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Guang-Hao CHEN (陳光浩) DEng , Kyoto University

Chair Professor

Email: ceghchen@ust.hk
Homepage: http://ceghchen.people.ust.hk
RESEARCH INTERESTS:

Novel biological wastewater treatment; new waste resource recovery; digitization of wastewater/sludge treatment; sewer network modelling and application; scale up engineering study.  

RESEARCH PROJECTS:

  • Sustainable Sulfur conversion wastewater treatment processes – Woody Wu, Tianwei Hao, and Guang-Hao CHEN

  • SANI process optimization, demonstration, and application –Demonstration - Woody Wu, Allen Leung, YW Ha, Bo Wang, and Guang-Hao CHEN

  • Sludge odor control and new resource recovery – Tianwei Hao and Guang-Hao CHEN

  • Scale-up of self-forming dynamic membrane bioreactor (SFMBR)– Dai Ji and Guang-Hao CHEN

  • Total Municipal Organic Waste Management by integrating Food Waste Disposal And Sewage Treatment (MOW-FAST) - Guang-Hao CHEN, T Zhang (HKU), J. Wang (HKBU), and G. Ekama (UCT)

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS:
  • L. Chen, T.-H. Tsui, G. A. Ekama, H. R. Mackey, T. W. Hao, and G. H. Chen. (2018). Development of biochemical sulfide potential (BSP) test for sulfidogenic biotechnology application. Water Research, 135, pp.231-240.

  • D. Guan, J. Dai, Y. Watanabe and G. H. Chen (2018).  The Change of Physical Properties of Dynamic Layer and Its Correlation with Permeate Quality in Self-forming Dynamic Membrane Bio-reactor.  Water Research, 140, 67-76.

  • Li, X., Luo, J., Guo, G., Mackey, H. R., Hao, T., & Chen, G. H. (2017). Seawater-based wastewater accelerates development of aerobic granular sludge: a laboratory proof-of-concept. Water Research, 115, 210-219.

  • Y. Y. Wei, J. Dai, H. R. Mcaky, and G. H. Chen (2017).  The feasibility study of autotrophic denitrification with solid iron sludge produced for sulfide control. Water Research,  122, pp.226-233.

  • Wu, D., Ekama, G. A., Chui, H. K., Wang, B., Cui, Y. X., Hao, T. W. & Chen, G. H. (2016). Large-scale demonstration of the sulfate reduction autotrophic denitrification nitrification integrated (SANI®) process in saline sewage treatment. Water Research, 100, 496-507.

  • Tsui, T. W. Hao, and G. H. Chen (2016). A super high-rate sulfedogenic system for saline wastewater treatment.  Water Research, 104, pp.147-155. 

  • Hao, T., Luo, J., Wei, L., Mackey, H. R., Liu, R., Morito, G. R., & Chen, G. H. (2015). Physicochemical and biological characterization of long-term operated sulfate reducing granular sludge in the SANI® process. Water Research, 71, 74-84.

  • Hao, T. W., Xiang, P. Y., Mackey, H. R., Chi, K., Lu, H., Chui, H. K., & Chen, G. H. (2014). A review of biological sulfate conversions in wastewater treatment. Water Research, 65, 1-21.

  • W. T. Tang, J. Dai, R. L. Liu, and G. H. Chen (2015). Microbial ureolysis in SUPR: kinetic study and reactor verification. Water Research, 87, pp.10-19.

  • Luo, J., Hao, T., Wei, L., Mackey, H. R., Lin, Z., & Chen, G. H. (2014). Impact of influent COD/N ratio on disintegration of aerobic granular sludge. Water Research, 62, 127-135.

  • Wu, D., Ekama, G. A., Wang, H. G., Wei, L., Lu, H., Chui, H. K., & Chen, G. H. (2014). Simultaneous nitrogen and phosphorus removal in the sulfur cycle-associated Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal (EBPR) process. Water Research, 49, 251-264.

  • H. Lu, D. Wu, F. Jiang, G. A. Ekama, M. C. M., van Loosdrecht and G. H Chen (2012). The demonstration of a novel sulfur cycle-based wastewater treatment process: Sulfate reduction, autotrophic denitrification, and nitrification integrated (SANI®) biological nitrogen removal process. Biotechnology & Bioengineering, 109, pp.2778-2789.

  • T. W. Hao, L. Wei, H. Lu, H. K. Chui, H. R. Mackey, M. C. M van Loosdrecht, and G. H. Chen (2013). Characterization of sulfate reducing granular sludge in the SANI process.  Water Research, 47(19), pp.7042-7052. 

  • D. Wu, G. Ekama, H. Lu, H. K. Chui, W. T. Liu, D. Brdjonovic, M. C. M. van Loosdrecht and G. H. Chen (2013). A new biological phosprorus removal process in association of sulfur cycle. Water Research, 47(9), pp.3057-3069.

  • Lu H., Ekama G. A, Wu D., van Loosdrecht M. C. M. and G. H. Chen (2012). SANI process realizes sustainable saline sewage treatment for saline water supply: steady-state model-based evaluation of pilot scale trial of the process. Water Research, 46(2), pp.475-490.

  • H. Lu, D. Wu, F. Jiang, G. A. Ekama, M. C. M., van Loosdrecht and G. H Chen (2012). The demonstration of a novel sulfur cycle-based wastewater treatment process: Sulfate reduction, autotrophic denitrification, and nitrification integrated (SANI®) biological nitrogen removal process. Biotechnology & Bioengineering, 109, pp.2778-2789.

  • R. W. K. Leung, D. C. H. Li, W. K. Yu, H. K. Chui, T. O. Lee, M. C. M. van Loosdrecht and G. H. Chen (2011).. Integration of seawater and grey water reuse to maximize alternative water resource for coastal Areas: The Case of the Hong Kong International Airport. Water Science & Technology, 65(3), pp.410-417.

  • Wang, J., Lu, H., Chen, G. H., Lau, G. N., Tsang, W. L., & van Loosdrecht, M. C. (2009). A novel sulfate reduction, autotrophic denitrification, nitrification integrated (SANI) process for saline wastewater treatment. Water Research, 43(9), 2363-2372.

  • F. Jiang, D. H. W. Leung, S. Y. Li, G. H. Chen,  S. Okabe and M. C. M. van Loosdrecht (2009). A biofilm model for prediction of pollutant transformation in sewers.  Water Research, 43(13), pp.3187-3198. 

  • H. L. S. Tam, D. T. W. Tang, K R Sharma and G. H. Chen (2006). A pilot study for wastewater reclamation and reuse with MBR/RO and MF/RO systems. Desalination. 202 (1-3), pp.106-113 (IF=3.756).

  • Saby, S., Djafer, M., & Chen, G. H. (2003). Effect of low ORP in anoxic sludge zone on excess sludge production in oxic-settling-anoxic activated sludge process. Water Research, 37(1), 11-20.

  • Chen, G. H., Wong, M. T., Okabe, S., & Watanabe, Y. (2003). Dynamic response of nitrifying activated sludge batch culture to increased chloride concentration. Water Research, 37(13), 3125-3135.

  • Chen, G. H., An, K. J., Saby, S., Brois, E., & Djafer, M. (2003). Possible cause of excess sludge reduction in an oxic-settling-anaerobic activated sludge process (OSA process). Water Research, 37(16), 3855-3866.

  • Chen, G. H., Mo, H. K., & Liu, Y. (2002). Utilization of a metabolic uncoupler, 3, 3, 4, 5-tetrachlorosalicylanilide (TCS) to reduce sludge growth in activated sludge culture. Water Research, 36(8), 2077-2083.

  • Saby, S., Djafer, M., & Chen, G. H. (2002). Feasibility of using a chlorination step to reduce excess sludge in activated sludge process. Water Research, 36(3), 656-666.

 
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