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"Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world" 
- Albert Einstein

Ms. Dung’s paper has been published

September, 2021: Ms. Dung’s paper, entitled "A portable soil microbial fuel cell for sensing soil water content," has been published on Measurement: Sensors(Elsevier)

Ms. Dung’s paper has been published
February, 2021: Ms. Dung’s paper, entitled "A Novel Design Portable Plugged-Type Soil Microbial Fuel Cell for Bioelectricity Generation" has been published on Energies

Three papers have been presented at AFM 2020
February, 2021: Three studies have been presented by Mr. Iwai (M2), Mr. Ito (M2), and Mr. Yamazumi (M1) at Advances in Functional Materials, Jeju, South Korea.

Congratulate Dr. Trang on his Best Oral Presentation Award at CPESE 2020

September, 2020: Dr. Trang has been awarded Best Oral Presentation Award for his excellent presentation at CPESE 2020. The presentation title was "Microbial Fuel Cell Performance Improvement Based on FliC-deficient E. Coli Strain".
Four papers have been presented at CPESE 2020

September, 2020: Four papers have been presented by Dr. Trang, Mr Iwai (M2) and Mr. Ito (M2) at the 7th International Conference on Power and Energy System Engineering (CPESE 2020)


Microbial fuel cells (MFCs) are emerging as promising green energy systems that utilize microorganisms to generate electricity by oxidation of organic substrates during the metabolic processes. The microorganisms can extract chemical energy from the substrate and convert it into electricity in the forms of electrons and protons along with some valuable byproducts such as gaseous fuels like hydrogen and methane.

Dye-sensitized solar cells (DSSCs) has attracted increasing attention due to the advantages of low-cost fabrication and simple production processes compared with the conventional silicon and thin-film solar cells. Generally, a DSSC consists of three components:  dye-sensitized photoanode made of photoresponsive semiconductor (TiO2) and dye sensitizer, redox electrolyte made of redox couple (I-/I3-), and catalytic counter electrode (Pt).

  • Portable and flexible metal-air batteries: paper-based types, gelation-electrolyte types, water-activated types.
  • Buckypaper based on carbon nanotubes and carbon fiber, which is thin, flexible, and high conductive.
  • Thermoelectricity based on low-cost materials.
  • Water-activated batteries based on activated carbon powder.
  • Hydrogen generation by water-splitting.