Program


Confirmed speakers

Patrice Bacchin
University of Toulouse
France
Nieck Benes
University of Twente
The Netherlands
Elena Tocci
Maarten Biesheuvel
Wetsus
The Netherlands 
Introducing the WASP-RO model: a versatile physics-based transport model for reverse osmosis including all acid-base chemical equilibria
 
Denis Bouyer

Institut Européen des Membranes, Montpellier
France

Modeling the membrane formation mechanisms using Phase Field Methods – a coupling between phase separation and tranfer phenomena
Maria Grazia de Angelis
University of Bologna
Italy
Modeling Sorption and Transport in Polymeric Membranes across multiple scales
Arnout D’Haese
Ghent University
Belgium
Imperfections in RO/FO membranes: flow rates through and sensitivity of membrane selectivity towards defects
Jouke Dykstra
Wageningen University
The Netherlands
Jacopo Catalano
Aarhus University
Denmark
Eric Favre
ENSIC Nancy
France
The solution-diffusion model for dense polymers based membrane separations: from molecular mechanisms to process simulations
 
Andriy Yaroshchuk
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
Spain
Composite membranes with perforated (perm)selective layers: a new class of membrane materials with versatile new applications
Viatcheslav Freger
Israel Institute of Technology
Israel
When Donnan model is valid and when it is not
Semyon Mareev
Kuban State University
Russia
A mathematical modeling of anodic oxidation of organic pollutants in water solutions using reactive electrochemical membranes
 
lya I. Ryzhkov
Institute of Computational Modelling SB RAS
Russia
Modelling of ion transport in nanopores with electrically conductive and/or chemically reactive surface
Michele Tedesco
Wetsus
The Netherlands 
Understanding co-ion crossover in bipolar membranes under reverse and forward bias
Davide Mattia
Bath University
UK
Matthias Wessling
Aachen University
Germany