Dr. Tien-Chieh Hung

Position/Title: Director/Adjunct Assistant Professor
E-mail: thung@ucdavis.edu
Website: http://faculty.engineering.ucdavis.edu/hung

EDUCATION

Ph.D. Biological Systems Engineering, University of California-Davis, 6/12.
Dissertation: Biomimetic solid/fluid separation: theory and application.

M.S. Chemical Engineering, National Tsing Hua University, 6/03.
Thesis: The study of lipase immobilization using chitosan.

B.S. Chemical Engineering, National Central University, 6/01.

PAST and CURRENT INTERESTS

I have broad research interests and had been working on diverse topics such as enzyme immobilization, microbial fermentation, biofuel production, algae culture, photosynthetic microbial cells, pesticide and fertilizer formula and formulation, numerical simulation, and biomimetics.

Currently I am focusing on areas emphasis but not limited to aquacultural engineering, behavior of endangered Delta Smelt, culture techniques of threatened Longfin Smelt, and freshwater snails culture.

PUBLICATIONS

All published articles can be found on Google Scholar My Citations:
http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=Hw7B15MAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao

PATENTS

Crossflow filtration particle separator, US & WO Patent (US 20,150,143,784)

TEACHING

Water Quality Management for Aquaculture

Aquaculture Systems Engineering

Senior Projects

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