"Membrane Science as a Pluridisciplinary Science for Everyone in the World"
2nd International Conference on Membrane Science and Technology organized by Allied Academics welcomes your experience and expertise to the Iconic City of London-UK during September 13-14, 2018.
Membrane science and technology characterizes a cluster of membrane related research groups. These Research areas refuge a diverse set of expertises, including polymeric, inorganic and hybrid membranes, transport phenomena, and process design.
The world-wide market analysis for membrane technology reached $3.8 billion in 2010, nearly $4.6 billion in 2011, and is forecast to reach $7.3 billion in 2016 after cumulative at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.9% and Membrane Technology for Gas and Liquid Separations. PMR developments the global membrane technology market proceeds to reach up to US$ 10.88 Bn by the end of 2019, up from US$ 7.02 Bn in 2014. Based on the future trends influencing the general market as well as the European share of that market (22 % in 2012), the region is considered an established market where the water and waste water treatment division is a mature industry that has been incessantly influenced by tightening of water quality regulations. The market for membrane filtration (MF) in Asia-Pacific is expected to reach $ 927 million in 2018 from $ 524 million in 2013, according to Lance Leverette, Analyst of the US-based BCC Research, which recently unconstrained a new report, ‘The global market for membrane microfiltration’. The report anticipates the global market of Membrane Filtration to reach $ 1.65 billion in 2013 and touch $ 2.64 billion in 2018, after increasing at a five-year compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10%.
The global market for wastewater treatment delivery equipment, instrumentation, process equipment, and treatment chemicals will increase at a 10.4% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) to exceed $93 billion in 2016, from a 2011 value of nearly $57 billion. The advancements in technology have significantly reduced the cost of membrane-based systems. It involves lower installation costs, as the requirement of large buildings or land is much lesser. Likely, operations and keep costs have been lowered due to accessibility of energy efficient membranes removing more impurities. With growth in low pressure membrane segments, the global membrane wastewater treatment technology market is estimated to reach $12.07 billion at a CAGR of 10.2% globally by 2020. This market is conquered by Asia-Pacific (APAC) and North America (NA). Among the countries, China is the topmost buyer of the membranes globally and is growing at higher CAGR than global average till 2019. China and Australia are the wildest growing markets with high potential in Asia-Pacific as well as globally.
Membrane Science 2018 welcomes you to the Iconic City of London, UK!!!
Allied Academies invites you to the Iconic city of London, UK for the 2nd International Conference on Membrane Science and Technology during September 13-14, 2018. The congress is themed “Membrane Science as a Pluridisciplinary Science for Everyone in the World” which is designed to provide a platform for best discussion and networking as well as feat the new developments related to the application of Membrane technology to numerous fields related to industries like bio-technology and pharmaceuticals.The conference sessions will focus on topics mentioned below:
Track 1: Membranes
Membrane processes can cover a wide range of separation problems with an exact membrane being required for every problem. Membranes may differ expressively in their structure and therefore in their functionality. To know what membrane to use in a particular separation process, different membranes must be characterized in terms of structure and mass transport properties. Because very different membranes are used, dissimilar techniques are required for characterization. Membrane characterization is a very important part of membrane research and progress because the design of membrane processes and systems depends on reliable data concerning to membrane properties. A membrane reactor is a physical device that combines a chemical adaptation process with a membrane separation process to add reactants or remove products of the reaction. Chemical reactors making use of membranes are usually referred to as membrane reactors. The membrane can be used for different tasks i.e. Separation, Selective removal of reactants, Retention of the catalyst and Distribution of a reactant and etc.
Membrane technology has developed a distinguished separation technology over the past decennia. The main force of membrane technology is the fact that it works without the addition of chemicals, with a relatively low energy use and easy and well-arranged process conductions. Furthermore, using membranes enables separations to take place that would be impossible using thermal separation methods. It will include Emerging membrane science and technology. The membrane separation process is based on the presence of semi permeable membranes.
Track 3: Membranes for Water & Wastewater
Membranes increasingly are being used in wastewater treatment. They can be used as pretreatment for reverse osmosis or in tertiary filtration. Membrane bioreactors are used as an essential part of wastewater treatment, creating high quality water for reuse. This article examines the regulatory drivers behind today’s increased membrane use, types of applications and design considerations in wastewater treatment, and the development of membrane technologies. Submerged and side stream membrane bioreactors in wastewater treatment plants are the most developed filtration based membrane reactors.
Track 4: Bio-Tech & Bio-Med Applications of Membranes
Membranes have always been an integral part of biotechnology processes. Polymer membranes' preparation, functionalization and applications in biotechniques including affinity membrane chromatography, membrane-based biosensor and membrane-based bioreactor. Integrating the properties of synthetic membranes with biological catalysts such as cells and enzymes forms the basis of an exciting new technology called membrane bioreactors. Medical applications of artificial membranes. Specific consideration is given to drug delivery systems, artificial organs and tissue engineering which seem to control the interest of the membrane community this period. Medical membrane market has viewed unprecedented growth over the last few periods owing to its increased uses in various industries such as pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, healthcare and many more.
Track 5: Membranes in Industries
Membrane technologies are progressively becoming useful components of pharmaceutical production processes. Membrane separation technologies of reverse osmosis, ultrafiltration and microfiltration have been used to concentrate and purify both small and large molecules. Membranes can be used for Industrial Wastewater Recovery and Re-use. These can be used in Food and Beverage Industries, Pharmaceutical Industries, Chemical and Mechanical industries and Biotechnology Industries etc.
Track 6: Gas and Vapor Separation
Many plants and industries use vapor-permeable membrane to permeate the extra condensable vapor, often in aggregation with a second process such as condensation or absorption. The compressed feed gas is sent to a condenser. On cooling the gas, a portion of the propylene is detached as condensed liquid. The residual uncondensed propylene is detached by the membrane system to produce a 99% nitrogen stream. The propylene-enriched permeate gas is recycled to the incoming feed gas. The liquid propylene condensate contains some dissolved nitrogen, which is removed by flashing to a lower pressure. The development of vapor/gas separation technology and its emergence as a recognized sector of the membrane separation business.
Track 7: Ion exchange and electrically driven processes
Ion-exchange membranes transportation dissolved ions across a conductive polymeric membrane. The membranes are frequently used in desalination and chemical recovery applications, moving ions from one solution to another with little passage of water. Ion-exchange membranes are usually used in electrodialysis or diffusion dialysis by means of an electrical potential or concentration gradient, correspondingly, to selectivity transport cationic and anionic species. Electrically driven membrane processes, and electrodialysis in particular, are significant unit operations, especially within the field of desalination - making tab water from sea water. Electrically driven membrane processes will be presented. Important terms such as current density and current efficiency, critical desalination degree will be defined through illustrations and a large amount of samples.
Track 8: Separation Processes using Membranes
The membrane separation processes to be measured here include the familiar liquid processes: nanofiltration, reverse osmosis and ultrafiltration microfiltration, but also include the less familiar fluid separation processes of pervaporation, gas/gas separation (or gas permeation), vapour permeation and electrodialysis. A key feature of the bulk chemical sector is that all these membrane separation processes can be found in it. It is important to note that reverse osmosis and nanofiltration are not filtration processes in the normally accepted sense of the word, i.e. a separation of fluid from suspended solid particles or liquid droplets whereby the fluid passes without change of phase through a barrier by means of pores that are continuous from one side of the barrier to the other, and whose size is such as to hold back the particles of droplets.
Track 9: New Membrane Materials and New Trends
Polymeric membranes have been used successfully in worldwide and these membranes have been used in many industrial applications. The uses of polymeric membranes in industries are primary the result of two types of developments i.e. Membranes material and Membranes structure. Research on membrane science and technology has undergone a tremendous increase along the last 20 years.
The worldwide membrane technology market has paced up with a real momentum in the recent past, and is projected to achieve extraordinary growth in the near future. The in-depth analysis and estimation of the global membrane technology market in pharmaceutical, biopharma and life sciences for a five-year forecast period, 2014-2019 is being provided by Perseverance Market Research’s anew published report on the worldwide membrane technology market. Considering 2013 as the initial year for scheming of market values, the report provides appraised values of the market size, revenues, and growth rates is being provided by
Furthermore, data relating to current market subtleties counting key market drivers and major limitations has been provided only after extensive market research. The report also explains on prominent recent trends in the industry that are likely to influence the market during the forecast period. It similarly put lime-light on the main market openings that the market will present in this five-year period. In section analysis, the report lengthily examines various fragments of the international membrane technology market, centered on the technology. There are four important segments, and the report measures each of them in terms of market share, growth rate, drivers, challenges, and applications.
Under local analysis, the global membrane technology market report includes a thorough inspection of all the key local markets across the globe. Each market has a principal region, and a set of positive and negative issues operating the market growth. The report delivers appreciated data on this and estimates leading and other market values during the estimated period. In the next unit, all the key market players are evaluated on the basis of their market shares, probable revenues, product selections, development policies, and antedate growth pattern. This part helps to understand the competitive scene of the global membrane technology market. Recent growths have been delivered in the report. Some of the chief companies in the membrane technology market for pharmaceutical, biopharma, and life sciences industry are GE Healthcare Life Sciences, Pall Corporation, Sartorius, Merck Millipore and 3M. These key market players have been profiled on the basis of attributes such as company overview, recent developments, growth strategies, sustainability and financial overview.
Based on technology, the international membrane technology market is divided into ultrafiltration, nanofiltration, microfiltration and chromatography. Microfiltration characterizes a major segment, due to its presentations in water treatment, disinfection, turbidity removal and sterilization of beverages. Applications of ultrafiltration in food and beverage processing shall create growing demand for the technology. Nevertheless, emergence and rising disbursement on nanofiltration are likely to expand the propagation of this section in amino acids extraction process in the healthcare industry, and tar removal process in the oil and gas industry.
The world-wide membrane technology market is geologically sectioned into North America (the U.S.), Europe (Switzerland, Germany, Italy, the U.K., Ireland, France), Asia (China, India, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore), and rest of the world. In 2012, North America itself had for over 40% of the international pharmaceutical sales. North America, led by the U.S., will remain the principal market for membrane technology, universally. Europe is likely to observe a considerable development during the predicted time period, due to lively provision from numerous societies, organizations, and associations to market growth. Asia will however illustrate the firmest growing regional market owing to speedily mounting pharma and biopharma sectors.
Significant Market Players:
Some of the most protuberant players in the international membrane technology marketplace for pharma, biopharma, and life sciences industries, are GE Healthcare Life Sciences, 3M, Pall Corporation, Sartorius, Merck Millipore, Koch Membrane Systems Inc., TriSep Corporation, Novasep Amazon Filters Ltd., and Advantec MFS.
1. Pall Corporation.
4. Merck Millipore.
5. GE Healthcare Life Sciences.
6. Koch Membrane Systems Inc.
8. TriSep Corporation.
9. Amazon Filters Ltd.
10. Advantec MFS.
European Membrane Society
American Membrane Technology Association
North American Membrane Society
Membrane Society of Australasia
European Desalination Society
Society of Dairy Technology
Indian Membrane Society