Agus P. Sasmito

Title: 
Associate Professor
Agus P. Sasmito
Contact Information
Address: 

Frank Dawson Adams Building, Room 115

Email address: 
agus.sasmito [at] mcgill.ca
Department: 
Department of Mining and Materials Engineering
Biography: 

Dr. Agus Sasmito is a tenured Associate Professor at McGill Mining & Materials Engineering Department. Having interdisciplinary backgrounds, i.e. a bachelor's degree in Engineering Physics, a Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Postdoctoral experience in Mining Engineering, Sasmito's research and educational efforts have focused on advanced multiphysics systems for sustainable minerals and energy extraction. He established McGill Mine Multiphysics Laboratory and his research has spanned a wide range of scientific and technological development for mine ventilation, heating, cooling, freezing and drying, geo-energy, thermal energy storage, artificial ground freezing, slurry, paste and particulate flow, rock-microwave and other multiphysics modeling in mining and energy extraction engineering. Dr. Sasmito has supervised more than 25 graduate students (M.Eng. and Ph.D.) and postdoctoral associates and has published over 130 refereed journal papers and more than 80 peer-reviewed conference papers. He was awarded the 2019 CIM-Bedford Canadian Young Mining Leaders Award and the 2021 Pricipal Prize for Outstanding Emerging Researcher.

Unit: 
Mining & Materials Engineering
Degree(s): 

Ph.D National University of Singapore
B.Eng (Hons) Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia

Areas of expertise: 

Mine ventilation, heating and cooling

Thermal energy storage

Geo-energy and energy system

Slurry, paste and particulate flow

Rock-microwave system

Ground freezing

Environmental engineering in mines

Industrial transport processes

Thermal fluid sciences and engineering

Courses: 

Undergraduate Courses

MIME 320: Extraction of Energy Resources (3 Credits)

MIME 333: Materials Handling (3 Credits)

MIME 422: Mine Ventilation (3 Credits)

 

 

Graduate Courses

MIME 511: Advanced Subsurface Ventilation and Air Conditioning (3 Credits)

MIME 624D1: Materials Handling in Mines (3 Credits)

MIME 624D2: Materials Handling in Mines (3 Credits)

Research areas: 
Energy
Environmental Engineering
Awards, honours, and fellowships: 

2021 Principal Prize for Outstanding Emerging Researcher

2019 CIM Bedford Canadian Young Mining Leaders Award by Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum

Selected publications: 
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