José Carlos Costa




Qualificações

  • 2008: Doutoramento em Engenharia Química e Biológica, Universidade do Minho
  • 2002: Licenciatura em Engenharia Biológica, Universidade do Minho

  • 2009 - 2014: Evaluation of different strategies for optimization of anaerobic digestion processes
  • 2004 - 2008: Supervision of transient anaerobic granular sludge process through quantitative image analysis and multivariate statistical techniques

Antigos Alunos de Investigação


Publicações Recentes

1
Biochemical methane potential of brewery by-products
  • Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy, (In Press), 2018
2
Response surface design to study the influence of inoculum, particle size and inoculum to substrate ratio on the methane production from Ulex sp.
  • Renewable Energy, 96, Part B, 1071-1077, 2016
3
Biohythane production from marine macroalgae Sargassum sp. coupling dark fermentation and anaerobic digestion
  • Bioresource Technology, 190, 251-256, 2015
4
Optimization of biogas production from Sargassum sp. using a design of experiments to assess the co-digestion with glycerol and waste frying oil
  • Bioresource Technology, 175, 480-485, 2015
5
Design of experiments to assess pre-treatment and co-digestion strategies that optimize biogas production from macroalgae Gracilaria vermiculophylla
  • Bioresource Technology, 162, 323-330, 2014
6
On the independence of hydrogen production from methanogenic suppressor in olive mill wastewater
  • International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 39(12), 6402-6406, 2014
7
Posttreatment of olive mill wastewater by immobilized TiO2 photocatalysis
  • Photochemistry and Photobiology, 89(3), 545-551, 2013
8
Quantitative image analysis for the characterization of microbial aggregates in biological wastewater treatment: a review
  • Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 20(9), 5887-5912, 2013
9
Biomethanation potential of macroalgae Ulva spp. and Gracilaria spp. and in co-digestion with waste activated sludge
  • Bioresource Technology, 114, 320-326, 2012
10
Thermochemical pre- and biological co-treatments to improve hydrolysis and methane production from poultry litter
  • Bioresource Technology, 111, 141-147, 2012
11
Effects of pre-treatment and bioaugmentation strategies on the anaerobic digestion of chicken feathers
  • Bioresource Technology, 120, 114-119, 2012
12
Anaerobic biodegradability of category 2 animal by-products: methane potential and inoculum source
  • Bioresource Technology, 124, 276-282, 2012
13
Evaluation of the biomethane potential of solid fish waste
  • Waste Management, 32(7), 1347-1352, 2012
14
Strategies for lipids and phenolics degradation in the anaerobic treatment of olive mill wastewater
  • Water Research, 46(6), 1684-1692, 2012
15
Inoculum acclimation to oleate promotes the conversion of olive mill wastewater to methane
  • Energy, 36(4), 2138-2141, 2011
16
A chemometric tool to monitor high-rate anaerobic granular sludge reactors during load and toxic disturbances
  • Biochemical Engineering Journal, 53(1), 38-43, 2010
17
Morphology and physiology of anaerobic granular sludge exposed to an organic solvent
  • Journal of Hazardous Materials, 167(1-3), 393-398, 2009
18
Principal component analysis and quantitative image analysis to predict effects of toxics in anaerobic granular sludge
  • Bioresource Technology, 100(3), 1180-1185, 2009
19
Advanced monitoring of high-rate anaerobic reactors through quantitative image analysis of granular sludge and multivariate statistical analysis
  • Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 102(2), 445-456, 2009
20
Inoculum type response to different pHs on bio-hydrogen production from L-arabinose a component of hemicellulosic biopolymers
  • International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 34(4), 1744-1751, 2009
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