Programme  Titles  Presenters  Topics 
Poster Session 1
Monday, July 31st 2017, 19:00-21:00
Continental 4-6
Chair: Chris Arnusch, Weibe De Vos , Manish Kumar & Avner Ronen
[P1.001]
Asymmetric membranes for blood oxygenators: Hemocompatibility and gas permeation
M. Faria*, C. Moreira, M.N. de Pinho
Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
[P1.002]
Integrally skinned asymmetric cellulose acetate-silica membranes for extracorporeal blood ultrafiltration
M. Faria*, C. Moreira, M.N. de Pinho
Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
[P1.003]
Development of an extraction membrane in a handheld analyzer for non-invasive, real-time monitoring of kidney and liver disorders
P. Cay-Durugn1, N.Y. Liu1, S. Brown1, L.F. Thomas2, E. Forzani1, M.L. Lind*1
1Arizona State University, USA, 2Mayo Clinic in Arizona, USA
[P1.004]
Peptoid grafted polysulfone hollow fibers and their antifouling behavior to improve biocompatibility of fibers
N. Mahmoudi*, L. Reed, A. Moix, N. Alshammari, J. Hestekin, S. Servoss
University of Arkansas, USA
[P1.005]
Photocatalytic dual-layer hollow fibre membrane for removal of Bisphenol A from household water
S.H. Sheikh Abdul Kadir*1, M.H.D. Othman2, R. Kamaludin2, Z. Rasdi1, N.I. Hanafi1
1Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia, 2Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia
[P1.006]
Bio-inspired anions selective channel through synthesis of thermosensitive and negative block-copolymer
C.J. Gao*1, Y. Zhao1, Y.L. Jin1, H.M. Liu1, B.V. Bruggen2, C.J. Gao1
1Zhejiang University of Technology, China, 2KU Leuven, Belgium
[P1.007]
Surface-initiated atom transfer radical polymerization for an amphiphilic triblock copolymer brush with aquaporins
C. Porter*, J. Werber, M. Elimelech, M. Zhong
Yale University, USA
[P1.008]
Production of azido-containing membrane protein channels as functional components of biomimetic membranes
P. Rajapaksha*, X. Zhang, C. Porter, S. Hernández, D. Bhattacharyya, Y. Wei
University of Kentucky, USA
[P1.009]
Development of low-cost water filters using sapwood xylem
K. Ramchander*, L. Wang, R. Karnik
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
[P1.010]
Aligned PLGA nanofiber matrices functionalized with graphene oxide and RGD peptide for skeletal muscle regeneration
Y.C. Shin*, S.J. Song, S.W. Hong, J.W. Oh, D.W. Han
Pusan National University, Republic of Korea
[P1.011]
Characterization of membrane performance of supported lipid bilayers incorporating amphotericin B as water channels
T. Takai*, D. Saeki, K. Kumagai, H. Mastuyama
Kobe University, Japan
[P1.012]
Enzymatic hydrolysis of humic acid pretreated bagasse in a membrane integrated hybrid system
U. Maheswari2, J. Sikder2, S. Chakraborty1, S. Curcio*1, V. Calabro1, E. Drioli1
1University of Calabria, Italy, 2National Institute of Technology Durgapur, India
[P1.013]
Dia-nanofiltration as a convenient detoxification process for the production of fermentescible substrates from lignocellulosic biomass hydrolysate
A. Fayet*1,2, A.R.S. Teixeira1,2, T. Clément1,2, F. Allais1, M. Bouix2, M-L. Lameloise2
1CEBB (Centre Européen de Biotechnologies et Bioéconomie), France, 2Université Paris-Saclay, France
[P1.014]
CO2/CH4 separation membrane process for biogas purification
C.S. Lee, J.H. Im, S.H. Han, H.C. Koh, S.Y. Ha*
Airrane Co. Ltd., Republic of Korea
[P1.015]
Increasing selectivity in electro-Fenton reactors with tailored membranes
R. Sengpiel*1, M. Wessling1
1RWTH Aachen University, Germany, 2DWI - Leibniz Institute for Interactive Materials e.V., Germany
[P1.016]
Flux enhancement during ultrafiltration of hemicelluloses extracted from wheat bran by gas sparging
J. Thuvander*, A-S. Jönsson
Lund University, Sweden
[P1.017]
Peptoid modified membranes for low fouling artificial lung applications
N. Alshammari*, N. Mahmoodi, S. Servoss, J. Hestekin
University of Arkansa, USA
[P1.018]
Free diffusivity of viruses: Experimental measurements and model predictions
R.E. Baltus*1, A.R. Badireddy2, A. Delavari1, S. Chellam3
1Clarkson University, USA, 2University of Vermont, USA, 3Texas A&M University, USA
[P1.019]
Purification of protein hydrolysate by integrated process based on electrodialysis
M. Bobák*, T. Kotala, T. Dvořák
MemBrain s.r.o., Czech Republic
[P1.020]
Application of submerged hollow fibre membrane system with the aid of rotational vibration for bioseparation
M. Chai*, Y. Ye, V. Chen
The University of New South Wales, Australia
[P1.021]
Self-assembled isoporous films fabricated from block copolymers for the design of size selective virus filtration membranes
C.A. Crock*, J.K. Shethji, R.M. Dorin
TeraPore Technologies, Inc., USA
[P1.022]
Role of detergent in purification and concentration of membrane proteins
H. Feroz*, J. Kwon, J. Peng, C. Baker, B. Ferlez, J. Golbeck, G. Bazan, A. Zydney, M. Kumar
Penn State University, USA
[P1.023]
Tangential flow filtration of influenza virus feed streams for veterinary vaccine production
A.R. Fortuna*1, L. Tamargo Granados2, C. Gasczyk3, S. Grundke4, K. Toeppner3, B. Hundt4, T. Schleuss3, L. Villain3, M.M. Wolff1,5, U. Reichl1,6
1Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems, Germany, 2TU Dortmund, Germany, 3Sartorius Stedim Biotech GmbH, Germany, 4IDT Biologika GmbH, Germany, 5University of Applied Sciences Mittelhessen, Germany, 6Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany
[P1.024]
Dynamic filtration with a rotating disk for effective microalgae harvesting
K. Kim*1,2, D. Kim2, J-I. Han2, Y.K. Chang1,2
1Advanced Biomass R&D Center, Republic of Korea, 2Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Republic of Korea
[P1.025]
Novel materials for airborne virus filtration
L. Lebrun*, Q.T. Nguyen, G. Tiliket, M. Catel-Ferreira
University of Rouen, France
[P1.026]
Countercurrent staged diafiltration for the continuous formulation of therapeutic proteins
A. Nambiar, Y. Li, A. Zydney*
The Pennsylvania State University, USA
[P1.027]
New porous polymer networks for CO2 capture
B. Lopez-Iglesias1, C. Aguilar-Lugo2, F. Suarez-García3, C. Bartolome1, A. Gonzalez-Ortega1, J.M. Martinez-Ilarduya1, A.E. Lozano1,2, C. Alvarez*2, J.G. de la Campa2
1University of Valladolid, Spain, 2Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), Spain
[P1.028]
Bark-derived nanocellulose membranes for CO2 separation
H. Alvarez-Uribe*, R. Farnood
University of Toronto, Canada
[P1.029]
Non-porous membrane contactors using phase change solvents for post-combustion CO2 capture
L. Ansaloni*, H.K. Knuutila, L. Deng
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
[P1.030]
Dual-phase membranes for flue temperature CO2 separation
M.R. Cerón*, P.G. Campbell, M.A. Worsley
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA
[P1.031]
High performance nanocellulose-based facilitated transport membranes for CO2 capture
Z.D. Dai*, A. Ansaloni, L.Y. Deng
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway
[P1.032]
Ionic liquids supported by porous membranes for CO2/N2 gas separation applications
J. Grünauer1, S. Shishatskiy1, C. Abetz1, V. Filiz*1, V. Abetz1,2
1Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Germany, 2University of Hamburg, Germany
[P1.033]
Polyurethane membranes for CO2 capture
M. Sadeghi, A.P. Isfahani*
Isfahan University of Technology, Iran
[P1.034]
CO2 capture with novel CNT/PEI hollow fiber membrane gas adsorber
L. Keller*1,2, B. Ohs2, M. Wessling1,2
1DWI - Leibniz Institute for Interactive Materials, Germany, 2RWTH Aachen University, Germany
[P1.035]
CO2 separation properties of novel dual-phase membranes based on molten hydroxides
S. Katta1, M.R. Ceron2, S. Nandakumar1, M. Monte1, M. Worsley2, M. Merrill3, P.G. Campbell2, S. Kim*1
1University of Illinois at Chicago, USA, 2Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA, 3Luna Innovations Inc., USA
[P1.036]
KTFSI as CO2 carrier in thin-film polymer electrolyte for facilitated transport membrane
S.J. Lee*1, S.C. Park1, J.H. Lee2, S.W. Kang3, Y.S. Kang1
1Hanyang University, Republic of Korea, 2Korea Institute of Energy Research, Republic of Korea, 3Sangmyung University, Republic of Korea
[P1.037]
Fabrication and evaluation of double network ion gel membranes for CO2/N2 separation at elevated temperature and humid condition
F. Ranjbaran*, E. Kamio, H. Matsuyama
Kobe University, Japan
[P1.038]
Treatment or direct use of a hypersaline brine, extracted from a potential CO2 geological sequestration site, by membrane distillation and forward osmois
H.S. Salih*, J.L. Li, S.D. Dastgheib
University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, USA
[P1.039]
Scale-up and field test of amine-containing membranes for CO2 capture from flue gas
W. Salim*, V. Vakharia, D. Wu, Y. Chen, L. Zhao, Y. Han, W.S.W. Ho
The Ohio State University, USA
[P1.040]
New fabrication methods for high performance CO2 capture membranes
M. Sandru*1, P.M. Stenstad1, E.M. Sandru1, T.J. Kim1, L. Deng2, J. Deng2
1SINTEF, Norway, 2NTNU, Norway
[P1.041]
CO2 capture by polymeric membranes containing amines: Interplay between structures and CO2 separation properties
I. Taniguchi
Kyushu University, Japan
[P1.042]
Polyvinylbenzyl chloride-based polymers as a pathway to facile poly(ionic liquids) for CO2 capture
D. Nikolaeva1, E. Sheridan2, M. Sandru2, I. Azcune3, A. Genua3, M. Tanczyk4, M. Jaschik4, K. Warmuzinski4, I.J.F. Vankelecom*1
1KU Leuven, Belgium, 2SINTEF, Norway, 3IK4-CIDETEC Research Centre, Spain, 4ICE-PAS, Poland
[P1.043]
Structural characterization and carbon dioxide transport of polyetherimide/ ionic liquids membranes
P. Vedovello*, C. Paranhos
Universidade Federal de São Carlos, Brazil
[P1.044]
Enhancement of CO2 capture by polyether-based polyurethane membranes
A. Pournaghshband Isfahani1,2, B. Ghalei2, E. Sivaniah2, M. Sadeghi1, K. Wakimoto*2
1Isfahan University of Technology, Iran, 2Kyoto University, Japan
[P1.045]
Remediation of naphthenic acids from high TDS water using iron oxide functionalized membrane catalyzed oxidation and nanofiltration based separation
A. Aher*1, A. Colburn1, E. Hatakeyama2, P. Prakash2, B. Weaver3, D. Bhattacharyya1
1University of Kentucky, USA, 2Chevron Corporation, USA, 3Nanostone Corporation, USA
[P1.046]
Low-fouling membranes for membrane bioreactors in Lake Victoria Basin
A. Figoli*1, F. Galiano1, S.I. Bouhadjar4, E. Gukelberger4, G. De Luca1, M. Carraro2, M. Bonchio1,2, R. Mancuso3, L. Giorno1, B. Gabriele3, J. Hoinkis4 et al
1ITM-CNR, Italy, 2Univ. of Padova, Italy, 3University of Calabria, Italy, 4Karlsruhe Univ. of Applied Sciences, Germany
[P1.047]
Low temperature synthesis of anatase/rutile TiO2 nanoparticles on a polyethersulfone membrane for photocatalysis
K. Fischer*, D. Rosen, A. Gawel, A. Prager, A. Schulze
Leibniz Institute of Surface Modification, Germany
[P1.048]
High efficiency of gel-trapped palladium nanoparticles on a polymeric catalytic membrane reactor in Suzuki-Miyaura reaction
M. López Viveros*1, M. Gómez2, I. Favier2, J-F. Lahitte1, J-C. Remigy1
1Laboratoire de Génie Chimique, France, 2Laboratoire de Hétérochimie Fondamentale et Appliquée, France
[P1.049]
Pamam templated N,Pt co-doped TiO2 for visible light photodegradation of brilliant black
S. Nzaba*, B. Ntsendwana, B. Mamba, A. Kuvarega et al
University of South Africa, South Africa
[P1.050]
Electrostatic assembly of polyoxometate onto polymer brushes-coated poly(vinyldene fluoride) membranes
D.S. Zhang, Y.H. Huang, H. Tang, J.H. Qiu*
Guangxi Normal Univerisity, China
[P1.051]
Pore functionalized PVDF membranes with in-situ synthesized metal nanoparticles: Material characterization, and toxic organic degradation
H. Wan*, N.J. Briot, A. Saad, L. Ormsbee, D. Bhattacharyya
University of Kentucky, USA
[P1.052]
Prevention of fouling by colloidal particles in crossflow microfiltration
K. Akamatsu*, R. Makabe, S. Nakao
Kogakuin University, Japan
[P1.053]
Component testing and optimization of switchable polarity solvent forward osmosis (SPS FO) technology
B. Adhikari*, C.J. Orme, M.G. Jones, D.S. Wendt, A.D. Wilson
Idaho National Laboratory, USA
[P1.054]
Hybrid membrane inter-stage design (HID) for brackish water reverse osmosis
M. Aghajani*1, A. Ghassemi2
1University of Colorado Boulder, USA, 2New Mexico State University, USA
[P1.055]
Using heat-pump for simultaneous air-conditioning and fresh water production by membrane distillation: Performance prediction
A.T. Diaby1,2, P. Byrne*1, P. Loulergue1, B. Balannec1, A. Szymczyk1, T. Maré1, O. Sow2
1Université de Rennes 1, France, 2Université Cheikh Anta Diop, Senegal
[P1.056]
Investigation on the eco-friendly brine disposal method of desalination processes: With reverse osmosis-basis processes
S.H. Chae*1, J.H. Kim2, Y.M. Kim3, J.H. Kim1
1Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Republic of Korea, 2Water Research Center, K-water Research Institute, Republic of Korea, 3Center for Membrane, Republic of Korea
[P1.057]
3D porous nanocrystals embedded graphene membrane for water purification
K. Guan*, J. Shen, J. Zhao, G. Liu, W. Jin
Nanjing Tech University, China
[P1.058]
Theoretical and experimental investigation on multistage submerged vacuum membrane distillation
Y.J. Choi*, Y.S. Jang, Y.H. Shin, J.H. Choi, S.H. Lee
Kookmin University, Republic of Korea
[P1.059]
Integration of membrane distillation as volume reduction technology for desalination brines management: Scaling limitations
G. Viader2, O. Casal1, E. Licon1, B. Lefevre2, N. Arespacochaga2, C. Echevarria2, C. Valderrama1, J.L. Cortina*1,2
1Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), Spain, 2Water Technology Center (CETaqua), Spain
[P1.060]
Coaxially electrospun amphiphobic silica-based membrane for anti-surfactant-wetting membrane distillation
Y-X. Huang*1, Z. Wang1, D. Hou2, S. Lin1
1Vanderbilt University, USA, 2Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
[P1.061]
Energy consumption for semi-batch RO desalination
T. Lee*, A. Rahardianto, Y. Cohen
UCLA, USA
[P1.062]
A control methodology for the seasonal variation of seawater quality to optimize VFD, pump and ERD efficiency in reverse osmosis process
S.J. Lim*, J.H. Kim
Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea
[P1.063]
Numerical and experimental study of concentration and temperature polarization in 2-D direct contact membrane distillation systems
J. Lou*, C. Marks, J. Vanneste, C. Bellona, T. Cath, S. DeCaluwe, N. Tilton
Colorado School of Mines, USA
[P1.064]
Submerged Membrane Distillation Crystallization for Seawater Reverse Osmosis Brine Treatment
Y. Choi1, G. Naidu*1, S. Jeong1, S. Lee2, A.G. Fane3, S. Vigneswaran1
1University of Technology Sydney, Australia, 2Kookmin University, Republic of Korea, 3Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
[P1.065]
Effect of feed spacer thickness on the fouling behavior in reverse osmosis process - A pilot scale study
H.G. Park*1,2, K.J. Kim1, S.G. Cho1, Y.N. Kwon2
1Toray Chemical Korea Inc., Republic of Korea, 2Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), Republic of Korea
[P1.066]
Experimental investigation of the effect of electrospinning parameters on properties of superhydrophobic PDMS/PMMA membrane and its application in membrane distillation
L. Ren*, F. Xia, J. Shao, X. Zhang, J. Li
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
[P1.067]
Robust membranes for elevated temperature desalination
R.P. Singh*, K.A. Berchtold
Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
[P1.068]
Novel charge mosaic membranes and operational modes
G. Vaseghi*, G. Lipscomb
University of Toledo, USA
[P1.069]
Role of nanomaterials to enhance the performance of membranes for RO desalination
S.J. Zaidi*1, A.F. Ismail1
1Qatar University, Qatar, 2University Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia
[P1.070]
Reaction kinetics for microcystin -lr degradation by ozonation in a basic medium
J. Eke*, A. Bleha, I.C. Escobar
University of Kentucky, USA
[P1.071]
Arsenic removal from natural contaminated groundwaters
I. Fuoco1, C. Apollaro1, M. Chabane2,3, B. Gabriele1, R. Mancuso1, R. De Rose1, A. Criscuoli4, A. Figoli*4
1University of Calabria, Italy, 2University of Tlemcen, Algeria, 3Ctr Univ Naama, Algeria, 4ITM-CNR, Italy
[P1.072]
Novel functionalized electrospun nanofibrous membranes for virus adsorption in drinking water applications
S. Liegey*, R. Farnood
University of Toronto, Canada
[P1.073]
Development of integrated energy efficient membrane technologies for treatment of water in small communities
S.D. Mhlanga*1, L.N. Nthunya1, M.L. Masheane1, E.N. Nxumalo1, B.B. Mamba1, A.R. Verliefde2
1University of South Africa, South Africa, 2Ghent University, Belgium
[P1.074]
Removal of pharmaceutical and personal care products from drinking water by adsorption using a composite carbon nanoparticle – electrospun nanofiber membrane 
M.J. Soberman*, R.R. Farnood
University of Toronto, Canada
[P1.075]
Pilot study of nanofiltration membrane in drinking water treatment in China
J.Z. Xia*, K.C. Yu, Y.L. Chen
Beijing OriginWater Membrane, China
[P1.076]
Selective desalination of brackish water by electrodialysis for irrigation use
B. Cohen*, N. Lazarovitch, J. Gilron
Ben Gurion Univ., Israel
[P1.077]
Valorisation of dye chemical industrial brines by selectrodialysis to promote a circular economy scheme
M. Reig1, X. Vecino1, J. López1, C. Valderrama1, O. Gibert1,2, J.L. Cortina*1,2
1Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), Spain, 2Water Technology Center (CETaqua), Spain
[P1.078]
Poly(2,6-dimethyl-1,4-phenylene oxide) containing long-side-chain cations as hydroxide exchange membranes
L. Gao*, G.H. He, Y. Dai, X.M. Yan
Dalian University of Technology, China
[P1.079]
Treatment of fluoride solutions by electrodialysis with standard and mono-anion permselective membranes
M. Grzegorzek*, K. Majewska-Nowak
Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland
[P1.080]
Atmospheric plasma surface modification of hydrocarbon aromatic proton exchange membrane for vanadium redox flow battery
D.S. Hwang*1, T. Wang1, T. Chung1, S. Kim1, H. Park2, S.J. Moon2, S.H. Park2, Y.M. Lee2
1University of Illinois at Chicago, USA, 2Hanyang University, Republic of Korea
[P1.081]
Effect of natural organic matter and ionic composition on electricity generation from five natural salinity gradients using reverse electrodialysis
F. Liu*1, R.S. Kingsbury2, S. Zhu2, M.D. Armstrong2, D.F. Call1, O. Coronell2
1North Carolina State University, USA, 2The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
[P1.082]
Study of electrochemical effects on bio production of organic acid by electrodialysis separation
N. Nemestóthy*, P. Bakonyi, G. Tóth, L. Gubicza, K. Bélafi-Bakó
University of Pannonia, Hungary
[P1.083]
Low-cost nanoporous silica membrane for flow batteries
G.M. Newbloom*1,2, L.D. Pozzo1
1Membrion, Inc., USA, 2University of Washington, USA
[P1.084]
CO2 saturated water as two-phase flow for fouling control in reverse electrodialysis
J. Moreno2,3, N. de Hart2, M. Saakes2, K. Nijmeijer*1
1Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands, 2Wetsus, The Netherlands, 3University of Twente, The Netherlands
[P1.085]
Design of thin pore-filling membrane with low equivalent weight PFSA polymer for PEFCs
Y. Oshiba*1, J. Tomatsu1, T. Yamaguchi1,2
1Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology, Japan
[P1.086]
Direct measurement of electrokinetic energy conversion in Nafion membranes
D.N. Østedgaard-Munck*, J. Catalano, M. Kristensen, A. Bentien
Aarhus University, Denmark
[P1.087]
Effect of functional groups on the performances of polymeric ion exchange  membranes
C.H. Park*1, T-H. Kim2, S.Y. Nam3
1Gyeongnam National University of Science and Technology (GNTECH), Republic of Korea, 2University of Incheon, Republic of Korea, 3Gyeongsang National University, Republic of Korea
[P1.088]
Large-area boron-nitride-nanopore membranes for osmotic power harvesting
A. Pendse*1, S. Cetindag2, D.S. Hwang1, S. Behura1, V. Berry1, J. Shan2, S. Kim1
1University of Illinois, USA, 2Rutgers University, USA
[P1.089]
Synthesis of choline dihydrogen phosphate: Comparison of electrodialysis metathesis and bipolar membrane electrodialysis
T. Rottiers*, B. Van der Bruggen, L. Pinoy
KU Leuven, Belgium
[P1.090]
A novel strategy to construct highly stable anionic channels by fluorocarbon grafted polymers
J. Ran, L. Ding, L. Wu, T.W. Xu*
University of Science and Technology of China, China
[P1.091]
Selective electroseparation of an antimicrobial peptide from a slaughterhouse by-product for use as food preservative on meat
R. Przybylski1, L. Firdaous1, L. Bazinet*2, M. Kouach3, J.F. Goossens3, P. Dhulster1, N. Nedjar1
1Université de Lille, France, 2Université Laval, Canada, 3Centre Universitaires de Mesures et Analyses, France
[P1.092]
Highly hydrophobic electrospun reduced-graphene oxide/polyvinylidene fluoride-co-hexafluoropropylene membrane for membrane distillation
T. Chen*1, A. Soroush2, M.S. Islam1, W. Ma1, M.S. Rahaman1
1Concordia University, Canada, 2University of Minnesota, USA
[P1.093]
Innovative membrane concepts enabled by specialty polymers
E. Di Nicolò*4, P. Campanelli4, A. Figoli1, H. Matsuyama2, R. Lanfranco3
1Institute on Membrane Technology (ITM-CNR), Italy, 2Center for Membrane and Film Technology, Japan, 3Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy, 4Solvay Specialty Polymers, Italy
[P1.094]
ZIF-8 layers derived by conversion of spray-coated ZnO layers
B. Reif, F. Fabisch*, M. Hartmann, W. Schwieger
Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany
[P1.095]
Unique features of membrane emulsification in microencapsulation of hydrophilic and lipophilic bioactive compounds
E. Piacentini, F. Bazzarelli, L. Giorno*
National Research Council of Italy, Italy
[P1.096]
Development of highly conductive and stable anion exchange membranes: The effect of conducting groups
T.H. Kim
Incheon National University, Republic of Korea
[P1.097]
Highly breathable, self-detoxifying carbon nanotube membranes for chemical and biological protection
H. Seol1, M. Worsley2, L. Ci3, J. Park3, S. Kim*1
1University of Illinois at Chicago, USA, 2Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA, 3Samsung Cheil Industries, USA
[P1.098]
Pushing the limits of polymeric membrane stability
B.A. Pulido*, S.P. Nunes
KAUST, Saudi Arabia
[P1.099]
Nitrogen-containing graphitic membrane for ion selective separation
J. Yin*, E. Herrera, J. Brophy, J. Hoberg, B. Parkinson, D. Li
University of Wyoming, USA
[P1.100]
Preparation of facilitated transport composite hollow fiber membrane for oxygen separation by t-Bu CoSalen
W. Choi*, P.G. Ingole, H.K. Lee, I.H. Baek
Korea Institute of Energy Research, Republic of Korea
[P1.101]
Effect of cellulose nano fibers on facilitated transport membranes for CO2 separation
D. Venturi, M. Giacinti Baschetti*
University of Bologna, Italy
[P1.102]
Development of CO2 selective facilitated transport membrane with polymerized ionic liquid-based hydrophilic gel layer
E. Kamio*, Y. Shirono, M. Tanaka, H. Matsuyama
Kobe University, Japan
[P1.103]
Lewis acidic water as a new carrier for facilitating CO2 transport
S.C. Park*1, I. Chae2, S.J. Lee1, M. Wessling2, Y.S. Kang1
1Hanyang University, Republic of Korea, 2DWI Leibniz-Institut fur Interaktive Materialien e.V. Aachen, Germany
[P1.104]
On the selective separation of CO2 and H2S by supported ionic liquid membranes: Effect of the support and anion structure
I.V. Vorotyntsev*, A.I. Akhmetshina, A.N. Petukhov, N.R. Yanbikov
Nizhny Novgorod State Technical University n.a. R.E. Alekseev, Russia
[P1.105]
Gas separation properties of membranes based on polymer ionic liquid gels
I.V. Vorotyntsev*, A.I. Akhmetshina, A. Mechergui
Nizhny Novgorod State Technical University n.a. R.E. Alekseev, Russia
[P1.106]
In-situ fouling control using integrally skinned flat sheet highly conductive polyaniline ultrafiltration membranes with polymer dopants
S. Shahid, L. Xu, A.K. Holda, J. Shen, D.A. Patterson, I. Amura*
University of Bath, UK
[P1.107]
Prevention of peptide fouling on ion-exchange membrane during electrodialysis by use of overlimiting conditions
M. Persico1, S. Mikhaylin1, A. Doyen1, L. Firdaous2, V. Nikonenko3, N. Pismenskaya3, L. Bazinet*1
1Université Laval, Canada, 2Université Lille, France, 3Kuban State University, Russia
[P1.108]
Impact of cation exchange membrane scaling nature on the electrochemical characteristics of membrane system
S. Mikhaylin1, E. Belashova2, N. Pismenskaya2, V. Nikonenko2, L. Bazinet*1
1Université Laval, Canada, 2Kuban State University, Russia
[P1.109]
Gypsum scaling behavior on virgin and organically pre-fouled reverse osmosis membranes
J. Benecke*, F. Baur, M. Haas, M. Ernst
Hamburg University of Technology, Germany
[P1.110]
Fractionation and fouling behaviour of dissolved organic matter from full scale submerged membrane bioreactor
C. Jacquin1, B. Teychenne2, L. Lemee2, G. Lesage1, M. Heran1, D. Bouyer*1
1Montpellier University, France, 2Potiers University, France
[P1.111]
Mitigation of biofouling in osmotically-driven membrane process by quorum quenching technique
S.J. Choi*1, D.K. Park1, D.S. Jang1, A. Jang2, S. Kang1
1Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea, 2Sungkyunkwan University, Republic of Korea
[P1.112]
Control of membrane fouling due to colloidal silica and scale-forming ions by in-line air injection in direct contact membrane distillation (DCMD)
J.H. Choi*, Y.J. Choi, Y.S. Jang, Y.H. Shin, J.S. Sohn, S.H. Lee
Kookmin University, Republic of Korea
[P1.113]
Inhibition of bacterial attachment to silver nanoparticles and silver ion exchanged zeolites in cellulose acetate membranes
S. Beisl1, S.N. Monteiro2, R. Santos2, A.S. Figueiredo2,3, M.G. Sanchéz-Loredo4, M.A. Lemos2, F. Lemos2, M.N. de Pinho*2
1Technische Universität Wien, Austria, 2Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal, 3Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa, Portugal, 4Instituto de Metalurgia/Facultad de Ingeniería, Mexico
[P1.114]
Impact of nanoparticle aerosol fouling on composite membranes for water vapor transport applications
A. Engarnevis*1, R. Huizing2, S. Green1, S. Rogak1
1University of British Columbia, Canada, 2dPoint Technologies Inc., Canada
[P1.115]
A novel approach for the preparation of self-cleaning membranes
F. Galiano1, M. Carraro2, O. Saoncella1, R. Mancuso3, M. Bonchio2,1, J. Hoinkis4, B. Gabriele3, A. Figoli*1
1Institute on Membrane Technology (ITM-CNR), Italy, 2University of Padova, Italy, 3University of Calabria, Italy, 4Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences, Germany
[P1.116]
Highly permeable nanoporous block copolymer membranes by machine-casting on nonwoven supports: An upscalable route
X.S. Shi*, Z.G. Wang, Y. Wang
Nanjing Tech University, China
[P1.117]
Surfactant-stabilized oil separation from water using ultrafiltration and nanofiltration
D. Jassby*, X. Zhu
UC Riverside, USA
[P1.118]
Control of surface charge of nanofiltration membranes by graft polymerization and its effect on organic fouling
I. Lutzky, K. Rathinam, T. Coves, R. Kasher*
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
[P1.119]
Fouling-resistant ultrafiltration membranes prepared via co-deposition of dopamine/zwitterion composite coatings
A.Y. Kirschner*1, C.C. Chang2, S. Kasemset1, T. Emrick2, B.D. Freeman1
1University of Texas at Austin, USA, 2University of Massachusetts at Amherst, USA
[P1.120]
Fouling control in ceramic nanofiltration membranes; prolonging chemical cleaning
F.C. Kramer*, R. Shang, S.G.J. Heijman, L.C. Rietveld
TU Delft, The Netherlands
[P1.121]
Understanding the role of colloidal nanoparticle surface chemistry on membrane fouling
A. Malakian*, L. Boateng, S. Sarupria, D. Ladner, S. Husson
Clemson University, USA
[P1.122]
In situ observation of membrane fouling during crossflow membrane filtration using Micro-Particle Image Velocimetry (MicroPIV)
B.Y. Meng*, X.Y. Li
The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
[P1.123]
Understand fouling's mechanisms: Application to membrane crystallization processes
M. Michaud*, C. Charcosset, D. Mangin, E. Chabanon
Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, France
[P1.124]
Forward osmosis membrane performance during simulated wastewater reclamation: Fouling mechanisms and fouling layer properties
M.M. Motsa*1, B.B. Mamba1, A.R.D. Verliefde2
1University of South Africa, South Africa, 2Ghent University, Belgium
[P1.125]
Early-stage detection of membrane fouling
I. Rafaniello*1, J. de Abajo3, T. Schäfer1,2
1Polymat University of the Basque Country, Spain, 2Ikerbasque Basque Foundation for Science, Spain, 3ICTP-CSIC, Spain
[P1.126]
Surface-induced silica mineralization during brackish water desalination
K. Rathinam*1, Y. Oren1, W. Petry2, D. Schwahn2, R. Kasher1
1Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel, 2Technische Universität München, Forschungs-Neutronenquelle Heinz Maier-Leibnitz (FRM II), Germany
[P1.127]
Observation of fouling layer on membrane distillation (MD) membrane using optical coherence tomography
Y.H. Shin*, Y.J. Choi, Y.S. Jang, J.H. Choi, J.S. Sohn, S.H. Lee
Kookmin University, Republic of Korea
[P1.128]
Comparative fouling performance of CA and TFC membrane under FO and under RO conditions of operation
F.A. Siddiqui*1,2, R.W. Field1
1University of Oxford, UK, 2Bahauddin Zakariya University, Pakistan
[P1.129]
Composite membrane with underwater-oleophobic surface for anti-oil-fouling membrane distillation
Z. Wang*1, D. Hou1,2, S. Lin1
1Vanderbilt University, USA, 2Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
[P1.130]
Electrodeionization for the production of bicarbonate enhanced algae growth
C.E. Atchley*, H.B. Ulusoy-Erol, Y. Lin, C. Hestekin, J. Hestekin
University of Arkansas, USA
[P1.131]
A study on the development of membrane cleaning recovery rate evaluation method and device system
I.S. Yeo*, H. Kim, M.S. Shin, C.G. Park
Korea Testing Laboratory, Republic of Korea
[P1.132]
Biogenic silver nanocomposite membranes: A mini-review
X. Wu1,2, F. Fang1, R. Field3, J.J. Wu4, K.S. Zhang*1
1Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, 2University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, 3University of Oxford, UK, 4Dr., UK
[P1.133]
Fouling mechanism of ammonia nitrogen removal by nanofiltration membrane process
H.C. Zhu*1, Z.H. Mai1 et al
1Tongji University, China, 2Jiangxi Academy of Sciences, China
[P1.134]
Synthesis and gas transport properties of substituted bicyclodianhydride-based polyimides
M. Abdulhamid*, B. Ghanem, I. Pinnau
KAUST, Saudi Arabia
[P1.135]
Synthesis and gas transport properties of substituted bicyclodianhydride-based polyimides
M. Abdulhamid*, B. Ghanem, I. Pinnau
KAUST, Saudi Arabia
[P1.136]
CO2/CH4 gas separation improvement of 6FDA-ODA and 6FDA-ODA:DABA by chemical crosslinking
M.Z. Ahmad*1, H. Pelletier2, V. Martin-Gil1, V. Fila1
1University of Chemistry and Technology Prague, Czech Republic, 2École Nationale Supérieure des Industries Chimique, France
[P1.137]
Defect-free thin-film composite membranes using interfacial polymerization for gas- and liquid separations
Z. Ali*, F.A. Pacheco, Y. Wang, I. Pinnau
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia
[P1.138]
Thin-film composite membranes with improved mechanical robustness using small diameter carbon fibers
J. Idarraga-Mora*, P. Friedel, D. Ladner, S. Husson
Clemson University, USA
[P1.139]
Gas separation membranes made from UV crosslinking of aromatic poly(ether ether ketone)s
M. Puertas-Bartolome1, M.E. Dose2, P. Bosch1, B.D. Freeman2, J.E. McGrath3, J.S. Riffle3, A.E. Lozano1,4, J.G. de la Campa1, C. Alvarez*1
1Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), Spain, 2University of Texas at Austin, USA, 3Virginia Tech, USA, 4University of Valladolid, Spain
[P1.140]
Synthesis and evaluation of gas separation properties of the bulky groups contained polyurethane membranes
A. Fakhar1, M. Sadeghi1, M. Dinari1, H. Bazyar2, T. Mubita*3
1Isfahan University of Technology, Iran, 2University of Twente-Wetsus, The Netherlands, 3Wageningen University, The Netherlands
[P1.141]
Experimental determination and modelling of mixed gas CO2/CH4 sorption in HAB-6FDA polyimide precursor and corresponding thermally rearranged (TR) polymers
E. Ricci1, F.M. Benedetti*1, M.E. Dose2, M.G. De Angelis1, B.D. Freeman2, D.R. Paul2
1University of Bologna, Italy, 2University of Texas at Austin, USA
[P1.142]
Effect of relative humidity on the gas transport properties of PTMSP-based membranes
A. Fernández-Barquín1, R. Rea2, D. Venturi2, C. Casado-Coterillo*1, M. Giacinti Baschetti2, M.G. De Angelis2, A. Irabien1
1Universidad de Cantabria, Spain, 2Universita di Bologna, Italy
[P1.143]
Effect of water vapour in the performance of commercial PDMS hollow fibre membranes  for CO2 separation
A. Fernández-Barquín, C. Casado-Coterillo*, A. Irabien
Universidad de Cantabria, Spain
[P1.144]
Ultrapermeable 2-dimensional Polymers of Intrinsic Microporosity (PIMs)
B. Comesaña-Gándara*, N.B. McKeown et al
University of Edinburgh, UK
[P1.145]
Investigation of gas transport properties of hybrid ionomer-ionic liquids membranes
Z.D. Dai*, L. Ansaloni, L.Y. deng
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway
[P1.146]
Thermally rearranged membranes from a novel ortho-hydroxy polyimide (mHAB-6FDA): Diffusion ad sorption of gases, water vapour, permeability of humid gases and ageing
B. Comesana Gandara1,2, L. Ansaloni3,4, Y.M. Lee5, A. Lozano6, M.G. De Angelis*3
1Univ. de Valladolid, Spain, 2University of Edinburgh, UK, 3University of Bologna, Italy, 4NTNU, Norway, 5Hanyang University, Republic of Korea, 6CSIC, Spain
[P1.147]
Membranes of Polymers of Intrinsic Microporosity (PIM-1) modified by poly(ethylene glycol)
G. Bengtson, S. Neumann, V. Filiz*
Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Germany
[P1.148]
Synthesis of Silicalite-1 tubular membrane for separation of xylene isomers
K. Fujii*, N. Takagiwa, T. Sato, N. Itoh
Utsumoniya University, Japan
[P1.149]
Humid permeation of CO2 and hydrocarbons in Aquivion perfluorosulfonated ionomer membranes: Experimens and modelling
M. Giacinti Baschetti*, L. Olivieri, H. Aboukeila, G.C. Sarti
University of Bologna, Italy
[P1.150]
Development of hydrogen permselective membrane by using radiation-induced graft polymerization
S. Hasegawa*1, S. Sawada1, S. Azami2, T. Hagiwara2, Y. Maekawa1
1National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology, Japan, 2Saitama Institute of Technology, Japan
[P1.151]
Simultaneous removal of labile side groups and cross-linking to reduce the physical aging rate in poly(arylene-oxyindole)s membranes
H. Hernandez-Martinez*1, J. Ortiz-Espinoza1, F.A. Ruiz-Treviño1, M.G. Zolotukhin2, M.J. Aguilar-Vega3
1Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico, 2Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico, 3Centro de Investigación Científica de Yucatán, Mexico
[P1.152]
Ethyl cellulose/amino-functionalized hollow silica mixed matrix membranes for gas separation
S.H. Huang*1, C.H. Wu1, S.J. Tsai1, M.B.M.Y. Ang2, K.R. Lee2, J.Y. Lai2
1National Ilan University, Taiwan, 2Chung Yuan University, Taiwan
[P1.153]
Experimental study of gas permeation properties through organosilica membranes and evaluation of microporous structure
M. Kanezashi*, Y. Yoneda, K. Yamamoto, H. Nagasawa, J. Ohshita, T. Tsuru
Hiroshima University, Japan
[P1.154]
Novel solution-processable semi-alicyclic aromatic polyimide membranes: Synthesis, characterization, and gas separation properties
J.H. Kim*, B.J. Chang, S.Y. Moon
Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology, Republic of Korea
[P1.155]
Permeation behavior through a cosslinked thermally rearranged poly(benzoxazole-co-imde) (XTR-PBOI) asymmetric hollow fiber membranes in wet flue gas system
J.S. Kim*1, J.H. Lee2, J. Lee1, H.J. Jo1, J. Moon2, D. Lee1, W.J. Oh2, J. Yeo2, Y.M. Lee1
1Hanyang University, Republic of Korea, 2Korea Institute of Energy Research, Republic of Korea
[P1.156]
Copolyimide Membranes Incorporating Troger's Base (Co-PI-TBs) for Gas Separation
W.H. Lee*1, J.G. Seong1, Y. Zhuang1,2, Y.S. Do1, A.E. Lozano3, M.D. Guiver1,4, Y.M. Lee1
1Hanyang University, Republic of Korea, 2Hunan University, China, 3University of Valladoid, Spain, 4Tianjin University, China
[P1.157]
Highly polar polymers based on poly(1,3-dioxolane) for membrane CO2/N2 separation
J. Liu*1, H.B. Park2, H. Lin1
1The State University of New York, USA, 2Hanyang University, Republic of Korea
[P1.158]
New thermally rearranged materials made from o-alkoxy polyimides. Synthesis, characterization and evaluation as gas separation membranes
B. Lopez-Iglesias1, M. Puertas1, H. Park3, C. Bartolome1, A. Hernandez1, J.G. de la Campa2, Y.M. Lee3, C. Alvarez2, J.M. Martinez-Ilarduya1, A.E. Lozano*1,2, C. Aguilar-Lugo2
1University of Valladolid (UVa), Spain, 2Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), Spain, 3Hanyang University (HYU), Republic of Korea
[P1.159]
Novel facilitated transport membrane with cobalt salen complex-based ionic liquidas an O2 carrier
A. Matsuoka*, E. Kamio, T. Mochida, H. Matsuyama
Kobe University, Japan
[P1.160]
CO2 induced plasticization in glassy polymeric membranes for gas separation
M. Minelli*, S. Oradei, M. Fiorini, G.C. Sarti
University of Bologna, Italy
[P1.161]
Water sorption, dilation, and transport in polybenzimidazoles for gas separations
J. Moon*1, M. Galizia1, H. Borjigin2, R. Liu2, J. Riffle2, B. Freeman1, D. Paul1
1The University of Texas at Austin, USA, 2Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA
[P1.162]
Synthesis and characterization of novel cardo-containing copolyimide membranes for gas separation
S.Y. Nam*1, S.Y. Ha2, J.M. Lee3
1Gyeongsang National University, Republic of Korea, 2Airrane Co. Ltd, Republic of Korea, 3Aekyung Petrochemical Co. Ltd, Republic of Korea
[P1.163]
Synthesis of poly(ether ether ketone) based copolymer containing imidazolium group for gas separation
S.Y. Nam*1, B.N. Lee1, S.I. Han1, T.H. Kim2, E. Tocci3
1Gyeongsang National University, Republic of Korea, 2Incheon National University, Republic of Korea, 3ITM-CNR, Italy
[P1.164]
Gas permeability of mix matrix phosphazene polymer blends
C.J. Orme*, J.R. Klaehn, A.D. Wilson, J.S. McNally, J.J. Kane
Idaho National Laboratory, USA
[P1.165]
Plasticization suppression in poly(arylene-oxyindole)s membranes by promoting cross-linking at moderate thermal treatments
J. Ortiz-Espinoza*1, H. Hernández-Martínez1, F.A. Ruiz-Treviño1, M.G. Zolotukhin2, M.J. Aguilar-Vega3
1Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico, 2Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico, 3Centro de Investigación Científica de Yucatán, Mexico
[P1.166]
Preparation and characterization of thermally rearranged polybenzoxazole (TR-PBO) membranes from ortho-position functional group substituted polyimide precursors
H.J. Park*1, H.J. Jo1, Y.M. Lee1, A.E. Lozano2,3
1Hanyang University, Republic of Korea, 2ICTP-CSIC, Spain, 3UVa-CSIC Research Unit, Spain
[P1.167]
CO2- tolerant oxygen permabile dual-phase hollow fiber membrane for oxy-fuel combustion
S.H. Park1, J.C. Hun2, J.H. Park*1
1Dongguk University, Republic of Korea, 2Environment Circulation Energy Co., Ltd., Republic of Korea
[P1.168]
CO2 selective PolyActiveTM membrane: Gas permeation as a function of thickness, temperature, and applied pressure
M.M. Rahman*1, S. Shishatskiy1, J. Pohlmann1, J. Lillepärg1, C. Abetz1, V. Abetz1,2
1Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Institute of Polymer Research, Germany, 2University of Hamburg, Germany
[P1.169]
Ethylene/ethane and propylene/propane separation through Ag-*BEA membrane
M. Sakai*, N. Yasuda, M. Matsukata
Waseda University, Japan
[P1.170]
Oxidatively stable membranes for CO2 separation and H2 purification
V. Vakharia1, W. Salim*1, M. Gasda2, W.S.W. Ho1
1The Ohio State University, USA, 2Bloom Energy Corporation, USA
[P1.171]
Assessment of the design criteria on the vapor separation performances of membrane dryer
M.S. Shin*, M.J. Jeon, I.S. Yeo, Y.W. Jeon
Korea Testing Laboratory, Republic of Korea
[P1.172]
Effect of graphene oxide on physical aging of polymers in thin-film composite membranes
J.E. Shin*, S.K. Lee, H.B. Park
Hanyang University, Republic of Korea
[P1.173]
Selective gas transport in membranes based on two phase polymeric matrix
V.V. Teplyakov*1, S.Y. Markova1, I.N. Beckman1,2
1Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia, 2M.V.Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia
[P1.174]
Gas separation performance of supported carbon membranes prepared from polyetherimide as precursor
J.B.S. Hamm, A. Ambrosi, L.K. Schindel, K.M. Engel, L.D. Pollo, N.R. Marcilio, I.C. Tessaro*
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
[P1.175]
Novel single-step synthesis of polyorganosiloxanes-based membranes for hydrocarbons separation
A. Volkov*, E. Grushevenko, D. Bakhtin, I. Borisov
A.V.Topchiev Institute of Petrochemical Synthesis RAS, Russia
[P1.176]
Highly permeable TFC membranes for post-combustion CO2 capture
I. Borisov1, D. Bakhtin1, A. Rybakova1, S. Bazhenov1, V. Khotimskiy1, A. Volkov*1, P. Budd2, V. Volkov1
1A.V.Topchiev Institute of Petrochemical Synthesis, Russia, 2The University of Manchester, UK
[P1.177]
CVD synthesized ultrathin polymeric films for gas separation
M. Wang*1, N.D. Boscher1,2, K. Heinze3, A. Perrotta4, M. Creatore4, K.K. Gleason1
1Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, 2Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, Luxembourg, 3Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz, Germany, 4Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
[P1.178]
Ultrathin, conductive and fouling-resistant zwitterionic films synthesized via CVD
M. Wang*, P. Kovacik, K.K. Gleason
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
[P1.179]
Synthesis and preparation of PI-PEG hollow fiber membranes for gas separaiton
S.M. Woo*, J.W. Jo, J.H. Kim, S.Y. Nam
Gyeongsang National University, Republic of Korea
[P1.180]
Development of modified siloxane membrane materials for enhanced NGL recovery from natural gas
J. Yang*1, D. Harrigan1, J. Vaughn1, M. Vaidya2, V. Tammana2
1Aramco Services Company, USA, 2Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia
[P1.181]
Effect of tertiary amines and quaternary ammoniums on CO2/light gas separation properties in polysulfones
L. Zhu*1, D. Tian2, J. Jeon2, W. Jia1, C. Bae2, H. Lin1
1University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, USA, 2Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
[P1.182]
Bipolar membrane electrodialysis coupled with ultrafiltration to produce caseins from skim milk: Inhibition of membrane fouling and comparative life cycle assessment
S. Mikhaylin1, L. Patouillard2, M. Margni2, L. Bazinet*1
1Université Laval, Canada, 2École Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada
[P1.183]
Elucidating impact of testing conditions on membrane performance in forward osmosis: From coupon to element-scale
M. Chowdhury*, C. Cyr, B. Cash, J. Ren, K. Reimund, J. McCutcheon
University of Connecticut, USA
[P1.184]
Elucidating impact of testing conditions on membrane performance in forward osmosis: From coupon to element-scale
M. Chowdhury*, C. Cyr, B. Cash, J. Ren, K. Reimund, J. McCutcheon
University of Connecticut, USA
[P1.185]
Treatment of olive mill wastewaters using membrane filtration and photocatalytic membrane processes
M.C. Fraga1, S. Sanches1,2, R. Huertas1, V.J. Pereira2, J.G. Crespo*1
1Requimte/LAQV, Portugal, 2IBET, Portugal
[P1.186]
Pre-treatment process using forward osmosis (FO) for seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO)
B.C. Kim*, K.D. Park, M. Ju, J.S. Choi
Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology (KICT), Republic of Korea
[P1.187]
Novel Nanocellulosic Mixed Matrix Membrane from Woody Biomass Residues: Characterization
K. Kiper*1, J. Moore1, P. Crooks2, J. Hestekin1
1University of Arkansas, USA, 22University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, USA
[P1.188]
Ammonia removal from water by integrated dialysis process
O. Škorvan*1, M. Paidar1
1ASIO Ltd., Czech Republic, 2University of Chemistry and Technology, Czech Republic
[P1.189]
Stimuli-responsive biohybrid membranes for sustainable production
A.Y. Gebreyohannes1, L. Giorno3, P. Aimar2, I.F.J. Vankelecom*1
1KU Leuven, Belgium, 2UPS Toulouse III, France, 3ITM-CNR, Italy
[P1.190]
Towards the potential of absorbing pervaporation based on ionic liquids for gas mixture separation
I.V. Vorotyntsev*, A.A. Atlaskin, M.M. Trubyanov, A.N. Petukhov, V.M. Vorotyntsev
Nizhny Novgorod State Technical University n.a. R.E. Alekseev, Russia
[P1.191]
PicoHelix: DNA-templated ceramic nanofiltration membranes
T. Bantegui*, J. Duke, J. Hutchinson, M. Hodgins, C. Tapley, T. Kirkmann
Cerahelix, Inc, USA
[P1.192]
An elegant characterization model for inorganic membranes subject to Knudsen and surface diffusion transportation regimes
D. Carter*, H. Tezel, B. Kruczek
University of Ottawa, Canada
[P1.193]
Metal-pvdf and metal-polysulfone composite membranes
M.J. Detisch*, T.J. Balk, D. Bhattacharyya
University of Kentucky, USA
[P1.194]
Effect of seeding procedure on structure and permeation properties of ZIF-8 membranes
N.H. Hara*, M.Y. Yoshimune, T.Y. Yamaki, Y.H. Hasegawa, H.N. Negishi
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan
[P1.195]
Applying pyrolysis atmosphere to trim nanopores evolved in carbonaceous matrix– examined by nanofiltration
Z. Xing1, Y-H. Ng1, S-W. Tay2, R. Oon1, L. Hong*1
1National University, Singapore, 2NUS, Singapore
[P1.196]
The effect of oxygen doping on gas transport property and chemical aging of carbon molecule sieve membranes
K.R. Lee, J.Y. Lai, C.C. Hu*
R&D Center for Membrane Technology, Taiwan
[P1.197]
Preparation and gas permeation property of triethoxyfluorosilane (TEFS) membrane with controlled silica network structure
M. Kanezashi*, T. Matsutani, H. Nagasawa, T. Tsuru
Hiroshima University, Japan
[P1.198]
Pore plugging synthesis and characterization of silicalite-1 membranes on tubular TiO2 supports
D.A. Kennedy, D. Carter, S. Wilson, F.H. Tezel, B. Kruczek*
University of Ottawa, Canada
[P1.199]
Role of defects on stability of highly propylene selective ZIF-8 membranes
M.J. Lee*, H.T. Kwon, H.K. Jeong
Texas A&M University, USA
[P1.200]
Randomly oriented MFI zeolite membranes for the pervaporation and vapor permeation separation of xylene mixture: A comparative study
F. Banihashemi, A.A. Babaluo, J.Y.S. Lin*
Sahand University of Technology, Iran
[P1.201]
Organic template free synthesis of high-silica CHA zeolite membrane for CO2-N2 separation
B. Liu*1, I. Kumakiri1, K. Tanaka1, X. Chen3, H. Kita1,2
1Yamaguchi University, Japan, 2Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth (RITE), Japan, 3Jiangxi Normal University, Japan
[P1.202]
Atmospheric-pressure plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition of silica membranes for gas separation
H. Nagasawa*, Y. Yamamoto, M. Kanezashi, T. Tsuru
Hiroshima University, Japan
[P1.203]
Novel low cost bio-ceramic hollow fibre membrane based hydroxyapatite derived from waste cow bone for efficient arsenic removal
S.K. Hubadillah, M.H.D. Othman*, A.F. Ismail, M. A Rahman, J. Jaafar
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia
[P1.204]
Development of robust zirconia based dual-phase membranes for oxy-fuel application
S. Pirou*, R. Kiebach, A. Bjørnetun Haugen, S. Ovtar, A. Kaiser, P.V. Hendriksen
Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
[P1.205]
Study of carbon molecular sieve membranes formation upon polyetherimide pyrolysis: Physicochemical characterization and molecular dynamics simulations
J.B.S. Hamm, A.R. Muniz, L.D. Pollo, I.C. Tessaro*, N.R. Marcilio
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
[P1.206]
Continuous flow processing of inorganic membranes on polymeric hollow fiber supports
S. Venna*1,2, A. Marti1,3, A. Sekizkardes1,3, S. Wickramanayake1,2, G. Dahe1,3, D. Hopkinson1
1National Energy Technology Laboratory, USA, 2AECOM, USA, 3Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education, USA
[P1.207]
Strengthening and strengthening mechanism of yttria-stabilized zirconia (YSZ) hollow fiber membranes by using vacuum sintering procedures
M. Yi*1, F. Guo1, G. Wang2, H. Cai1, P. Xiao1, X. Zhao1
1Shanghai Jiaotong University, China, 2China Nuclear Power Engineering &Technology Co. Ltd., China
[P1.208]
Characterization of porous titania-zirconia composite membrane materials prepared by using organic chelating ligands
T. Yoshioka*, Y. Sada, K. Nakagawa, T. Shintani, E. Kamio, H. Matsuyama
Kobe University, Japan
[P1.209]
The evaluation of permselectivity between same sign and same valence ions in the electrodialysis process
M. Chinen*, M. Yasukawa, M. Higa
Yamaguchi University, Japan
[P1.210]
Novel wholly aromatic anion exchange membrane based on thermal convertible hydrophobic units
H.P.R. Graha*1, S. Ando1,2, T. Yamaguchi1,2
1Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology, Japan
[P1.211]
Sorption of water and methanol on Teflon and hydrocarbon proton exchange membranes
C. He*1, F. Mighri1, M. Guiver2,3, S. Kaliaguine1
1Laval University, Canada, 2Tianjin University, China, 3Collaborative Innovation Center of Chemical, Canada
[P1.212]
The preparation and electrochemical properties of homogeneous anion-exchange composite membranes containing rubber additives
J.H. Kim*, B.J. Chang, S.Y. Moon
Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology, Republic of Korea
[P1.213]
Modification of heterogeneous ion-exchange membranes by aluminosilicate, fabrication and electrochemical characterization
J. Vladařová, P. Křižánek, I.D. Tvrzník*
MemBrain s.r.o., Czech Republic
[P1.214]
Enormous proton/vanadium selectivity for hydrophobic polymer membranes with intrinsic micropores for vanadium redox flow battery
I.S. Chae2, T. Luo2, G.H. Moon*1, W. Ogieglo2, Y.S. Kang1, M. Wessling2
1Hanyang University, Republic of Korea, 2DWI Leibniz-Institut für Interaktive Materialien e.V, Germany
[P1.215]
Evaluation of permselectivity for anions in an electrodialysis process using temperature-responsive anion-exchange membranes
K. Osawa*, M. Chinen, M. Yasukawa, M. Higa et al
Yamaguchi University, Japan
[P1.216]
Preparation of monovalent selective anion exchange membrane through constructing a covalently crosslinked interface by electro-deposition of polyethyleneimine
J.F. Pan*1, J.C. Ding1, C.J. Gao1, B.V. Bruggen2, J.N. Shen1
1Zhejiang University of Technology, China, 2KU Leuven, Belgium
[P1.217]
Deacidification of cranberry juice by electrodialysis: Impact on acid migration and protection of intestinal cell barrier integrity
L. Bazinet*1, E. Serre1, Y. Boutin2, M.E. Langevin3, F. Lutin3, K. Pedneault4, S. Lacour5
1Université Laval, Canada, 2TransBIOTech, Canada, 3Eurodia/ Ameridia Center, France, 4Quebec Agrifood Development Center, Canada, 5European Membrane Institute, France
[P1.218]
The ion exchange composite membrane improved the ion exchange capacity for Electro-adsorptive deionization process
T.Y. Son*1, J.S. Yun1, Y.T. Hong2, S.Y. Nam1, S.M. Woo1
1Gyeongsang National University, Republic of Korea, 2KRICT, Republic of Korea
[P1.219]
Preparation and characterization of Imidazolium-poly(ether ether ketone) anion exchange membrane
T.Y. Son*1, B.N. Lee1, C.H. Park2, T.H. Kim3, H.J. Kim4, S.Y. Nam1
1Gyeongsang National University, Republic of Korea, 2Gyeongnam National University of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea, 3Incheon National University, Republic of Korea, 4KIST, Republic of Korea
[P1.220]
Preparation of different sulfonated polyimides ion exchange membranes and their application in vanadium redox flow batteries
L.H. Wang*, Q. Chen
Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
[P1.221]
Preparation of ion exchange membranes for vanadium redox flow batteries by polybenzimidazole with different imidazole degree
L.M. Ding, L.H. Wang*, K.M. Feng, J.Y. Liu
Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
[P1.222]
Isoporous integral-asymmetric block copolymer membranes with high thermal and chemical stability and their post-functionalization
C. Höhme1, J. Hahn1, A. Meyer2, B. Bajer1, S. Rangou1, J. Clodt1, B. Lademann1, C. Abetz1, V. Filiz*1, V. Abetz1
1Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Germany, 2University of Hamburg, Germany
[P1.223]
Synthesis of high performance hydrophilic PVDF membranes
E. Folgado*1,2, M. Semsarilar1, V. Ladmiral2, D. Quemener1
1IEM (Institut Européen des Membranes), Université Montpellier, France, 2ENSCM (Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Montpellier ), France
[P1.224]
Preparation and characterization of membrane for purification of photoresist solution
I.C. Kim
Korea Research Instutue of Chemical Technology, Republic of Korea
[P1.225]
Polyamide thin film composite membrane fabrication on MPD impregnated PVDF support membrane
S.S. Kim*, S.Y. Lee
Kyung Hee University, Republic of Korea
[P1.226]
Miniturized reverse electrodialysis biobattery
E. Discepola*, J. Orton, G. Morrison, C. Hestekin, J. Hestekin
University of Arkansas, USA
[P1.227]
Isoporous surface from tailor-made and commercially accessible polymers
N. Noor*1, J. Koll1, C. Abetz1, H. Notzke1, V. Abetz1,2
1Helmhotz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Germany, 2Hamburg University, Germany
[P1.228]
Carbon dioxide removal using mixed matrix membranes with metal-organic frameworks supporting ionic liquids
A.R. Nabais1, A. Portela1, R.P.P.L. Ribeiro1, J.P.B. Mota1, I.M. Coelhoso1, J.G. Crespo*1, I.A.A.C. Esteves1, L.C. Silva2, L.A. Neves1
1LAQV, Requimte, FCT-UNL, Portugal, 2LAQV, Requimte, FS-UP, Portugal
[P1.229]
Reverse selectivity polynorbornenes: From synthesis and pure gas fundamentals to mixed gas rigor
B. Sundell*, J. Lawrence III, D. Harrigan, J. Vaughn
Aramco Services Company, USA
[P1.230]
A comprehensive understanding on the membrane formation via nonsolvent/thermally induced phase separation process based on a MS-DPD model. I. Effect of heat transfer on membrane structure
Y.H. Tang*1,2, H.H. Lin1, X.L. Wang1
1Tsinghua University, China, 2China University of Mining and Technology, China
[P1.231]
A comprehensive understanding on the membrane formation via nonsolvent/thermally induced phase separation process based on a MS-DPD model. II. Effect of mass transfer on membrane structure
Y.H. Tang1,2, H.H. Lin1, X.L. Wang*1
1Tsinghua University, China, 2China University of Mining and Technology, China
[P1.232]
High-performance polybenzimidazole(PBI) hollow fiber membrane for reverse osmosis (RO)
X. Wang*, I. Jayaweera
SRI International, USA
[P1.233]
Microporous polypropylene membranes via TIPS using eco-friendly binary diluents: Preparation and characteristic
Y.J. Wang*1,2, J.Y. Luan2, Z.P. Zhao1 et al
1Beijing Institute of Technology, China, 2SINOPEC, China
[P1.234]
Superhydrophobic co-axial electrospun nanofiber membranes for seawater desalination by direct contact membrane distillation
Y.C. Woo*1, M. Yao1, L.D. Tijing1, J-S. Choi2, H.K. Shon1
1University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Australia, 2Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology (KICT), Republic of Korea
[P1.235]
Preparation and characterization of ZrSPP/sulfonated polybenzimidazole pore-filling type proton exchange composite membrane
Q. Zhang, J. Zhao, R. Xu*, L.Y. Pan, J. Zhong
Changzhou University, China
[P1.236]
Zwitterion-functionalized block polymer membranes for water purification and desalination
Y.Y. Yang*, M.D.G. Green
Arizona State University, USA
[P1.237]
Effect of paromomycin on the states of water in poly(vinyl alcohol) nanocomposite hydrogel membranes
V. Bezerra da Silva*, C.M. Paranhos
Universidade Federal de São Carlos - UFSCar, Brazil
[P1.238]
Development of novel time-lag method for mixed gas permeation by on-line mass spectrometry
S.C. Fraga1, M. Monteleone2, E. Esposito2, J.C. Jansen2, J.G. Crespo1, C. Brazinha*1
1Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal, 2Institute on Membrane Technology, Italy
[P1.239]
Facile creation of dual super-lyophobic surfaces in solid-oil-water triphase systems from polyketone via phase inversion
L. Cheng*1, A.R. Shaikh1, L-F. Fang1, D.M. Wang2,3, H. Matsuyama1, S. Jeon1, D. Saeki1
1Kobe University, Japan, 2National Taiwan University, Taiwan, 3Chung Yuan University, Taiwan
[P1.240]
3D morphological characterization of the polyamide active layer of RO and NF membranes using TEM and soft X-ray scattering
T. Culp*1, M. Paul2, A. Roy2, S. Rosenberg2, M. Behr2, M. Kumar1, E. Gomez1
1Pennsylvania State University, USA, 2The Dow Chemical Company, USA
[P1.241]
Enhanced plasticization resistance from the thermal cross-linking of novel Diaminophenylindane (dapi) containing polyimides
M.E. Dose*1, I. Hubacek2, D.R. Paul1, B.D. Freeman1
1The University of Texas at Austin, USA, 2Dottikon Exclusive Synthesis AG, Switzerland
[P1.242]
Gas transport properties of novel fluorinated poly- and copolyaramides
M.O. González-Díaz*1,2, J.M. Pérez-Francisco2, W. Kao-Herrera2, M.I. Loria-Bastarrachea2, M. Aguilar-Vega1,2
1Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología, Mexico, 2Centro de Investigación Científica de Yucatán A. C., Mexico
[P1.243]
Quantitatively analyze interspace of meso-/nonporous composite membranes via capillary flow porometer
H.F. Guo
Alfalaval, Denmark
[P1.244]
Variability in morphology of polyamide active layers on thin film composite membranes
S.B. Hornsby*, L.H. Arias Chavez
Tennessee Technological University, USA
[P1.245]
A novel method for the analysis of mixed gas diffusion in polymers of intrinsic microporosity
J.C. Jansen*1, M. Monteleone1, A. Fuoco1, C. Rizzuto1, E. Tocci1, C. Brazinha2, S. Fraga2, J.G. Crespo2, M. Carta3, I. Rose3 et al
1Institute on Membrane Technology, Italy, 2Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal, 3University of Edinburgh, UK, 4University of Chemistry and Technology, Czech Republic, 5University of Manchester, UK, 6Ahi Evran University, Turkey
[P1.246]
A new characterization method based on continuous monitoring of the apparent upstream and downstream time-lags
N. Al-Qasas, J. Thibault, B. Kruczek*
University of Ottawa, Canada
[P1.247]
Polymeric membrane microstructure analysis by PALS
K.R. Lee
Chung Yuan University, Taiwan
[P1.248]
Optimizations of fabrication parameters of polyimide-based organic solvent nanofiltration with PEG additions by response surface methodology and characterizations by a new method
J.C.T. Lin*, Y.H. Tseng
Feng Chia University, Taiwan
[P1.249]
The characterization of surface charge for hollow fiber membranes: Challenges and solutions
V. Regorsek1, T. Luxbacher*2, H. Buksek1, I. Petrinic1
1University of Maribor, Slovenia, 2Anton Paar GmbH, Austria
[P1.250]
Modeling and simulation of electromembranes for separation of inorganic micropollutants from water: Towards optimization of the membranes
M.L. Masheane*1,2, A.R. Verliefde2, B.B. Mamba1, D. Dlamini1, S.D. Mhlanga1
1University of South Africa, South Africa, 2Ghent University, Belgium
[P1.251]
Polyethersulfone and polystyrene sulfonate-grafted polyethersulfone membranes fabricated using different solvent ratios/composition
K.P. Matabola*1, K. Sikhwivhilu1, M.F. Bombo1, M.R. Moutloali2,1
1Mintek, South Africa, 2University of Johanesburg, South Africa
[P1.252]
Tempo-oxidized nano cellulose membranes: A green chemistry approach to the modification of a novel material
J.P. Moore*, K. Roberts, P. Crooks, J. Hestekin
University of Arkansas, USA
[P1.253]
Preparation and Characterization of membrane with PVDF-diluent mixtures using thermally induced phase separation(TIPS) process
S.Y. Nam*1, J.W. Lee1, S.J. Kim1, J.Y. Jang2
1Gyeongsang National University, Republic of Korea, 2PURE-ENVITECH Co. Ltd, Republic of Korea
[P1.254]
Effect of film thickness on morphology and gas transport properties in ultrathin films of cellulose acetates
H. Nguyen*, H. Lin
University at Buffalo, USA
[P1.255]
A novel approach to Liquid Liquid Displacement Porometry (LLDP) for the characterisation of micro and nanopores
A. Serner1, K. van der Kamp1, D. Pattyn1,2, A. Odena*1,2
1IB-FT GmbH, Germany, 2POROMETER nv, Belgium
[P1.256]
How micro-waves can be used to study the long term stability of a polymer membrane
M. Rabiller-Baudry*, C. Lepéroux, J. Girard, P. Loulergue
Université de Rennes 1, France
[P1.257]
Characterisation of the fouling of an ultrafiltration polyethersulfone membrane fouled by an emulsion modelling lipids issued from Microalgae
V. Drevet1, S. Liu2, E. Clavijo Rivera2, L. Villafaña López2, M. Frappart2, E. Couallier2, A. Szymczyk1, M. Rabiller-Baudry*1
1Université de Rennes 1, France, 2Université de Nantes-CNRS, France
[P1.258]
Direct microscopic observation of interfacial polymerization in a microfluidic channel
B. Ukrainsky, G.Z. Ramon*
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
[P1.259]
The role of polyamide morphology in determining contact angle variability
P. Ranjan*, S.B. Hornsby, L.H. Arias Chavez
Tennessee Technological University, USA
[P1.260]
A geophysical approach to studying porous membrane structure and predicting intrinsic permeability
D.L. Shaffer*, C.M. Stafford, G.R. Stafford, C.L. Soles, E.P. Chan
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), USA
[P1.261]
Fundamental characterization studies of grafted hydrophobic brush membranes
M. Sorci*, J.J. Keating, G. Belfort
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
[P1.262]
Permeation parameters of lower hydrocarbons through polydimethylsiloxane-based membranes and other commercial ones: Complex evaluation and analysis
V.V. Zhmakin, V.V. Teplyakov*
A.V.Topchiev Institute of Petrochemical Synthesis RAS, Russia
[P1.263]
The effect of crosslinking conditions on the characteristics of ion-exchange membranes prepared from PVA-based blockcopolymers
T. Uchimura*, Y. Ono, M. Yasukawa, M. Higa
Yamaguchi University, Japan
[P1.264]
Chemical stability of membranes: Electrochemical approach
M. Mertens, A. Gebreyohannes, V. Verjans, I. Vankelecom*
KU Leuven, Belgium
[P1.265]
Performance of Hollow Fiber Nanofiltration (hfnf) system to remove manganese and iron from domestic groundwater supply
M. Haddad*1, P.R. Bérubé2, T. Ohkame3, N. Taniguchi3, B. Barbeau1
1Polytechnique de Montreal, Canada, 2University of British Colombia, Canada, 3TOYOBO Research Center, Japan
[P1.266]
Compression molding process modified polybenzimidazole composite
S.M. Woo*1, M.K. Jeong1, H.J. Kin2, S.Y. Nam1
1Gyeongsang National University, Republic of Korea, 2KIST, Republic of Korea
[P1.267]
Properties of polyethylene hollow fiber precursors prepared by various stretching methods
S.M. Woo*1, Y.S. Chung2, S.Y. Nam1
1Gyeongsang National University, Republic of Korea, 2Puremem Co. Ltd., Republic of Korea
[P1.268]
Study on modified graphene oxide/sulfonated polybenzimidazole proton exchange composite  membrane
Q. Zhang, L.Y. Pan, R. Xu*, J. Zhao, J. Zhong
Changzhou University, China
[P1.269]
Development of ethenylene-bridged organosilica membranes for reverse osmosis
R. Xu*, W. Jiang, M. Guo, L. Qi, Q. Zhang, J. Zhong
Changzhou University, China
[P1.270]
Characterization of microporous ECTFE membranes exposed to different liquid media and γ-radiation and nanoparticle microfiltration through such membranes
N. Yao*1, J. Chau1, E. Elele1, B. Khusid1, K. Sirkar1, D. Dehn2
1New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA, 23M Corporate Research Process laboratory, USA
[P1.271]
Effect of gas molecular properties on characterization of microporous membrane structures based on the modified GT model: Molecular dynamics study
T. Yoshioka*1, K. Tamaoki2, H. Nagasawa2, M. Kanezashi2, T. Tsuru2
1Kobe University, Japan, 2Hiroshina University, Japan
[P1.272]
Structural characterization of 2-D metal-organic framework nanosheets for gas separation
X. Zhang*, J. Zha
Pennsylvania State University, USA
[P1.273]
Explorations of combined TIPS and NIPS (N-TIPS) method for development of novel PVDF/PTFE hollow fiber membranes
J. Zhao*, L. Shi, R. Wang
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore