646 Membrane Surface Modification

Thursday, November 1, 2012: 8:30 AM
401 (Convention Center )
Description:
Membrane surface properties are critically affect membrane performance. Often membrane fouling or surface contamination, leads to compromised performance. Surface modification offers a way to optimize membrane surface properties without compromising the desirable bulk membrane properties. In this session contributions are sought that focus on surface modification of membrane in order to enhance performance, add novel responsive properties or prevent fouling.

Sponsor:
Membrane-Based Separations

Chair:
S. Ranil Wickramasinghe
Email: swickram@uark.edu

Co-Chair:
William B. Krantz
Email: krantz@colorado.edu


9:00 AM
(646b) Assessment of Hydrophilic and Antimicrobial Surface Modifications for Biofouling Control
Daniel J. Miller, Paula Ara˙jo, Patricia Correia, Donald R. Paul, Benny D. Freeman and J.S. Vrouwenvelder

9:30 AM
(646c) Design and Construction of Antifouling and Self-Cleaning Membranes Surfaces
Zhongyi Jiang, Yanlei Su, Wenjuan Chen, Jinming Peng and Xueting Zhao

10:30 AM
(646e) Antifouling Ultrafiltration Membranes Via Post-Fabrication Grafting of Biocidal Nanomaterials
Meagan Mauter, Yue Wang, Kaetochi Okemgbo, Chinedum Osuji, Emmanuel P. Giannelis and Menachem Elimelech
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