Program

OVERALL SCHEDULE

09:00 – 09:30
09:30 – 11:10
11:10 – 11:25
11:25 – 12:45
12:45 – 13:45
13:45 – 15:20
15:20 – 15:35
15:35 – 17:00
17:00 – 17:30
19:30
Welcome coffee and Opening
Session I

Coffee break
Session II
Lunch
Session III
Coffe break
Session IV
Closing
Dinner

LIST OF SPEAKERS AND TITLES

Patrice Bacchin
University of Toulouse, France
Interfacially driven flows in membrane pores
Maarten Biesheuvel
Wetsus, The Netherlands
The Sonin-Probstein approach for electrodialysis, capacitive deionization and reverse electrodialysis
Karel Bouzek
UCT Prague, Czech Republic
On the aspects of mathematical modelling of electromembrane processes – from single membrane to electrodialysis stack
Jacopo Catalano
Aarhus University, Denmark
Electroviscous effects and electrokinetic pumping in membranes
Emil Drazevic
Aarhus University, Denmark
Maria Grazia de Angelis
University of Bologna, Italy
Macroscopic and multiscale modeling of sorption and transport in polymer-based membranes for gas separation and CO2 capture
Jouke Dykstra
Wageningen University, The Netherlands
Theory of (selective) ion transport and acid-base reactions in ion-exchange membranes
Sylvain Galier
CNRS University of Toulouse, France
Multi-scale characterization of saccharide/electrolyte interactions: for a better understanding of the transfer in nanofiltration
Aziz Ghoufi
Université de Rennes 1, France
Water and ions transport through sub-nanoporous materials
Manoel Manghi
Université Paul Sabatier, France
Influence of chemical and geometrical modifications on nanopore conductivity
Ali Mani
Stanford University, USA
Mohammad Mirzadeh
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Electrokinetic control of miscible and immiscible fingering instability in porous media
Yaeli Oren
Ben Gurion University, Israel
Modeling Reverse Osmosis as a multicomponent mass transfer problem including acid-base reactions
Ilya I. Ryzhkov
Institute of Computational Modelling SB RAS, Russia
New mechanisms of ion transport driven by concentration and/or electrical potential gradients in membranes with polarizable nanopores
Kyle C. Smith
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Understanding the role of membrane selectivity in deionization using cation intercalation electrodes
Anthony Szymczyk
Université de Rennes 1, France
Modeling of pressure-driven transport through charged conical nanopores
Aaron Thornton
CSIRO, Australia
Relating transport properties with porosity measured using positron annihilation
Michele Tedesco
Wetsus, The Netherlands
Nernst-Planck theory to identify optimal membrane thickness in electrodialysis
Jürgen Fuhrmann
Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics, Germany
Models and numerical methods for electroosmotic flow with finite ion size effects
Semyon Mareev
Kuban State University, Russia
1D and 2D mathematical modeling of ion transport in electrodialysis systems at overlimitting currents: galvanostatic mode