Mei Qi LIM

Research Project Manager

Mei Qi is a Project Manager at CARES. She obtained her B.S. in Chemical Engineering from National University Of Singapore in 2010. She worked in Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) companies as a Process Engineer before joining the programme in September 2016.

She is involved in the project management of the J-Park Simulator (C4T programme) and the PIPS projects at CARES.

Read: Singapore, CARES C4T demonstrates J-Park Simulator, the next generation modelling tool for eco-industrial parks at the "Science is Great" event hosted at the British High Commission

Singapore - CARES



Research Interest

Mei Qi's main research interest is in process modelling

Key Publications

ResearchGate Profile

Devanand, Aravind, et al. “ElChemo: A Cross-Domain Interoperability between Chemical and Electrical Systems in a Plant.” Computers & Chemical Engineering, 2022, p. 107556,

Chadzynski, Arkadiusz, et al. “Semantic 3D City Database — An Enabler for a Dynamic Geospatial Knowledge Graph.” Energy and AI, vol. 6, 2021, p. 100106,

Atherton, John, et al. “How Does a Carbon Tax Affect Britain’s Power Generation Composition?” Applied Energy, vol. 298, Sept. 2021, p. 117117,

Pan, Kang, et al. “Development of a Moving Point Source Model for Shipping Emission Dispersion Modeling in EPISODE–CityChem v1.3.” Geoscientific Model Development, vol. 14, no. 7, July 2021, pp. 4509–34,

Liu, Zuming, et al. “Game Theory-Based Renewable Multi-Energy System Design and Subsidy Strategy Optimization.” Advances in Applied Energy, May 2021, p. 100024,

Farazi, Feroz, et al. “Knowledge Graph Approach to Combustion Chemistry and Interoperability.” ACS Omega, vol. 5, no. 29, July 2020, pp. 18342–48,

Zhou, Xiaochi, Mei Qi Lim, et al. “A Smart Contract-Based Agent Marketplace for the J-Park Simulator - a Knowledge Graph for the Process Industry.” Computers & Chemical Engineering, vol. 139, Aug. 2020, p. 106896,

Eibeck, Andreas, et al. “J-Park Simulator: An Ontology-Based Platform for Cross-Domain Scenarios in Process Industry.” Computers & Chemical Engineering, vol. 131, Dec. 2019, p. 106586,

Zhou, Xiaochi, Andreas Eibeck, et al. “An Agent Composition Framework for the J-Park Simulator - A Knowledge Graph for the Process Industry.” Computers & Chemical Engineering, vol. 130, Nov. 2019, p. 106577,