Organizing Committee
OCM Member
Professor
Angers University , France
Biography :

Maxime Pontie is working as a Professor at the University of Angers since 2004. He received a DSc degree under Professors Lemordant and Rumeau in 1996 from the University Francois Rabelais in Tours, France. After a Post-doctoral research study under Professor R W Bowen, Swansea University of Wales, UK, with a research topic dedicated to mass transfer mechanism in nano-filtration. His current research interests are water desalination membrane processes with a way to intensify the processes in a sustainable development approach. He has over 100 publications that have been cited over 100 times, and his publication H-index is 35 and has been serving as an Editorial Board Member of reputed journals. He was a Board Member of the European Desalination Society from 2012 to 2017 and he is a Member of the French Membrane Society (CFM).

Research Interest :

Water electrolysis, Water photo-dissociation, Carbon dioxide electro- and photo-reduction, Hydrogen storage in hydride-forming materials, Hydrogen compression and hydrogen permeation across metallic membranes Add another Reasearch Interest for Speaker

OCM Member
Professor, Electrochemical Engineering
Université Paris-Sud , France
Biography :

P. Millet is an electrochemical engineer, Professor of physical-chemistry at the University of Paris-Sud, campus of Orsay. He graduated in 1986 from the French “Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Electrochimie et d’Electrométallurgie de Grenoble” (ENSEEG), “Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble” (INPG). He completed his PhD thesis on water electrolysis in 1989, at the French “Centre d’Etudes Nucléaires de Grenoble” (CEA-CENG). He is currently Director of the “Laboratory of Research and Innovation in Electrochemistry for Energy applications” (http://www.icmmo.u-psud.fr/Labos/ERIEE/index_eng.php), at the French “Institute of Molecular Chemistry and Material Science” in Orsay. His research activities focus on water electrolysis, water photo-dissociation, carbon dioxide electro- and photo-reduction, hydrogen storage in hydride-forming materials, hydrogen compression and hydrogen permeation across metallic membranes. He is the author of more than 150 research papers and book chapters and has presented more than 150 oral communications at national and international conferences.

Research Interest :

Water electrolysis, Water photo-dissociation, Carbon dioxide electro- and photo-reduction, Hydrogen storage in hydride-forming materials, Hydrogen compression and hydrogen permeation across metallic membranes Add another Reasearch Interest for Speaker

OCM Member
University Professor, Chemical Engineering
Pablo de Olavide University , Spain
Biography :

Gassan Hodaifa is a Food Engineer (Albaath University, Syria), Chemical Engineer (Granada University, Spain) and Dr. by Jaén University (Spain) in the Doctoral Program: Biotechnology and Agricultural Engineering. His research began in the year 1997 with a Doctoral Scholarship to perform in Spain, has joined to the research group “Bioprocesses TEP-138” (Government of Andalusia) and he work in the research lines of Biotechnology of Microalgae, Industrial and Urban Wastewater Treatment, Chemical Oxidation, Membrane Technology, Adsorption processes, Pesticides Removal, Biotechnology of Enzymes and Nematode biomass production. Participated in over 21 research projects (European, National, regional, and with companies), with which it has signed several contracts for research. As a result of this research activities has been published 40 articles in journals all included in JCR, 1 patent, 3 books, 24 book chapters, and has participated in 80 Congresses and Conferences. It has been repeatedly Associate Professor (University of Jaén), and Assistant Professor at the University of Jaén (05/06) and the Complutense University of Madrid (06/09). Now he works in Pablo de Olavide University, Seville (Spain) in the Chemical Engineering Area as Full University Professor.

Research Interest :

Industrial and Urban Wastewater Treatment & Membrane Technology

OCM Member
Professor, Chemical Engineering
Tsinghua University , China
Biography :

Professor Xiao-Lin WANG is a professor of Department of Chemical Engineering and the Director of Beijing Key Laboratory for Membrane Materials and Engineering at Tsinghua University. Professor WANG received B. Eng. (1983) and M. Eng. (1986) degree in chemical engineering from Nanjing Institute of Chemical Technology, PR China, and he received Dr. Eng. (1995) degree in chemical engineering from the University of Tokyo, Japan. Professor WANG has been engaged in membrane technology and electrochemistry over 30 years. His research has touched many aspects such as transport phenomena in charged porous membranes, water treatment and product separation with membrane processes, fabrication of nanoporous polymeric membranes by thermally induced phase separation method, as well as development of electrochemical materials and processes. Professor WANG has published more than 300 papers and taken out more than 20 patents. He is a standing committee of the society of seawater desalination and water re-use in China from 2006, a vice dean of the Membrane Engineering and Application Committee subjected to China Membrane Industry Association from 2006, the secretary-general of Beijing Membrane Society from 2005, and the council member of Aseanian Membrane Society from 2004. He was the chairman of the organization committee of the 3rd conferences of Aseanian Membrane Society in 2005 in Beijing China and the 8th conferences of Aseanian Membrane Society in 2014 in Xi’an China. He was one of congress chairmen of the 10th international congress on membranes and membrane processes (ICOM) in 2014 in Suzhou China.

Research Interest :

Transport phenomena in charged porous membranes, water treatment and product separation with membrane processes, fabrication of nanoporous polymeric membranes by thermally induced phase separation method, as well as development of electrochemical materials and processes.

OCM Member
Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering
National Institute of Technology , India
Biography :

G. Arthanareeswaran graduated as a Chemical Engineer in CIT, Coimbatore, India. He defended his PhD thesis at the Anna University, Chennai, India. His research interest involves development of polymer membranes for waste water treatment. Current research involves improving the performance of polymer membranes by mixing with inorganic micro particles and fillers by a mixed matrix method for ultrafiltration (UF) applications. Arthanareeswaran has received Research exchange award from the Royal Academy of Engineering (RAE) London in 2010 and the Endeavour Executive award from the from Australian Government . He authored over 70 original articles in peer review international journals and various book, book chapters in the field of Membrane science and technology and he presented his research findings in various international conferences.

Research Interest :

Improving the performance of polymer membranes by mixing with inorganic micro particles and fillers by a mixed matrix method for ultrafiltration (UF) applications

OCM Member
Head of the department, Chemical Engineering Department
Eskisehir Osmangazi University , Turkey
Biography :

Nese Öztürk works at Eskisehir Osmangazi University, Chemical Engineering Department, Eskisehir, Turkey. She is professor since 2012. She studied on different wastewater treatment methods; such as adsorption, ion exchange, coagulation flocculation, biological treatment, reverse osmosis and membrane filtration. She has 11 different projects on wastewater treatment. She worked at these projects as manager, consultant and researcher. She has over 15 publication which have been cited over 800 times. Her current studies are on membrane filtration and adsorption. She also gives lessons At Chemical Engineering Department and Occupational Health and Safety Non-Thesis Master's Program about, introduction to chemical engineering, transport phenomena, design in chemical engineering, work health and safety in chemistry sector.

Research Interest :

Wastewater treatment using different methods. Removal of some pollutant from wastewater such as; nitrate, heavy metals (chromium, lead etc.), boron, dyestuff and oil.

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