Invited speakers

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Menachem Elimelech

Salt and water transport in reverse osmosis membranes

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Ngai Yip

Understanding the physics of ions in charged and confined environments to enable next-generation ion-selective membranes

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Shihong Lin

Moving ions to form precipitates: fundamental principle and preliminary progress on electrodialytic crystallization

Group Members – Kamcev Research Lab

Jovan Kamcev

Ion pairing and dehydration in ion-exchange membranes: when are these phenomena important and how do they affect ion transport?

Anatoly Filippov

The cell model of an ion-exchange membrane: do the cross coefficients of the Onsager matrix have symmetry?

Razi Epsztein

Enthalpy-entropy compensation in transport through nanofiltration membranes

Guy Ramon

One theory to rule them all: a hydrodynamic-colloidal framework for understanding membrane fouling

Yaeli Oren

Revisiting concentration polarization in desalination of multicomponent mixtures: Elemental principles to real-world impact

Maarten Biesheuvel

Why the solution-diffusion model is wrong, how we can modify it, and why that is important?

Jeff Wood

Electrokinetics near interfaces: from classical ideas to new opportunities

Orlando Coronell

Insights on molecule transport through polyamide films from molecular dynamics simulations

Qianhong She

Membrane structure-dependent water transport in electrodialysis: influences on conductivity-permselectivity trade-off and salt/water selectivity of ion exchange membranes, and implications for osmotic electrodialysis

Selin Ozkul

The effect of divalent ions on monovalent ion selectivity in electrodialysis: towards mechanistic understanding

Edward Kimani

Modeling pH effects on transport and rejection of ions in reverse osmosis membranes

Wei Guo

Light-induced directional and bidirectional ion transport in 2D Nanofluidics