The SCI IEX Conference brings together an internationally recognised group of experts in the field of ion exchange and its associated uses, including water treatment, catalysis, chemical processing, hydrometallurgy and bioprocessing.
The Conference started in 1954 and has been held regularly at 4 year intervals since 1976. It is now established as one of the major international conferences of the ion exchange community, sharing its important role with the Japanese Association of Ion Exchange since 2004. Both events are assisted and supported by the independent International Committee for Ion Exchange.
Technical training courses will precede the conference for more information click here
Talk title: Ion exchange processes in the chemical industry – Current and future applications
Gabriele Iffland is Chemical Engineer and she holds a position as research manager of the competence center for adsorption and ion exchange at the department of process engineering of BASF SE. She has over 20 years of experience on development, optimization und troubleshooting of ion exchange processes with several patents on this topic. Main working areas are the purification of basic chemicals and process streams, downstream processing of biotechnology applications, preparative ion exchange, purification of chemicals for electronic industry and waste water treatment applications.
Talk title: Selective extraction of ionic species by means electrosorption processes
Professor Marek Bryjak is working at Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland. He graduated, received PhD and was awarded by DSc degree at WUST. He underwent post-doc fellowship at Centre for Surface Science, Lehigh University, USA and visited 16 universities around the world. He was heading Department of Speciality Polymers that now turned to Department of Polymer and Carbon Materials. For many years he was the President of Polish Membrane Society and now he is a member of Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology Centre. Professor Bryjak authored about 130 scientific contributions that were cited more than 2800 times. His h factor is 29. He collaborated with various institutions in different countries and coordinated dozens of national and international projects. His scientific interest is focused on development of methods for preparation of polymer membranes including their surface modification, preparation and evaluation of new separation materials and their implementation to water treatment technology.
|Industrial Water Treatment
|Industrial Water Treatment
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||IX Theory and modelling
University of Cambridge
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Accommodation can be booked for delegates at the college in single ensuite bedrooms. Bedrooms will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. The accommodation includes a 2 course counter dinner on the night of your stay with a full English breakfast.
* On Thursday 9th July there is no dinner included in the accommodation package. If you wish to eat at the college please register for the Gala dinner on Thursday 9th July.
** Limited spaces available for the Gala Dinner on Thursday 9th July.
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