Grzegorz Pasternak
Grzegorz Pasternak
Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Chemistry
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Recycled waste polypropylene composite ceramic membranes for extended lifetime of microbial fuel cells
G Pasternak, N Ormeno-Cano, P Rutkowski
Chemical Engineering Journal, 130707, 2021
Effect of microbial fuel cell operation time on the disinfection efficacy of electrochemically synthesised catholyte from urine
I Merino-Jimenez, O Obata, G Pasternak, I Gajda, J Greenman, ...
Process Biochemistry 101, 294-303, 2021
Electrochemical approach for biogas upgrading
G Pasternak
Emerging Technologies and Biological Systems for Biogas Upgrading, 223-254, 2021
Biosurfactants and synthetic surfactants in bioelectrochemical systems: a mini-review
G Pasternak, TD Askitosari, MA Rosenbaum
Frontiers in microbiology 11, 358, 2020
Pee power urinal–Microbial Fuel Cell Technology for sanitation and electricity generation
I Ieropoulos, C Backman, J Greenman, I Gajda, I Merino-Jimenez, ...
Gates Open Res 3, 2019
Removal of Hepatitis B virus surface HBsAg and core HBcAg antigens using microbial fuel cells producing electricity from human urine
G Pasternak, J Greenman, I Ieropoulos
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-8, 2019
Fate of three bioluminescent pathogenic bacteria fed through a cascade of urine microbial fuel cells
I Ieropoulos, O Obata, G Pasternak, J Greenman
Journal of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology 46 (5), 587-599, 2019
Regenerated silk fibroin membranes as separators for transparent microbial fuel cells
G Pasternak, Y Yang, BB Santos, F Brunello, MM Hanczyc, A Motta
Bioelectrochemistry 126, 146-155, 2019
Novel method for detecting and quantifying phenol with transient response of glycolytic oscillations of synchronised yeast cells
G Pasternak, MM Hanczyc
Sensing and Bio-Sensing Research 22, 100259, 2019
A comprehensive study of custom-made ceramic separators for microbial fuel cells: towards “Living” bricks
J You, L Wallis, N Radisavljevic, G Pasternak, VM Sglavo, MM Hanczyc, ...
Energies 12 (21), 4071, 2019
Dynamic evolution of anodic biofilm when maturing under different external resistive loads in microbial fuel cells. Electrochemical perspective
G Pasternak, J Greenman, I Ieropoulos
Journal of power sources 400, 392-401, 2018
Miniaturized ceramic-based microbial fuel cell for efficient power generation from urine and stack development
I Gajda, A Stinchcombe, I Merino-Jimenez, G Pasternak, ...
Frontiers in Energy Research 6, 84, 2018
Self-powered, autonomous Biological Oxygen Demand biosensor for online water quality monitoring
G Pasternak, J Greenman, I Ieropoulos
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 244, 815-822, 2017
Urine disinfection and in situ pathogen killing using a Microbial Fuel Cell cascade system
I Ieropoulos, G Pasternak, J Greenman
PloS one 12 (5), e0176475, 2017
Towards a self-powered biosensors for environmental applications in remote, off-grid areas
G Pasternak, J Greenman, I Ieropoulos
Procedia technology 27, 8-9, 2017
An iTRAQ characterisation of the role of TolC during electron transfer from Shewanella oneidensis MR‐1
GJS Fowler, AG Pereira‐Medrano, S Jaffe, G Pasternak, TK Pham, ...
Proteomics 16 (21), 2764-2775, 2016
In-Situ Electrochemical Synthesis of a Potential Bacterial Killing Catholyte from Ceramic Microbial Fuel Cells Treating Urine
IM Jimenez, G Pasternak, I Gajda, J Greenman, I Ieropoulos
ECS Meeting Abstracts, 3238, 2016
Regeneration of the power performance of cathodes affected by biofouling
G Pasternak, J Greenman, I Ieropoulos
Applied energy 173, 431-437, 2016
The practical implementation of microbial fuel cell technology
JG I. Ieropoulos, J. Winfield, I. Gajda, A. Walter, G. Papaharalabos, I.M ...
Microbial Electrochemical and Fuel Cells, Fundamentals and Applications, 357–380, 2016
Pee power urinal–microbial fuel cell technology field trials in the context of sanitation
IA Ieropoulos, A Stinchcombe, I Gajda, S Forbes, I Merino-Jimenez, ...
Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology 2 (2), 336-343, 2016
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