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Prof. Sheng-Jie You


Ph.D., Environ. Eng., National Central University

Current Positions:

Professor, Dept. of Bioenviron. Eng., Chung Yuan Christian      
University, Taiwan (2009.08~)

Honors and Awards:

Outstanding Research Award, CYCU (2011)

Academic Award, Annual Congress of Chinese Institute of Environmental Engineering,

Taipei (2008)
Best Paper Award, Taiwan Water Environmental Association (2002, 2006)

Professional Speciality

Membrane Bioreactor

Wastewater Nutrient Removal Process

Water and Wastewater Treatments


Research Fields

Membrane Bioreactor: 

In this topic, we using Membrane Bioreactor by combining the microfiltration membrane (developed by R&D center for membrane technology of CYCU) and traditional activated sludge to treat the pharmacia wastewater, textile dyeing wastewater, municipal wastewater and groundwater.


Wastewater Nutrient Removal Process: 

In the present, we develop two different kinds of nutrient removal processes, i.e. sequencing batch membrane bioreactor and combined biofilm-activated sludge process, to treat municipal wastewater.


Molecular Biotechnology: 

Several molecular biotechnologies, such as polymerase chain reaction (PCR), gene clone, denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE) and fluorescent in-situ hybridization (FISH), are using to identify environmental functional genes, such as amoA, nirS, nirK and phaA genes. In addition, the biofoulant on the MBR membrane are also identified by the above molecular biotechnologies

Potential Applications of Research

Membrane Bioreactor

Biodegradation of Persistent Organic Pollutants

Environmental Microorganisms’ Genes Screening

Wastewater Nutrient Removal Processes

Selected Publications:

Tampubolon R., Semblante G., You S.J.*, and Lin Y.F. (2014) Application of magneticγ-Fe2O3 to reduce membrane fouling. Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers. 45 (2), 317-324.

Semblanteab G., Tampubolon R., You S. J.*, Lin Y.F., Chang T.C., and Yen F.C. (2013 May) Fouling reduction in membrane reactor through magnetic particles. Journal of Membrane Science435, 62-70.

You S. J.*, Semblanteab G., Lu S. C., Damodara R., Wei T. C. (2012 Oct) Evaluation of the antifouling and photocatalytic properties of poly(vinylidene fluoride) plasma-grafted poly(acrylic acid) membrane with self-assembled TiO2. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 237(1-3), 10-19.

Ou S. H., You S.J.*, Chang W.Y. and Damodar R. (2011 June) Effects of sludge retention time on sludge properties and membrane fouling of different hydrophobic PTFE membranes. Desalination and Water Treatment, 30, 105-113.

Damodar R., and You S. J.* (2010 January 29) Performance of an integrated membrane photocatalytic reactor for the removal of Reactive Black 5. Separation and Purification Technology, 71(1), 44-49.

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