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2014

Logan, B.E. 2014. Microbial fuel cell technologies for renewable power and biofuels production from waste biomass. Invited- AEESP Distinguished Lecture Series. University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, November 5.

Logan, B.E. 2014. Microbial fuel cell technologies for renewable power and biofuels production from waste biomass. Invited- Clifford Randell Distinguished Lecture Series, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburgh, VA, November 14.

Logan, B.E. 2014. Microbial fuel cell technologies for renewable power and biofuels production from waste biomass. Invited- AEESP Distinguished Lecture Series. Howard University, Washington D.C, November 13.

Logan, B.E. 2014. Energy and water: Using reverse electrodialysis and capacitive mixing to extract energy from salinity gradients (or waste heat). Invited talk, Clarke Prize Conference on Research and Innovations in Urban Water Sustainability. Huntington Beach, CA, November 7.

Logan, B.E. 2014. Energy generation from water: Just add salt. Invited Lecture, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, November 6.

Logan, B.E. 2014. Microbial fuel cell technologies for renewable power and biofuels production from waste biomass.  Invited- AEESP Distinguished Lecture Series. University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, November 5.

Logan, B.E. 2014. Writing papers and choosing research topics.. Invited Seminar, Nankai University, Tianjin, China. October 13.

Logan, B.E. 2014. Microbial fuel cell technologies for renewable power and biofuels production from waste biomass. Invited- AEESP Distinguished Lecture Series. Nankai University, Tianjin, China. October 13.

Logan, B.E. 2014. Energy generation from water: Just add salt. Invited Seminar, Zhejiang University, Hongzhou, China, October 9.

Logan, B.E. 2014. Microbial fuel cell technologies for renewable power and biofuels production from waste biomass. Invited Seminar, Zhejiang University, Hongzhou, China, October 9.

Logan, B.E. 2014. Writing papers and choosing research topics. Invited Seminar, Zhejiang University, Hongzhou, China, October 8.

Logan, B. E. 2014. Increasing energy generation through capacitive mixing processes through surface modifications to improve capacitive materials, and the use of ionic fields to enhance electrode charging. Invited Keynote, 2nd International Conference on Salinity Gradient Energy, Leeuwarden, The Netherlands, September 10-12.

Logan, B.E. 2014. Effective wastewater treatment using microbial fuel cells and anaerobic fluidized membrane bioreactors (MFC-AFMBRs). Invited Keynote, 2nd EU-ISMET Conference, Alcala, Spain, Septeber 3-5.

Logan, B.E. 2014. Green and blue energy production using microbial fuel cell technologies and salinity gradients. Invited Keynote, Session on “Environmental Chemistry: 100 Years of Scientific Contribution for Safer and Sustainable Environment”, American Chemical Society Meeting, San Francisco, CA, August 11.

Logan, B.E. 2014. Analysis of exoelectrogenic and electrotrophic biofilms in microbial electrochemical technologies. Invited Keynote, IWA Leading-Edge Conference on Water and Wastewater Technologies, Abu Dhabi, UAE, May 26-30.

Logan, B.E. 2014. Microbial fuel cell and reverse electrodialysis technologies for renewable power generation from biomass and salinity gradients. Invited seminar, Texas A&M, College Station, TX, April 30.

Logan, B.E. 2014. Green and blue energy production using microbial fuel cell technologies and salinity gradients. Invited Plenay Presentation, Bioenergy symposium, University of Hong Kong, April 17.

Logan, B.E. 2014. Renewable power generation from salinity gradients and biomass. Invited Seminar, Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China, April 16.

Logan, B.E. 2014. Effective wastewater treatment using microbial fuel cells and anaerobic fluidized membrane bioreactors (MFC-AFMBRs).  Invited Seminar, Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China, April 15.

Logan, B.E. 2014. Renewable energy production using electroactive microorganisms, wastewaters, and a touch of salt. Invited talk, Evan Pugh Professors Luncheon, Penn State Univeristy, University Park, PA, April 8.

Logan, B.E. 2014. Microbial electrochemical technologies for energy production, nutrient recovery, and desalination. Invited talk. GCR Symposium, King Abdullah University of Science & Technology, Saudi Arabia, March 26– 27.

Logan, B.E. 2014. Microbial fuel cell and reverse electrodialysis technologies for renewable power generation from biomass and salinity gradients. Invited Keynote, 2nd Waterloo Conference on Sustainable technologies to treat organic wastes and wastewaters: the recovery of value-added products, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada, February 19, 2014.

Logan, B.E. 2014. Microbial fuel cell and reverse electrodialysis technologies for renewable power generation from biomass and salinity gradients. Invited seminar, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, January 6.

2013

Logan, B.E. 2013. Microbial fuel cell and reverse electrodialysis technologies for renewable power generation from biomass and salinity gradients. Invited seminar, University Catholique de Louvain, Belgium, December 4.

Logan, B.E. 2013. Microbial fuel cell and reverse electrodialysis technologies for renewable power generation from biomass and salinity gradients. Invited seminar, Univeriteit Antwerpen, Belgium, December 2.

Logan, B.E. 2013. Using exoelectrogenic and electrotrophic microorganisms with different microbial electrochemical technologies for electricity and biofuels production. Invited seminar, Instituto de Tecnologia Química e Biológica, Universidade Nova de Lisboa (ITQB-UNL), Portugal, November 29, 2013.

Logan, B.E. 2013. Factors affecting the performance of muti-electrode microbial fuel cells. Invited talk, Francqui Workshop on Microbial Fuel Cell Technologies, Ghent University, Belgium, November 22.

Logan, B.E. 2013. Energy production and pollution control using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited Keynote, International Conference on Environmental Simulation and Pollution Control, Tsinghua University, China, November 7.

Logan, B.E. 2013. Microbial fuel cell and reverse electrodialysis technologies for renewable power generation from biomass and salinity gradients. International Francqui Chair Inaugural Lecture, Ghent University, Belgium, October 16.

Logan, B.E. A Birds Eye View:  An overview of where we are, and what the future holds for larger-scale applications of microbial electrochemical technologies, Invited Plenary. Pres. 4th International Microbial Fuel Cell Conference, MFC 4, Cairnes, Australia, September 1-4.

Logan, B.E. and V. Lanas. 2013. Examination of brush anode sizes and packing densities on microbial fuel cell performance. Invited Talk, Pres. 4th International Microbial Fuel Cell Conference, MFC 4, Cairns, AU, September 1-4.

Logan, B.E. 2013. Energy from water: Microbial fuel cell technologies meet salinity gradient energy. Invited talk, Yale Energy Science Institute Symposium,Yale University, New Haven, CT, April 26.

Logan, B.E. 2013. Energy from water: Microbial fuel cell technologies meet salinity gradient energy. Invited seminar, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, April 12.

Logan, B.E. 2013. Microbial desalination cells (MDCs): Desalinating sea/brackish water while producing energy. Invited talk, 2013 AMTA/AWWA MTC Pre-conference workshop on low- and renewable energy trends in seawater/brackish water desalination, San Antonio, TX, February 25.

Logan, B.E. 2013. Extracting electrical energy from water. Scholarship and Research Ethics Brownbag Series, Office for Research Protections. Penn State University, February 20.

Logan, B.E. 2013. Energy from water: Microbial fuel cell technologies meet salinity gradient energy. Invited seminar, University of Houston, Houston, TX, February 14.

Logan, B.E. 2013. Energy from water: Microbial fuel cell technologies meet salinity gradient energy. Invited seminar, University of California, Santa Barbara, January 30.

Logan, B.E. 2013. Energy from water: Microbial fuel cell technologies meet salinity gradient energy. Invited seminar, Center for Environmental Implications of Nanotechnology (CEINT), Duke University, Durham, NC, January 24.

Logan, B.E. 2013. Designing microbial fuel cells for wastewater treatment. Invited keynote, Pacific Asia International Society of Microbial Electrochemical Technologies (PA-ISMET), Harbin Institute of Technology, China, January 14.

2012

Logan, B.E. 2010. Advice on choosing research topics and writing technical papers. Invited talk. Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, November 29.

Logan, B.E. 2012. Materials and designs of microbial fuel cells that can be used for wastewater treatment today! (And tomorrow…). Invited talk. Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China, November 28.

Logan, B.E. 2012. Advice on choosing research topics and writing technical papers. Invited talk. Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China, November 28.

Logan, B.E. 2012. Exoelectrogenic bacteria that drive bioelectricity production in different types of microbial electrochemical technologies. Invited talk.  Dept. Plant Pathology and Environmental Microbiology, Penn State University, November 12.

Logan, B.E. 2012. Microbial electrochemical technologies (METs) meet salinity gradient energy. Invited talk, Clarke Prize Conference, Newport Beach, CA, November 2.

Logan, B.E. 2012. Microbial fuel cells meet salinity gradient energy. Invited talk, Science Writers Workshop, CASW New Horizongs in Science, Raleigh, North Carolina, October 29.

Logan, B.E. 2012. Microbial fuel cells meet salinity gradient energy. Invited seminar. Water Desalination and Reuse Center Seminar Series, KAUST, Saudi Arabia, October 20.

Logan, B.E. 2012. Producing methane from electrical current generated using solar, wind or osmotic energy sources using methanogenic microorganisms. Invited talk. GCEP 10th Annual Research Symposium, Stanford, CA, October 11.

Logan, B.E. 2012. Materials and designs of microbial fuel cells that can be used for wastewater treatment today! (And tomorrow…). Invited Keynote, North American International Society of Microbial Electrochemical Technologies (NA-ISMET), Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, October 9.

Logan, B.E. 2012. Design and performance of microbial fuel cells for wastewater treatment. Invited Talk. Water Environment Federation Techical Meeting (WEFTEC), New Orleans, October 1.

Logan, B.E. 2012. Renewable energy production from biomass, heat, or salinity gradients using microbial fuel cells and osmotic energy systems. Invited Talk, Energy Conversion Meeting, University of Freiburg, July 13.

Logan, B.E. 2012. Microbial desalination cells (MDCs): Desalinating sea/brackish water while treating wastewater and producing energy. Invited talk, SIWW Workshop Clean, Green and Sustainable: Lower-Energy Desalination and Membrane Regeneration, Singapore, July 1.

Logan, B.E. 2012. Microbial electrochemical technologies (METs) meet salinity gradient energy. Invited talk, Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China, March 22.

Logan, B.E. 2012. Microbial electrochemical technologies (METs) meet salinity gradient energy. Invited talk,Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, March 20.

Logan, B.E. 2012. Bioelectrochemical systems for energy production and the generation of other value-added products. Invited seminar, Boston College, MA, March 13.

Logan, B.E. 2012. Bioelectrochemical systems for energy production and the generation of other value-added products. Invited seminar, Cambrian Innovations, Boston, MA, March 12.

Logan, B.E. 2012. Microbial electrochemical technologies for the production of electrical power, biofuels, and other value added products. Invited talk, Center for Electrochemistry at the University of Texas at Austin, Texas, February 11-12.

Logan, B.E. 2012. Bioelectrochemical systems for energy production and the generation of other value-added products. Invited seminar, John McClanahan Henske Distinguished Lecture in Chemical/Environmental Engineering, Yale University, February 8.

Logan, B.E. 2012. Bioelectrochemical technologies for addressing the water-energy nexus. Invited talk, KAUST Winter Enrichment Program (WEP), Saudi Arabia, February 21-11.

Logan, B.E. 2012. Bioelectrochemical systems for energy production and the generation of other value-added products. Invited talk, Rotary Club of State College Downtown, State College, PA, January 12.

Logan, B.E. 2012. Bioelectrochemical systems for energy production and the generation of other value-added products. Invited lecture, McDonough High School, Baltimore MDC, January 5.

2011

Logan, B.E. 2011. Bioelectrochemical systems for energy production and the generation of other value-added products. Invited talk, State College Evening Rotary Club, State College, PA, December 6.

Logan, B.E. 2011. Bioelectrochemical systems for energy production and the generation of other value-added products. Invited seminar, EME Energy Colloqium, December 5.

Logan, B.E. 2011. Recent advances in the development of microbial fuel cells (MFCs) and new types of MxCs for energy production and other applications. Invited seminar, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, November 17.

Logan, B.E. 2011. Recent advances in the development of microbial fuel cells (MFCs) and new types of MxCs for energy production and other applications. Invited seminar, Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China, November 15. 

Logan, B.E. 2011. Recent advances in the development of microbial fuel cells (MFCs) and new types of MxCs for energy production and other applications. Invited seminar, Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China, November 14.

Logan, B.E. 2011. How to write and publish a high quality paper in a top journal. Invited seminar, Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China, November 14.       

Logan, B.E. 2011. Things to do in an MxC study. Invited talk, Bioelectrochemical systems workshop, Penn State University, University Park, PA, September 14-15.

Logan, B.E. 2011. Celebrating past milestones in MFCs. Invited Keynote, A celebration of 100 years of microbial fuel cells, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, September 9.

Logan, B.E. 2011. Microbial fuel cells and other bioelectrochemical systems for energy production, value added products, and bioremediation. Invited talk, Microbial Fuel Cell for In-situ Remediation Symposium, Chevron Energy Technology Company, San Ramon, CA, August 29.

Logan, B.E. 2011. Microbial fuel cells and other bioelectrochemical systems for energy production and other value added products. Invited seminar, MRSEC REU/RET summer program seminar series, Penn State, July 21.

Logan, B.E. 2011. Recent advances in the development of microbia fuel cells (MFCs) and new types of MxCs for energy production and other applications. Invited presentation, 3rd International Microbial Fuel Cell Conference, WETSUS, Leuuwarden, The Netherlands, June 6-8.

Logan, B.E. 2011. Microbial fuel cells and other bioelectrochemical systems for energy production and other value added products. Invited seminar. University of Freiburg, Germany, May 18.

Logan, B.E. 2011. Recent advances in microbial fuel cell and related MxC technologies. Invited presentation, Tsinghua University, China, April 1.

Logan, B.E. 2011. Recent advances in microbial fuel cell and related MxC technologies. Invited seminar, Harbin Institute of Technology, China, March 31.

Logan, B.E. 2011. How to write and publish a high quality paper in a top journal. Invited seminar, Harbin Institute of Technology, China, March 30.

Logan, B.E. 2011. Design of microbial fuel cells and other bioelectrochemical systems for production of electricity, biofuels and other value-added products. Invited seminar, Harbin Institute of Technology, China, March 29.

Logan, B.E. 2011. Designing bioelectrochemical reactors for energy production and the generation of other value-added products. Invited seminar, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, February 16.  

Logan, B.E. 2011. Recent advances in microbial fuel cell and related MxC technologies. Invited seminar, University of Newcastle, UK, January 28.  

Logan, B.E. 2011. Development of bioelectrochemical systems for energy production and other value-added products. Invited seminar, VITO, Belgium, January 26.

2010

Logan, B.E. 2010. Biohydrogen generation from renewable biomass sources using microbial electrolysis cells (MECs). Invited keynote, The 2010 Asian Bio-Hydrogen Symposium and APEC Advanced Bio-Hydrogen Technology Conference, Feng Chia University, Taichung, Taiwan, November 15-20, 2010

Logan, B.E. 2010. Turning a wastewater treatment plant into a power plant using microbial fuel technologies. Invited keynote, Virginia Water Environment Association Education seminar, Richmond, VA, May 6.

Logan, B.E. Biofuels production using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited presentation, ISUP 2010, Bruges, Belgium, April 20 (by teleconference due to air traffic restrictions due to the eruption of a volcano in Iceland).

Logan, B.E. Bioenergy production using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited keynote, Symposium on Bioenergy and Bioproducts fromWastewater, Brisbane, Austrailia, March 29.

Logan, B.E. 2010. Development of microbial fuel cell technologies for renewable energy production. Invited plenary, Institute of Biological Engineering Annual Conference, Boston, MA, March 4-6.

Logan, B.E. 2010. Bioenergy production using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited seminar. MIT Energy Initiative (MITEI) Seminar, Massachusets Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, March 2.

Logan, B.E. 2010. Working towards energy sustainability of the water infrastructure using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited seminar, City College of New York (CCNY), New York City, February 23.

Logan, B.E. 2010. Not science fiction: using microbes to make electricity and clean water. Invited lecture, Penn State Lectures on the Frontiers of Science, University Park, January 23.

Logan, B.E. 2010. Bioenergy production using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited seminar. Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, January 15.
 

2009

Logan, B.E. 2009. Microbial fuel cells—how far have we come? Invited talk, 5th Annual WERF Research Forum. Webinar, December 8.

Logan, B.E. 2009. Scaling up microbial fuel cells and microbial electrolysis cells—from the lab to the field. Invited plenary, 2nd International Symposium in China, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, November 13.

Logan, B.E. 2009. Advances in microbial fuel cell designs and materials. Invited seminar, Harbin Institute of Technology, China, November 10.

Logan, B.E. 2009. MxC technologies for hydrogen production in microbial electrolysis cells (MECs) and water treatment using microbial desalination cells (MDCs). Invited seminar, Harbin Institute of Technology, China, November 11.

Logan, B.E. 2009. Energy sustainability of the water infrastructure using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited talk, 16th Clarke Prize Lecture, Fountain Valley, CA, July 9.

Logan, B.E. 2009. Microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited Keynote, IGEMers UK meeting, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, June 23.

Logan, B.E. 2009. Energy production through synthetic biology using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited talk, Bioinformatics Group, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, June 22.

Logan, B.E., S. Cheng, D. Xing, V. Watson, D.F. Call, P.A. Selembo, R. Cusick, and G. Rader. 2009. Recent advances in the design and operation of microbial fuel and microbial electrolysis cells. Invited keynote, 2nd International Microbial Fuel Cell Symposium, Gwanju, Korea, June 10-12.

Logan, B.E. 2009. Energy production using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited Keynote, MFC Korean Workshop on microbial fuel cells, Pusan University, Busan, Korea, June 9.

Logan, B.E. 2009. Direct electricity or hydrogen generation from wastewater and other waste biomass using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited keynote, Pennsylvania Association of Environmental Professionals (PAEP), State College, PA, May 13.

Logan, B.E. 2009. Recent advances in microbial fuel cells and microbial electrolysis cells. Invited seminar, Peking University, Beijing, China, April 15.

Logan, B.E. 2009. Recent advances in microbial fuel cells and microbial electrolysis cells. Invited seminar, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, April 14.

Logan, B.E. 2009. Opportunities for bioenergy production using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited seminar, Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China, April 13.

Logan, B.E. 2009. Challenges and opportunities for bioenergy production using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited seminar, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, March 20.

Logan, B.E. 2009. Hydrogen gas production at high yields by electrohydrogenesis using microbial electrolysis cells. Pres. at the Clean Hydrogen- Possibilities for the future workshop, National Research Council Canada, Ottowa, Canada, January 19.

 

2008

Logan, B.E. 2008. Successes and challenges in microbial fuel cell development and applications. Invited plenary, Workshop on "From fundamental to microbial power plants: Electrochemically active biofilms", Dourdan, France, November 19-21.

Logan, B.E. 2008. How to publish a quality paper. Invited seminar, Tsinghua University, China, November 6.

Logan, B.E. 2008. Materials and architectures for microbial fuel cells (MFCs) and microbial electrolysis cells (MECs). Invited seminar, Tsinghua University, China, November 5.

Logan, B.E. 2008. Materials and architectures for microbial fuel cells (MFCs) and microbial electrolysis cells (MECs). Invited plenary, The First International Symposium on Microbial Fuel Cells in China, Harbin Institute of Technology, China, November 3.

Logan, B.E. 2008. Challenges and opportunities for bioenergy production using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited seminar, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, October 9.

Logan, B.E. 2008. Direct electricity or hydrogen generation from wastewater and other waste biomass using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited lecture, Engineering Science and Mechanics Design Class, Penn State University, September 25.

Logan, B.E. 2008. A new method of hydrogen production from biomass using microbial electrolysis cells. Invited panel presentation, NHA Hydrogen from Renewables Forum, Lakewood, CO, September 23-24.

Logan, B.E. 2008. Direct electricity or hydrogen generation by exoelectrogenic bacteria using microbial fuel cell technologies for wastewater treatment. Invited talk, ASI Croucher Conference, Hong Kong, China, June 24.

Logan, B.E. 2008. Bioenergy production using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited seminar, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Hong Kong, China, June 24.

Logan, B.E. 2008. Bioelectricity or biohydrogen production using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited seminar, University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute, Baltimore, MD, March 19.

Logan, B.E. 2008. Direct and sustainable bioenergy production from biomass using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited talk, Fulbright Academy of Science & Technology 2008 Annual Conference: Energy & Innovation, Boston, MA, February 14-17, 2008.

Logan, B.E. 2008. Direct electricity or hydrogen generation by exoelectrogenic bacteria using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited seminar, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia PA, February 21.

Logan, B.E. 2008. Bioenergy production using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited seminar, Department of Geography, Penn State University, University Park, PA, February 1.

Logan, B.E. 2008. Direct electricity or hydrogen generation by exoelectrogenic bacteria using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited seminar, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, January 7.

2007

Logan, B.E. 2007. High-yield hydrogen or electricity generation from biomass using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited Seminar, Hawaii Natural Energy Institute, University of Hawaii at Manoa, HI, December 11.

Logan, B.E. 2007. Direct electricity or hydrogen generation from biomass by exoelectrogenic bacteria using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited Seminar, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, November 29.

Logan, B.E. 2007. Simultaneous electricity or hydrogen generation and wastewater treatment by exoelectrogenic bacteria using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited talk, Environmental Forum, Tsinghua University, China, November 8.

Logan, B.E. 2007. High-yield hydrogen or electricity production using exoelectrogenic bacteria and microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited talk, Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China, November 6.

Logan, B.E. Increasing the performance of hydrogen production in microbial electrolysis cells. Invited talk, Biohydrogen seminar, WETSUS, The Netherlands, UK.

Logan, B.E. 2007. High-yield electricity or hydrogen generation using bacteria and microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited Seminar, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, October 23.

Logan, B.E. 2007. Direct electricity or hydrogen generation from biomass by exoelectrogenic bacteria using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited seminar, University of Newcastle, UK, October 22.

Logan, B.E. 2007. Electricity or hydrogen production using microbial fuel cells. Invited talk, Crossover 2007: Fields to Wheels, Penn State University, September 4-5.

Logan, B.E. 2007. Electricity or hydrogen generation from biomass using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited Keynote, Fuel Cell Science, Engineering and Technology Conference, ASME, New York City, June 18-20.

Logan, B.E. 2007. Electricity or hydrogen production using microbial fuel cells. Invited talk, New England Biolabs, Ipswich, MA, June 12.

Logan, B.E. 2007. Simultaneous wastewater treatment and electricity or hydrogen generation by exoelectrogenic bacteria using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited keynote, International Water Association Leading Edge Technologies Conference, Singapore, June 4-6.

Logan, B.E. 2007. Direct electricity or hydrogen generation from biomass by exoelectrogenic bacteria using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited talk, BIO, Boston, MA, May 6-7.

Logan, B.E. 2007. Electricity or hydrogen generation by exoelectrogenic bacteria using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited seminar, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Michigan State University, Lansing, MI, April 16.

Logan, B.E. 2007. Research on technologies for the hydrogen economy. Invited plenary talk, Energy Center Hydrogen Initiative (ICHI-II) Symposium, Purdue University, Lafayette, IN, April 12-13.

Logan, B.E. 2007. Electricity and hydrogen generation by exoelectrogenic bacteria using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited seminar, Kamaishi seminar series, Laboratory of Applied Microbiology, Marine Biotechnology Institute, Iwate, Japan, January 30.

Logan, B.E. 2007. The potential for full scale microbial fuel cell systems based on new materials and recent advances in system architectures. Invited keynote, NEDO Symposium on Microbial Electricity Generation: Current Science and Engineering. University of Tokyo, Japan, January 29.

2006

2006 Logan, B.E. 2006. Electricity generation by exoelectrogenic bacteria using microbial fuel cells. Invited seminar, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Delaware, Newark, November 17.

Logan, B.E. 2006. Electricity or hydrogen generation by exoelectrogenic bacteria using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited seminar, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, October 27.

Logan, B.E. 2006. Bioenegy recovery from wastewater using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited talk, Unilever Corporation, San Francisco, CA, October 26.

Logan, B.E. 2006. Electricity generation by exoelectrogenic bacteria using microbial fuel cells. Invited seminar, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, October 20.

Logan, B.E. 2006. Electricity generation by exoelectrogenic bacteria using microbial fuel cells. Invited keynote, New York State Biology and Chemistry Teachers, Albany, New York, October 19.

Logan, B.E. 2006. Electricity generation and biohydrogen production using microbial fuel technologies. Invited seminar, Department of Chemical Engineering, Penn State University, PA, October 14.

Logan, B.E. 2006. Electricity generation by exoelectrogens in microbial fuel cells. Invited seminar, Bioenergy Research Group, CICY, Meridia, Mexico, September 21.

Logan, B.E. 2006. Overcoming the fermentation barrier for biohydrogen production. Invited seminar, Bioenergy Research Group, CICY, Meridia, Mexico, September 21.

Logan, B.E. 2006. Microbial fuel cell system architecture and bacterial communities. Invited talk, Workshop on Microbial Fuel Cells. WETSUS, Leeuwarden, The Netherlands, July 25.

Logan, B.E. 2006. Particle adhesion: From fractal coagulation dynamics to nanoscale adhesion measurements and bioenergy production. Invited talk, Alfred Wegener Institute for Marine and Polar Research, Bremerhaven, Germany, July 19.

Logan, B.E. 2006. Bioadhesion examined at molecular and nano-scale levels. Invited talk, Institute for Chemistry and Biology of the Marine Environment (ICBM), University of Oldenburg, Germany, July 18.

Logan, B.E. 2006. Using microbial fuel cells for electricity generation and hydrogen production. Invited talk, Leibniz Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries, Fuerstenberg, Germany, July 13.

Logan, B. E. 2006. Bio-electricity generation and biohydrogen production using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited Talk, Université Claude Bernard Lyon, Lyon, France, June 14.

Logan, B.E. 2006. Direct electricity or hydrogen generation using bacteria and biodegradable organic matter in microbial fuel cells. Invited seminar, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, May 19.

Logan, B.E. 2006. Challenges and opportunities for electricity generation and biohydrogen production using microbial fuel technologies. Invited seminar, Oak Ridge national Laboratory, May 18.

Logan, B.E. 2006. Direct electricity or hydrogen generation using bacteria and biodegradable organic matter in microbial fuel cells. Invited seminar, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, May 5

Logan, B.E. 2006. Challenges and opportunities for electricity generation and biohydrogen production using microbial fuel technologies. Invited seminar, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Pleasanton, CA, May 4.

Logan, B.E. 2006. BioEnegy recovery from waste biomass using microbial fuel cell technologies. Invited speaker, CH2M Hill Awards Ceremony, Auburn University, AL, April 26.

Logan, B.E. 2006. Future fuel? On the road to a hydrogen economy. Invited speaker, PSU Research Unplugged Seminar series, State College, PA, April 5.

Logan, B.E. 2006. Direct electricity or hydrogen generation using bacteria and biodegradable organic matter in microbial fuel cells. Invited seminar, University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN, March 23.

Logan, B.E. 2006. Using AFM to study bioadhesion at molecular- to nano-scale levels. Invited talk, University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN, March 23.

Logan, B.E. 2006. Particle dynamics evaluated across scales: From fractal coagulation dynamics to nanoscale adhesion measurements. Invited seminar, Environmental Fluid Dynamics Series, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, February 23.

Logan, B.E. 2006. Challenges and opportunities for biohydrogen and electricity generation using microbial fuel cell based technologies. Invited Plenary Address, Genomes to Life Meeting, DOE-BER Genomics meeting, Bethesda, MD, February 12-15.

Logan, B.E. 2006. Biotechnology innovations for renewable energy: direct bioelectricity generation and novel biohydrogen generation technologies. Invited speaker, Energy for a Sustainable and Secure Future, National Council for Science and the Environment 6th National Conference on Science, Policy and the Environment, Washington, D.C., January 26-27.

Logan, B.E. 2006. Leaping past the fermentation barrier using a bioelectrochemically assisted microbial reactor (BEAMR) process. Invited Keynote Address, International Bio-hydrogen Production Technology Forum, Harbin University, China, January 13-15.

2005

Logan, B.E. 2005. Biological electricity generation and hydrogen production using renewable substrates and wastewaters. Invited Seminar, The Johns Hopkins University, October 4.

Logan, B.E. 2005. Biological electricity generation and hydrogen production using from biomass and waste materials. Invited talk, Dupont Corporation, Wilmington, DE, Sept 23.

Logan, B.E. 2005. Increased power densities of microbial fuel cells using air cathodes. Invited talk, Workshop of Biotechnology for Electricity Generation, Ghent, Belgium, Sept 16-17.

Logan, B.E. 2005. Biological electricity generation and hydrogen production using renewable substrates and wastewaters. Invited Seminar, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, May 11.

Logan, B.E. 2005. Direct generation of electricity with bacteria and simultaneous wastewater treatment using microbial fuel cell technology. Invited Keynote Address, Australian Water Association Conference, Brisbane, Australia, May 10.

Logan, B.E. 2005. Biological electricity generation and hydrogen production using renewable substrates and wastewaters. Invited seminar, University of Pittsburgh, April 25.

Logan, B.E. 2005. Microbial fuel cell for wastewater treatment: Current knowledge and future prospects. Invited seminar, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, England, April 1.

Logan, B.E. 2005. Biological electricity generation and hydrogen production using renewable substrates and wastewaters. Invited seminar, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, February 17.

Logan, B.E. 2005. Biophysical aspects of bacterial adhesion examined using atomic force microscopy. Invited talk, 1st International Symposium on “Delivery of Functionality in Complex Food Systems: Physically inspired approaches from nanoscale to microscale”. Nestle Research Center, Lausanne, Switzerland, January 27-29.

2004

Logan, B.E. 2004. Renewable energy through biological electricity generation and biohydrogen production. Invited seminar, Pratt School of Engineering, Duke University, Durham, NC, December 8.

Logan, B.E. 2004. Technical challenges and needs in the development of a global hydrogen economy. Invited seminar, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Northwestern University, IL, November 18.

Logan, B.E. 2004. Direct generation of electricity using bacteria in microbial fuel cells. Invited seminar, University of Michigan, November 12.

Logan, B.E. 2004. Biological electricity generation and biological hydrogen production using wastewaters. Invited seminar, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Cornell University, September 23.

Logan, B.E. 2004. Bio-Energy from wastewater treatment. Invited talk, Novartis Corp. Energy Workshop, Newark, NJ, September 8.

Logan, B.E. 2004. Simultaneous wastewater treatment and biological electricity generation. Invited keynote address, 10th Congress on Anaerobic Digestion (AD10) on Anaerobic Bioconversion—Answer for Sustainability, Montreal, Canada, 29-August to 2 September.

Logan, B.E. 2004. Biohydrogen production and direct electricity generation in microbial fuel cells. Invited talk, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, CO, June 3.

Logan, B.E. 2004. Green Energy Biotechnology: biohydrogen production and direct electricity generation in microbial fuel cells. Invited talk, University of California, Riverside, CA, April 25.

Logan, B.E. 2004. The potential for wastewater treatment using microbial fuel cells. Invited panel participant and presenter, First World Conference on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioprocessing, Orlando, FL, April 23.

Logan, B.E. 2004. Green energy production from wastes using bacteria. Invited talk, Advisory Committee Environmental Research and Education Committee meeting, National Science Foundation, Washington D.C., April 15.

Logan, B.E. 2004. Biological hydrogen and electricity production from food processing wastewaters. Invited talk, Gerber Products Company, MI, March 30.

Logan, B.E. 2004. Using atomic force microscopy to study bioadhesion at molecular- to nano-scale levels. Invited talk, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, March 25.

Logan, B.E. 2004. Green and sustainable energy from biological hydrogen production and microbial fuel cells. Invited talk, Rutgers, State University of New Jersey, February 27

2003

Logan, B.E. 2003. Green and sustainable energy from biological hydrogen production and microbial fuel cells. Invited talk, Microbiology Workshop, University of Ghent, Belgium, December 5.

Van Ginkel, S. and B.E. Logan. 2003. Complete resource recovery and waste elimination - turning food processing waste into electricity using a fast, two-phased, fermentation system. Invited talk. Renewable Bioenergy Conference, Minneapolis, MN, Nov. 16-18.

Logan, B.E. 2003. Sustainable and renewable energy: Microbial fuel cells and biological hydrogen production. Invited seminar, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Nov. 14.

Logan, B.E. 2003. Using atomic force microscopy to study bioadhesion at molecular- to nano-scale levels. Invited talk, University of Groningen, The Netherlands, September 23.

Logan, B.E. 2003. Using atomic force microscopy to study bioadhesion at molecular- to nano-scale levels. Invited talk, Workshop on Flocculation in Natural and Engineered Systems, Canada Centre for Inland Waters, Burlington, Ontario, September 5-6.

Logan, B.E. 2003. Pres. How to get tenure and develop your own research identity. Invited seminar, FAME workshop at AEESP meeting, Minneapolis, MN, August 11.

Logan, B.E. 2003. A green and sustainable energy system built upon biological hydrogen production. Invited Keynote speaker, Pres. 225th American Chemical Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 25.

Logan, B.E. 2003. Molecular scale analysis of bioadhesion for improving bioremediation and energy production. Invited seminar, Environmental Institute Distinguished Lecture Series in Environmental Science, Technology, and Policy, Carnegie Mellon University, February 17.

2002

Logan, B.E. 2002. Using atomic force microscopy to study molecular-scale factors that affect bacterial adhesion. Invited Keynote, Microbial ecology: technologies for studying microorganisms in diverse environments, Proctor and Gamble, Cincinnati, OH, November 6.

Logan, B.E. 2002. Environmental nanotechnology. Invited talk, Pres. Pennsylvania Nanotechnology 2002 Conference, Harrisburg, PA, October 3-4.

Logan, B.E. Logan, S. Van Ginkel, S.-E. Oh, B. Min, and J. Xu. 2002. Biological hydrogen production and a bio-fuel cell coupled for energy production. Invited Lecture, Workshop on Bio-fuel Cells, Washington, DC, June 30 to July 2.

Logan, B.E. 2002. Particle dynamics in environmental systems. Invited lectures, University of Girona, Spain, June 14 – 28.

2001

Logan, B.E. 2001. Molecular-scale analysis of bacterial adhesion using atomic force microscopy. Invited talk, PPG Industries, Monroeville, PA, September 12.

Logan, B.E. 2001. Fractal Coagulation Processes. Invited seminar, Great Lakes Program, The State University of New York, Buffalo, NY, April 27.

Logan, B.E. 2001. Molecular-scale analysis of bioadhesion examined using atomic force microscopy. Invited seminar, University of Michigan, April 13.

Logan, B.E. 2001. Molecular-scale analysis of interaction forces between bacteria and surfaces measured using atomic force microscopy. Invited seminar, Princeton University, April 2.

2000

Logan, B.E. 2000. Environmental Engineering and Science Research Frontiers. Invited talk, Dept. of Agriculture and Biosystems Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, October 30.

Logan, B.E. 2000. Molecular-scale analysis of bacteria and interaction forces measured using atomic force microscopy. Invited seminar, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, November 3.

Logan, B.E. 2000. Fractal Coagulation Processes. Invited Keynote Lecture, Special Symposium on Surfactants, Polymers and Colloids in the Aquatic Environment, ACS Meeting, Washington DC, August 20-25.

Logan, B.E. 2000. Analysis of bacterial surface topography and bacterial adhesion to soil particles using atomic force microscopy (AFM). Invited seminar, Environmental Science Graduate Program seminar series on "Contaminated Systems and Human Response" and the Environmental Surface Science Initiative. The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, April 14.

Logan, B.E. 2000. Analysis of bacterial surface topography and bacterial adhesion to soil particles using atomic force microscopy (AFM). Invited seminar, Yale University, New Haven, CN, March 29.

Logan, B.E., K. Kim, J. Miller and D. LaPoint. 2000. Designing systems to biologically treat perchlorate-contaminated waters. Invited talk, AWWA Inorganics Conference, Albuquerque, NM, February 28.

Logan, B.E. 2000. Examining colloid properties of adhesion at macro- to atomic-scales. Invited Keynote Lecture, Third Environmental Chemistry Symposium, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, February 26.

1999

Logan, B.E. 1999. Using atomic scale measurements to understand factors affecting bacterial transport in porous media. Invited Seminar, Dept. of Geography and Environmental Engineering, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, November 30.

Logan, B.E. 1999. Using atomic scale measurements to probe factors affecting bacterial adhesion. Invited seminar, Xerox Seminar on Materials, Materials Research Laboratory, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, November 10.

Logan, B.E. 1999. Biological degradation of perchlorate-contaminated drinking water. Invited Seminar, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, November 17.

Logan, B.E. 1999. Coagulation rates of biological and inorganic fractal aggregates in environmental systems and engineered reactors. Invited Seminar, Distinguished Seminar Series, Dept. Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, March 24.

Logan, B.E. 1999. Modeling and optimizing the performance of nitrifying trickling filters. Invited speaker, Symposium on Fundamentals, Modeling and Applications of Nitrification and Denitrification. Virginia Tech., Roanke, VA, March 28-31.

1998

Logan, B.E. 1998. Microbiological treatment of perchlorate contaminated ground water. Invited speaker, The Southwest focused ground water conference: Discussing the issue of MTBE and perchlorate in the ground water. National Ground Water Association, Anaheim, CA, June 3-4.

Logan, B.E. 1998. Fractal aggregate coagulation dynamics. Invited Seminar, University of Connecticut, Department of Marine Sciences, Groton, CT, November 6.

Logan, B.E. 1998. Enhancing bacterial transport in soil aquifers for bioremediation via bioaugmentation. Invited Seminar, Dept. Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Delaware, Newark, DE, April 17.

1997

Logan, B.E. 1997. Growth kinetics of chlorate-respiring microorganisms (CRMs). Invited Lecture, Symposium on Biological and Chemical Reduction of Perchlorate and Chlorate. U.S. EPA, National Risk Management Research Laboratory, December 5, Cincinnati, OH.

Logan, B.E. 1997. Enhancing bacterial transport in soil aquifers for bioremediation via bioaugmentation. Invited Seminar, Dept. Chemical Engineering, Michigan State University, Lansing, MI, November 14.

1996

Logan, B.E. 1996. Micro- and nano-scale engineering of colloid transport. Invited Talk. Gordon Research Conference in Environmental Sciences: Water. New Hampton School, N.H., June 23-28.

1995

Logan, B.E. 1995. Characterizing the properties of biological aggregates formed in chaotic environments using fractal geometry. Invited Talk, Joint Meeting of the Society for General Microbiology and American Society for Microbiology, September 12 to 13, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK.

1994

Logan, B.E. 1994. The headspace biochemical oxygen demand (HBOD) test: a new approach for measuring BOD. Invited Talk, 17th Annual EPA Conference on Analysis of Pollutants in the Environment, May 3-5, Norfolk, VA.

Logan, B.E. 1994. Coagulation in different fluid mechanical environments determined using fractal mathematics. Invited seminar. Dept. of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ, March 4.

Logan, B.E. 1994. Coagulation in different fluid mechanical environments determined using fractal mathematics. Invited seminar. Texas A&M, College Station, January 21.

1993

Logan, B.E. 1993. Microbial degradation of macromolecules. Invited seminar, University of Constance, Konstanz, Germany.

1992

Logan, B.E. 1992. Coagulation models based on fractal geometry. Invited seminar, Illinois Institute of Technology, February 25.

Logan, B.E. 1992. Using fractal geometry to characterize the properties of aggregates formed in marine systems. Invited talk, ASLO Meetings, Feb. 8-14, Santa Fe, NM.

1991

Logan, B.E. 1991. Characterizing aggregates formed in chaotic environments using coagulation models based on fractal geometry. Invited seminar at California Institute of Technology, November 20.

Logan, B.E. 1991. Using fractal geometry to characterize the morphology and properties of aggregates formed in marine systems. Invited seminar at the University of Southern California November 19.

Logan, B.E. 1991. Using fractal geometry to characterize the morphology and properties of aggregates formed in marine systems. Invited seminar at the Center for Environmental and Estuarine Studies, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, The University of Maryland, October 9.

Logan, B.E. 1991. Fractal dimensions of aggregates formed in natural systems. Invited talk presented at the IAGLR '91 Great Lakes Program, Buffalo N.Y., June 2-6, 1991.

1988

Logan, B.E. and A.L. Alldredge. 1988. The potential for increased nutrient uptake by flocculating diatoms. Invited talk, AGU-ASLO Joint Meeting, Dec. 5-9, San Francisco, CA.

Logan, B.E. 1988. Bio-hydrodynamics of marine snow. Invited seminar at Scripps Inst. of Oceanography, April 7, 1988, San Diego, CA.

Logan, B.E. 1987. Advantages to microbes of attached growth in marine systems. Invited seminar at U.C. Santa Barbara, April 23, 1987, Santa Barbara, CA.
 

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