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Jean-Philippe Steyer focuses on Anaerobic digestion, Biogas, Biomass, Waste management and Biofuel. His Anaerobic digestion research incorporates elements of Biodegradation, Chemical oxygen demand, Sewage treatment and Pulp and paper industry. His research in Biogas focuses on subjects like Municipal solid waste, which are connected to Waste treatment, Infrared spectroscopy and Sample preparation.
His Biomass research includes elements of Food science, Environmental engineering and Botany. His work in the fields of Food waste overlaps with other areas such as Information engineering. His work on Bioenergy is typically connected to Life-cycle assessment as part of general Biofuel study, connecting several disciplines of science.
Jean-Philippe Steyer mainly investigates Anaerobic digestion, Waste management, Pulp and paper industry, Biomass and Biogas. The various areas that Jean-Philippe Steyer examines in his Anaerobic digestion study include Wastewater, Biofuel, Biodegradation and Sewage treatment. The Waste management study combines topics in areas such as Scientific method, Chlorella vulgaris and Digestion.
His study in Biomass is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Food science, Dark fermentation and Botany. Jean-Philippe Steyer interconnects Biohydrogen and Biochemistry in the investigation of issues within Food science. His research on Biogas frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Bioenergy.
Jean-Philippe Steyer mostly deals with Anaerobic digestion, Pulp and paper industry, Biogas, Biomass and Wastewater. His studies deal with areas such as Waste management, Municipal solid waste, Food waste, Biodegradation and Biological system as well as Anaerobic digestion. His work in Pulp and paper industry tackles topics such as Raw material which are related to areas like Digestate.
Jean-Philippe Steyer works mostly in the field of Biogas, limiting it down to topics relating to Methane and, in certain cases, Bioreactor, as a part of the same area of interest. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cyanobacteria and Flocculation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Effluent and Sewage treatment in addition to Wastewater.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Anaerobic digestion, Pulp and paper industry, Biogas, Waste management and Wastewater. His research in Anaerobic digestion is mostly focused on Methanosarcina. His work carried out in the field of Pulp and paper industry brings together such families of science as Fermentation, Municipal solid waste, Biohydrogen, Dark fermentation and Ammonia.
His Biogas study incorporates themes from Methanogen and Methane. His study looks at the intersection of Waste management and topics like Mesophile with Digestion and Thermophile. Jean-Philippe Steyer has researched Wastewater in several fields, including Biomass, Nutrient, Reuse and Sewage treatment.
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Life-cycle assessment of biodiesel production from microalgae.
Laurent Lardon;Arnaud Hélias;Bruno Sialve;Jean-Philippe Steyer.
Environmental Science & Technology (2009)
Pretreatment methods to improve sludge anaerobic degradability: a review.
H. Carrère;C. Dumas;A. Battimelli;D.J. Batstone.
Journal of Hazardous Materials (2010)
Hydrogen production from agricultural waste by dark fermentation: A review
Xin Mei Guo;Eric Trably;Eric Latrille;Hélène Carrère.
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (2010)
Dynamical model development and parameter identification for an anaerobic wastewater treatment process
Olivier Bernard;Zakaria Hadj-Sadok;Denis Dochain;Antoine Genovesi.
Biotechnology and Bioengineering (2001)
Life-cycle assessment of microalgae culture coupled to biogas production.
Pierre Collet;Arnaud Hélias;Laurent Lardon;Monique Ras.
Bioresource Technology (2011)
Experimental study on a coupled process of production and anaerobic digestion of Chlorella vulgaris
Monique Ras;Laurent Lardon;Sialve Bruno;Nicolas Bernet.
Bioresource Technology (2011)
Total solids content drives high solid anaerobic digestion via mass transfer limitation.
Amel Abbassi-Guendouz;Doris Brockmann;Eric Trably;Claire Dumas.
Bioresource Technology (2012)
Lignocellulosic Materials Into Biohydrogen and Biomethane: Impact of Structural Features and Pretreatment
Florian Monlau;Abdellatif Barakat;Eric Trably;Claire Dumas.
Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology (2013)
Do furanic and phenolic compounds of lignocellulosic and algae biomass hydrolyzate inhibit anaerobic mixed cultures? A comprehensive review.
F. Monlau;F. Monlau;C. Sambusiti;C. Sambusiti;Abdellatif Barakat;Marianne Quemeneur;Marianne Quemeneur.
Biotechnology Advances (2014)
Temperature effect on microalgae: a crucial factor for outdoor production
Monique Ras;Monique Ras;Jean-Philippe Steyer;Olivier Bernard.
Reviews in Environmental Science and Bio/technology (2013)
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