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The 2006 Asian Bio-Hydrogen Symposium (Nov. 21, 2006)

Characterization of Soluble Hydrogenase from Purple Sulfur Bacterium Thiocapsa roseopersicina and its Prolonged In Vitro Hydrogen Evolution
Mi-Sun Kim, Eun-Hye Choi and You-Kwan Oh
Towards a Molecular Switch for Hydrogen Production
Sébastien Dementin, Valérie Belle, Stéphanie Champ, Patrick Bertrand, Bruno Guigliarelli , Antonio L. De Lacey, Victor M. Fernandez, Christophe Léger and Marc Rousset
Effect of Growth Conditions on the Hydrogen Production with Cyanobacteria Anabaena sp. CH3
Pei-Chung Chen, Shin-Huei Fan, Char-Lin Chiang and Chi-Mei Lee
Continuous Hydrogen Production of Auto-Aggregative Ethanoligenens Harbinense YUAN-3
Defeng Xing, Nanqi Ren, Aijie Wang, Yujie Feng, Fang Ma
Various Hydrogenases and Formate Dependent Hydrogen Production in Citrobacter amalonaticus Y19
Seohyoung Kim, Eunhee Seol, S. Mohan Raj and Sunghoon Park
HRT-Dependent Hydrogen Production and Bacterial Community Structure of Mixed Anaerobic Microflora in Suspended, Granular and Immobilized Sludge Systems Using Glucose as the Carbon Substrate
Shu-Yii Wu, Chun-Hsiung Hung, Chiu-Yue Lin, Ping-Jei Lin, Kuo-Shing Lee, Chi-Num Lin, Fang-Yuan Chang and Jo-Shu Chang
A Bioenergy Production Study for Mixed Substrate of Sludge from WTP and Wine-Processing Wastewater from Winery
Min-Ray Lin and Chih-Hsuan Tsneg
Biohydrogen Production with Anaerobic Fluidized Bed Reactors-A Comparison of Biofilm-Based and Granule-Based Systems
Zhen-Peng Zhang, Kuan-Yeow Show, Joo-Hwa Tay, David Tee Liang and Duu-Jong Lee
Start-up Strategy for Continuous Fermentative Hydrogen Production: Early Switchover from Batch to Continuous Operation
Dong-Hoon Kim, Sang-Hyoun Kim and Hang-Sik Shin
Optimization of Hydrogen Production by Hyperthermophilic 102Eubacteria, Thermotoga Maritima and Thermotoga Neapolitana in Bat108ch Fermentation
Tam A121nh D. Nguyen, Jun Pyo Kim, Mi Sun Kim, You Kwan Oh and Sang Jun 130Sim
Development143 of Compact Stacked Flatbed Reactor with Immobilized High Density Bacteria for Hydrogen Production
Mitsuyoshi Ishikawa, Shohei Yamamura, Yuzuru Takamura, Koji Sode, Eiichi Tamiya, Masamitsu Tomiyama
Performance Evaluation for Anaerobic Hydrogen Fermentation Process Treating Kitchen Waste
Shiue-Lin Li, Shih-Chiang Kuo, Jian-Sheng Lin, Ze Kun Lee, Yu Hsuan Wang and Sheng-Shung Cheng
Recovery Potential of Hydrogen from Industrial Wastewater in
Ming-Der Bai, Chia-Jung Hsiao, Wen-Chang Lu and Hom-Ti Lee
Exploring Optimal Environmental Factors for Fermentative Hydrogen Production from Starch Using Mixed Anaerobic Microflora
Kuo-Shing Lee, Yao-Fong Shi, Yung-Chung Lo, Ping-Jei Lin, Chiu-Yue Lin and Jo-Shu Chang
Metabolic-Flux Analysis of Hydrogen Production Pathway in Citrobacter amalonaticus Y19
You-Kwan Oh, Heung-Joo Kim, Sunghoon Park, Mi-Sun Kim and Dewey D. Y. Ryu
Molecular Monitoring of Microbes in A Continuous Hydrogen-Producing System With Different HRT
Jui-Jen Chang, Jou-Hsien Wu, Kuo-Yen Hung, Fu-Shyan Wen, Chin-Lang Hsiao, Chiu-Yue Lin and Chieh-Chen Huang
Application of Clostridium-specific PCR primers on the analysis of dark fermentation hydrogen producing bacterial community
Chun-Hsiung Hung, Ching-Heng Chen, Lu-Hsiu Cheng, Chi-Ming Liang and Chiu-Yue Lin
Hydrogen Economy in Taiwan and Biohydrogen
Duu-Hwa Lee and Duu-Jong Lee
Overview of a Bio-Hydrogen Project Funded by MAFF Microbial/Biochemical Energy Conversion
Masamitsu Tomiyama, Yasuo Asada, Yutaka Mitani, Yutaka Nakashimada, Naomichi Nishio, Eiichi Tamyia, Tetsuo Hiraga and Koji Sode
Fermentative Hydrogen Production at High Sulfate Concentration
Chin-Chao Chen, Hong-Pin Chen, Jou-Hsien Wu and Chiu-Yue Lin
Optimizing Circuit Parameters of the BioHydrogen Real Time Power Generating System by Genetic Algorithm
Sy Ruen Huang, Chiu-Yue Lin, Shun Tsai Liu, Liang Chieh Lin, Chueh Cheng Wu and Shin Joe Yun
Carbon-film Modified 304 Stainless Steels as PEMFC Bipolar Plate
Chih-Yeh Chung, Po-Jen Chu, Shi-Kun Chen, Tse-Hao Ko, Sy-Ruen Hung and Chiu-Yue Lin
Pilot Study of the Influence of Stirring and pH on Anaerobes Converting High-Solid Organic Wastes to Hydrogen
Chia-Hung Chou, Cheng-Wei Wang and Jiunn-Jyi Lay

Hydrogen Production by Continuous Cultures of Escherchia coli under Different Nutrient Regimes
Jonathan Turcot, Ariane Bisaillon and Patrick C. Hallenbeck
Département de microbiologie et immunologie, Université de Montréal, Québec, Canada
Influence of Iron Concentration on Bio-Hydrogen Production with Membrane Bioreactor by Anaerobic Mixed Microflora
Dong-Yeol Lee, You-Yu Li, Mi-Sun Kim, You-Kwan Oh and Tatsuya Noike
Woorhitech Co. Ltd., Daejeon, Korea
Molecular Hydrogen Production by Nitrogenase of Rhodobacter Sphaeroides and by Fe-only Hydrogenase of Rhodospirillum Rubrum
Eui-Jin Kim, Moon-Kyu Leea, Mi-Sun Kim and Jeong K. Lee
Department of Life Science and Interdisciplinary Program of Integrated Biotechnology, Sogang University, Korea
Biological Hydrogen Production from Renewable Feedstocks by ThermophilicBacteria
A. E. Mars, T. de Vrije, M.A.W. Budde, M. Lai, and P.A.M. Claassen
Wageningen UR, Agrotechnology and Food Sciences Group (AFSG), Business Unit Biobased Products, The Netherlands
BioHydrogen Production from Sugars with Anaerobic Fermentation Processes Using Modern Systems Biological Approach at FCU and TUT
Chiu-Yue Lin & Jaakko A. Puhakka
Institute of Environmental Engineering and Biotechnology; Institute of Signal Processing, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
BioHydrogen Research in Thailand-Currents State and Future Prospects
Kazuhisa Miyamoto, Somrak Rodjaroen, Nirun Juntawong and Aparat Mahakhant
Osaka University Bangkok Center for Education and Research
Feasibility Study of Bio-Hydrogenation From Kitchen Waste Fermentation
Sheng-Shung Cheng, Shr-Chiang Kuo, Jian-Sheng Lin, Shiue-Lin Li, Wen-Chien Kuo, Wen-Ching Chen, Wen-Chin Chen and Shih-Jen Don
Department of Environmental Engineering, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan
Hydrogen-Productivity of Reactors of Anaerobic Hydrogen-Fermentation and Anaerobic Photohydrogenesis Being Connected In-series Under Various Operational Conditions
Min-Ray Lin , Wei-Cheng Hu and Sheng-Ta Yeh
Graduate Institute of Environmental Education, National Taichung University, Taichung, Taiwan
A Hydrogenic Study on Co-cultural Systems of Fermentative and Photosynthetic Bacteria under Various Operational Conditions
Min-Ray Lin, Sheng-Ta Yeh and Wei-Cheng Hu
Graduate Institute of Environmental Education, National Taichung University, Taichung, Taiwan
The Study of Hydrogen Productivity of Anaerobic Photo- hydrogenesis by Plug-Flow Reactors in Various Organic Loadings and Operational Conditions
Min-Ray Lin and You-Hwa Ji
Graduate Institute of Environmental Education, National Taichung University, Taichung, Taiwan
Detection and Isolation of Microbes in a Fermentative Hydrogen-Producing System
Yung-Tien Chen, Chin-Lang Hsiao, Jou-Hsien Wu, Jui-Jen Chang, Chieh-Chen Huang, Yueh-Teng Tsai, Chiu-Yue Lin, Fu-Shyan Wen
Department of Life Sciences, National Chung Hsing University, Taichung, Taiwan
Hydrogen Production from Corn Steep Liquor by Anaerobic Fermentation
Chiu-Yue Lin, Jou-Hsien Wu, Chin-Lang Hsiao, Chyi-How Lay, Wan-Ling Lin, Chung-Han Wu, Yi-Chun Lin, Yi-Chuan Chen and Chin-Chao Chen
BioHydrogen Laboratory, Department of Water Resource Engineering, Feng Chia University, Taichung, Taiwan
Biohydrogen Production from Preserved Fruits Soaking Solution
Chyi-How Lay, Chiu-Yue Lin, Chin-Chao Chen, How-Chih Lin, Chian-Yu Lin, and Chia-Wen Lee
Dept. of Environmental Engineering and Science, Feng Chia University, Taichung, Taiwan
Bioenergy Production from Rice Straw Waste Using an Anaerobic Fermentation System
Chin-Chao Chen, Chiu-Yue Lin, Chian-Yu Lin, Chyi-How Lay and Jou-Hsien Wu
Environmental Resources Laboratory, Department of Landscape Architecture, Chungchou Institute of Technology, Changhwa, Taiwan
Biohydrogen Production Using a Continuous Stirred Tank Reactor with Recycle
Chin-Chao Chen, Chia-Jung Tsai and Chiu-Yue Lin
Environmental Resources Laboratory, Department of Landscape Architecture, Chungchou Institute of Technology, Changhwa, Taiwan
Effects of Substrate Concentration and pH on Hydrogen Production from Starch Using Anaerobic Microflora
Feng-Yuan Chang, Yo-She Wu, Che-Han Liu, Che-Ben Hung, How-Chih Lin, Chao-Chih Chang and Chiu-Yue Lin
BioHydrogen Laboratory, Department of Environmental Engineering and Science, Feng Chia University, Taichung, Taiwan
In-Situ Infrared Study of CO2 Adsorption on SBA-15 Grafted with g-(Aminopropyl)triethoxysilane
Alex C. C. Chang
Chemical Engineering Department, Feng Chia University, Taichung, Taiwan
Bihydrogen Poduction from Xlose Uing Mxed Aaerobic Cltures with Dfferent Ractor Sstems
Chiu-Yue Lin, Ping-Jei Lin, Shu-Yii Wu, Chun-Hsiung Hung, Kuo-Shing Lee, Jo-Shu Chang and Fang-Yuan Chang
BioHydrogen Laboratory, Department of Environmental Engineering and Science, Feng Chia University, Taiwan
Improving Phototrophic Hydrogen Production of Rhodopseudomonas Palustris via Statistical Experimental Design and Optical-fiber illumination
Chun-Yen Chen and Jo-Shu Chang
Department of Chemical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan
Converting Starch into Hydrogen With a Two-stage Fermentation System
J-S Chang, Y-C Lo, T-Y Huang, J-F Wu
Department of Chemical Engineering, National Cheng Kung University, Tainan 701, Taiwan
Effects of Agitation Rate on Continuous Hydrogen Production from Starch Using an Agitated Granular Sludge Bed Bioreactor
Lee-Hao Yang, Ping-Jei Lin, Jo-Shu Chang, Chiu-Yue Lin, Kuo-Shing Lee
Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Feng Chia University, Taichung, Taiwan

The 2007 Asian Bio-Hydrogen Symposium (Nov. 11, 2007)

 Scientific Program

O1. Hydrogen production via the fermentation of lignocellulosic biomass
Rohit Datar, Jie Huang, Ali Mohagheghi, Esteban Chornet, Stefan Czernik, Pin-Ching Maness*
National Renewable Energy Laboratory (USA)
O2. Current status and novel approaches for improving fermentative biomass-derived H2-production through genetic engineering of microbial metabolism
Patrik R. Jones; Fujirebio Inc. (Japan)
O3. Biohydrogen production and microbial communities of acetate fed- bioelectrochemical cells (BEC) assisted by small amount of external power
Kyu-Jung Chae, Mi-Jin Choi, F. F. Ajayi, In S. Kim*
Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (Korea)
O4. A Study of bio-hydrogen based self-sufficient housing
Ming-jen Cheng, Shang-Yuan Chen*, Chiu-Yue Lin
Feng Chia University (Taiwan)
O5. Hydrogen evolution under photoheterotrophic and dark fermentative conditions by recombinant Rhodobacter sphaeroides containing the genes for fermentative pyruvate metabolism of Rhodospirillum rubrum
Eui-Jin Kima, Mi-Sun Kimb, Jeong K. Leea,*
aSogang University, bKorea Institute of Energy Research (Korea)
O6. Photobiological hydrogen production by Korean strains of unicellular nitrogen-fixing marine cyanobacteria
Jong Woo Park, Jae Man Kim, Na Ha, Wonho Yih*
Kunsan National University (Korea)
O7.Hydrogen production from acetate by photosynthetic bacteria
Yasuo Asadaa,*, Mitsutaka Ohsawaa, Yuichiro Nagaia, Katsuhiro Ishimia, Makoto Fukatsua, Akihiro Hidenob, Tatsuki Wakayamac, Jun Miyakeb
aNihon-University, bNational Research Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, cKansai Research Institute (Japan)
O8. Combining enzymatic hydrolysis and dark-photo fermentation processes for hydrogen production from starch feedstock: A feasibility study
Yung-Chung Loa, Shing-der Chena, Chun-Yen Chena, Tien-I Huanga, Chiu-Yue Linb, Jo-Shu Changa,*
aNational Cheng Kung University, bFeng Chia University (Taiwan)
O9. Optimizing pH and substrate concentration for fermentative hydrogen production from preserved fruits soaking solution
Chyi-How Laya, Chin-Chao Chenb, How-Chih Lina, Chian-Yu Lina, Chia-Wen Leea, Chiu-Yue Lina,*
aFeng Chia University, bChungchou Institute of Technology (Taiwan)
O10. The Role of Acid Incubation in Rapid Immobilization of Hydrogen-Producing Culture in Anaerobic Upflow Column Reactors
Zhen-Peng Zhanga,b, Kuan-Yeow Showc,*, Joo-Hwa Taya,b, David Tee Liangb, Duu-Jong Leed
aNanyang Technological University(Singapore,639798), bNanyang Technological University, (Singapore, 637723), cUniversity of Tunku Abdul Rahman,(Malaysia) dNational Taiwan University, Taipei 10617, (Taiwan)
O11. Modification of anaerobic hydrogen fermentation process with pH and temperature conditions
Sheng-Shung Cheng*, Ze-Kun Lee, Jian-Sheng Lin, Yu-Hsuan Wang, Pei-Chen Kuo, Shiue-Lin Li
Cheng Kung University (Taiwan)
O12.Hydrogen production by the hyperthermophilic eubacterium, Thermotoga neapolitana, using cellulose pretreated with ionic liquid
Tam-Anh D. Nguyena, Se Jong Hana, Jun Pyo Kima, Mi Sun Kimb, You Kwan Ohb, Sang Jun Sima,*
aSungkyunkwan University, bKorea Institute of Energy Research (Korea)
O13. Hydrodynamic properties by pressure fluctuation analysis in a dark fermentation biohydrogen reactor
Chen-Yeon Chu, Ying-Chih Wu, Shu-Yii Wu*, Chiu-Yue Lin, Alex C.-C. Chang
aFeng Chia University (Taiwan)
O14. Regulation of hydrogen production of Enterobacter aerogenes by external NADH and NAD
Chong Zhang, Kun Ma, Xin-Hui Xing*
Tsinghua University (China)
O15. Microbial community structure of a starch-feeding fermentative hydrogen production reactor operated under different incubation conditions
Chin-Hung Chenga, Chun-Hsiung Hunga,*, Pei-Yu Liaua, Chih-Ming Lianga, Lee-Hao Yangb, Ping-Jei Linb, Di-Wei Guana, Chiu-Yue Linb
aNational Chung-Hsing University, bFeng Chia University (Taiwan)
O16. Bioaugmented hydrogen production from microcrystalline cellulose and carboxymethyl cellulose using isolated cultures
Aijie Wanga, Nanqi Rena, Yinguen Shia, Duu-Jong Leea,b
aHarbin Institute of Technology (China), bNational Taiwan University (Taiwan)
O17. Bio-hydrogen production from hydrolysate of sugarcane bagasse by Clostridium butyricum  
Sakchai Pattraa, Suksaman Sangyokab, Alissara Reungsanga,*
aKhon Kaen University, bPibulsongkram Rajabhat University (Thailand)

P1. Dark fermentation of bio-hydrogen from corn stalk using anaerobic microbe with pre-treatments
Aijie Wang*, Lingfang Gao, Nanqi Ren*, Liang Xin
Harbin Institute of Technology (China)
P2. Analysis of low H2 production from acetate in a bio-electrochemically assisted microbial reactor (BEAMR)
Aijie Wang*, Wenzong Liu, Yunqing Zhang, Nanqi Ren*
Harbin Institute of Technology (China)
P3. The function exertion difference of Shewanella oneidensis MR-1 in MFCs and in BEAMR system
Aijie Wang*, Haoyi Cheng, Nanqi Ren*, Wenzong Liu
Harbin Institute of Technology (China)
P4. Hydrogen production by combining two types of photosynthetic bacteria immobilized with the double-layered agar
Akihiro Hidenoa, Toshihiro Sugitatea, Katsuhiro Ishimib, Toshihiko Kondoc, Tatsuki Wakayamad, Jun Miyakea,*
aNational Research Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, bNihon - University, cNTT Corporation, dKansai Research Institute (Japan)
P5. Effects of operational conditions and characteristics of flocculation at hydrogen production by using immobilized bed bioreactor
Akira Sano*, Shigeharu Tanisho
Yokohama National University (Japan)
P6. Selection of alginate resolving bacteria for fermentative hydrogen production from brown alga
Atsushi Hongo*, Shigeharu Tanisho
Yokohama National University (Japan)
P7. Integration of PEMFC and trickling bed bioreactor for biological high-rate hydrogen production
Byung-Seung Jeona, Young Soon Uma, Sun-Mi Leea, Sang-Yeop Leea, Hyoung-Juhn Kima, Yong-Hwan Kimb, Man Bock Guc, Byoung-In Sanga,*
aKorea Institute of Science and Technology, bKwangwoon University, cKorea University (Korea)
P8. Converting waste yeast into hydrogen by co-culture of Clostridium beijerinckii L9, Clostridium butyricum M1, and Bacillus thermoamylovorans
Chia-Hung Choua, Jui-Jen Changc, Chang-Lung Hana, Chieh-Chen Huangc, Jiunn-Jyi Layb,*
aNational Kaohsiung First University of Science and Technology, bNational Kaohsiung First University of Science and Technology, cNational Chung Hsing University (Taiwan)
P9. Effects of seed thermal enrichment and initial cultivation pH on fermentative hydrogen production from rice straw
Chin-Chao Chena, Chiu-Yue Linb, Chian-Yu Linb, Chyi-How Layb, Jou-Hsien Wub
aChungchou Institute of Technology, bFeng Chia University (Taiwan)
P10. Fermentative conversion of biomass to hydrogen/ethanol using anaerobic cultures
Chiu-Yue Lina,*, Nanqi Renb
aFeng Chia University (Taiwan), bHarbin Institute of Technology (China)
P11. Effects of heating temperature and substrate concentration on hydrogen fermentation of food waste using intrinsic inoculum
Dong-Hoon Kima, Sang-Hyoun Kimb, Hang-Sik Shina,*
aKorea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (Korea), bIowa State University (USA)
P12. Effects of base-pretreatment on continuous enriched culture for hydrogen production from food waste
Sang-Hyoun Kim a,*, Hang-Sik Shin b
aIowa State University (USA), bKorea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (Korea)
P13. Analyses of hydrogen evolution by Rhodospirillum rubrum Fe-only hydrogenase and formate-hydrogen lyase through their heterologous expression in Rhodobacter sphaeroides
Eui-Jin Kima, Mi-Sun Kimb, and Jeong K. Leea,*
aKorea Institute of Energy Research, bSogang University (Korea)
P14. Comparison of hydrogen production capability of four different Enterobacteriaceae strains under growing and non-growing conditions
Eunhee Seol, Seohyoung Kim, S. Mohan Raj, Sunghoon Park*
Pusan National University (Korea)
P15. Effect of cofactors’ addition in growth phase and hydrogen production phase for enhancement of hydrogen production
Eun Ju Chung, Jong-Hwan Shin, Tai Hyun Park*
Seoul National University (Korea)
P16. Effect of molasses concentration on the yield and production rate of hydrogen by fermentation
Hikari Tanaka*, Shigeharu Tanisho
Yokohama National University (Japan)
P17. Functional analysis of FHL cluster of Enterobacter aerogenes and genetic knockout for enhanced hydrogen production
Hongxin Zhaoa, Kun Maa, Yuan Lua, Chong Zhanga, Brian Caliandob,Xinhui Xinga,*
aTsinghua University (China), bStanford University (USA)
P18. Enzymatic hydrogen production in photoelectrochemical system using anodized TiO2 photoelectrode
Eunjung Shim a,Younbong Park a, Sanghyun Bae b, Jaekyung Yoon c, Hyunku Joo c,*
a Chungnam National University b Yonsei University cKorea Institute of Energy Research, (Korea)
P19. Universal degenerate oligonucleotide primed-polymerase chain reaction for detection and amplification of NiFe-hydrogenase genes
Jaoon Y.H. Kim, Hee Jung Jung, Hyung Joon Cha*
Pohang University of Science and Technology (Korea)
P20. Generation of hydrogen by expression of hya operon, coding NiFe-hydrogenase 1 of Escherichia coli
Jaoon Y.H. Kim, Hyung Joon Cha*
Pohang University of Science and Technology (Korea)
P21. Optimization of key process variables for enhanced hydrogen production by Clostridium tyrobutyricum JM1 using statistical methods
Ji Hye Joa, Dae Sung Leeb,*, Donghee Park c, Jong Moon Parka,*
aPohang University of Science and Technology, bKyungpook National University (Korea)
P22. Isolation and molecular characterization of the putative hydrogenase gene of Clostridium tyrobutyricum
Ji Hye Joa, Dae Sung Leeb, Han-saem Choc, Young-Mi Kima, Jong Moon Parka,*
aPohang University of Science and Technology, bKyungpook National University (Korea)
P23. Hydrogen production from formic acid using harvested Enterobacter asburiae SNU-1
Jong-Hwan Shin, Jong Hyun Yoon, Eun Ju Chung, Tai Hyun Park*
Seoul National University
P24. Status of Current Hydrogen R&D Program in Korea
Jong-Won Kim, Moon-Sun Chung
Korea Institute of Energy Research(Korea)
P25. Co-culture of aerobic Bacillus and anaerobic Clostridium for bio-fuels and bio-hydrogen production
Jui-Jen Changa, Cheng-Yu Hoa, Wei-En Chena, Jiunn-Jyi Layb, Chieh-Chen Huanga,*
aNational Chung Hsing University, bNational Kaohsiung First University (Taiwan)
P26. Hydrogen production by Clostridium beijerinckii KCTC 1785 from food waste
Jung Kon Kim, Si Wouk Kim*
aChosun University (Korea)
P27. Effect of ferrous chloride on hydrogen production from starch by the strain HN001
Keigo Yasuda *, Shigeharu Tanisho
Yokohama National University (Japan)
P28. Biohydrogen production from different substrates in bioelectrochemical cells (BEC) assisted by exoelectrogens and external power
Mi-Jin Choi, Kyu-Jung Chae, F. F. Ajayi, In S. Kim*
Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (Korea)
P29. Enrichment of Hydrogen Producing Bacteria (HPB) by Acid Treatments in the Dark Fermentation Process
Myoung-joo Lee a , Hyun-sup Jang a, JiHyeon Song b,Sun-jin Hwang a
aKyunghee University (Korea), bSejong University (Korea)
P30. Cloning, expression, and molecular characterization of a novel bifunctional alcohol acetaldehyde dehydrogenase gene from a bio-hydrogen strain Ethanoligenens sp. hit B49
Nanqi Ren*, Hailong Lin, Ajie Wang, Kun Zhang, Guoxiang. Zheng
Harbin Institute of Technology (China)
P31. Bio-hydrogen production by mixed culture of photo-fermentation bacteria and dark-fermentation bacteria
Nanqi Ren*, Bing-Feng Liu, Jie Ding, Wen-Zong Liu, Ying Liu, Guo-Jun Xie
Harbin University of Technology (China)
P32. The characteristics of enhanced bio-hydrogen fermentation and liquid end products recovery using electrodialysis with bipolar membranes
Jing Tang, Nanqi Ren*
Harbin Institute of Technology (China)
P33. Biohydrogen production from starch by a newly isolated bacterium T. thermosaccharolyticum W16
Guangli Cao, Nanqi Ren, Wanqian Guo, Yuhong Zhu
Harbin institute of Technology (China)
P34. Design of Electrophoretically Deposited Microporous Layer/Catalysts Layer Composite Structure for Power Generation of Biohydrogen from Anaerobic Acidogenesis Process
Rong-Fuh Louh*,Alex C.C. Chang, Viruser Chen, Dale Wong
Feng Chia University (Taiwan)
P35. . Hydrogen productivity of Cassava pulp hydrolysate by mixed cultures: Effects of initial pH and substrate concentration
P. Phowan, A. Reungsang, P. Danvirutai*
Khon Kaen University (Thailand)
P36. Hydrogen and electricity production from a swine wastewater using fermentation and microbial fuel cell technologies
Sang-Eun Oh
Kangwon National University (Korea)
P37. Co-production of hydrogen and ethanol from glucose by metabolically engineered Escherichia coli
Seohyoung Kim, Eunhee Seol, S. Mohan Raj, Sunghoon Park*
Pusan National University (Korea)
P38. Two nitrogenase and a hydrogenase gene clusters that are identified by genome analysis of a bio-hydrogen producer, Rhodobacter sphaeroides KD131
Si-Kyu Lima, Sun-Ho Chaa, Sang-Jun Kima, Mi-Sun Kimb, Jeong-Kug Leec
aGenotech Co (Korea), bKorea Institute of Energy Research (Korea), cSogang University (Korea)
P39. Biohydrogen production from cassava starch manufacturing wastewater
Suksaman Sangyokaa, Alissara Reungsangb,*, Mallika Boonmeb, Tsuyoshi Imaid, Pawinee Chaipraserte
aRachjabhat Phibulsongkram University, bKhon Kaen University (Thailand), dYamaguchi University (Japan), eKing Mongkut’s University of Technology-Thonburi (Thailand)
P40. The application of fuzzy controller for fuel cell generating studies
Sy-Ruen Huang*, Chiu-Yue Lin, Chueh-Cheng Wu, Shin-Joe Yang
Feng Chia University (Taiwan)
P41. Microflora analysis on anaerobic hydrogen fermentation from food system wastes using bacteria rhizosphere origin as catalyst
Tetsuya Doia,*, Hisami Matsumotob, Jun Abea, Shigenori Moritaa
aThe University of Tokyo (Japan), bNishihara Environment Technology, Inc. (Japan)
P42. Improvement of hydrogen yield by disrupting the lactate dehydrogenase gene of Clostridium butyricum
Yosuke Hanai*, Shigeharu Tanisho
Yokohama National University (Japan)
P43. Metabolic redesign of Escherichia coli for high-yield hydrogen production
Young Mi Kim, Han-saem Cho, Ji Hye Jo, Gyoo Yeol Jung, Jong Moon Park*
Pohang University of Science and Technology (Korea)
P44. T-RFLP analysis to investigate the effect of carbon sources on the biohydrogen production
Yun-Jie Lee, Ji-Sung Kim, Sun-Mi Lee, Byoung-In Sang*
Korea Institute of Science and Technology (Korea)
P45. Microbial community analysis in the bioreactor for hydrogen production from food waste and waste anaerobic sludge
Yun-Jie Lee, Dong-Gun Kim, Ji-Sung Kim, Byoung-In Sang*
Korea Institute of Science and Technology (Korea)
P46. Bioelectrocataltyic hydrogen production using hydrogenase from purple sulfur bacterium Thiocapsa roseopersicina
You-Kwan Oh, Mi-Sun Kim*
Korea Institute of Energy Research (Korea)
P47. Thermophilic H2 production from Tofu wastes using a mixed culture
You-Kwan Oha, Dong-Yel Leeb, Mi-Sun Kima,*
aKorea Institute of Energy Research, bWoorhitech Co. (Korea)

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