Dr Cindy Lee is currently Senior Lecturer at NUS Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. She is experienced in supercritical CO2 technologies, food waste processing, microencapsulation and controlled release systems for food and pharmaceutical applications. She is an Editorial Board Member for Advanced Powder Technology (Elsevier) and also Member of the International Society for Advancement of Supercritical Fluids. She was Associate Professor at Newcastle University in Singapore, where she held a concurrent appointment as Director of Excellence in Learning and Teaching (DELT) and Director of Operations (Chemical Engineering Programme). She was also previously a Project Leader at FeyeCon D&I BV, specialising in the development of new products and processes using supercritical CO2 technologies.
Part of a team that provided training and consultancy to Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) in the development of supercritical extraction equipment for Supercritical Fluid Centre (SFC) for research and manufacturing in Malaysia. SFC is a one-stop research centre containing equipment related to green technology, specifically using supercritical carbon dioxide (SC-CO2) technology used in extraction process.
- Chemicals - Process/Industrial Engineering