Dr. Chen received his
B.Sc from Tianjin University in 1998 and Ph.D from
City University of Hong Kong in 2008. Between 2008
and 2009, awarded as Marie Curie Host Fellowship, he
held a post-doctoral position at Ben-Gurion
University of the Negev, Israel. After that, awarded
as Faculty Research Development Fellowship from 2010
to 2011, he worked as a post-doctoral research
fellow in the University of Auckland, New Zealand.
In late 2012, he joined Professor David Stuckey's
laboratory in Nanyang Technological University where
he developed biosensor to detect toxicants for
anaerobic digestion by collaborating with Professor
Terry Steele. He joined City University of Hong Kong
in October 2016. His research interests include
An analytical device which converts a
biological response into an electrical signal, e.g.,
microfluidics (lab-on-a-chip) with resazurin
reduction assay to detect toxicants for anaerobic
An analytical device which converts a biological response into an electrical signal, e.g., microfluidics (lab-on-a-chip) with resazurin reduction assay to detect toxicants for anaerobic bioprocess.
The environmentally friendly design of chemical products and processes, e.g., advanced catalytic oxidation process by iron complexes of tetra-amido macrocyclic ligand (Fe-TAML) and hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) system.
Study the chemical and biochemical phenomena that occur in natural places, to understand chemical reactions and equations, solutions, units, sampling, and analytical techniques.
Jian Lin Chen,
Shanthinie Ravindran, James Wright, Simon Swift
and Naresh Singhal. Catalytic oxidative
degradation of 17α-ethinylestradiol by
activities of the products of partial, and
extensive oxidation. Water Research (2012) DOI: