial Regime. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 49(18), 8870-8876.
- M.S. Hassan, & R. Lau. (2010). Effect of Particle Formulation on Dry Powder Inhalation Efficiency. Current Pharmaceutical Design, 16(21), 2377-2387.