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Joong Kon Park

Joong Kon Park Professor
B.S. 1979 Seoul National Univ., Chemical Eng. / M.S. 1981 "IST, Chemical Eng.
1988 Post-doctoral fellow in The University of Michigan
2007 Editor-in-Chief of NICE (News and Information for Chemical Engineers)
2008, 2010 Vice President of Korean Society of Biotechnol. and Bioeng
2009 Editor-in-Chief of Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering(SCIE)
Contact: Tel. +82-53-950-5621
Research Statement
The major topics of our present research work are the preparation of biopolymer (Bacterial cellulose (BC)), and Biofuels (Bio-ethanol). We focus on the strategies of enhanced BC productions for its commercializations and preparing BC composites with polymeric and nanomaterial for advanced biomedical applications. The practical biomedical applications of such biocomposites are planned in upcoming task. Bioethanol is prepared from waste materials in ecofriendly way though specifically designed fermenters.
Selected Publications
  • UI-Islam, M., Khattak, W., Ullah, M., Khan, S., , Synthesis of regenerated bacterial cellulose-zinc oxide nanocomposite films for biomedical applications, Cellulose, 21, 433.
  • UI-Islam, M., Shezad, A., Khan, S., Khattak, W., Ullah M, 2014, Antimicrobial and biocompatible properties of nanomaterial, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 14, 780.
  • Shah, N., Khattak, W., UI-Islam, M., , Overview of bacterial cellulose composites: a multipurpose advanced material, Carbohydrate Polymers, 98, 1585.
  • Development of unique biomedical bacterial cellulose sheet using the control of metabolic pathway and the fed-batch cultivation in static cultivation
  • Bio-ethanol production by the simultaneous saccharification and fermentation process using the waste from beer fermentation broth without additional enzyme and microbial cells
  • Method for Producing Bio-Ethanol Using Simultaneous Saccharification and Fermentation with the Supernatant of the Waste of Culture Broth, Korean Patent, 1010434430000 (2011. 6. 15)
  • Method for Producing Bacterial Cellulose Using the Media Containing Glucuronic Acid Oligomer, Korean Patent, 1011103350000 (2012. 1. 19)
Academic honors & awards
  • 2008, Korean Fédration of Science and Technology Societies
  • 2010, Excellent Biotechnology Researcher Award, Korean Society for Biotechnology and Bioengineering
  • 2013, Officially Commended by the President of South Korea