Yandi Lan


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Dr. Yandi Lan is currently an Assistant professor of Bioprocess engineering in the School of Biotechnology.
After receiving her Bachelor of Engineering in Materials Chemistry from China University of Geoscience, she carried out her research in a unit of French National Centre for Scientific Research (LGC, UMR 5503, Toulouse) from 2012 to 2017 and obtained her PhD in Process and Environmental Engineering from Paul Sabatier University in 2015. In 2017, she secured the Government of Ireland Postdoctoral Fellowship from Irish Research Council to continue her postdoctoral research in UCD School of Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering. To pursue the commercialization of the outcome materials and techniques, she has applied for funding and worked on an Enterprise Ireland Commercialization Fund project. She received the post of Assistant Professor of Bioprocess Engineering in the DCU School of Biotechnology in 2022.

She published 11 research articles including 9 first-author ones in leading journals, including Top 10 citations publications and one featured on the cover of a leading journal, Chemical Engineering Journal. She has been awarded research grants from IRC, CSC and EI to support her research activities.

Research Paper

Year Publication
2022 Yandi Lan, Christel Causserand, Laurie Barthe (2022) Practical insights into ultrasound-assisted heterogeneous Fenton membrane reactors for water treatment. RP [Link] https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jwpe.2021.102523

Peer Reviewed Journal

Year Publication
2021 Yandi Lan, Dishon Wayne Hiebner, Eoin Casey (2021) 'Self-assembly and regeneration strategy for mitigation of membrane biofouling by the exploitation of enzymatic nanoparticles'. Chemical Engineering Journal, 412 . [DOI]
2020 Yandi Lan, Laurie Barthe, Antonin Azais, Christel Causserand (2020) 'Feasibility of a heterogeneous Fenton membrane reactor containing a Fe-ZSM5 catalyst for pharmaceuticals degradation: Membrane fouling control and long-term stability'. Separation and Purification Technology, 231 . [Link]
2018 Yandi Lan, Karine Groenen-Serrano, Clémence Coetsier, Christel Causserand (2018) 'Nanofiltration performances after membrane bioreactor for hospital wastewater treatment: Fouling mechanisms and the quantitative link between stable fluxes and the water matrix'. Water Research, 146 :77-87. [Link]
2018 Yandi Lan, Clémence Coetsier, Christel Causserand, Karine Groenen Serrano (2018) 'An experimental and modelling study of the electrochemical oxidation of pharmaceuticals using a boron-doped diamond anode'. Chemical Engineering Journal, 333 :486-494. [Link] [DOI]
2017 YandiLan,ClémenceCoetsierChristelCausserandKarineGroenen Serrano (2017) 'On the role of salts for the treatment of wastewaters containing pharmaceuticals by electrochemical oxidation using a boron doped diamond anode'. Electrochimica Acta, 231 :309-318. [Link]
2017 Yandi Lan, Karine Groenen Serrano, Clémence Coetsier, Christel Causserand (2017) 'Fouling control using critical, threshold and limiting fluxes concepts for cross-flow NF of a complex matrix: Membrane BioReactor effluent'. JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE SCIENCE, 524 :288-298. [Link] [DOI]
2015 Yandi Lan, Clemence Coetsier, Christel Causserand, Karine Groenen Serrano (2015) 'Feasibility of Micropollutants Treatment by Coupling Nanofiltration and Electrochemical Oxidation: Case of Hospital Wastewater'. International Journal of Chemical Reactor Engineering, 13 (2):153-159. [Link] [DOI]

Other Journal

Year Publication
2012 Ronghong ZHANG, Yandi LAN, Xianhua PENG, Jing LIU (2012) 'Effect of solid solution and aging treatment on microstructure and hardness of 99.0 Au-0.8 Ti-0.2 Y alloy' Heat Treatment of Metals, . [Link]

Review Articles

Year Publication
2011 Ronghong ZHANG, Jingcheng Pei, Yandi LAN (2011) Study on the strengthening technology of 99.99% pure gold jewelry. REV [Link]
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Contract Researchers

Researcher Name Project Funding Body
Elio Alexandrovitch Anti-biofouling Stainless steel surfaces development by dopamine dip-coating