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Jun Wang

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Background

I am a graduate student in Dr.Curtis group (since March 2012). I finished my B.S. in Chemical Engineering (ChE) from Tianjin University, Tianjin, China in 2008 and M.S. in ChE from University of South Carolina in Columbia, SC in 2010.
Projects:

My project focus on developing a model based process control system for high density algae culture. This includes studying of algae behavior, control system programming, reactor design and sensor design. Currently, most of my efforts are spent on pH control issues. We are building a stoichiometric balanced feeding strategy that could stabilize algae culture’s pH by simultaneously varying the feeding nutrients, which is evaluated based on our stoichiometric growth model and online sensor reading.

Publications/Presentations

Presentations/Posters
Jun Wang. Metabolism-Based Feed Forward pH Control of High-Density Microalgae Cultivation, Biomass 2014: Growing the Future Bioeconomy, Washington, DC, July 29-30, 2014.

Jun Wang, Benjamin Geveke, Ryan Johnson and Wayne R. Curtis. Feed-Forward Control of Dynamic High-Density Microalgae Cultures Using Model Based Predictive pH Control and a Novel Biomass Sensor. 2013 AIChE Annual meeting, November 3-8, 2013. San Francisco, CA. (Oral presentation)

Publications
Proton stoichiometric imbalance during algae photosynthetic growth on various nitrogen sources: Towards metabolic pH control. Journal of Applied Phycology, Submitted 2014-10.

Pharmacokinetics of cisplatin implants in rabbit tongues, Anhui Medical and Pharmaceutical Journal, 2007.6, Vol. 11, No.6: 1409-1414

Study on Distribution of Cisplatin in rabbit after the Cisplatin-Implants Implanted into Rabbit Tongue, Chinese Pharmaceutical Journal, 2007.9, Vol. 42, No.18: 487-489

Behavior of Cisplatin Implants in Protein-denaturant Acetic acid, Journal of Chinese Pharmaceutical University, 2008, 39(3):214-217

Patents
Mixture and preparation method for curing malignant solid tumor.
China Patent # 101,433,716, May 30th, 2012


Contact Information

117 Fenske Laboratory,
Pennsylvania State University
University Park, PA 16802
E-mail: jvw5246@psu.edu
Phone: (803) 381 5826