NAME : Dr. Parag Sutar
DESIGNATION : Assistant Professor

  • Ph. D. (Tech.) in Chemical Engineering (2014)
  • M. Chem. Engg. (2009)
  • B. E. (Chemical) (2007)


Dr. Parag Sutar is an Assistant Professor at School of Chemical Engineering, MIT Academy of Engineering. He holds a PhD degree in Chemical Engineering from Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai. He has 7 years of teaching experience and 2 years of post-doctoral research experience. He is involved in teaching of a variety of subjects from the chemical engineering discipline such as Chemical Reaction Engineering, Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics, Process Modeling and Simulation etc. He is also involved in the innovation and entrepreneurship related activities of the institute. He has published 6 research articles in international journals and presented papers in a number of international conferences. He has membership of renowned professional societies such as Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers (IIChE).

FORE FRONT AREA OF RESEARCH : Reaction engineering, CO2 capture, Vapour-liquid equilibrium studies, Mathematical modeling and Process simulation.
CONTACT NO : 020 3025 3500 (Ext. 1187)

EXPERIENCE : Teaching: 8 Years, Research: 2 Years


  • Short term course on ‘Concepts in Chemical Reaction Engineering’ at Indian Institute of Sciences, Bangalore during 18-22 June 2018.
  • Short term course on ‘Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics Laboratory for Undergraduates’ at Indian Institute of Technology, Madrasduring24-29 June 2019.
  • Workshop on ‘Machine Learning Concepts for Modeling and Control’ at Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal during 27-29 June 2022.


  • Received ‘Best Paper Award’ at International Conference on Research Frontiers in Sciences (ICRFS-2021) organized by G. H. Raisoni College of Engineering, Nagpur during 5-6 February 2021.
  • Secured top position in SWAYAM-NPTEL course on ‘Aspen Plus simulation software - A basic course for beginners’ during Jul-Oct 2021.


  • Secondary amines for CO2 capture: A kinetic investigation using N-ethyl monoethanolamine Parag N. Sutar, Abhinav Jha, Prakash D. Vaidya, Eugeny Y. Kenig 22nd International Symposium on Chemical Reaction Engineering (ISCRE-22) September 2-5, 2012, Maastricht, The Netherlands.
  • Activated DEEA solutions for CO2 capture: A study of equilibrium and kinetic characteristics Parag N. Sutar, Prakash D. Vaidya, Eugeny Y. Kenig 11th International Gas-Liquid Symposium (GLS-11) August 18-23, 2013, Seoul, South Korea.


  • Evaluation of Carbon Dioxide Solubility in Aqueous Solutions of Diethylethanolamine Using Improved Kent–Eisenberg Model SP Narayan Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry A 96 (1), S51-S57
  • Prediction of CO2 solubility in aqueous solutions of N, N-Diethyl ethanolamine (DEEA): A modified Kent-Eisenberg model approach DD Rode, HH Shinde, PV Khavale, PN Sutar Journal of Physics: Conference Series 1913 (1), 012074
  • Activated DEEA solutions for CO2 capture - A study of equilibrium and kinetic characteristics PN Sutar, PD Vaidya, EY Kenig Chemical Engineering Science 100, 234-241
  • Secondary amines for CO2 capture: A kinetic investigation using N-ethylmonoethanolamine PN Sutar, A Jha, PD Vaidya, EY Kenig Chemical Engineering Journal 207, 718-724
  • Glycerol‐Reforming Kinetics Using a Pt/C Catalyst PN Sutar, PD Vaidya, AE Rodrigues Chemical engineering & technology 33 (10), 1645-1649