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Biography
Prof. Jo-Shu Chang

Prof. Jo-Shu Chang

National Cheng Kung University, Chinese Taipei


Email: changjs@mail.ncku.edu.tw


Qualifications

1993 Ph.D., University of California, Chemical/Biochemical Engineering

1987 M.Sc., University of Colorado, Chemical Engineering

1983 B.Sc., Tunghai University, Chemical Engineering


Publications (Selected)

  1. Ho, S-H, Chen, C-Y, Lee, D-J, and Chang, J-S* (2011) Perspectives on Microalgal CO2-Emission Mitigation Systems – A review. Biotechnology Advances (published online: doi:10.1016/j.biotechadv.2010.11.001 ) [SCI; IF=8.25].
  2. De-Wei Chang, Meng-Ling Hsieh, Yan-Min Chen, Tsair-Fuh Lin, and Jo-Shu Chang (2011) Kinetics of Cell Lysis for Microcystis aeruginosa and Nitzschia palea in the Exposure to β-Cyclocitral. Journal of Hazardous Materials (published online: doi:10.1016/j.jhazmat. 2010.10.033). [SCI; IF=4.144].
  3. Chiu-Yue Lin, Shu-Yii Wu, Ping-Jei Lin, Jo-Shu Chang, Chun-Hsiung Hung, Kuo-Shing Lee, Chyi-How Lay, Chen-Yeon Chu, Chin-Hung Cheng, Alex C. Chang, Jou-Hsien Wu, Feng-Yuan Chang, Lee-Hao Yang, Chia-Wen Lee, Yi-Chun Lin. (2011) A pilot-scale high-rate biohydrogen production system with mixed microflora. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (doi:10.1016/j.ijhydene.2010.07.115) [SCI; IF=3.945].
  4. Cheng Y-L, Juang YC, Liao GY, Ho SH, Yeh KL, Chen CY, Chang, J-S, Liu JC, Lee DJ (2011) Dispersed Ozone Flotation of Chlorella vulgaris. Bioresource Technology (doi: 10.1016/j.biortech.2010.07.016). [SCI; IF=4.253].
  5. Wang H-Y, Bernarda, A, Huang, C-Y, Lee, D-J, and Chang, J-S (2011) Micro-sized Microbial Fuel Cell: A Mini-Review. Bioresource Technology 102(1): 235-243. [SCI; IF=4.253].
  6. Chen, C-Y, Yeh, K-L, Aisyah, R, Lee, D-J, and Chang, J-S* (2011) Cultivation, photobioreactor design and harvesting of microalgae for biodiesel production: A critical review. Bioresource Technology 102(1):71-81. [SCI; IF=4.253].3.
  7. Saratale, RG, Saratale, GD, Parshetti, GK, Chang, J-S*, and Govindwar, SP (2011) Bacterial decolorization and degradation of azo dyes: a review. Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers (doi:10.1016/j.jtice.2010.06.006). [SCI; IF=1.412].
  8. Cheng Y-L, Juang, Y-C, Tsai, P-W, Ho, S-H, Chen, C-Y. Chang, J-S, Chen, W-M, Liu, J-C, Lee, D-J (2011) Harvesting of Scenedesmus obliquus FSP-3 Using Dispersed Ozone Flotation. Bioresource Technology 102:82-87. [SCI; IF=4.253].
  9. Wu, K-J, Lo, Y-C, Chen, C-Y, Chen, S-D, Chen, W-M, Chang, J-S* (2011) Converting glycerol into hydrogen, ethanol and diols with Klebsiella sp. HE1 strain via anaerobic fermentation.Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers (doi:10.1016/j.jtice.2010.04.005). [SCI; IF=1.412].
  10. Lo, Y-C, Lu, W-C, Chen, W-M, and Chang, J-S* (2010) Characterization and production of xylanase from an indigenous cellulolytic bacterium Acinetobacter junii F6-02. Biochemical Engineering Journal 53:77-84 [SCI; IF=2.193].
  11. Ho, S-H, Chen, C-Y, Yeh, K-L, Chen, W-M, Lin C-Y, and Chang, J-S* (2010) Characterization of carbon dioxide biofixation ability of indigenous Scenedesmus obliquus isolates. Biochemical Engineering Journal 53:57-62 [SCI; IF=2.193].
  12. Wang H-M, Pan J-L, Chiu C-C, Chen C-Y, Chang, J-S* (2010) Identification of anti-lung cancer extract from Chlorella vulgaris C-C by antioxidant property using supercritical carbon dioxide extraction. Process Biochemistry 45:1865-1872 [SCI; IF=2.444].
  13. Chiu-Yue Lin, Shu-Yii Wu, Ping-Jei Lin, Jo-Shu Chang, Chun-Hsiung Hung, Kuo-Shing Lee, Feng-Yuan Chang, Chen-Yeon Chu, Chin-Hung Cheng, Chyi-How Lay, Alex C Chang (2010) Pilot-scale hydrogen fermentation system start-up performance. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 35:13452–13457 [SCI; IF=3.945].
  14. Chen, C-Y, Yeh, K-L, Lo, Y-C, Wang, H-M, and Chang, J-S* (2010) Engineering strategies for the enhanced photo-H2 production using effluents of dark fermentation processes as substrate.International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 35:13356-13364 [SCI; IF=3.945].
  15. Saratale, R. G. Saratale, G. D., Govindwar, S. P., and Chang, J. S.* (2010) Decolorization and biodegradation of reactive dyes and dye wastewater by a developed bacterial consortium.Biodegradation 21(6):999-1015 [SCI; IF=1.873].