dr. lim swee su

pensyarah universiti

institut sel fuel (selfuel)

No. Telefon Rasmi :  0389118537

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UKM : 03 8921 5555



   Biografi/ Biography :

  • Swee Su expertise in microbial electrochemistry in particular on developing clean water and generating affordable and clean energy system using microbial electrochemical technologies.

  • mohd nur ikhmal salehmin, muhammad farhan hil me, wan ramli wan daud, nazlina haiza mohd yasin, mimi hani abu bakar, abu bakar sulong, swee su lim.  (2023).  construction of microbial electrodialysis cells equipped with internal proton migration pathways: enhancement of wastewater treatment, desalination, and hydrogen production.  - science of the total environment.  1-13. 

     

    swee su lim, jean-marie fontmorin, mohd nur ikhmal salehmin, yujie feng, keith scott, eileen hao yu.  (2022).  enhancing hydrogen production through anode fed-batch mode and controlled cell voltage in a microbial electrolysis cell fully catalysed by microorganisms.  - chemosphere.  1-13. 

     

    ang wei lun;lim swee su;ebrahim mahmoudi.  (2022).  sonoelectrochemical reactor with tunable ultrasound frequency and orientation for degrading persistent organic pollutants.  -

     

    swee su lim, jean-marie fontmorin, hai the pham, edward milner, peer mohamed abdul, keith scott, ian head, eileen hao yu.  (2021).  zinc removal and recovery from industrial wastewater with a microbial fuel cell: experimental investigation and theoretical prediction.  - science of the total environment.  1-16. 

     

    paniz izadi, jean-marie fontmorin, swee su lim, ian m. head, eileen h. yu.  (2021).  enhanced bio-production from co2 by microbial electrosynthesis (mes) with continuous operational mode.  - faraday discussions.  344-359. 

     

    mohd nur ikhmal salehmin, muhammad farhan hil me, wan ramli wan daud, nazlina haiza mohd yasin, mimi hani abu bakar, abu bakar sulong, swee su lim.  (2023).  construction of microbial electrodialysis cells equipped with internal proton migration pathways: enhancement of wastewater treatment, desalination, and hydrogen production.  - science of the total environment.  1-13. 

     

    swee su lim, jean-marie fontmorin, mohd nur ikhmal salehmin, yujie feng, keith scott, eileen hao yu.  (2022).  enhancing hydrogen production through anode fed-batch mode and controlled cell voltage in a microbial electrolysis cell fully catalysed by microorganisms.  - chemosphere.  1-13. 

     

    mohd nur ikhmal salehmin, swee su lim, ibdal satar, wan ramli wan daud.  (2021).  pushing microbial desalination cells towards field application: prevailing challenges, potential mitigation strategies, and future prospects.  - science of the total environment.  14348-14351. 

     

    swee su lim, jean-marie fontmorin, hai the pham, edward milner, peer mohamed abdul, keith scott, ian head, eileen hao yu.  (2021).  zinc removal and recovery from industrial wastewater with a microbial fuel cell: experimental investigation and theoretical prediction.  - science of the total environment.  1-16. 

     

    paniz izadi, jean-marie fontmorin, swee su lim, ian m. head, eileen h. yu.  (2021).  enhanced bio-production from co2 by microbial electrosynthesis (mes) with continuous operational mode.  - faraday discussions.  344-359. 

     

    su, l.s., md. jahim, j., shari, s.n., ismail, m., daud, w.r.w..  (2012).  development of microbial fuel cell for palm oil mill effluent treatment [pembangunan sel fuel mikrob untuk rawatan air sisa kilang sawit].  - sains malaysiana.  41(10):1253-1261. 

     

    mohd nur ikhmal salehmin, muhammad farhan hil me, wan ramli wan daud, nazlina haiza mohd yasin, mimi hani abu bakar, abu bakar sulong, swee su lim.  (2023).  construction of microbial electrodialysis cells equipped with internal proton migration pathways: enhancement of wastewater treatment, desalination, and hydrogen production.  - science of the total environment.  1-13. 

     

    swee su lim, jean-marie fontmorin, mohd nur ikhmal salehmin, yujie feng, keith scott, eileen hao yu.  (2022).  enhancing hydrogen production through anode fed-batch mode and controlled cell voltage in a microbial electrolysis cell fully catalysed by microorganisms.  - chemosphere.  1-13. 

     

    swee su lim, jean-marie fontmorin, hai the pham, edward milner, peer mohamed abdul, keith scott, ian head, eileen hao yu.  (2021).  zinc removal and recovery from industrial wastewater with a microbial fuel cell: experimental investigation and theoretical prediction.  - science of the total environment.  1-16. 

     

    paniz izadi, jean-marie fontmorin, swee su lim, ian m. head, eileen h. yu.  (2021).  enhanced bio-production from co2 by microbial electrosynthesis (mes) with continuous operational mode.  - faraday discussions.  344-359. 

     

    mohd nur ikhmal salehmin, swee su lim, ibdal satar, wan ramli wan daud.  (2021).  pushing microbial desalination cells towards field application: prevailing challenges, potential mitigation strategies, and future prospects.  - science of the total environment.  14348-14351. 

     

    daud, w.r.w., ghasemi, m., chong, p.s., jahim, j.md., lim, s.s., ismail, m..  (2011).  speek/pes composite membranes as an alternative for proton exchange membrane in microbial fuel cell (mfc).  - 2011 ieee 1st conference on clean energy and technology, cet 2011; kuala lumpur. 

     

    swee su lim, byung hong kim, da li, yujie feng, wan ramli wan daud, keith scott and eileen hao yu.  (2018).  microbial synthesis, gas-fermentation and bioelectroconversion of co2 and other gaseous streams.  - 19. 

     

    ang wei lun;lim swee su;ebrahim mahmoudi.  (2022).  sonoelectrochemical reactor with tunable ultrasound frequency and orientation for degrading persistent organic pollutants.  -

     

    mimi hani binti abu bakar;jamaliah binti md jahim;lim swee su;t. husaini;nazlina haiza binti mohd yasin.  (2021).  performance enhancement using immobilized encapsulated cell on aryl modified anode microbial fuel cell stack.  -

     

    jamaliah binti md jahim;siti zulikha binti hassan;lim swee su;kim byung hong.  (2018).  manipulation of electron metabolism of clostridium butyricum diverting hydrogen production to reduction of glycerol for 1,3 propanediol.  -