Journal Articles

  1. & NanoRefinery of carbonaceous nanomaterials: Complementing dairy manure gasification and their applications in cellular imaging and heavy metal sensing. Science of The Total Environment 689, 10-20.
  2. & Multivariate analysis of biochar-derived carbonaceous nanomaterials for detection of heavy metal ions in aqueous systems. Science of The Total Environment 688, 751-761.
  3. & Biomethane from fish waste as a source of renewable energy for artisanal fishing communities. Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments 34, 110-115.
  4. & Microalgae biochar-derived carbon dots and their application in heavy metal sensing in aqueous systems. Science of The Total Environment 656, 531-539.
  5. & Biotransformation of the antibiotic agent cephadroxyl and the synthetic dye Reactive Black 5 by Leptosphaerulina sp. immobilised on Luffa (Luffa cylindrica) sponge. Biocatalysis and Agricultural Biotechnology 18, 101051
  6. & Enhancement of ligninolytic enzymes production and decolourising activity in Leptosphaerulina sp. by co–cultivation with Trichoderma viride and Aspergillus terreus. Science of The Total Environment 646, 1536-1545.
  7. & Elimination of Isoxazolyl-Penicillins antibiotics in waters by the ligninolytic native Colombian strain Leptosphaerulina sp. considerations on biodegradation process and antimicrobial activity removal. Science of The Total Environment 630, 1195-1204.
  8. & Production of volatile fatty acids from slaughterhouse blood by mixed-culture fermentation. Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery
  9. & Recent Advances and Challenges towards Sustainable Polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) Production. Bioengineering 4(4), 55
  10. & Evaluation of Esterification and Membrane Based Solvent Extraction as Methods for the Recovery of Short Chain Volatile Fatty Acids from Slaughterhouse Blood Anaerobic Mixed Fermentation. Waste and Biomass Valorization
  11. & Conversion of residues and by-products from the biodiesel industry into value-added products. Bioresources and Bioprocessing 3(1)
  12. & Production of humic substances from cotton stalks biochar by fungal treatment with Ceriporiopsis subvermispora. Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments 13, 31-37.
  13. & Degradation and detoxification of synthetic dyes and textile industry effluents by newly isolated Leptosphaerulina sp. from Colombia. Bioresources and Bioprocessing 3(1)
  14. Production of silicon compounds and fulvic acids from cotton wastes biochar using chemical depolymerization. Industrial Crops and Products 67, 270-280.
  15. Hsieh, D., Capareda, S., Placido, J. Batch Pyrolysis of Acid-Treated Rice Straw and Potential Products for Energy and Biofuel Production. Waste and Biomass Valorization 6(3), 417-424.
  16. An Outline for Economical and Technical Analysis of Solar Panels for Agricultural uses: A Case Study on Texas Weather Conditions. American Journal of Experimental Agriculture 6
  17. Ligninolytic enzymes: a biotechnological alternative for bioethanol production. Bioresources and Bioprocessing 2
  18. Analysis of alkali ultrasonication pretreatment in bioethanol production from cotton gin trash using FT-IR spectroscopy and principal component analysis. Bioresources and Bioprocessing 1
  19. Plácido, J., Imam, T., Capareda, S. Evaluation of ligninolytic enzymes, ultrasonication and liquid hot water as pretreatments for bioethanol production from cotton gin trash. Bioresource Technology 139, 203-208.
  20. Native fungi with industrial dye degrading potential in the Aburrá Valley, Colombia. Revista Facultad Nacional de Agronoḿıa, Medelĺın 65

Conference Contributions

  1. Placido, J., Capareda, S. (2013). Alkali-ultrasonication, hotliquid water and ligninolytic enzymes pretreatments for bioethanol production from cotton gin trash (CGT). Presented at American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers Annual International Meeting 2013, ASABE 2013,