Erik Kjeang

Associate Professor, School of Mechatronic Systems Engineering


Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, University of Victoria, Canada, 2007

M.Sc. and B.Sc., Energy Engineering, Umea University, Sweden, 2004

Research interests

  • Sustainable energy systems
  • Polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) fuel cell technology
  • Mirofluidic and nanofluidic energy conversion devices
  • Innovative fuel cell architectures and materials
  • Modeling and simulation of transport phenomena in porous media


 SFU Surrey, 4168 Galleria

Teaching interests

  • Mechatronic systems engineering
  • Sustainable energy systems
  • Thermal-fluid sciences

Recently taught courses

  • ENSC 280 Engineering Measurement and Data Analysis
  • ENSC 283 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
  • ENSC 461/894 Fuel Cell Systems
  • ENSC 433 Microfluidics

Selected recent publications

  • Lee, J.W., Goulet, M.A. and Kjeang, E.*, Microfluidic Redox Battery, Lab on a Chip 13 (2013) 2504-2507
  • Macauley, N., Ghassemzadeh, L., Lim, C., Watson, M., Kolodziej, J., Lauritzen, M., Holdcroft, S. and Kjeang, E.*, PT Band Formation Enhances the Stability of Fuel Cell Membranes, ECS Electrochemistry Letters 2 (2013) F33-F35
  • Goulet, M.A., Khorasany, R.M.H., De Torres, C., Lauritzen, M., Kjeang, E.*, Wang, G.G. and Rajapakse, N., Mechanical Properties of Catalyst Coated Membranes for PEM Fuel Cells, Journal of Power Sources 234 (2013) 38-47
  • Rose, L., Hussain, M., Ahmed, S., Malek, K.M., Constanzo, R. and Kjeang, E.*, A Comparative Life Cycle Assessment of Diesel and Compressed Natural Gas Powered Refuse Collection Vehicles in a Canadian City, Energy Policy 52 (2013) 453-461

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