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Membranes: Special Focus Session

Synthetic membranes are key components for a wide range of commercially important processes and devices - from water purification plants to chemical and biomaterials manufacturing, fuel cells and batteries. Membranes provide a significant materials design challenge and there is a clear need for innovation in this area to enable new products and processes. You are invited to submit an abstract describing your work on membranes and to participate in this exciting cross-disciplinary event.

Submit your Poster Abstract - due April 10

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

 

Symposium Chair

Geoffrey M. GeiseGeoffrey M. Geise
Assistant Professor
University of Virginia

Key Speakers

Christine E. DuvalMembrane-based devices for radionuclide purification
Christine E. Duval
Assistant Professor, Case Western Reserve University

Wei XieMembrane for Aqueous Flow Battery Systems
Wei Xie
Principal R&D Scientist, Form Energy Inc.

Christopher M. StaffordChristopher M. Stafford
Materials Science & Engineering Division
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

Sanat KumarPolymer-Grafted Nanoparticle Membranes with Unusual Gas Separation Properties
Sanat Kumar
Bykhovsky Professor of Chemical Engineering, Columbia University
 
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Symposium Sessions

Tuesday June 30

1:30Membranes: Special Focus Session

Symposium Program

Tuesday June 30

1:30Membranes: Special Focus Session
Session chair: Geoffrey M. Geise, University of Virginia, US
Membrane-based devices for radionuclide purification
C. Duval, Case Western Reserve University, US
Membrane for Aqueous Flow Battery Systems
W. Xie, Form Energy, Inc., US
A Graphene Oxide/Polyvinyl Alcohol Composite Membrane for Rechargeable Alkaline Zn/MnO2 Batteries
J. Huang, G.G. Yadav, S. Banerjee, Urban Electric Power Inc., US
Polymer-Grafted Nanoparticle Membranes with Unusual Gas Separation Properties
S.K. Kumar, Columbia University, US
One-Step Production of Biomimetic Superhydrophobic and Superoleophilic Membrane
Q. Li, J. Zhou, M. Dickey, Zymeron corporation, US
Improved hybrid membranes for CO2 separation with aligned nanostructures
L. Sørvik, L. Ansaloni, M.T. Guzman Gutierrez, L. Deng, T.A. Peters, H. Hemmen, CondAlign AS, NO
A rational asymmetrical hollow fiber membrane for oxygen permeation
C. Ren, Y. Gan, C. Yang, M. Lee, X. Xue, University of South Carolina, US
Graphene nanoplatelets-based membranes for thermal comfort enhancement in textiles
L. Bonetti, A. Fiorati, A. Serafini, F. Tana, A. D’Agostino, G. Masotti, L. Draghi, R. Chiesa, S. Farè, M. Bianchi, L.G. Rizzi, L. De Nardo, Politecnico di Milano, IT

Topics & Application Areas

  • Membrane Materials & Applications
  • Membranes Manufacturing Innovations
  • Other
 
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