Cigdem Eskicioglu
Cigdem Eskicioglu
Professor, NSERC/Metro Vancouver Industrial Research Chair
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An overview of construction and demolition waste management in Canada: a lifecycle analysis approach to sustainability
M Yeheyis, K Hewage, MS Alam, C Eskicioglu, R Sadiq
Clean technologies and environmental policy 15, 81-91, 2013
Athermal microwave effects for enhancing digestibility of waste activated sludge
C Eskicioglu, N Terzian, KJ Kennedy, RL Droste, M Hamoda
Water Research 41 (11), 2457-2466, 2007
Characterization of soluble organic matter of waste activated sludge before and after thermal pretreatment
C Eskicioglu, KJ Kennedy, RL Droste
Water research 40 (20), 3725-3736, 2006
Fate of estrogenic hormones in wastewater and sludge treatment: A review of properties and analytical detection techniques in sludge matrix
H Hamid, C Eskicioglu
Water Research 46 (18), 5813-5833, 2012
A critical review of pretreatment technologies to enhance anaerobic digestion and energy recovery
MR Atelge, AE Atabani, JR Banu, D Krisa, M Kaya, C Eskicioglu, G Kumar, ...
Fuel 270, 117494, 2020
Synergetic pretreatment of sewage sludge by microwave irradiation in presence of H2O2 for enhanced anaerobic digestion
C Eskicioglu, A Prorot, J Marin, RL Droste, KJ Kennedy
Water research 42 (18), 4674-4682, 2008
Microwave, ultrasonic and chemo-mechanical pretreatments for enhancing methane potential of pulp mill wastewater treatment sludge
M Saha, C Eskicioglu, J Marin
Bioresource technology 102 (17), 7815-7826, 2011
Biogas production from organic waste: recent progress and perspectives
MR Atelge, D Krisa, G Kumar, C Eskicioglu, DD Nguyen, SW Chang, ...
Waste and Biomass Valorization 11, 1019-1040, 2020
Recent developments on thermal municipal sludge pretreatment technologies for enhanced anaerobic digestion
G Kor-Bicakci, C Eskicioglu
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 110, 423-443, 2019
Effect of microwave irradiation on anaerobic degradability of model kitchen waste
J Marin, KJ Kennedy, C Eskicioglu
Waste Management 30 (10), 1772-1779, 2010
Enhanced disinfection and methane production from sewage sludge by microwave irradiation
C Eskicioglu, KJ Kennedy, RL Droste
Desalination 248 (1-3), 279-285, 2009
A review on key design and operational parameters to optimize and develop hydrothermal liquefaction of biomass for biorefinery applications
IA Basar, H Liu, H Carrere, E Trably, C Eskicioglu
Green Chemistry 23 (4), 1404-1446, 2021
Enhancement of batch waste activated sludge digestion by microwave pretreatment
C Eskicioglu, KJ Kennedy, RL Droste
Water Environment Research 79 (11), 2304-2317, 2007
Hydrochar derived from municipal sludge through hydrothermal processing: A critical review on its formation, characterization, and valorization
H Liu, IA Basar, A Nzihou, C Eskicioglu
Water research 199, 117186, 2021
Effect of inoculum/substrate ratio on mesophilic anaerobic digestion of bioethanol plant whole stillage in batch mode
C Eskicioglu, M Ghorbani
Process Biochemistry 46 (8), 1682-1687, 2011
Performance of anaerobic waste activated sludge digesters after microwave pretreatment
C Eskicioglu, RL Droste, KJ Kennedy
Water environment research 79 (11), 2265-2273, 2007
Health risk assessment of heavy metals through the consumption of food crops fertilized by biosolids: A probabilistic-based analysis
EH Koupaie, C Eskicioglu
Journal of hazardous materials 300, 855-865, 2015
Anaerobic digestion of whole stillage from dry-grind corn ethanol plant under mesophilic and thermophilic conditions
C Eskicioglu, KJ Kennedy, J Marin, B Strehler
Bioresource technology 102 (2), 1079-1086, 2011
Anaerobic co-digestion of microalgal biomass and wheat straw with and without thermo-alkaline pretreatment
M Solé-Bundó, C Eskicioglu, M Garfí, H Carrère, I Ferrer
Bioresource technology 237, 89-98, 2017
High pressure homogenization and two-phased anaerobic digestion for enhanced biogas conversion from municipal waste sludge
AK Wahidunnabi, C Eskicioglu
Water research 66, 430-446, 2014
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