費安東 教授

授課科目:
材料科學
高等質傳現象
高等化工流體力學
薄膜高分子工程
科學與工程英文
書報討論
辦公室:
工712
實驗室:
Membrane Engineering Lab
E-mail:
avenault@cycu.edu.tw
電 話:
03-265-4113

現職

中原大學化工系教授

學歷

法國蒙特里耶第二大學程序工程 博士
法國蒙特里耶第二大學程序工程 碩士
法國蒙特里耶第二大學程序工程 學士

經歷

2019.8~ now:
Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering and Research & Development Center for Membrane Technology, Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan.
Director, Grand Challenge Scholar Program (GCSP) @ Chung Yuan Christian University.

2014.8~ 2019.7: Associate professor, Department of Chemical Engineering and Research & Development Center for Membrane Technology, Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan.

2011.8~2014.7: Assistant professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan.

2010.12~2011.7: Postdoctoral researcher, Research & Development Center for Membrane Technology, Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan.

特殊成就(榮譽)

2020: Outstanding Young Researcher MOST proposal (專題研究計畫(優秀年輕學者研究計畫);
2020: Outstanding Talent Reward Teacher (優秀人才獎勵教師) from the Ministry of Science and Technology;
2019: Outstanding Research Contribution Award in Chung Yuan Christian University;
2019: Outstanding Talent Award Teacher (優秀人才獎勵教師) from the Ministry of Science and Technology;
2018: Undergraduate student research project innovation award in Chung Yuan Christian University;
2018: Outstanding Researcher Award in Chung Yuan Christian University;
2018: Outstanding Young Researcher Award in Chung Yuan Christian University;
2018: Outstanding Talent Award Teacher (優秀人才獎勵教師) from the Ministry of Science and Technology;
2017: Outstanding Young Researcher Award in Chung Yuan Christian University;
2017: Outstanding Talent Award Teacher (優秀人才獎勵教師) from the Ministry of Science and Technology;
2017: Outstanding Young Researcher MOST proposal (專題研究計畫(優秀年輕學者研究計畫)

研究專長

成膜
低生物積垢薄膜
膜過濾

研究領域

Our present research interests mainly lie in (1) the understanding of formation mechanisms of phase-inversion membranes (2) the design of nonfouling membranes by in-situ modification or by surface modification and (3) the exploration of the versatility of VIPS membranes.

• Phase inversion membranes are mainly prepared by liquid-induced phase separation (LIPS), vapor-induced phase separation (VIPS), temperature-induced phase separation (TIPS) or evaporation-induced phase separation (EIPS). The understanding of the interplay of thermodynamic, mass transfers and heat transfers, tightly correlated to the initial casting solution viscoelastic properties, is essential to achieve control over the membrane structure. A lot has been done by different research teams worldwide, but there is more to explore, considering the increasing complexity of the systems at play. Now, numerous membranes are prepared from casting solutions containing not only a polymer in its solvent, but also additives such as nanoparticles or antifouling copolymers. These additives affect membrane formation mechanisms, and as a result, the structure and arising properties of the final membrane.

• Membranes are separation systems designed to foul. If we consider the separating layer of the membrane, species that remain in the retentate may interact with this layer and cause fouling. Eventually, fouling decreases the permeability of the membrane until reaching the point where the operation has to be stopped in order to carry out membrane cleaning or to change the membrane. In industry, membrane cleaning signifies a decreasing in production rates. The purpose of designing antifouling or lowfouling membranes is to diminish interactions between foulants and the membrane, in order to make membrane operations more sustainable and cost-effective. A number of strategies exist mainly categorized in two classes: in-situ modification processes and surface-modification processes. In-situ modification refers to processes whereby matrix polymer and antifouling polymer are blended in a common solvent before preparing the membrane by a phase-inversion process. In contrast, surface-modification implies that the membrane has been prepared first before modifying its surface. In our lab, membranes are operated in liquid systems. So antifouling polymer that can tightly interact with water to form a protective hydration layer are incorporated in the membranes or at their surface.

• The VIPS process is a phase-inversion process which, compared to the most common LIPS process, involves slower mass transfers at the interface between the initial casting solution and the non-solvent. It is due to the existence of a gas/liquid interface, since vapors of non-solvent are used. It results in a more controllable formation process. Therefore, the membrane structure can be more readily adjusted with VIPS than with other process. Like LIPS, VIPS can lead to the formation of antifouling membranes in one step (in-situ modification). Currently, we are trying to design antifouling bi-continuous membranes with large pore size/porosity and investigate their application in wastewater-treatment, oil/water separation, wound healing and blood separation.

著作

    1. I. Maggay, M.C.A.M. Suba, H.N. Aini, C.-J. Wu, S.-H. Tang, R.B. Aquino, Y. Chang*, A. Venault*, Thermostable antifouling zwitterionic vapor-induced phase separation membranes, Journal of Membrane Science (2021) (accepted) (SCI, IF 7.183).
    2. A. Venault*, S.-J. Chen, H.-T. Lin, I. Maggay, Y. Chang*, Bi-continuous positively-charged PVDF membranes formed by a dual-bath procedure with bacteria killing/release ability, Chemical Engineering Journal (2021) (in press) (SCI, IF 10.652).
    3. C.-C. Yang, C.-T. Lo*, Y.-L. Luo, A. Venault*, Y. Chang*, Thermally stable bio-inert zwitterionic sulfobetaine interfaces tolerated in medical sterilization process, ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering (2021) (in press) (SCI, IF 4.152)
    4. I.V. Maggay, A. Venault*, C.-Y. Fang, C.-C. Yang, C.-H. Hsu, C.-Y. Chou, K. Ishihara, Y. Chang*, Zwitterionized Nanofibrous Poly(vinylidene fluoride) Membranes for Improving the Healing of Diabetic Wounds, ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering 7 (2021) 562-576 (featured in covered page) (SCI, IF 4.152)
    5. C.C. Hsu, A. Venault*, H. Zheng, C.-T. Lo, C.-C. Yang, Y. Chang*, Failure of sulfobetaine methacrylate as antifouling material for steam-sterilized membranes and a potential alternative, Journal of Membrane Science 620 (2021) 118929 (editors choice for November 2020) (SCI, IF 7.183).
    6. I.V. Maggay, G.V. Dizon, C.-J. Wu, A. Venault*, Y. Chang, Functionalized porous filtration media for gravity-driven filtration: Reviewing a new emerging approach for oil and water emulsions separation, Separation and Purification Technology 259 (2021) 117983 (SCI IF 5.774).
    7. G.V. Dizon, Y.-S. Lee, A. Venault*, I.V. Maggay, Y. Chang*, Zwitterionic PMMA-r-PEGMA-r-PSBMA copolymers for the formation of anti-biofouling bicontinuous membranes by the VIPS process, Journal of Membrane Science 618 (2021) 118753 (SCI, IF 7.183).
    8. I.V. Maggay, C.-J. Wu, H.-R. Guo, X.-L. Liao, C.-J. Chou, Y. Chang, Y.-F. Lin*, A. Venault*, Superhydrophobic SiO2 poly(vinylidene fluoride) composite membranes for the gravity-driven separation of drug enantiomers from emulsions, Journal of Membrane Science 618 (2021) 118737 (SCI, IF 7.183).
    9. C.E. Merzougui, P. Roblin, P. Aimar, A. Venault, Y. Chang, C. Causserand, P. Bacchin, Pearl-necklace assembly of Human serum albumin with poly (acrylic acid) polyelectrolyte explored by small angle X-ray scattering (SAXS), Soft Matter 16 (2020) 9964-9974 (SCI IF 3.14).
    10. C.M. Tan, G.V.C. Dizon, S.-H. Chen, A. Venault, Y.-N. Chou, L. Tayo, Y. Chang, Temperature-triggered attachment and detachment of general human bio-foulants on zwitterionic polydimethylsiloxane, Journal of Materials Chemistry B 8 (2020) 8853-8863 (SCI, IF 5.344).
    11. H.-T. Lin, A. Venault*, Y. Chang, Reducing the pathogenicity of wastewater with killer vapor-induced phase separation membranes, Journal of Membrane Science (2020) (in press) (SCI, IF 7.015).
    12. A.Venault*, L.-A. Chen, I.V. Maggay, M.B.M.Y. Ang, H.-Y. Chang, S.-H. Tang, D.-M. Wang, C.-J. Chou, D. Bouyer, D. Quémener, K.-R. Lee, Y. Chang, Simultaneous amphiphilic polymer synthesis and membrane functionalization for oil/water separation, Journal of Membrane Science 604 (2020) 118069 (SCI, IF 7.015).
    13. Y.-R. Lin, G.V.C. Dizon, K. Yamada, C.-Y. Liu, A. Venault, H.-Y. Lin, M. Yoshida, C. Hu, Sulfur-doped g-C3N4 nanosheets for photocatalysis: Z-scheme water splitting and decreased biofouling, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 567 (2020) 202-212 (IF 6.361).
    14. S.-H. Tang, A. Venault*, C Hsieh, G.V. Dizon, C.-T. Lo, Y. Chang*, A bio-inert and thermostable zwitterionic copolymer for the surface modification of PVDF membranes, Journal of Membrane Science 598 (2020) 117655 (SCI, IF 7.015). 
    15. A. Venault*, K.-H. Lin, S.-H. Tang, G.V. Dizon, C.-H. Hsu, I.V.B. Maggay, Y. Chang, Zwitterionic electrospun PVDF fibrous membranes with a well-controlled hydration for diabetic wound recovery, Journal of Membrane Science 598 (2020) 117648 (SCI, IF 7.015).
    16. N. Ismail, A. Venault, J.-P. Mikkola, D. Bouyer, E. Drioli, N.T.H. Kiadeh, Investigating the potential of membranes formed by the vapor induced phase separation process, Journal of Membrane Science 597 (2020) 117601 (SCI, IF 7.015).
    17. A. Venault,* Y.-W. Bai, G.V. Dizon, H.-Y. Elizabeth Chou, H.-C. Chiang, C.-T. Lo, J. Zheng, P. Aimar, Y. Chang, Healing kinetics of diabetic wounds controlled with charge-biased hydrogel dressings, Journal of Materials Chemistry B 7 (2019) 7184-7194 (SCI, IF 5.047).
    18. H.T. Lin, A. Venault*, Y. Chang, Zwitterionized chitosan based soft membranes for diabetic wound healing, Journal of Membrane Science 591 (2019) 117319 (SCI, IF 7.015).
    19. H. Thankappan, G. Bousquet, M. Semsarilar, A. Venault, Y. Chang, D. Bouyer, D. Quemener, Development of PVDF ultrafiltration membrane with zwitterionic block copolymer micelles as a ive layer, Membranes 9 (2019) 93.
    20. I.V. Maggay, T.-H. Yeh, A. Venault*, C-H. Hsu, G.V. Dizon, Y. Chang*, Tuning the molecular design of random copolymers for enhancing the biofouling mitigation of membrane materials, Journal of Membrane Science 588 (2019) 117217 (SCI, IF 7.015).
    21. C.-H. Hsu, A. Venault*, Y.-T. Huang, B.-W. Wu, C.-J. Chou, K. Ishihara, Y. Chang, Towards anti-biofouling PVDF membranes, Langmuir 35 (2019) 6782-6792 (SCI, IF 3.833).
    22. C.-C. Lien, P.-J. Chen, A. Venault*, S.-H. Tang, Y. Fu, G.V. Dizon, P. Aimar, Y. Chang, A zwitterionic interpenetrating network for improving the blood compatibility of polypropylene membranes applied to leukodepletion, Journal of Membrane Science 584 (2019) 148-160 (SCI, IF 7.015).
    23. H.-Y. Chang, A. Venault*, Adjusting the morphology of poly(vinylidene fluoride-co-hexafluoropropylene) membranes by the VIPS process for efficient oil-rich emulsion separation, Journal of Membrane Science 581 (2019) 39-48 (SCI, IF 7.015).
    24. G.V. Dizon, M.T. Clarin, A. Venault*, L. Tayo, H.-C. Chiang, J. Zheng, P. Aimar, Y. Chang, A non-destructive surface zwitterionization of polydimethylsiloxane for the improved human blood-inert properties, ACS Applied Bio Materials 2 (2019) 39-48.
    25. J.S. De Vera, A. Venault, Y.N. Chou, L.L. Tayo, H.-C. Chiang, P. Aimar, Y. Chang, Self-cleaning Interfaces of Polydimethylsilozane grafted with pH-responsive Zwitterionic Copolymers, Langmuir 35 (2019) 1357-1368 (SCI, IF 3.833).
    26. A. Venault, Y. Chang, Design of Zwitterionic Interfaces and Membranes, Langmuir 35 (2019) 1714-1726 (SCI, IF 3.833).
    27. S.-H. Tang, M.Y. Domino, A. Venault, H.T. Lin, C. Hsieh, A. Higuchi, A. Chinnathambi, S.A. Alharbi, L. Tayo, Y. Chang, Bio-inert control of zwitterionic poly(ethylene terephthalate) fibrous membranes, Langmuir 35 (2019) 1727-1739 (SCI, IF 3.833).
    28. A. Venault,* C.-H. Chiang, H.-Y. Chang, W.-S. Hong, Y. Chang, Graphene oxide/PVDF VIPS membranes for switchable, versatile and gravity-driven separation of oil and water, Journal of Membrane Science 565 (2018) 131-144.
    29. C.-C. Lien, L.-C. Yeh, A. Venault*, S.-C. Tsai, C.-H. Hsu, G.V. Dizon, Y.-T. Huang, A. Higuchi, Y. Chang*, Controlling the zwitterionization degree of alternate copolymers for minimizing biofouling on PVDF membranes, Journal of Membrane Science 565 (2018) 119-130 (SCI, IF 6.035).
    30. Y.-N. Chou, A. Venault*, Y.-H. Wang, A. Chinnathambi, A. Higuchi, Y. Chang*, Surface zwitterionization on versatile hydrophobic interfaces via a combined copolymerization/self-assembling process, Journal of Material Chemistry B 6 (2018) 4909-4919. Featured in cover page of issue 6, and ed as a hot paper of 2018
    31. A. Venault*, C.-Y. Chang, T.-C. Tsai, H.-Y. Chang, D. Bouyer, K.-R. Lee, Y. Chang*, Surface zwitterionization of PVDF VIPS membranes for oil and water separation, Journal of Membrane Science 563 (2018) 54-64 (SCI, IF 6.035)
    32. G.V. Dizon, Y.-N. Chou, L.-C. Yeh, A. Venault, J. Huang, Y. Chang*, Bio-inert interfaces via biomimetic anchoring of a zwitterionic copolymer on versatile substrates, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 529 (2018) 77-89 (SCI, IF 6.361)
    33. A. Venault, M.-W. Lai, J.-F. Jhong, C.-C. Yeh, L.-C. Yeh, Y. Chang*, Superior Bio-inert Capability of Zwitterionic Poly(4-vinylpyridine propylsulfobetaine) Withstanding Clinical Sterilization for Extended Medical Applications, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 10 (2018) 17771-17783 (SCI, IF 7.504)
    34. H.-T. Lin, A. Venault*, H.-Q. Huang, Y. Chang, K.-R. Lee, Introducing a PEGylated diblock copolymer PVDF hollow-fibers for reducing their fouling propensity, Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers 87 (2018) 252-263 (SCI, IF 4.217)
    35. A. Venault*, C.-H. Hsu, K. Ishihara, Y. Chang*, Zwitterionic bi-continuous membranes from the phosphobetaine copolymer/poly(vinylidene fluoride) blend via VIPS for biofouling mitigation, Journal of Membrane Science 550 (2018) 377-388 (SCI, IF 5.056)
    36. G.V. DIzon, A. Venault*, Direct in-situ modification of PVDF membranes with a zwitterionic copolymer to form bi-continuous and fouling resistant membranes, Journal of Membrane Science 450 (2018) 45-58 (SCI, IF 5.056)
    37. A. Venault*, Y.-N. Chou, Y.-H. Wang, C.-H. Hsu, C.-J. Chou, D. Bouyer, K.R. Lee, Y. Chang, A combined polymerization and self-assembling process for the fouling mitigation of PVDF membranes, Journal of Membrane Science 547 (2018) 134-145 (SCI, IF 5.056).
    38. A. Venault*, C.-S. Liou, L.-C. Yeh, J.-F. Jhong, J. Huang, Y. Chang, Turning expanded poly(tetrafluoroethylene) membranes potential skin wound dressings by grafting a bio-inert epoxylated PEGMA copolymer, ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering 3 (2017) 3338-3350 (SCI, IF 3.234).
    39. Y.-N. Chou, A. Venault, C.-H. Cho, M.-C. Sin, L.-C. Yeh, J.-F. Jhong, A. Chinnathambi, Y. Chang*, Y. Chang*, Epoxylated Zwitterionic Triblock Copolymers Grafted Onto Metallic Surfaces for General Biofouling Mitigation, Langmuir 33 (2017) 9822-9835 (SCI, IF 4.457).
    40. C.-C. Yeh, A. Venault*, L.-C. Yeh, A. Chinnathambi, S. A. Alharbi, A. Higuchi, Y. Chang, Universal bio-inert control of polystyrene interfaces via hydrophobic-driven self-assembled surface PEGylation with a well-defined block sequence, Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics 218 (2017) 1700102 (SCI, IF 2.616).
    41. Y.-W. Chen, A. Venault, J.-F. Jhong, H.T. Ho, C.-C. Liu, R.-H. Lee, G.-H. Hsiue, Y. Chang, Developing blood leukocytes depletion membranes from the design of bio-inert PEGylated hydrogel interfaces with surface charge control, Journal of Membrane Science 537 (2017) 209-219 (SCI, IF 5.056).
    42. A. Venault, Y.-C. Huang,  J.W. Lo, C.-J. Chou, A. Chinnathambi, A. Higuchi, W.-S. Chen, W.-Y. Chen, Y. Chang, Tunable PEGylation of Branch-type PEI/DNA Polyplexes with a Compromise of Low Cytotoxicity and High Transgene Expression: In Vitro and In Vivo Gene Delivery, Journal of Materials Chemistry B 5 (2017) 4732-4744 (SCI, IF 4.872)
    43. A. Venault*, A. Subarja, Y. Chang*, Zwitterionic polyhydroxybutyrate electrospun fibrous membranes with a compromise of bio-inert control and tissue-cell growth, Langmuir 33 (2017) 2460-2471 (SCI, IF 4.457)
    44. Y.J. Shih, A. Venault, L. Tayo, S.H. Chen, A. Higuchi, A. Deratani, A. Chinnathambi, S.A. Alharbi, D. Quemener, Y. Chang, A zwitterionic-shielded carrier with pH-modulated reversible self-assembly for gene transfection, Langmuir 33 (2017) 1914-1926 (SCI, IF 4.457)
    45. A. Venault*, K. J. Hsu, L. C. Yeh, H. T. Ho, Y. Chang*, Surface charge-bias impact of amine-contained pseudozwitterionic biointerfaces on the human blood compatibility, Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 151 (2017) 372-383 (SCI, IF 3.554).
    46. L. Benavente, C. Coetsier, A. Venault, Y. Chang, C. Causserand, P. Bacchin, P. Aimar*, FTIR mapping as a simple and powerful approach to study coating and fouling, Journal of Membrane Science 520 (2016) 477-489 (SCI, IF 5.056).
    47. A. Venault, T. C. Wei*, H.L. Shih, C.-C. Yeh, A. Chinnathambi, S. Carretier, P. Aimar, J. Y. Lai, Y. Chang*, Antifouling pseudo-zwitterionic poly(vinylidene fluoride) membranes with efficient mixed-charge surface grafting via glow dielectric barrier discharge plasma-induced copolymerization, Journal of Membrane Science 516 (2016) 13-25 (SCI, IF 5.056).
    48. A. Venault*, A. J. Jumao-as-Leyba, F. C. Chou, D. Bouyer, I. J. Lin, T.-C. Wei, Y. Chang, Design of near-superhydrophobic/superoleophilic PVDF and PP membranes for the gravity-driven breaking of water-in-oil emulsions, Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers 65 (2016) 459-471 (SCI, IF 3.000).
    49. A. Venault, W.Y. Huang, S.W. Hsiao, A. Chinnathambi, S.A. Alharbi, H. Chen, J. Zheng*, Y. Chang*, Zwitterionic Modifications for Enhancing the General Antifouling Properties of Polyvinylidene Fluoride Membranes, Langmuir 32 (2016) 4113-4124 (SCI, IF 4.457).
    50. S. Carretier, L.A. Chen, A. Venault*, Z.R. Yang, P. Aimar, Y. Chang, Design of PVDF/PEGMA-b-PS-b-PEGMA membranes by VIPS for improved biofouling mitigation, Journal of Membrane Science 510 (2016) 355-369 (SCI, IF 5.056).
    51. A. Venault*, Alith Jean Jumao-as-Leyba, Zhong-Ru Yang, Séverine Carretier, Yung Chang, Formation mechanisms of low-biofouling PVDF/F127 membranes prepared by VIPS, Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers 62 (2016) 297-306 (SCI, IF 3.000).
    52. A. Venault, C.C. Ye, Y.C. Lin, C.W. Tsai, J.F. Jhong, R.C. Ruaan, A. Higuchi, A.  Chinnathambi, H.T. Ho, Y. Chang*, Zwitterionic fibrous polypropylene assembled with amphiphatic carboxybetaine copolymers for hemocompatible blood filtration, Acta Biomaterialia 40 (2016) 130-141 (SCI, IF 6.025)
    53. C.C. Yeh, A. Venault, Y. Chang*, Structural effect of poly(ethylene glycol) segemental length on biofouling and hemocompatibility, Polymer Journal 48 (2016) 551-558 (SCI, IF 1.653)
    54. A. Venault*, K.M. Trinh, Y. Chang*, A zwitterionic zP(4VP-r-ODA) copolymer for providing polypropylene membranes with improved hemocompatibility, Journal of Membrane Science 501 (2016) 68-78 (SCI, IF 4.093)
    55. A. Venault*, M.R.B. Ballad, Y.T. Huang, Y.H. Liu, C.H. Kuo, Y. Chang*, Antifouling PVDF membrane prepared by VIPS for Microalgae harvesting, Chemical Engineering Science 142 (2016) 97-111 (SCI, IF 2.337).
    56. A. Venault, C.W. Huang, J. Zheng, A. Chinnathambi, S.A. Alharbi, Y. Chang*, Y. Chang*, Hemocompatible biomaterials of zwitterionic sulfobetaine hydrogels regulated with pH-repsonsive DMAEMA random sequences, International Journal of Polymeric Materials and Polymeric Biomaterials 65 (2016) 65-74 (SCI, IF 2.784).
    57. L. Tayo, A. Venault*, V.G.R. Constantino, A.R. Caparanga, A. Chinnathambi, S. Alharbi, J. Zheng, Y. Chang*, Design of hemocompatible poly(DMAEMA-co-PEGMA) hydrogels for controlled release of insulin, Journal of Applied Polymer Science 132 (2015) 42365 (SCI, IF 1.240).
    58. A. Venault, Y.S. Zheng, A. Chinnathambi, S.A. Alharbi, H.T. Ho, Y. Chang, Y. Chang*, Stimuli responsive and hemocompatible pseudozwitterionic interfaces, Langmuir 31 (2015) 2861-2869 (SCI, IF 4.384).
    59. A. Venault*, M.R.B. Ballad, Y.H. Liu, P. Aimar, Y. Chang*, Hemocompatibility of PVDF/PS-b-PEGMA membranes prepared by LIPS process, Journal of Membrane Science 477(2015) 101-114 (SCI, IF 4.093).
    60. A. Venault*, J.R. Wu, Y. Chang*, P. Aimar, Fabricating hemocompatible bi-continuous PEGylated PVDF membranes via vapor-induced phase inversion, Journal of Membrane Science 470 (2014) 18-29 (SCI, IF 4.093).
    61. J.F. Jhong‡, A. Venault‡, L. Liu, J. Zheng, SH Chen, A. Higuchi, J. Huang, Y. Chang*, Introducing mixed-charge copolymers as wound dressing biomaterials, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 6 (2014) 9858-9870 (SCI, IF 5.008).
    62. S.W. Hsiao, A. Venault*, H.S. Yang, Y. Chang*, Bacterial resistance of self-assembled surfaces using PPOm-b-PSBMAn zwitterionic copolymer - concomitant effects of surface topography and surface chemistry on attachement of live bacteria, Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 118 (2014) 254-260 (SCI, IF 3.554)
    63. A. Venault, H.S. Yang, Y.C. Chiang, B.S. Lee, R.C. Ruaan, Y. Chang*, Bacterial resistance control on mineral surfaces of hydroxyapatite and human teeth via surface charge-driven antifouling copolymer coatings, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 6 (2014) 3201-3210 (SCI, IF 5.008).
    64. A. Venault*, M.C. Ncibi, C. Pochat-Bohatier, L. Vachoud, D. Bouyer, C. Faur*, On the adsorption mechanisms of diethylamine by medically-certified activated carbons: investigation of critical parameters controlling sorption properties, Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers 45 (2014) 1937-1946 (SCI, IF 2.084).
    65. A. Venault, Y. Chang*, H.S. Yang, P.Y. Lin, Y.J. Shih, A. Higuchi, Surface self-assembled zwitterionization of poly(vinylidene fluoride) microfiltration membranes via hydrophobic-driven coating for improved blood compatibility,  Journal of Membrane Science 454 (2014) 253-263 (SCI, IF 4.093).
    66. A. Venault*, Y.H. Liu, J.R. Wu, H.S. Yang, Y. Chang*, J.Y. Lai, P. Aimar, Low-biofouling membranes prepared by liquid induced phase separation of the PVDF/polystyrene-b-poly (ethylene glycol) methacrylate blend, Journal of Membrane Science 450 (2014) 340-350 (SCI, IF 4.093).
    67. A. Venault*, Y. Chang, J.R. Wu, D.M. Wang, Influence of solvent composition and non-solvent activity on the crystalline morphology of PVDF membranes prepared by VIPS process and on their arising mechanical properties, Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers 45 (2014) 1087-1097 (SCI, IF 2.084).
    68. A. Venault*, Y. Chang, D.M. Wang, D. Bouyer*, A review on polymeric membranes and hydrogels prepared by vapor-induced phase separation process, Polymer Reviews 53 (2013) 568-626 (SCI, IF 6.281).
    69. J.F. Jhong ‡A. Venault ‡, C.C. Hou, S.H. Chen, T.C. Wei, J. Zheng, J. Huang, Y. Chang*, Surface zwitterionization of expanded poly(tetrafluoroethylene) membranes via atmospheric plasma-induced polymerization for enhanced wound healing, ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces 5 (2013) 6732-6742 (SCI, IF 5.008).
    70. A. Venault, Y. Chang*, H.H. Hsu, J.F Jhong, H.S Yang, T.C Wei, K.L. Tung, A. Higuchi, J.Huang, Biofouling-resistance control of expanded poly(tetrafluoroethylene) membrane via atmospheric plasma-induced surface PEGylation, Journal of Membrane Science 439 (2013) 48-57 (SCI, IF 4.093).
    71. C. Pochat-Bohatier, A. Venault, D. Bouyer, L. Vachoud, L. David and C. Faur*, Development and characterization of composite chitosan/active carbon hydrogels for a medical application, Journal of Applied Polymer Science 28(125) (2013) 2945-2953 (SCI, IF 1.240).
    72. A. Venault*, Y. Chang*, Surface hydrophilicity and morphology control of anti-biofouling polysulfone membranes via vapor-induced phase separation processing, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 13 (2013) 1-11 (SCI, IF 1.563).
    73. A. Venault*, Y. Chang*, D.M. Wang, J.Y. Lai, Surface anti-biofouling control of PEGylated poly(vinylidene fluoride) membranes via vapor-induced phase separation processing, Journal of Membrane Science 423-424 (2012) 53-64 (SCI, IF 4.093).
    74. A. Venault, Y. Chang*, D.M. Wang, D. Bouyer, A. Higuchi, J.Y. Lai, PEGylation of anti-biofouling polysulfone membranes via liquid- and vapor-induced phase separation processing, Journal of Membrane Science 403-404 (2012) 47-57 (SCI, IF 4.093).
    75. A. Venault, D. Bouyer*, C. Pochat-Bohatier, L. Vachoud and C. Faur, Investigation of chitosan gelation mechanisms by a modeling approach coupled to local experimental measurement, AIChE journal  58(7) (2012) 2226-2240 (SCI, IF 2.493).
    76. A. Venault, L. Vachoud, D. Bouyer, C. Pochat-Bohatier, and C. Faur*, Rheometric study of chitosan-activated carbon composite hydrogels for medical applications using an experimental design, Journal of Applied Polymer Science 120 (2) (2011) 808-820 (SCI, IF 1.240).
    77. A. Venault, D. Bouyer, C. Pochat-Bohatier, L. Vachoud and C. Faur*, Preparation of composite hydrogels for medical applications: experimental study and modeling of mass transfers, International Journal of Chemical Reactor Engineering 8 (A104) (2010) (SCI, IF 0.640).
    78. A. Venault*, D. Bouyer, C. Pochat, L. Vachoud and C. Faur*, Modeling the mass transfers during the elaboration of chitosan-activated carbon for medical applications, AIChE journal 56 (6) (2010) 1593-1609 (SCI, IF 2.493).
    79. A. Venault, L. Vachoud, C. Pochat, D. Bouyer and C. Faur*, Elaboration of chitosan/activated carbon composites for the removal of organic micropollutants from waters, Environmental Technology 29 (12) (2008) 1285-1296 (SCI, IF 1.007).

研討會論文

    • A. Venault, K.-H. Lin, H.-T. Lin, Y. Chang, Anti-biofouling membrane designs for improving acute/chronic wound recovery,  The International Membrane Science & Technology Conference (IMSTEC2020), Syndey, Australia, Feb. 2-5 2020.
    • A. Venault, Tuning the molecular design of copolymers for the betterment of antifouling membrane performances, International Workshop for Membrane at Kobe university 2019 (iWMK2019), Kobe, Japan, November 18-19, 2019.
    • A. Venault, VIPS Fluorinated Membranes, The International Membrane Conference in Taiwan (IMCT 2019), Taipei, Taiwan, June 28-29, 2019.
    • A. Venault, Molecular design criteria to consider in the development of biofouling-resistant membranes from the example of copolymers of polystyrene and poly(ethylene glycol) methacrylate, Advanced Membrane Technology and Applications Forum, Taiwan-USA-France, Chungli (Taiwan), June 27th, 2019.
    • A. Venault, VIPS membranes for low-pressure/gravity-driven separation of oil and water, 2019 Advanced Membranes and Membrane Based Separation Processes Symposium, Fayetteville, AK (USA), May 16, 2019.
    • A. Venault, H.-T. Lin, Y. Chang, Biofouling resistant membranes for wound healing, 28th Annual Meeting of the North American Membrane Society (NAMS2019), Pittsburg, PA (USA), May 11-15, 2019.
    • A. Venault, Antifouling membranes: some designs and applications, Seminar at National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan, April 17, 2019.
    • A.Venault, C.-Y. Chang, C.-H. Chiang, H.-Y. Chang, W.-S. Hung, Y. Chang, Design of polymer membranes for low-pressure/gravity-driven cleaning of oily wastewater, EMN Hawaii Meeting on Polymer, Honolulu, HI (USA), March 26-30, 2019.
    • A. Venault, Some designs and applications of antifouling membranes, Seminar at National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taipei, Taiwan, December 21, 2018.
    • A. Venault and Y. Chang, Design of zwitterionic interfaces and membranes, Advanced Biomaterials and Medical Membranes Symposium-Bio-inspired Interfaces and Membranes, Chungli, Taiwan, December 1, 2018.
    • A. Venault, C.-H. Chiang, A.J. Jumao-as-Leyba, H.-Y. Chang, C.-Y. Chang, Y. Chang, Hydrophilic/oleophobic, hydrophobic/oleophilic and PVDF membranes with switchable wetting properties for improving the gravity-driven or low pressure-driven separation of oil and water, International Workshop for Membrane at Kobe university 2018 (iWMK2018), Kobe, Japan, November 26-27, 2018.
    • A. Venault, H.-T. Lin, J.-F. Jhong, C.-S. Liou, L.-C. Yeh, Y. Chang, Biofouling-resistant membranes as materials for wound-dressings, The International Membrane Conference in Taiwan (IMCT 2018), Chungli, Taiwan, June 21-24, 2018.
    • A. Venault, Low-biofouling membranes, some designs and applications, Seminar at National Taiwan University, June 1, 2018.
    • A. Venault, C.-Y. Chang, C.-H. Chiang, H.-Y. Chang, W.-S. Hung, Y. Chang, Membrane designs for gravity-driven or low pressure-driven oil/water separation, Intelligent Interfaces and Membranes Symposium, Chungli, Taiwan, January 23, 2018.
    • A. Venault, G.V. Dizon, C.H. Hsu, K. Ishihara, Y. Chang, Searching for more time- and cost-effective methods to incorporate zwitterionic materials in polymeric membranes for fouling mitigation, The 3rd International Conference on Bioinspired and Zwitterionic Materials, ICZBM2017, Tokyo, Japan, October 18-20, 2017. 
    • A. Venault, C.-H. Hsu, K. Ishihara, Y. Chang, Formation of bi-continuous zwitterionic membranes by VIPS, from the PVDF/PMBU blend, 2017 Advanced Biomaterials and Medical Membranes Symposium, Chungli, Taiwan, August 18th, 2017.
    • A. Venault, G.V. Dizon, Y.N. Chou, Y. Chang, Searching for alternative approaches for the development of lowfouling PEGylated and zwitterionic PVDF membranes, EMN Meeting on Membranes, Melbourne, Australia, April 23-27, 2017.
    • A. Venault, Some Designs of low bio-fouling membranes, Lecture given at the European Institute of Membranes, Montpellier, France, September 7, 2016.
    • A. Venault and Y. Chang, Some designs of hemocompatible membranes, The International Membrane Conference in Taiwan 2016, Chungli, Taiwan, May 20, 2016.
    • A. Venault, Development of low bio-fouling PEG-based PVDF membranes by in-situ modification, SuperNAM symposium, Chungli, Taiwan, April 10, 2016.
    • A. Venault, Y. Chang, Design of low bio-fouling PVDF membranes by in-situ modification: formation aspects, characterization and applications, EMN Meeting on Membranes, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, April 5-8, 2016.
    • A. Venault, A. J. Jumao-as-Leyba, F.C. Chou, I.J. Lin, T.C. Wei, Y. Chang, Some approaches to design near superhydrophobic/superoleophilic membranes enabling to break water-in-oil emulsions under the action of gravity, EMN Meeting on Polymers, Hong Kong, January 12-15, 2016.
    • A. Venault, J.R. Wu, Y. Chang, Formation mechanisms, characterization and anti-biofouling properties of PVDF/PS-b-PEGMA membranes prepared by VIPS process, 61st Taiwan Institute Chemical Engineering Conference, Chungli, Taiwan, Dec. 12-13, 2014.
    • A. Venault, Y. Chang, Anti-biofouling membranes prepared by NIPS processes, The International Membrane Conference in Taiwan 2013 & 2013 The 5th Cross-strait Senior Conference on Membrane Science &Technology, Chungli, Taiwan, Aug. 9-10, 2013.