Rotaru Lab

University of Southern Denmark

photo-yee-monoo09/2015 – present: Ph.D. student, University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark

SDU Profile

Supervisors: Amelia-Elena Rotaru and Bo Thamdrup

Funded by: Innovations fund, Denmark

Project: Electrogas

2014 – BSc (with honors class 1) University of New South Wales, Australia

2010 – BSc, Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Singapore


Yee, M. O. (presenting author), Maegaard, K., Revsbech, N. P., Thamdrup, B., Ottosen, L. D. M., & Rotaru, A. E. (2016). A Step Towards Understanding Electromethanogenesis. In The 3rd European Meeting of the International Society for Microbial Electrochemistry and Technology.


Beckmann, Sabrina, Cornelia Welte, Xiaomin Li, Yee M. Oo, Lena Kroeninger, Yooun Heo, Miaomiao Zhang et al. “Novel phenazine crystals enable direct electron transfer to methanogens in anaerobic digestion by redox potential modulation.” Energy & Environmental Science (2016).


Beckmann, S., Yee, M., Lee, M., and Manefield, M. (2013) Enhanced Biogas Production. NewSouth Innovations Pty Ltd. (AU2014202663 (A1) 2014-12-04)

Other skills

Illustrator for children books about microbes’ life:

Escher surfs the sewer

Vibri finds her glow

Aero tracks the surce