TechConnect World 2019
 

Water Technologies

Water Technologies

Early Abstracts due: December 14 (10% registration discount for early submissions)

Symposium Co-Chair

Steven JonsSteven Jons
R&D Fellow
Dupont

Jeffrey McCutcheonJeffrey McCutcheon
Associate Professor
University of Connecticut

Key Speakers

T. Alan HattonT. Alan Hatton
Ralph Landau Professor of Chemical Engineering
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Ayse AsatekinPolymer self-assembly for novel membranes with improved selectivity and fouling resistance
Ayse Asatekin
John A. and Dorothy M. Adams Faculty Development Professor, Tufts University

Nathan HancockNathan Hancock
Director of Strategic Product Planning
Pall Corporation

 

This symposium focuses on advanced and emerging technologies for improvements in water purification, disinfection, generation, processing, filtration, manufacturing processes, waste use and local/global access and distribution. Industry leaders and experts will share their insights on economics and investment strategies, novel and proven solutions. Innovators from industry, government and academic laboratories around the world will share what'’s new and what’'s next in materials design and advanced technologies for water. Submit an abstract and join us as we identify the innovations that are changing the future of water for our planet.

Submit Your Abstract

Please first review the information for authors — abstract submission guidelines.

 

Topics & Application Areas

  • Novel Water Technologies & Materials
  • Industrial Water Treatment Applications
  • Desalination Technologies
  • Disinfection Technologies & Materials
  • Membrane Filtration Technologies & Materials
  • Sensing & Monitoring Devices
  • Waste Water Treatment & Reuse
  • Remediation Technologies
  • Conservation Technologies
  • Water & Energy Symbiosis
  • Best Practices & Case Studies
  • Other
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