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BSc Microbiology
MSc Biotechnology
PhD Microbial fuel cells

Publications

Boghani, H. C., Michie, I.S., Dinsdale, R.M., Guwy, A.J. and Premier, G.C, (2016) Control of microbial fuel cell voltage using a gain scheduling control. Journal of Power Sources 322(1): 106-115.
Premier, G.C., Michie, I., Boghani, H. C Kim, J.R. (2016) Reactor Design and Scale-Up in Microbial Electrochemical and Fuel Cells, pp.215-244. DOI: 10.1016/B978-1-78242-375-1.00007-1.
Popov AL, Michie IS, Kim JR, Dinsdale RM, Guwy AJ, Esteves SR, et al. Enrichment strategy for enhanced bioelectrochemical hydrogen production and the prevention of methanogenesis. Int J Hydrog Energy. (2016); 41:4120-31.
Michie, I. S., J. R. Kim, et al. (2014). “The influence of anodic helical design on fluid flow and bioelectrochemical performance.” Bioresource Technology 165(0): 13-20.
Boghani, H. C., G. Papaharalabos, et al. (2014). “Controlling for peak power extraction from microbial fuel cells can increase stack voltage and avoid cell reversal.” Journal of Power Sources 269(0): 363-369.
Fradler, K. R., I. Michie, et al. (2014). “Augmenting Microbial Fuel Cell power by coupling with Supported Liquid Membrane permeation for zinc recovery.” Water Research 55(0): 115-125.
Kaur, A., H. C. Boghani, et al. (2014). “Inhibition of methane production in microbial fuel cells: Operating strategies which select electrogens over methanogens.” Bioresource Technology 173(0): 75-81.
Kaur, A., S. Ibrahim, et al. (2014). “Anode modification to improve the performance of a microbial fuel cell volatile fatty acid biosensor.” Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 201(0): 266-273.
Michie, I.S., Kim, J.R., Dinsdale, R.M., Guwy, A.J. and Premier, G.C. (2013) Factors affecting microbial fuel cell acclimation and operation in temperate climates. Water Science and Technology 67(11), 2568-2575.
Kaur, A., Kim, J.R., Michie, I., Dinsdale, R.M., Guwy, A.J. and Premier, G.C. (2013) Microbial fuel cell type biosensor for specific volatile fatty acids using acclimated bacterial communities. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 47(0), 50-55.
Kim, J.R., Boghani, H.C., Amini, N., Aguey-Zinsou, K.-F.O., Michie, I., Dinsdale, R.M., Guwy, A.J., Guo, Z.X. and Premier, G.C. (2012) Porous anodes with helical flow pathways in bioelectrochemical systems: The effects of fluid dynamics and operating regimes. J. Power Sources 213(0), 382-390.
Michie, I. S., J. R. Kim, et al. (2011). “Operational temperature regulates anodic biofilm growth and the development of electrogenic activity.” Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 92(2): 419-430.
Michie, I. S., J. R. Kim, et al. (2011). “The influence of psychrophilic and mesophilic start-up temperature on microbial fuel cell system performance.” Energy & Environmental Science 4(3): 1011-1019.
Premier, G.C., Kim, J.R., Michie, I., Dinsdale, R.M. and Guwy, A.J. (2011) Automatic control of load increases power and efficiency in a microbial fuel cell. J. Power Sources 196(4), 2013-2019.

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