Jim Kastner

NAME Jim Kastner
DEPARTMENT Biological Engineering
PHONE 706-583-0155
ADDRESS University of Georgia
Athens, Georgia 30602
EMAIL jkastner@engr.uga.edu
RESEARCH INTERESTS Fermentation, Thermochemical Processing: Thermal, Catalytic, and Enzymatic Transformation of Lignocellulosics and Starch Fermentation processes for biofuels and chemicals, Biocatalytic processes, Advanced Carbon materials from Biomass

Jim Kastner


James R. Kastner, Rangan Ganagavaram, Praveen Kolar, Amyn Teja, Chun Bao Xu. 2008. Catalytic Ozonation of Propanal Using Wood Fly Ash and Metal Oxide Nanoparticle Impregnated Carbon. Environ. Sci. Technol., 42(2), 556-562.

Li Wang, Praveen Kolar, James R. Kastner, Brian Herner. 2008. Biofiltration Kinetics of a Gaseous Aldehyde Mixture using a Synthetic Matrix. Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, 58:412-423.

Praveen Kolar, James R. Kastner, Joby Miller. 2007. Low temperature catalytic oxidation of aldehydes using wood fly ash and molecular oxygen. Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 76 (2007) 203-217.

Kastner, J.R., Q. Buquoi, R. Ganagavaram, K.C. Das. 2005. Catalytic Ozonation of Gaseous Reduced Sulfur Compounds Using Wood Fly Ash. Environmental Science and Technology, 39(6): 1835-1842.

Kastner, J.R., M.A. Eiteman, S.A. Lee. 2003. Effect of Redox Potential on Stationary Phase Xylitol Fermentations. App. Biotechnol. Microbiol. 63:96-100.

Kastner, J.R., R.S. Roberts, W.J. Jones. 1999. Ethanol Fermentation of Mixed Sugars Using a Two Phase, Fed-Batch Fermentation: Method to Minimize Glucose Repression of Candida shehatae D-Xylose Fer. Journal of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology, 22: 65-70.

Kastner, J.R., R.S. Roberts, W.J. Jones. 1999. Oxygen starvation induces cell death in D- xylose Candida shehatae fermentations, but not in glucose. Applied Microbiol Biotechnology. 51: 780-785