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报告人： 温志友 教授
Microalgae have been widely studied to remove nutrients from wastewater but the commercial implementation of open pond as a treatment system has not happened due to high operation cost and the large footprint of these systems. My research group developed a unique culture system so called revolving algal biofilm (RAB) for solving the above problems. The RAB system has been used for municipal wastewater and food industrial effluent with superior efficiency of removing nitrogen, phosphorus and special chemicals.
Dr. Zhiyou Wen is a Professor at Iowa State University. His background is bioprocessing engineering. He got his PhD degree from the university of Hong Kong, Postdoc training at Washington State University and Assistant Professor at Virginia Tech university before moving to Iowa State in 2010. Dr. Wen’s research focuses on microalgal wastewater treatment and value-added products, conversion of the lignocellulosic biomass to fuels and chemicals through a thermochemical-biological hybrid processing.