- Faculty Affiliate, Energy Institute
- Faculty Affiliate, Institute for Engineering Education and Innovation
- Member, Engineering Education Research Taskforce, College of Engineering
- Assistant Professor, Biological and Agricultural Engineering, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, College of Engineering
I manage the Post-Harvest Engineering and Education research lab, focusing on post-harvest treatment technologies and engineering eduction. My research mission is to identify post-harvest treatment technologies capable of transforming lignin into value added chemicals. This research also provides new knowledge on the role of ozone and atmospheric cold plasma treatments for the reduction of spoilage organisms during post-harvest processing and storage. Research is currently being conducted with a variety of commodities including, stored grains (i.e., corn, rice), oil seeds and byproducts (i.e., cottonseed, cottonseed meal), and packaged produce (i.e., tomatoes and romaine lettuce).
I also work to develop teaching materials for those who utilize new treatment and storage technologies, so they feel more connected with the technologies thereby increasing the instances of utilization.
- Ph.D. in Agricultural and Biological Engineering, Purdue University - (West Lafayette, Indiana, United States) 2015
- M.S. in Agricultural and Biological Engineering, Purdue University - (West Lafayette, Indiana, United States) 2009
- Moore, J. M., Ileleji, K. E., & Keener, K. (2020). Factors that affect high voltage atmospheric cold plasma treatment efficacy on wet distillers’ grains: Shelf-life and nutrient composition. JOURNAL OF CEREAL SCIENCE. 95, 103034-103034.
- Sharifan, H., Moore, J., & Ma, X. (2020). Zinc oxide (ZnO) nanoparticles elevated iron and copper contents and mitigated the bioavailability of lead and cadmium in different leafy greens. Ecotoxicol Environ Saf. 191, 110177-110177.
- Sharifan, H., Ma, X., Moore, J. M., Habib, M. R., & Evans, C. (2019). Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles Alleviated the Bioavailability of Cadmium and Lead and Changed the Uptake of Iron in Hydroponically Grown Lettuce ( Lactuca sativa L. var. Longifolia ). ACS Sustainable Chemistry and Engineering. 7(19), 16401-16409.
- McClurkin-Moore, J. D., Ileleji, K. E., & Keener, K. M. (2017). The Effect of High-Voltage Atmospheric Cold Plasma Treatment on the Shelf-Life of Distillers Wet Grains. Food and Bioprocess Technology. 10(8), 1431-1440.
- McClurkin, J. D., & Ileleji, K. E. (2015). The effect of storage temperature and percentage of condensed distillers solubles on the shelf-life of distillers wet grains stored aerobically. Journal of Stored Products Research. 62, 58-64.
- Evans, C. A., & Moore, J. D. (2019). Differences in Physical Properties of Non-Inoculated and Aflatoxin Inoculated Fuzzy Cottonseeds.
- Evans, C., McReynolds, E., Sharifan, H., & Moore, J. (2019). Connecting Specific Knowledge Areas Throughout Core Courses in Biological and Agricultural Engineering. 2012 ASEE ANNUAL CONFERENCE. 2019,
- Supak, H., Baltazar, V., & Moore, J. (2019). Training Modules for Improved Storage Techniques to Reduce Post-harvest losses of Maize in Ghana, Work in Progress. 2012 ASEE ANNUAL CONFERENCE. 2019,
- Moore, J. M. (2018). Mapping learning outcomes across biological and agricultural engineering concentrations within the curriculum. 2012 ASEE ANNUAL CONFERENCE. 2018-June,
- Vance, C. C., Perkins, B., Bannister, J., & Moore, J. M. (2018). Work in progress: An investigation of a college of engineering underrepre-sented minority students' perceptions of inclusive co-curricular spaces and student support programs beyond the first year. 2012 ASEE ANNUAL CONFERENCE. 2018-June,