DDD Conference

Functionalized Antifouling Surfaces in Membrane Based Water Treatment

Convener: Ron Kasher, BIDR

Membrane-based water treatment technologies such as reverse osmosis, nanofiltration and ultrafiltration play key roles in seawater and brackish water desalination, industrial waste treatment, and surface water purification. These technologies are highly efficient in terms of energy consumption and transport properties. Nevertheless, a continuing challenge remains – membrane fouling – which is the accumulation of organic and biological matter on the membrane surface and its clogging. This session will be focused on (i) design and development of membrane surfaces that resist fouling, (ii) antifouling mechanisms, and (iii) new strategies for anti-fouling membrane modifications.

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    Functionalized Antifouling Surfaces in Membrane Based Water Treatment

    Dr. Razi Epsztein

    Ion Dehydration as a Key Phenomenon to Achieve Selectivity in Nanofiltration Membranes

    Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

     

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    Functionalized Antifouling Surfaces in Membrane Based Water Treatment

    Dr. Roy Bernstein

    Brush Coated RO Membranes for High Recovery Brackish Water Desalination

    Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

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    Functionalized Antifouling Surfaces in Membrane Based Water Treatment

    Prof. Moshe Herzberg

    Acoustic- and Light-Based Membrane Fouling Studies

    Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

     

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    Functionalized Antifouling Surfaces in Membrane Based Water Treatment

    Prof. Pavel Izak

    New Chiral Membranes for Separation of Enantiomers from Water

    Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic

     

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    Functionalized Antifouling Surfaces in Membrane Based Water Treatment

    Prof. Zhongyi Jiang

    Bioinspired antifouling membranes for water treatment

    Tianjin University, China

     

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