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PH.D.ALUMNI

Azilah Binti Abd Aziz

by admin posted May 01, 2019

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Education
Ph. D. School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST)
M. S. School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST)
B. S. Institute of Biological Science, Faculty of Science, University of Malaya, Malaysia
Thesis for Ph.D. degree
 
Publication
A. A. Aziz, B.-T. Lee, H.-J. Han, K.-W. Kim (2018). Assessment of the stabilization of heavy metal contaminants in soils using chemical leaching and an earthworm bioassay. Environmental Geochemistry and Health. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10653-018-0173-1
A.A. Aziz, K. Lee, B. Park, H. Park, K. Park, I.-G. Choi, I.S. Chang (2018). Comparative study of the airborne microbial communities and their functional composition in fine particulate matter (PM2.5) under non-extreme and extreme PM2.5 conditions. Atmospheric Environment, 194, 82-92. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosenv.2018.09.027
Present affiliation
 
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Shinyoung Park

by admin posted Aug 07, 2018
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Education
Ph. D. School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Korea
M. S. School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Korea
B. S. Dept. of Microbiology, University of Ulsan, Korea
Thesis for Ph.D degree
Production of C-2, C-4 Biochemicals from Carbon Monoxide using Evolutionally Adapted Eubacterium limosum KIST612 (2016)
Publication
S. Park, M. Yasin, J. Jeong, M. Cha, H. Kang, N. Jang, IG. Choi, I. S. Chang (2017) Acetate-assisted increase of butyrate production by Eubacterium limosum KIST 612 during carbon monoxide fermentation. Bioresource Technol.
N. Jang, M. Yasin, S. Park, R. W. Lovitt and I. S. Chang (2017) Determination of volumetric gas-liquid coefficient of carbon monoxide in a batch cultivation system using kinetic simulations. Bioresource Technol.
Y. Jeong., N. Jang, M. Yasin, S. Park and I. S. Chang. (2016) Intrinsic kinetic parameters of Thermococcus onnurineus NA1 strains and prediction of optimum carbon monoxide level for ideal bioreactor operation. Bioresour. Technol. 201, 74-79
J. Lee, Yasin M., S. Park, I. S. Chang, K.-S Ha, E. Y. Lee, J. Lee, C. Kim (2015) Gas-liquid mass transfer coefficient of methane in bubble column reactor. Kor. J. Chem. Eng. 32(6), 1060-1063
M. Yasin, Y. Jeong, S. Park, J. Jeong, Ey. Y. Lee, R. W. Lovitt, B. H. Kim, J. Lee and I. S. Chang (2015) Microbial synthesis gas utilization and ways to resolve kinetic and mass-transfer limitations. Bioresour. Technol. 177, 361-374.
S. Park, Yasin M., D. Kim, H.-D. Park, C. M. Kang, D. J. Kim, I. S. Chang (2013) Rapid enrichment of (homo)acetogens from animal feces using a high mass-transfer gas-lift reactor fed with syngas. J. Ind. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 40, 995-1003.
H. Roh, H.-J. Ko, D. Kim, D. G. Choi, S. Park, S. Kim, K. H. Kim, I. S. Chang and I.-G. Choi (2011) Complete genome sequencing of a carbon monooxide utilizing acetogen, Eubacterium limosum KIST612. J. Bacteriol. 193, 307-308.
Present affiliation
Senior Researcher, GENOME&COMPANY

Muhammad Yasin [2012 ~ 2015]

by admin posted Aug 06, 2018
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Education
Ph. D. School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Korea
M. S. Environmental& Energy Engineering, University of Sheffield, UK
B. S. Chemical Engineering, D.C.E.T, Mehran University of Engineering and Technology, Pakistan
Thesis for Ph.D degree
Publication
Jang N., Yasin, M., Kang, H., Lee, Y., Woo, G., Park, Park, S., Chang, I.S., 2018. Bubble coalescence suppression driven carbon monoxide (CO)-water mass transfer increase by electrolyte addition in a hollow fiber membrane bioreactor (HFMBR) for microbial CO conversion to ethanol. Bioresource Technology, 263, 375–384.
Park, S., Yasin, M., Jeong, J., Cha, M., Kang, H., Jang, N., Choi, In-Geol, Chang, I.S., 2017. Acetate-assisted increase of butyrate production by Eubacterium limosum KIST612 during carbon monoxide fermentation. Bioresource Technology, 245, 560-566
Jang N., Yasin M*, Park, S., Lovitt R W., Chang I.S., 2017. Determination of volumetric gas–liquid mass transfer coefficient of carbon monoxide in a batch cultivation system using kinetic simulations. Bioresource Technology, 239, 387-393.
Lee J., Jang N., Yasin M., Lee E.Y., Chang I.S., Kim C., 2016. Enhanced mass transfer rate of methane via hollow fiber membrane modules for Methylosinus trichosporium OB3b fermentation. Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 39, 149-152.
Jeong, Y., Jang, N., Yasin, M., Park, S., Chang, I.S., 2016. Intrinsic kinetic parameters of Thermococcus onnurineus NA1 strains and prediction of optimum carbon monoxide level for ideal bioreactor operation. Bioresource Technology, 201, 74-79.
Yasin, M., Jeong, Y., Park, S., Jeong, J., Lee, E.Y., Lovitt, R.W., Kim, B.H., Lee, J., Chang, I.S., 2015. Microbial synthesis gas utilization and ways to resolve kinetic and mass-transfer limitations. Bioresource Technology, 177, 361–374.
Lee, J., Yasin, M., Park, S., Chang, I., Ha, K.-S., Lee, E., Lee, J., Kim, C., 2015. Gas-liquid mass transfer coefficient of methane in bubble column reactor. Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering, 1-4.
Yasin, M., Park, S., Jeong, Y., Lee, E.Y., Lee, J., Chang, I.S., 2014. Effect of internal pressure and gas/liquid interface area on the CO mass transfer coefficient using hollow fibre membranes as a high mass transfer gas diffusing system for microbial syngas fermentation. Bioresource Technology, 169, 637-643.
Park, S., Yasin, M., Kim, D., Park, H.-D., Kang, C., Kim, D., Chang, I., 2013. Rapid enrichment of (homo)acetogenic consortia from animal feces using a high mass-transfer gas-lift reactor fed with syngas. Journal of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology, 40, 995-1003.
Present affiliation
 

Donggeon Choi [2010 ~ 2014]

by admin posted Aug 06, 2018
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Education
Ph. D. School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Korea
M. S. School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Korea
B. S. Dept. of Microbiology, Hannam University, Korea
Thesis for Ph.D degree
Metabolically Engineered Glucose-Utilizing Shewanella Strains under Anaerobic Conditions
Publication
H. Roh, H.-J. Ko, D. Kim, D. G. Choi, S. Park, S. Kim, K. H. Kim, I. S. Chang and I.-G. Choi (2011) Complete genome sequencing of a carbon monooxide utilizing acetogen, Eubacterium limosum KIST612. J. Bacteriol. 193, 307-308.
Y. P. Chun, T. Ha, L. Powell, J. Lee, D. Kim, D. Choi, R. W. Lovitt, I. S. Kim, S. S. Mitra and I. S. Chang (2012) Exploring microbial communities and differences of cartridge filters (CFs) and reverse osmosis (RO) membranes for seawater desalination processes. Desalination. 298, 85-92.
D. G. Choi, S. B. Lee, S. Kim, B. Min, I. G. Choi and I. S. Chang (2014) Metabolically engineered glucose-utilizing Shewanella strains under anaerobic conditions. Bioresour. Tech. 154, 59-66.
Y. Chun, D. Choi, D. Kim, R. W. Lovitt and I. S. Chang (2016) Adhesion potential of bacteria retrieved from intake seawater and membrane biofilms on full-scale reverse osmosis desalination process. Desalination and Water Treatment, 57, 26629-26640.
Present affiliation
Post-Doc Associate, Nanyang Technology University, Singapore

Bongkyu Kim

by admin posted Aug 06, 2018
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Education
Ph. D. School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Korea
M. S. School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Korea
B. S. Dept. of Environmental Engineering, Inha University, Korea
Thesis for Ph.D degree
Optimization of Multiple Electrode Microbial Fuel Cell for Development of Bio-electrochemical Wastewater Treatment Process
Publication
Y. S. Lee, J. An, B. Kim, I. S. Chang (2017) Serially Connectable Sediment Microbial Fuel Cells Using Multi-hole Dipole Graphite Solids and Voltage Reversal Suppression through Manipulation of Ohmic Resistance. Energy Technol. (accepted)
B. Kim, J. An and I. S. Chang (2017) Elimination of Power Overshoot at Bioanode through Assistance Current in Microbial Fuel Cells. ChemSusChem. 10, 612-617
J. Kim, B. Kim, J. An, Y. S. Lee and I. S. Chang (2016) Development of anode zone using dual-anode system to reduce organic matter crossover in membraneless microbial fuel cells. Bioresour Technol. 213, 140-145.
Y. S. Lee, J. An, B. Kim, H. J. Park, J. Kim and I. S. Chang (2016) Increased power in sediment microbial fuel cell: facilitated mass transfer with using a water-layer anode in sediment. PLoS ONE. 10(2), e0145430
J. Nam, Y. S. Lee, J. An, B. Kim, H.-S. Lee and I. S. Chang (2015) Correlation of overvoltages and current densities to estimate optimal electrode size for sediment microbial fuel cells. Energy Technol. 3, 369-374
B. Kim, J. An, D. Fapyane and I. S. Chang (2015) Bioelectronic platforms for optimal bio-anode of bio-electrochemical systems: from nano- to macro scopes Bioresour. Technol. 195, 2-13
J. An, J. Nam, B. Kim, H.-S. Lee, B. H. Kim and I. S. Chang (2015) Performance variation according to anode-embedded orientation in a sediment microbial fuel cell employing a chessboard-like hundred-piece anode. Bioresource Technology. 190, 175-181
B. Kim, B. G. Lee, B. H. Kim and I. S. Chang (2015) Assistance current effect for prevention of voltage reversal in stacking of microbial fuel cell system. ChemElectroChem, 2 (5), 755-760
J. An, B. Kim, I. S. Chang and H.-S. Lee (2015) Shift of voltage reversal in stacked microbial fuel cell. J. Power Sources. 278, 534-539
J. An, B. Kim, J. K. Jang, H.-S. Lee and I. S. Chang (2014) New architecture for modulization of membraneless and single-chambered microbial fuel cell using a bipolar plate-electrode assembly (BEA). Biosen. Bioelectron. 59, 28-34
B. Kim, J. An, D. Kim, T. Kim, J. K. Jang, B.-G. Lee and I. S. Chang (2013) Voltage increase of microbial fuel cells with multiple membrane electrode assemblies by in series connection. Electrochemistry Communications. 28, 131-134
J. An, B. Kim, J. Nam, H. Y. Ng and I. S. Chang (2013) Comparison in performance of sediment microbial fuel cells according to depth of embedded anode. Bioresource Technology. 127, 138-142
D. Kim, J. An, B. Kim, J. K. Jang, B. H. Kim and I. S. Chang (2012) Scaling up microbial fuel cells: configuration and potential drop phenomenon at series connection of unit cells in shared anolyte. ChemSusChem. 5, 1086-1091 (cover page highlighted)
Present affiliation
Research Fellow Biolectrochemical System, Faculty of Computing Engineering and Science, University of South Wales, Pontypridd, Wales, UK.

Taeyoung Kim

by admin posted Aug 06, 2018
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E-Mail : bestkty@gist.ac.kr/ duftlaglkty@gmail.com
Education
Ph. D. School of Earth Science and Environmental Engineering, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Korea
M. S. School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Korea
B. S. Department of Environmental Engineering, Chonbuk National University, Korea
Thesis for M.S. degree
Isolation and Characterization of Butanol-and Butyrate-producing Clostridia from Agricultural Sources Utilizing Ceylon Moss based Saccharified Liquid (CMSL)
Thesis for Ph.D degree
Simultaneous livestock wastewater treatment and bioenergy generation by anaerobic digester and microbial fuel cells integrated system and analysis of ammonia removal mechanism
Publication
Taeyoung Kim, Sukwon Kang, Hyun Woo Kim, Yee Paek, Je Hoon Sung, Young Hwa Kim, and Jae Kyung Jang (2017) Assessment of organic removal in series- and parallel-connected microbial fuel cell stacks. Biotechnology and Bioprocess Engineering, 22, 659-667.
Jae Kyung Jang, Yu Jeong Jin, Sukwon Kang, Taeyoung Kim, Yee Paek, Je Hoon Sung, Young Hwa Kim (2017) Simultaneous removal of organic pollutants, nitrogen, and phosphorus from livestock wastewater by microbubble-oxygen in a single reactor. Journal of Korean Society of Environmental Engineers, 39(11), 599-606
Taeyoung Kim, Sukwon Kang, In Seop Chang, Hyun Woo Kim, Je Hoon Sung, Yee Paek, Young Hwa Kim, Jae Kyung Jang (2017) Prevention of power overshoot and reduction of cathodic overpotential by increasing cathode flow rate in microbial fuel cells used stainless steel scrubber electrode. Journal of Korean Society of Environmental Engineers, 39(10), 591-598.
Taeyoung Kim, Sukwon Kang, Je Hoon Sung, Youn Koo Kang, Young Hwa Kim, Jae Kyung Jang (2016) Characterization of polyester cloth as an alternative separator to Nafion membrane in microbial fuel cells for bioelectricity generation using swine wastewater. Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology, 26(12), 2173-2180.
Jae Kyung Jang. Taeyoung Kim, Sukwon Kang, Je Hoon Sung, Youn Koo Kang, Young Hwa Kim (2016) Improved electricity generation by a microbial fuel cell after pretreatment of ammonium and nitrate in livestock wastewater with microbubbles and a catalyst. Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology, 26(11), 1965-1971.
Taeyoung Kim, Junyeong An, Hyeryeong Lee, Jae Kyung Jang, In Seop Chang (2016) pH-dependent ammonia removal pathways in microbial fuel cells. Bioresource Technology, 215, 290-295. (*Selected excellent paper in Rural Development Administration)
Junyeong An, Taeyoung Kim, In Seop Chang (2016) Concurrent control of power over-shoot and voltage reversal with series connection of parallel- connected microbial fuel cells. Energy Technology, 4, 729-736.
Junyeong An, Yoo Seok Lee, Taeyoung Kim, In Seop Chang (2016) Significance of maximum current for voltage boosting of microbial fuel cells in series. Journal of Power Sources, 323, 23-28.
Jae Kyung Jang, Min Young Kim, Je Hoon Sung, In Seop Chang, Tae Young Kim, Hyun Woo Kim, Young Koo Kang, Young Hwa Kim (2015) Effect of the application of microbubbles and/or catalyst on the sludge reduction and organic matter of livestock wastewater. Journal of Korean Society of Environmental Engineers, 37(10), 558-562.
Taeyoung Kim, Junyeong An, Jae Kyung Jang, In Seop Chang (2015) Coupling of anaerobic digester and microbial fuel cell for COD removal and ammonia recovery. Bioresource Technology, 195, 217-222.
Joohee La, Taeyoung Kim, Jae Kyung Jang, In Seop Chang (2014) Ammonia nitrogen removal and recovery from swine wastewater by microwave radiation. Environmental Engineering Research, 19(4), 381-385.
Younga Kim, Daehee Kim, Taeyoung Kim, Myung-Kyo Shin, Yong Jin Kim, Jeong-Jun Yoon, In Seop Chang (2013) Use of red algae, Ceylon moss (Gelidium amansii), hydrolyzate for clostridial fermentation. Biomass and Bioenergy, 56, 38-42.
Bongkyu Kim, Junyeong An, Daehee Kim, Taeyoung Kim, Jae Kyung Jang, Byung-Geun Lee, In Seop Chang (2013) Voltage increase of microbial fuel cells with multiple membrane electrode assemblies by in series connection. Electrochemistry Communications, 28, 131-134.
Jingmei Piao, Junyeong An, Phuc Thi Ha, Taeyoung Kim, Jae Kyung Jang, Hyunsoo Moon, In Seop Chang (2013) Power density enhancement of anion-exchange membrane-installed microbial fuel cell under biocarbonate-buffered cathode condition. Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology, 23(1), 36-39.
Nayeong Jeon, Daehee Kim, Junyeong An, Taeyoung Kim, Geun Ho Gim, Chang Min Kang, Duk Jin Kim, Si Wouk Kim, In Seop Chang (2012) Dunaliella salina as a microalgal biomass for biogas production. Korean Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology, 40(3), 282–285.
Research Interests
Bioelectrochemical system (MFC, MES, Electro-fermentation), Anaerobic digestion, Wastewater treatment, Biofuel production

Hyunjung Kim [2009 ~ 2014]

by admin posted Aug 06, 2018
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Education
Ph. D. School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Korea
M. S. School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Korea
B. S. Dept. of Environmental Engineering, Kyungpook National University, Korea
Thesis for Ph.D degree
Identification of Foulants and Investigation of Fouling Mechanisms on the Reverse Osmosis (RO) Membrane in SWRO plant.
Publication
H. Kim, K. Park., S. Oh and I. S. Chang (2009) Rapid detection of Lactobacillus and yeast concentrations using a particle size distribution analyser. J. Appl. Microbiol. 107. 1499-1454.
Present affiliation
수정중

Junyeong An [2008 ~ 2012]

by admin posted Aug 06, 2018
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Education
Ph. D. School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Korea
M. S. School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Korea
B. S. Dept. of Environmental Engineering, Chosun University, Korea
Thesis for Ph.D degree
Development of a Multiphase Electrode Microbial Fuel Cell System Converting Organics in Water and Sediment Phases into Electricity.
Publication
J. An, D. Kim, Y. Chun, S. Lee, H. Y. Ng, and I. S. Chang (2009) Floating-type microbial fuel cell (FT-MFC) for treating organic-contaminated water. Environ. Sci. Technol. 43, 1642-1647.
J. An, S. J. Lee, H. Y. Ng, I. S. Chang (2010) Determination of effects of turbulence flow in a cathode environment on electricity generation using a tidal mud-based cylindrical-type sediment microbial fuel cell. J. Environmental Management. 91. 2478-2482.
J. An, H. S. Moon, and I. S. Chang (2010) Multiphase Electrode Microbial Fuel Cell System that Simultaneously Converts Organics Coexisting in Water and Sediment phases into Electricity. Environ. Sci. Technol. 44. 7145-7150.
E. Ji, H. Moon, J. Piao, Ha P. T., J. An, D. Kim, J-J. Woo, Y. Lee, S-H. Moon, B. E. Rittmann and I. S. Chang (2011) Interface resistances of anion exchange embranes in microbial fuel cells with low ionic strength. Biosen. Bioelectron. 26, 3266-3271.
E. Ji, H. Moon, J. Piao, Ha P. T., J. An, D. Kim, J-J. Woo, Y. Lee, S-H. Moon, B. E. Rittmann and I. S. Chang (2011) Interface resistances of anion exchange membranes in microbial fuel cells with low ionic strength. Biosen. Bioelectron. 26, 3266-3271.
J. An, H. Jeon, J. Lee, and I. S. Chang (2011) Bifunctional silver nanoparticle cathode in microbial fuel cells for microbial growth inhibition with comparable oxygen reduction reaction activity. Environ. Sci. Technol. 45, 5441-5446.
D. Kim, J. An, B. Kim, J. K. Jang, B. H. Kim and I. S. Chang (2012) Scaling-up microbial fuel cells: configuration and potential drop phenomenon at series connection of unit cells in shared anolyte. ChemSusChem. 5, 1086-1091. (cover page highlighted)
N. Jeon, D. Kim, J. An, T. Kim, G. H. Gim, C. M. Kang, D. K. Kim, S. W. Kim and I. S. Chang (2012) Dunaliella salina as a microalgal biomass for biogas production. Korean J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 40, 282–285.
J. An, B. Kim, J. Nam, H. Y. Ng and I. S. Chang (2013) Comparison in performance of sediment microbial fuel cells according to depth of embedded anode. Bioresour. Tech. 127, 138-142.
J. Piao, J. An, P. T. Ha, T. Kim, J. K. Jang, H. Moon and I. S. Chang (2013) Power density enhancement of anion-exchange membrane-installed microbial fuel cell under biocarbonate-buffered cathode condition. J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 23, 36-39.
B. Kim, J. An, D. Kim, T. Kim, B.-G. Lee and I. S. Chang (2013) Voltage increase of microbial fuel cells with multiple membrane electrode assemblies by in series connection. Electrochem. Commun. 28, 131-134.
J. An, B. Kim, J. K. Jang, H.-S. Lee and I. S. Chang (2014) New architecture for modulization of membraneless and single-chambered microbial fuel cell using a bipolar plate-electrode assembly (BEA). Biosen. Bioelectron. 59, 28-34.
J. An, B. Kim, I. S. Chang and H.-S Lee. (2015) Shift of voltage reversal in stacked microbial fuel cell. J. Power Sources 278, 534-539.
J. An, J. Nam, B. K. Kim, H.-S. Lee, B. H. Kim, I. S. Chang (2015) Performance variation according to anode-embedded orientation in a sediment microbial fuel cell employing a chessboard-like hundred-piece anode. Bioresour. Technol. 190, 175-181.
T. Kim, J. An, J. K. Jang and I. S. Chang.(2015) Coupling of anaerobic digester and microbial fuel cell for COD removal and ammonia recovery Bioresour. Technol. 195, 217-222.
B. Kim, J. An, D. Fapyane and I. S. Chang. (2015) Bioelectronic platforms for optimal bio-anode of bio-electrochemical systems: nano- to macro scopes. Bioresour. Technol. 195, 2-13.
Y. S. Lee, J. An, B. Kim, H. J. Park, J. Kim and I. S. Chang (2015) Increased power in sediment microbial fuel cell: facilitated mass transfer with using a water-layer anode in sediment. PLoS ONE 10(2), e0145430
J. Nam, Y. S. Lee, J. An, B. Kim, H.-S. Lee and I. S. Chang. (2016) Correlation of overvoltages and current densities to estimate optimal electrode size }for sediment microbial fuel cells. Energy Technol. 3, 369-374.
J. An, T. Kim and I. S. Chang. (2016) Concurrent control of power over-shoot and voltage reversal with series connection of parallel-connected microbial fuel cells. Energy Technol. 4, 729-736.
J. Kim, B. Kim, J. An, Y. S. Lee and I. S. Chang (2016) Development of anode zone using dual-anode system to reduce organic matter crossover in membraneless microbial fuel cells. Bioresour Technol. 213, 140-145.
T. Kim, J. An, H. Lee, J. K. Jang and I. S. Chang (2016) pH-dependent ammonia removal pathways in microbial fuel cells. Bioresour. Technol. 215, 290-295.
J. An, Y. S. Lee, T. Kim and I. S. Chang (2016) Significance of maximum current for voltage boosting of microbial fuel cells in series. J. Power Sources, 323, 23-28.
B. Kim, J. An and I. S. Chang (2017) Elimination of power overshoot at bioanode through assistance current in microbial fuel cells. ChemSusChem.10, 612-617.
Y. S. Lee, J. An, B. Kim and I. S. Chang (2017) Serially connectable sediment microbial fuel cells using multi-hole dipole graphite solids and voltage reversal suppression through manipulation of ohmic resistance. Energy Technol. DOI: 10.1002/ente.201700084
Present affiliation
한국환경평가정책연구원 (Korea Environment Insitute, KEI)

Phuc Thi Ha [2005 ~ July. 2012 ]

by admin posted Aug 06, 2018
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Education
Ph. D. School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Korea
M. S. School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Korea
B. S. Dept. of Biology, Hanoi University of Science, Vietnam
Thesis for Ph.D degree
Bio-electrochemical Treatment of Distillery Wastewater using Thermophilic Microbial Fuel Cell
Publication
T. P. Ha, B. Tae and I. S. Chang (2008) Performance and Bacterial Consortium of Microbial Fuel Cell Fed with Formate. Energy Fuels 22, 164-168.
Y. G. Lee, K-G. An, P. T. Ha, K. Y. Lee, J-H. Kang, S. M. Cha, K. H. Cho, Y. S. Lee, I. S. Chang, K. W. Kim and J. H. Kim (2009). Decadal and Seasonal Scale Changes of an Artificial Lake Environment after Blocking Tidal Flows in the Yeongsan Estuary Region, Korea. Science of the Total Environment. 407, 6063-6072.
Ha P. T., H. Moon, B. H. Kim, H. W. Ng and I. S. Chang (2010) Determination of charge transfer resistance and capacitance of microbial fuel cell through a transient response analysis of cell voltage. Biosen. Bioelectron. 25. 1629-1634.
D. A. De Cárcer, P. T. Ha, J. K. Jang and I. S. Chang (2011) Microbial community differences between propionate-fed microbial fuel cell systems under open- and closed circuit conditions. Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 89, 605-612.
E. Ji, H. Moon, J. Piao, Ha P. T., J. An, D. Kim, J-J. Woo, Y. Lee, S-H. Moon, B. E. Rittmann and I. S. Chang (2011) Interface resistances of anion exchange membranes in microbial fuel cells with low ionic strength. Biosen. Bioelectron. 26, 3266-3271.
Ha P. T., T. K. Lee, B. E. Rittmann, J. Park and I. S. Chang (2012) Treatment of alcohol distillery wastewater using a Bacteroidetes-dominant thermophilic microbial fuel cell. Environ. Sci. Technol. 46, 3022-3030.
Y. P. Chun, T. Ha, L. Powell, J. Lee, D. Kim, D. Choi, R. W. Lovitt, I. S. Kim, S. S. Mitra and I. S. Chang (2012) Exploring microbial communities and differences of cartridge filters (CFs) and reverse osmosis (RO) membranes for seawater desalination processes. Desalination. 298, 85-92.
J. Piao, J. An, P. T. Ha, T. Kim, J. K. Jang, H. Moon and I. S. Chang (2013) Power density enhancement of anion-exchange membrane-installed microbial fuel cell under biocarbonate-buffered cathode condition. J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 23, 36-39.
Present affiliation
Post-Doc Associate, Dept. of Environmental Engineering, Washington State University

Daehee Kim [Sep. 2006 ~ Aug. 2011]

by admin posted Aug 06, 2018
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Education
Ph. D. School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Korea
M. S. School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Korea
Dept. of Environmental Engineering, Yonsei University, Korea
Thesis for Ph.D degree
Bioelectricity Generation from Carbon Monoxide by Acetogenesis and Microbial Fuel Cell Technology
Publication
J. An, D. Kim, Y. Chun, S. Lee, H. Y. Ng, and I. S. Chang (2009) Floating-type microbial fuel cell (FT-MFC) for treating organic-contaminated water. Environ. Sci. Technol. 43, 1642-1647.
D. Kim and I. S. Chang (2009) Electricity generation from synthesis gas by microbial processes: CO fermentation and microbial fuel cell technology. Bioresour. Technol. 100, 4527-4530.
E. Ji, H. Moon, J. Piao, Ha P. T., J. An, D. Kim, J-J. Woo, Y. Lee, S-H. Moon, B. E. Rittmann and I. S. Chang (2011) Interface resistances of anion exchange membranes in microbial fuel cells with low ionic strength. Biosen. Bioelectron. 26, 3266-3271.
D. Kim, J. An, B. Kim, J. K. Jang, B. H. Kim and I. S. Chang (2012) Scaling-up microbial fuel cells: configuration and potential drop phenomenon at series connection of unit cells in shared anolyte. ChemSusChem. 5, 1086-1091. (cover page highlighted)
Y. P. Chun, T. Ha, L. Powell, J. Lee, D. Kim, D. Choi, R. W. Lovitt, I. S. Kim, S. S. Mitra and I. S. Chang (2012) Exploring microbial communities and differences of cartridge filters (CFs) and reverse osmosis (RO) membranes for seawater desalination processes. Desalination. 298, 85-92.
B. Kim, J. An, D. Kim, T. Kim, B.-G. Lee and I. S. Chang (2013) Voltage increase of microbial fuel cells with multiple membrane electrode assemblies by in series connection. Electrochem. Commun. 28, 131-134.
Y. Kim, D. Kim, T. Kim, M.-K. Shin, Y. J. Kim, J.-J. Yoon, I. S. Chang (2013) Use of red algae, Ceylonmoss (Gelidium amansii), hydrolyzate for clostridial fermentation. Biomass Bioenerg, 56, 38-42.
S. Park, Yasin M., D. Kim, H.-D. Park, C. M. Kang, D. J. Kim, I. S. Chang (2013) Rapid enrichment of (homo)acetogens from animal feces using a high mass-transfer gas-lift reactor fed with syngas. J. Ind. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 40, 995-1003.
Present affiliation
Senior Researcher, Marine Energy Convergence and Integration Research, Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER)

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