PROGRAM

ADVANCED MEMBRANE TECHNOLOGY

October 14 - 19, 2001
Il Ciocco Conference Center

Castelvecchio Pascoli (near Barga), Italy
Phone: 39-0583-719-1 - Fax: 39-0583-723-197

Chair
Dr. Norman N. Li
NL Chemical Technology, Inc., USA

Co-Chairs
Prof. Enrico Drioli
University of Calabria, Italy
Prof. William J. Koros
University of Texas, Austin, USA

United Engineering Foundation, Inc.
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New York, N.Y. 10016-5902
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The Conference Co-Chairs would like to thank the following for their support:

Ausimont SpA
De Nora Technologie Elettrochimiche S.p.A.
DuPont/Air Liquide
National Science Foundation
Procter & Gamble Italia S.p.A. - Italia Research Center
University of Kentucky

Sunday, October 14, 2001

17:00 - 19:00 Registration

19:00 - 20:30 Dinner

20:30 - 20:45 Welcome Remarks
Dr. Norman Li, Conference Chair
Dr. Herman Bieber, UEF Liaison

20:45 - 22:00 Reception

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS
All meals will be served in the dining room except for Thursday's dinner
All technical sessions, coffee breaks and social hours locations will be announced on site
UEF Conferences are smoke-free. Please do not smoke at any conference function.
Please turn off (or turn to vibrate) your cell phone during technical sessions

Monday, October 15, 2001

07:30 - 08:15 Breakfast Buffet (Dining Room)

08:15 - 08:30 Conference Chair's Opening Remarks

08:30 - 12:00 MEMBRANE CONTACTORS
Session Co-Chairs: Dr. Enrico Drioli, University of Calabria, ITALY and
Dr. Kamalesh K. Sirkar, New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA

MM1 - Membrane Evaporative Cooling
Sidney Loeb, ISRAEL

MM2 - Novel Immobilized Liquid Membranes for Gas/Vapor Separation
A. Sarma Kovvali, Gordana Obuskovic, Hua Chen, Sudipto Majumdar and Kamalesh K. Sirkar*
Center for Membrane Technologies, Department of Chemical Engineering, Chemistry & Environmental Science, New Jersey Institute of Technology, NJ, USA

10:00 - 10:30 Coffee Break

MM3 - Application of Hollow Fiber Membrane Contactors for the Catalyst Recovery of the Wet Peroxide Oxidation Process
A. M. Urtiaga*, C. Muela, L. Gonzalez, I. Ortiz, Department of Ingenieria Quimica, Universidad de Cantabria, SPAIN

MM4 - Membrane Contactors in Beverage Industry for Controlling the Water Gas Composition
A. Criscuoli* and Enrico Drioli, Research Institute on Membranes and Modeling of Chemical Reactors (IRMERC-CNR), University of Calabria, ITALY

12:00 - 13:30 Lunch or Pick up boxed lunch

13:30 - 17:00 Free Time/Optional Trip to Barga - (sign up on site; pay hotel directly -
modest bus fee)

17:00 - 17:30 Afternoon Coffee

17:30 - 20:00 MEMBRANE FORMATION AND NEW MATERIALS
Session Co-Chairs: Dr. W.S. Winston Ho, University of Kentucky, USA and
Dr. John A. Quinn, University of Pennsylvania, USA

ME1 - Preparation of Nano-structured Polymeric Proton Conducting Membranes and Their Use in Fuel Cells
Giulio Alberti*, M. Casciola and M. Pica, Department of Chemistry, Perugia University, Perugia, ITALY

ME2 - Mixed Matrix Membranes Development
Santi Kulprathipanja, UOP LLC, Des Plaines, Illinois, USA

ME3 - High Performance Perfluoropolymer Films and Membranes
Vincenzo Arcella* and Giulio Tommasi
Ausimont SpA, CRS, ITALY

20:00 - 21:30 Dinner

21:30 - 22:30 Social Hour

Tuesday, October 16, 2001

07:30 - 08:15 Breakfast Buffet (Dining Room)

08:30 - 12:00 MEDICAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL APPLICATIONS
Session Co-Chairs: Dr. Andrew Zydney, University of Delaware, USA and Dr. W. Richard Bowen, University of Wales, UNITED KINGDOM

TM1 - From Protein Sequence to Membrane Process Performance
W. Richard Bowen* and Paul M. Williams, Department of Chemical & Biological Process Engineering, University of Wales, UNITED KINGDOM

TM2 - Enhanced Ultrafiltration and High Performance Tangential Flow Filtration of Human Pharmaceutical Proteins
Robert van Reis*, Benedicte Lebreton, Vassia Tegoulia and Arick Brown
Genentech, Inc., USA

10:00 - 10:30 Coffee Break

TM3 - Effects of Membrane Pore Structure/Morphology on Protein Fouling During Microfiltration
Andrew Zydney*
Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Delaware, USA

TM4 - Current Trends and Unmet Needs in Hemodialysis 2001
Norma J. Ofsthun*
Fresenius Medical Care, USA

12:00 - 13:30 Lunch

14:00 - 16:00 Ad hoc Session I
ADVANCES AND FUTURE OUTLOOK OF MEMBRANES AND MEMBRANE PROCESSES
Session Co-Chairs: Dr. D. Bhattacharyya, University of Kentucky, USA, and
Dr. William Eykamp, Consultant, USA

14:00 - 15:15 ADI-1 - Advances in Synthetic Membranes and Emerging Applications
Norman N. Li, NL Chemical Technology, Inc. USA

15:15 - 16:00 ADI-2 - Membrane Separation Processes, Their Present Relevance and
Future Opportunities
H. Strathmann, University of Stuttgart, GERMANY

16:00 - 17:30 POSTER SESSION (Afternoon coffee served in poster area)
Co-Chairs: Dr. Glenn G. Lipscomb, University of Toledo, USA, Dr. Marianne Nystrom, Lappeenranta University of Technology, FINLAND, and Prof. Benhui (Benjamin) Sun, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, CHINA

17:30 - 20:00 INORGANIC MEMBRANES
Session Co-Chairs: Dr. Yi Hua Ma, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA, Dr. Donald J. Stookey and Dr. Steven R. Auvil, Air Products and Chemicals, Inc., USA

TE1 - Ceramic Oxygen Transport Membranes for Syngas Production
Terry Mazanec*
BP, Naperville, IL, USA

TE2 - Preparation and Characterization of Thin Composite Palladium Membranes for Hydrogen Separation and Reaction Applications
Yi Hua Ma* and Ivan Mardilovich
Center for Inorganic Membrane Studies, Department of Chemical Engineering, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA

TE3 - Manufacturing of Ceramic Hollow Fiber Membranes from an Industrial Point of View
S. Tudyka*, A. Urbahn, K. Gerlach and M. Micke
FILTERWERK MANN+HUMMEL GMBH, GERMANY

TE4 - Design and Characterization of Ceramic Membranes Exhibiting an Ordered Mesoporosity
André Ayral*, Christian Guizard and Louis Cot
Institut Européen des Membranes, UMR CNRS 5635, Université de Montpellier II CC047, FRANCE

20:00 - 21:30 Dinner

21:30 - 22:30 POSTER SESSION (continued) and Social Hour

Wednesday, October 17, 2001

07:30 - 08:15 Breakfast Buffet (Dining Room)

08:15 - 10:15 MEMBRANES FOR WATER TREATMENTS
Session Chair: Dr. Norman N. Li, NL Chemical Technology, Inc., USA, and
Dr. K. - V Peinemann, GKSS Research Center, GERMANY

WM1 - Functionalized Membranes for Water Treatment
Dibakar Bhattacharyya*, Stephen Ritchie, Kris Wood, David Meyer, and Leonidas Bachas
Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, University of Kentucky, USA

WM2 - Removal and Recovery of Metals by Supported Liquid Membranes with Strip Dispersion
W.S. Winston Ho*
Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, Center for Applied Energy Research, University of Kentucky, USA
Tarun K. Poddar and Bing Wang
Commodore Separation Technologies, Inc., USA

WM3 - Water Purification with Catalytically Active Membranes
Klaus V. Peinneman*, K. Ludtke, D. Fritsch
GKSS Research Center, Geesthacht, GERMANY
J. Klenine
University of Paderborn, GERMANY

10:15 - 10:45 Coffee Break

10:45 - 12:45 ELECTROMEMBRANES
Session Co-Chairs: Dr. Heiner Strathmann, GERMANY and Dr. Seung-Hyeon Moon,
Kwangju Institute of Science and Technology (K-JIST), KOREA

WE1 - Preparation and Characterization of Bipolar Membranes
Eric Da Silva*, Laurent Lebrun and Michel Métaye
Laboratoire P.B.M. - UMR 6522, Université de Rouen - Faculté des Sciences, FRANCE

WE2 - Material Transport through Charged Mosaic Membranes
Akira Yamauchi* and Takasi Fukuda
Chemistry Division, Graduate School of Science, Kyushu University, JAPAN

WE3 - Production of Organic Acids from Organic Acids Salts by Electro-Ion Substitution Reaction
Seung-Hyeon Moon*, Jae-Hwan Choi and Sung-Hye Kim
Department of Environmental Science and Engineering, Kwangju Institute of Science and Technology (K-JIST), KOREA

12:45 Lunch Pick up boxed lunch for those going to the trip

Free Time and Optional Trip to Lucca - (Sign up on site; pay hotel directly - modest bus fee)

20:00 - 21:30 Dinner

21:30 - 22:30 Social Hour

Thursday, October 18, 2001

07:30 - 08:15 Breakfast Buffet (Dining Room)

08:30 - 12:30 MEMBRANE REACTORS
Session Co-Chairs: Dr. Roger Ben Aim, Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Toulouse, FRANCE and Dr. Michael J. Semmens, University of Minnesota, USA

THM1 - Enzymatic Inorganic Membrane Reactor in Supercritical Media
D. Paolucci-Jeanjean*, M. P. Belleville and G. M. Rios
Institut Européen des Membranes, ENSCM / Université Montpellier II - CC 047, FRANCE

THM2 - Photocatalytic Membrane Reactor: a CSTR Disguised as a Packed Bed
David F. Ollis
Department of Chemical Engineering, North Carolina State University, USA

10:00 - 10:30 Coffee Break

THM3 - Solvent Resistant Nanofiltration in Liquid Phase Organic Synthesis Reactions
Andrew Livingston*, Dinesh Nair and Justin Scarpello
Department of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College, London, UNITED KINGDOM
Luisa Freitas dos Santos
GlaxoSmithKline
L. Steve White
W. R. Grace, UNITED KINGDOM

THM4 - Membrane Aerated Bioreactors: Design Considerations
Michael J. Semmens* and Alina Christianson
Department of Civil Engineering, University of Minnesota, USA

12:00 - 13:30 Lunch

13:45 - 15:00 Ad hoc Session II

MY LIFE WITH MEMBRANES
Co-Chairs: Dr. Norman N. Li, NL Chemical Technology, Inc. USA, and
Dr. H. Strathmann, University of Stuttgart, GERMANY

Speakers: Enrico Drioli, University of Calabria, ITALY, William Eykamp, Consultant, USA, John A. Howell, University of Bath, UNITED KINGDOM, William J. Koros, University of Texas, USA, Donald R. Paul, University of Texas, USA, and John A. Quinn, University of Pennsylvania, USA

Each talk is 15 minutes.

14:30 - 16:00 POSTER SESSION (continued) Afternoon coffee served in poster area
Co-Chairs: Dr. Glenn G. Lipscomb, University of Toledo, USA, Dr. Marianne Nystrom, Lappeenranta University of Technology, FINLAND, and Prof. Benhui (Benjamin) Sun, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, CHINA

16:00 - 18:30 MEMBRANES FOR GAS APPLICATIONS
Session Co-Chairs: Dr. William J. Koros, University of Texas at Austin, USA and Dr. Donald R. Paul, University of Texas at Austin, USA

THA1 - Natural Gas Clean-up by Means of Membranes
Klaus V. Peinneman and Klaus Ohlrogge
GKSS Research Center, Max-Planck-Strasse, GERMANY

THA2 - Current and Developing Applications for Membranes in Natural Gas Separations
Richard Baker*
Membrane Technology & Research, USA

THA3 - New Directions in Membranes for Gas Separation
Ian C. Roman *
MEDAL, L.P., USA

19:30 - 23:00 Dinner (Banquet) "Rustic Dinner on the Mountain"
Buses leave at 19:30 - Meet in Lobby

Friday, October 19, 2001

07:30 - 08:15 Breakfast Buffet (Dining Room)

08:30 - 11:45 WASTEWATER PLANT OPERATIONS
Session Chair: Dr. John A. Howell, University of Bath, UNITED KINGDOM

FM1 - Membrane Bioreactors with Unsteady Filtration Conditions for Liquid or Gaseous Pollutants Biodegradation Can Provide Efficient Processes
Isabelle Daubert*, Muriel Mercier-Bonin, Claude Maranges, Christine Lafforgue and Christian Fonade
Laboratoire Biotechnologie - Bioprocédés, INSA, Toulouse, FRANCE

FM2 - Closing Pulp and Paper Mill Water Circuits with Membrane Filtration
Jutta Nuortila-Jokinen* and Marianne Nyström
Lappeenranta University of Technology, FINLAND

10:00 - 10:30 Coffee Break

FM3 - Near Critical Flux Operation of Membrane Bioreactors under Dynamic Load
John A. Howell
University of Bath, Chemical Engineering Department, Bath, UNITED KINGDOM

11:45 - 12:00 Summary and Closing Remarks

12:00 - 13:00 Lunch

13:30 Conference Adjournment and Departure (by bus to Pisa)

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POSTER PRESENTATIONS

1. Water Quality Monitoring in Membrane Filtration Systems
Elhadi M. Abogrean, Ibrahim M. El-Azizi, Tajura Research Center, LIBYA, Siobhan F.E. Boerlage, Maria D. Kennedy, International Institute for Infrastructural, Hydraulic and Environmental Engineering, THE NETHERLANDS, and Jan S. Schippers, Kiwa Research and Consultancy, THE NETHERLANDS

2. New Gas Separation Polymer Materials Based on Polypyrrole
D.V. Andreeva, N.V. Bobrova, G.A. Polotskaya, and G.K. Elyashevich, Institute of Macromolecular Compounds, Russian Academy of Sciences, RUSSIA

3. Zeolite Filled Poly(Vinyl Acetate) Gas Separation Membranes
Cigdem Atalay-Oral, Ayse Erdem-Senatalar, and S. Birgul Tantekin-Ersolmaz, Istanbul Technical University, TURKEY

4. Investigation of the Zeolite/Polymer Interphase in Mixed Matrix Composite Gas Separation Membranes
S. Birgul Tantekin-Ersolmaz, Melkon Tatlier, Cigdem Atalay-Oral, and Ayse Erdem-Senatalar, Istanbul Technical University, TURKEY

5. Non-Steady State Model of Fe-III Permeation in the Separation of Fe-III/Cu-III with Supported Liquid Membrane
Zhang Baocheng and G Gozzelino, Politecnico di Torino, ITALY

6. A Dense Palladium-Silver Alloy Membrane Reactor for Non-Oxidative Coupling of Methane using a 5% RU Catalyst
A. Basile, A. Vazzana, and L Paturzo, Research Institute on Membranes and Modelling of Chemical Reactors, IRMERC-CNR, ITALY

7. Interactions Biomass/Membrane in Membrane Bioreactors
Roger Ben Aim, Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Toulouse, FRANCE, and Claire Albasi, Laboratoire de Génie Chimique, UMR - CNRS, FRANCE

8. Spinning and Characterization of Carbon Black Filled Asymmetric Polysulfone Hollow Fiber Membranes for Gas Separation
V. Bhardwaj, S.J. Shilton, S.A. Gordeyev, and I.D. Sharpe, Department of Chemical and Process Engineering, University of Strathclyde, UNITED KINGDOM

9. Nanofiltration Applications in Non-Aqueous Systems
D. Bhanushali and D. Bhattacharyya, Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, University of Kentucky, USA

10. Nanofiltration Performance with Highly Porous Stimuli-Responsive Membranes
Aaron M. Hollman and D. Bhattacharyya, Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, University of Kentucky, USA

11. Surface Functionalized Polypropylene Membranes for Affinity Filtration Separation
Heike Borcherding, Hans-Georg Hicke, GKSS, GERMANY, and Mathias Ulbricht, ELIPSA GmbH, GERMANY

12. The Role of Hydrophobicity in Colloidal Interactions with Membrane Surfaces
Jonathan A. Brant and Amy E. Childress, University of Nevada, USA

13. Characterization and Use of Ceramic Nanofiltration Membranes
Horst Chmiel, V. Mavrov, and R. Weber, Institute for Environmentally Compatible Process Technology, Saarland University, GERMANY

14. Process Simulation of Product-Staged Nanofiltration Plants - Reduction of Specific Power Consumption
Horst Chmiel, Mohan Noronha, and Valko Mavrov, Institute for Environmentally Compatible Process Technology, Saarland University, GERMANY

15. Membrane Contactors for Textile Wastewater Ozonation
Gianluca Ciardelli, Tecnotessile s.r.l., ITALY, Gustavo Capannelli, and Aldo Bottino, Dipartimento di Chimica e Chimica Industriale, Università di Genova, ITALY

16. Mesoporous Zirconia Membranes Derived from Nanoceramic Suspensions
Prepared by Different Routes
Kinga Czechowska, Jacek Dabiñski, Anna Jirsa-Ociepa, Institute of Refractory Materials, POLAND, Zbigniew Pêdzich, University of Mining and Metallurgy Stanislaw Staszic, POLAND, Micha Bodzek, and Krystyna Konieczny, The Silesian University in Gliwice - Institute of Water and Wastewater Engineering, POLAND

17. Sorption and Transport of Gases and Organic Vapors in Poly(Ethylene Terephthalate)
Sushil N. Dhoot, Benny D. Freeman, North Carolina State University, USA, and Mark E. Stewart Eastman Chemical Company, USA

18. An Evaluation of a Low Energy Side-Stream MBR for the Treatment of Municipal Wastewaters
Chris Dotremont, Bart Molenberghs, Roger Leysen, Vito, Flemish Institute for Technological Research, BELGIUM, Ronald Carrette, Aquafin, BELGIUM, and Caroline Jonkers, SVW, Studie-en Samenwerkingsverband Vlaams Water, BELGIUM

19. Does Hydrophobic Pervaporation have a Future?
Robert W. Field, University of Bath, UNITED KINGDOM

20. Thin and Defect-Free Tubular MFI Zeolite Membranes by In-Situ Nucleation and Secondary Growth
Gianni Golemme, Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, University of Calabria, ITALY, Catia Algieri, Paola Bernardo, Giuseppe Barbieri, Giuseppe Marigliano, IRMERC CNR, ITALY, Stefan Kallus, and John D.F. Ramsay, LMPM, FRANCE

21. Membranes in Petrochemical Industry - A Comparison of Integrated Membrane Modules with Traditional Separation Technology
May-Britt Hägg, Arne Lindbraathen, Norwegian Institute of Science and Technology, Department of Chemical Engineering, NORWAY, and Lars-Petter Isdahl, Telemark University College, NORWAY

22. Modeling of Spiral Wound Pervaporation Modules
Michael A. Henson and Bing Cao, Louisiana State University, USA

23. Application of Organic and Aqueous Liquid Membranes in Separation of Metals and Acids: Comparative Analysis
Vladimir Kislik and Aharon Eyal, Casali Institute of Applied Chemistry, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, ISRAEL

24. Denitrification in Membrane Bioreactor with Immobilized Bacterial Cells
V.V. Konovalova, M.T. Bryk, Department of Chemistry, National University "Kyiv-Mohyla Academy", UKRAINE, and R.R. Nigmatullin, Department of Chem. Biol. Process Engineering, University of Wales Swansea, UNITED KINGDOM

25. Gas Mixture Separation by Hollow Fiber Carbon Selective Adsorption Membrane
V. Krakov, G. Dagan, G. Agam, and N. Tsesin, Carbon Membranes Ltd., ISRAEL

26. IUPAC Project on "Standardization of Methods for the Characterization of Inorganic Membranes"
Yi Hua Ma, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA

27. Membrane Technologies Applied to Textile Wastewater Treatment
Manuele Marcucci, Ingrid Ciabatti, Alessandro Matteucci, and Guido Vernaglione, Tecnotessile, ITALY

28. Study on Facilitated Transport Membrane with Liquid Crystalline Carriers
Jin Meifang, Wang Junjiu, Zhang Wei, Yu Xingju, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, CHINA, and Rui Viegas, New University of Lisbon, PORTUGAL

29. Enzyme Transmission during Crossflow Microfiltration of Yeast Suspensions using Gas/Liquid Two-Phase Flows
Muriel Mercier-Bonin and Christian Fonade, INSA Laboratory Biotechnology - Bioprocesses, FRANCE

30. Topographic Changes in SEM Preparation of Microfiltration Membranes Analyzed by SPM
G. Arranz, L. Palacio, P. Pradanos, and A. Hernandez, Group of Surfaces and Porous Materials, Departamento de Termodinamica y Fisica Aplicada, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de Valladolid, SPAIN

31. Protein Mixtures in Microfiltration Flux Decay. The Case of BSA-Lysozyme and BSA-Pepsine
L. Palacio, P. Pradanos, A. Hernández, Group of Surfaces and Porous Materials, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de Valladolid, SPAIN, C.C. Ho, and A.L. Zydney Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Delaware, USA

32. Development of Microporous Polyaniline for Membrane Separations
John Pellegrino, Dali Yang, Andre Fadeev, and Benjamin R. Mattes, Santa Fe Science and Technology, USA

33. NAMS-Sponsored R&D: Standards for Ultrafiltration Membranes
John Pellegrino, Katherine Benko, Paul Scott, and Chris Muzny, NIST, Boulder, CO, USA

34. Proton Conducting Hybrid Membranes
Monica Pica, Giulio Alberti, and Mario Casciola, Dipartimento di Chimica-Università di Perugia, ITALY

35. General Formulation of Mass Diffusion Through a Slab - Factors Affecting the Diffusion Process
Abraham Sagiv Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, ISRAEL

36. General Formulation of Mass Diffusion Through a Slab - Theory Validation
Abraham Sagiv Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, ISRAEL

37. Fabrication of Porous/Microporous Polymeric Membranes via Melt Processing of Polymer Blends
Chaiya Chandavasu, Kamalesh K. Sirkar, Marino Xanthos, and Costas G. Gogos, Department of Chemical Engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA

38. Preparation of Charge-Mosaic Composite Membrane from Blends of Poly(Isoprene-4-Methyl Styrene) Diblock Copolymer with Poly(Isoprene-Styrene-Isoprene) Triblock Copolymer
Shuying Cheng and Benhui Sun, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, CHINA

39. Effect of the Compatibility of PVC/P2 Alloy Systems on the Membrane Structure and Performance
Patricia B. Sun, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, USA, and Benhui Sun, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, CHINA

40. Poly(Vinyl Alcohol)-Based Polyelectrolyte Pervaporation Membranes
Benhui Sun and Jian Zou, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, College of Materials Science and Technology, CHINA

41. Zeolite Tubular Catalytic Composite Membrane Preparation and Characterization: RH-Containing Mordenite Formed on Alumina Support
Adalgisa Tavolaro, CNR-IRMERC, ITALY

42. CO2 Capture by Enzyme-Based Facilitated Transport
Michael C. Trachtenberg, Jijun Ge, Robert M. Cowan, Yingjie Qin, and Martin L. McGregor, Sapient's Institute, Rutgers University, USA

43. High Pressure Carbon Dioxide Permeation Through a Microporous Ceramic Membrane
A.W. Verkerk, L.J.P. van den Broeke, E.L.V. Goetheer, and J.T.F. Keurentjes, Department of Chemical Engineering, Eindhoven University of Technology, THE NETHERLANDS

44. Membranes on Mars-Martian Air Separation for In-Situ Resource Utilization Processes
J. Douglas Way, Ananth Srinivasan, James MacArthur, Robert M. Baldwin, Colorado School of Mines, USA, and Larry W. Mason Lockheed Martin Astronautics, USA

45. Micron Scale, Palladium-Copper Alloy Composite Membranes for Hydrogen Separations
J. Douglas Way, Fernando Roa, Robert L. McCormick, and Robert M. Baldwin, Colorado School of Mines, USA

46. Designing Blood Oxygenators
Ranil Wickramasinghe and Aaron Goerke, Department of Chemical and Bioresource Engineering, Colorado State University, USA

47. A Novel Membrane Bio-Reactor for Coking Process Wastewater Treatment
Changzhu Yang and Wenhong Pu, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, CHINA

48. Development of Mixed Matrix Conductive Gas Separation Membranes
Levent Yilmaz, Levent Toppare, and Pelin Hacarlioglu, Chemical Engineering Department, METU, TURKEY

49. Mixed Matrix Membranes Development
Santi Kulprathipanja, UOP LLC, Des Plaines, IL, USA

50. The Preparation of Emulsion by Membrane Technology and Its Application on Multi-phasic Membrane Bioreactor to Produce (S)-Naproxen Enantiomers
Li Na, Lidietta Giorno, Laura Donato, and Enrico Drioli, Research Institute on Membranes and Modeling of Chemical Reactors, University of Calabria, ITALY

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