Farah was born in Johor, Malaysia. She graduated from the University of Yamanashi, Japan, with a BEng in Applied Chemistry, in the Department of Applied Chemistry, Faculty of Engineering.
Her research originally focused on the breakage of flocs in stirred tank reactors. She is now working on the breakage of agglomerates in the spherical agglomeration process. Her project aims to identify and model this rate process in the remainder of her project.
- IFPRI AGM, John McIntyre Conference Centre, Edinburgh, UK, 2018.
- Joint IFPRI Robert Pfeffer symposium and UK Particle Technology Forum, University of Surrey, UK, 2016.
- Yusoff, S.N.M., Arjmandi-Tash, O., Pitt, K., Litster, J.D., Smith, R.M. (2018). Spherical shear agglomeration: an investigation of the breakage mechanism using a contracting nozzle by isolating the breakage rate process. IFPRI AGM, John McIntyre Conference Centre, Edinburgh, UK, 2018.
- Yusoff, S.N.M., Smith, R.M. (2016). Breakage behaviour of flocs at different shear rates. Joint IFPRI Robert Pfeffer Symposium and UK Particle Technology Forum, University of Surrey, UK.