Membranes: Special Focus Session
Synthetic membranes are key components for a wide range of commercially important processes and devices - from water purification plants to chemical and biomaterials manufacturing, fuel cells and batteries. Membranes provide a significant materials design challenge and there is a clear need for innovation in this area to enable new products and processes. You are invited to submit an abstract describing your work on membranes and to participate in this exciting cross-disciplinary event.
Abstracts due - December 13
Technical Leader & Invention AmbassadorAramco Services Company
Membrane-based devices for radionuclide purificationChristine E. Duval
Assistant Professor, Case Western Reserve University
Membrane for Aqueous Flow Battery SystemsWei Xie
Principal R&D Scientist, Form Energy Inc.
Christopher M. Stafford
Materials Science & Engineering DivisionNational Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Topics & Application Areas
- Membrane Materials & Applications
- Membranes Manufacturing Innovations
Submit Your Abstract
Please first review the information for authors — abstract submission guidelines.