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<br>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Biological Systems Engineering Department, Virginia Tech
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<br>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Deconstruction division, JBEI
<br>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Website: [http://www.xiaozhouzhang.com/tik/biofuels tik's world]
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Curriculum Vitae


            Noppadon Sathitsuksanoh (Tik)
            Deconstruction division, JBEI
            Website: tik's world
            E-mail:Nsathitsuksanoh@lbl.gov

Contents


Education

  1. Ph.D. (2011) in BioSystems Eng., Virginia Tech, VA
  2. M.S. (2007) Chemical Eng. & Applied Econ., Auburn University, AL
  3. M.S. (2003) Mechanical Eng., Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, IL
  4. B.S. (1999) Chemical Eng., Thammasat University, Thailand

Experience

  1. 11/2011-present Postdoctoral fellow, Joint BioEnergy Institute, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab.
  2. 01/2008-10/2011 Ph.D. candidate, BioSystems Eng., Virginia Tech. Productions of biofuels/bioproducts from herbaceous and woody biomass.
  3. 01/2007-09/2007 Lecturer, Economics Dept., Auburn University at Monbtgomery.
  4. 08/2003-09/2006 Research Assistant, Auburn University. Reforming liquid fuels (JP8) for production of H2 and fuel clean-up for 2kW PEMFCs
  5. 03/2001-08/2003 Research Assistant, Southern Illinois Univ.
  6. 02/1999-09/1999 Process Engineer,


Awards and Honors

  1. Institute for Critical Technology and Applied Sciences (ICTAS) Fellowship, Virginia Tech, 2008-present
  2. TFP scholarship, Graduate School, Virginia Tech, 2008, 2010, 2011
  3. University Fellowship, Auburn University, 2006-2007
  4. SIUC graduate school scholarship, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, 2000-2003
  5. Monbukagakusho (direct/research) scholarship, TIT, Japan, 1999


Professional Activities

Serve as reviewer for journals, Applied Surface Science, Bioresource Technology


Oral Presentations

  1. ACS 2011 Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA, March 27-31, 2011. Sathitsuksanoh N., Zhu ZG., Zhang YHP. Cellulose solvent-based biomass pretreatment: Concentrated phosphoric acid vs. ionic liquid.
  2. ACS 2011 Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA, March 27-31, 2011. Sathitsuksanoh N., Rollin J., Zhu ZG., Zhang YHP. Cellulose solvent-based biomass pretreatment: revisited


Poster Presentations

  1. The 32nd annual Symposium on Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals, Clearwater beach, FL, April 19-22, 2010. Sathitsuksanoh, N., Zhu Z., and, Zhang Y.H.-Percival, Multi-level evidences indicate that cellulose solvent-based pretreatment efficiently breaks the recalcitrance of switchgrass: crystallinity or accessibility?
  2. The 32nd annual Symposium on Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals, Clearwater beach, FL, April 19-22, 2010. Sathitsuksanoh, N., Zhu Z., Ye XH., and, Zhang Y.H.-Percival, Cellulose solvent-based biomass saccharification: phosphoric acid vs ionic liquid.
  3. The 32nd annual Symposium on Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals, Clearwater beach, FL, April 19-22, 2010. Zhu Z., Rollin J., Sathitsuksanoh, N., and, Zhang Y.H.-Percival, Quantitative determination of amorphous cellulose accessibility by using a novel non-hydrolytic fusion protein containing a CBM17 and a red fluorescent protein.


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