142 Plenary: Advanced Separations for Sustainability

Monday, November 4, 2013: 12:30 PM
Union Square 25 (Hilton)
The energy consumption of separation processes represents a significant portion of the total global industrial energy demand. Development of novel materials, systems, and processes that reduce energy and material use is the focus of the Advanced Separations for Sustainability Topical Conference. Papers are sought on recent research innovations and technology developments in all separation areas.

Advanced Membrane Separation for Sustainability
Membrane-Based Separations (02D), Separations Division (02)

Glenn Lipscomb
Email: glenn.lipscomb@utoledo.edu

S. Ranil Wickramasinghe
Email: swickram@uark.edu

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

1:00 PM
(142d) Advanced Polymeric Membranes With Tailored Surface Properties
Mathias Ulbricht, Marc Birkner, Sven Frost, Mahendra Kumar, Miao Li, Mathias Quilitzsch, Thorsten Pieper, Nico Stahra and Robert Sulc