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Green Energy Technology Research Group

1. Introduction

Creating a new energy power which can be a very good replacement for the fossil fuel, bio-energy has become a leading tendency with its potential to be a green, effective and promised energy power. Especially, in agricultural countries like Vietnam, bio-energy application is suitable.

Therefore, outstanding researchers with skills and advanced methods should promote this potential research field in Vietnam and in Ton Duc Thang University (TDTU) particularly.

2. Mission and vision

• Provide talent training in green energy technologies in Vietnam; coordinate training of human resource for TDTU (Master and PhD degrees at Feng Chia University in Taiwan – FCU).

• Through international conferences and course training, create a suitable and better study environment for Vietnamese researchers.

• Study and improve green energy technologies for agriculture/industry wastes, which are suitable with the situation of Vietnam.

• Provide a cooperation and discussion between TDTU and FCU, institutes, and companies about the application of green energy production in Vietnam.

3. Research topics

The research direction is of biogases fuel electricity, consistent with the demand and development situation of Vietnam. The implementation of this research direction is a very good opportunity for research collaboration among some departments/divisions in TDTU such as environmental science, chemical engineering, biological technology, automatic control, electronic engineering, water resource management, and environmental economics and so on.

4. Current members

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Dr. Chiu-Yue Lin

Positions:

• Adjunct professor, Ton Duc Thang University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

• Head of Green Energy Technology Research Group, Ton Duc Thang University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

• Full Professor of Department of Environmental Engineering and Science, Department of Water Resource Engineering, Feng Chia University

• Director of Green Energy Development Center, Feng Chia University

• Co-Chairman of Asia Bio-HyLinks (ABHL)

• President of IAHE-Taiwan Chapter

• Head of APEC Research Center of Advanced Biohydrogen and a Taiwanese representative of IEA-HIA Task 21

Areas of expertise: Biological Wastewater Treatment, Anaerobic Digestion, Biohydrogen Energy, and Fermentative Bioenergy Technology

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Dr. Chyi-How Lay

Positions:

• Member of Green Energy Technology Research Group, Ton Duc Thang University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

• Assistant Professor, Green Energy Development Center, Feng Chia University, Taiwan

Areas of expertise: Wastewater treatment, Anaerobic hydrogen production technology, microbial fuel cell, experimental design method

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Dr. Huang-Chih Lu

Positions:

• Member of Green Energy Technology Research Group, Ton Duc Thang University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

• Assistant Professor, Green Energy Development Center, Feng Chia University, Taiwan

Areas of expertise: Biosensor Design, Nano Technology, Instrument Analysis Electrochemistry, Surface Modification

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Dr. Periyasamy Sivagurunathan

Position: Member of Green Energy Technology Research Group, Ton Duc Thang University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Areas of expertise: Algal biotechnology, Anaerobic digestion, Biohydrogen production, Biofuels production, Biomass pretreatment, Bioremediation, Biorefinery, Green chemistry, Immobilization, Molecular tools, Microbiological methods, Wastewater treatment, Waste management, Waste biorefinery

5. Former members (name, title, picture)

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Dr. Chen-Yeon Chu

Position: Former of Green Energy Technology Research Group, Ton Duc Thang University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

6. Publications (ISI or Scopus only)

8. Gopalakrishnan Kumar, Dinh Duc Nguyen, Periyasamy Sivagurunathan, Takuro Kobayashi, Kaiqin Xu, Soon Woong Chang (2018); Cultivation of microalgal biomass using swine manure for biohydrogen production: Impact of dilution ratio and pretreatment; Bioresource Technology (ISI).

7. Periyasamy Sivagurunathan, Gopalakrishnan Kumar, Takuro Kobayashi, Kaiqin Xu, Sang-Hyoun Kim, Dinh Duc Nguyen, Soon Woong Chang (2018); Co-digestion of untreated macro and microalgal biomass for biohydrogen production: Impact of inoculum augmentation and microbial insights; International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (ISI).

6. Periyasamy Sivagurunathan, Arivalagan Pugazhendhi, Gopalakrishnan Kumar, Jong-Hun Park, Sang-Hyoun Kim (2018); Biohydrogen fermentation of galactose at various substrate concentrations in an immobilized system and its microbial correspondence; Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering (ISI).

5. Abudukeremu Kadier, Mohd Sahaid Kalil, Kuppam Chandrasekhar, Gunda Mohanakrishna, Ganesh Dattatraya Saratale, Rijuta Ganesh Saratale, Gopalakrishnan Kumar, Arivalagan Pugazhendhi, Periyasamy Sivagurunathan (2018); Surpassing the current limitations of high purity H2 production in microbial electrolysis cell (MECs): Strategies for inhibiting growth of methanogens; Bioelectrochemistry, Vol. 119, pp. 211-219 (ISI).

4. Chiu-Yue Lin, Chih-Cheng Chiang, Mai-Linh Thi Nguyen, Chi-How Lay (2017); Enhancement of fermentative biohydrogen production from textile desizing wastewater via coagulation-pretreatment; International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Vol. 42 (17), pp. 12153–12158 (ISI).

3. Rijuta Ganesh Saratale, Ganesh Dattatraya Saratale, Arivalagan Pugazhendhi, Guangyin Zhen, Gopalakrishnan Kumar, Abudukeremu Kadier, Periyasamy Sivagurunathan (2017); Microbiome involved in microbial electrochemical systems (MESs): A review; Chemosphere, Vol. 177, pp. 176–188 (ISI).

2. Chyi-How Lay, Ciao-Yun Huang, Chin-Chao Chen, Chiu-Yue Lin (2016); Biohydrogen production in an anaerobic baffled stacking reactor: Recirculation strategy and substrate concentration effects; Biochemical Engineering Journal, Vol. 109, pp. 59–64 (ISI).

1. Ngoc Bao Dung Thi, Gopalakrishnan Kumar, Chiu-Yue Lin (2015); An overview of food waste management in developing countries: Current status and future perspective; Journal of Environmental Management, Vol. 157, pp. 220 – 229.

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