Dr. Phuet Prasertcharoensuk

ดร.พฤทธิ์ ประเสริฐเจริญสุข

Education : Doctor of Philosophy, School of Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Newcastle University, United Kingdom (2015-2019), Master of Science Sustainable Chemical Engineering, School of Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Newcastle University, United Kingdom (2013-2014), Bachelor of Engineering in Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Mahidol University, Thailand (2009-2013).


Department of Chemical Engineering, Floor 9, Building 4,
Faculty of Engineering, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok 10330, Thailand




Research Interest

My research interests are in the fields of alternative energy, advanced thermochemical conversion (pyrolysis and gasification), waste-to energy and sustainable hydrogen production in order to develop more sustainable solutions to current fuels and chemicals production processes and to reduce the environmental impacts. Currently, my researches focus on an alternative hydrogen storage materials including carbon-based material, metal-organic frameworks (MOF) and polyoxometalates (POM) for light-duty fuel cell vehicles.


  • Advanced thermochemical conversion of biomass, waste and refuse derived fuel (RDF) for energy, fuels and materials production
  • Process design and development
  • Hydrogen production, integration and storage
  • Applications of carbon-based materials
  • Carbon dioxide capture and utilization


Advanced thermochemical conversion

Process intensification

Biofuel processing

Hydrogen production and storage


Prasertcharoensuk, P., Bull, S.J., Arpornwichanop, A., Phan, A.N. Sustainable Hydrogen Production from Waste Wood and CO2, 2021, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research.

Prasertcharoensuk, P., Steve, J. Bull., Anh, N. Phan. Gasification of waste biomass for hydrogen production: Effects of pyrolysis parameters. 2019. Renewable Energy, 143, 112-120.

Prasertcharoensuk, P., David, A. Hernandez., Steve, J. Bull., Anh, N. Phan. Optimization of a throat downdraft gasifier for hydrogen production. 2018, Biomass and Bioenergy, 116, 216-226.