IWA 6th Regional Membrane Technology Conference

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Over the last few decades, sustainable development has been the motive for advanced technologies. Membrane based technology for water treatment and waste-water treatment have been gaining importance. The recent ‘World Water Report 2017’ mentions that over 80% of the water is left untreated and released to the water bodies thus polluting them. In this connection, membrane based technologies assume significance due to the large volumes of water that can be treated effectively. This conference is an attempt to bring together experts from across the countries to discuss the urgent need of developing advanced and sustainable solutions for water and waste water treatment. The platform of IWA would give this event wide visibility specially when it is held in a vast country like India with a huge population which need clean water and also technologies for waster-water treatment.

Programme Committee

Name Affiliation Country
B. Chakravorty
President Indian Membrane Society India
A. Lali
Institute of Chemical Technology India
A. F. Ismail
University Technology of Malaysia Malaysia
A. Volkov
Russian Academy of Sciences Russia
Ame Verliefde
Ghent University Belgium
Amitabh Das
Chung-Hak Lee
Seoul National University South Korea
Dibakar Bhattacharya
University of Kentucky United States Of America
Diganta Das
Loughbrough University United Kingdom
Enrico Drioli
University of Calabria Italy
G. D. Yadav
Institute of Chemical Technology India
Gidecon Oron
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Israel
Hans Vrouwenvelder
KAUST Saudi Arabia
How Yong Ng
National University of Singapore Singapore
S. Kim
Gwangju Institute of Technology South Korea
Jayesh Bellare
Indian Institute of Mumbai India
Jianxin Li
Tianjin Polytechnic University China
K. K. Sirkar
New Jersey Institute of Technology United States Of America
K. Muraleedharan
Central Glass and Ceramic Research Institute India
Kazuo Yamamoto
Asian Institute of Technology Thailand
Kuo-Lun Tung
National Taiwan University Thailand
Long Duc Nghiem
University of Wollongong Australia
M. H. Mehta
GLS Biosciences Ltd India
Mark Wiesner
Duke Unicersity United States Of America
Mathias Ulbritch
Universitat Duisburg-Essen Germany
Matsuyama Hideto
Kobe University Japan
Menachem Elimelech
Yale University United States Of America
Mikel Duke
Victoria Univeristy Australia
Miriam Balaban
University Campus Bio-Medico of Rome Italy
Munir Cheryan
Univeristy of Illinois United States Of America
P. K. Hohaparta
Bhahbha Atomic Research Centre India
Pierre Le-Clech
University of South Wales Australia
R. V. Jasra
Reliance Indusrty India
Rakesh Kumar
National Environmental Engineering Research Institute India
Roger Ben Aim
IFTS France
Rohit Kamit
Massachucetts Institute of Technology United States Of America
Rong Wang
Nanyang Technology University Singapore
S. H. Moon
Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology South Korea
S. Vigi Vigneswaran
University of Technology Sydney Australia
Shingjiang Jessie Lue
Chang Gung Univeristy Taiwan, China
Shirshendu De
Indian Institute of Technology India
Stephen Gray
Victoria University Australia
T. David Waite
University of New South Wales Australia
TorOve Leiknes
KAUST Saudi Arabia
Van der Bruggen
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven Belgium
Xia Huang
Tsinghua Univeristy China
Xiaochang Wang Xi'an
University of Architecture and Technology China
Xiaolin Wang
Tsinghua University China
Yoshimasa Waanabe
Hokkaido University Japan
Zhiwei Wang
Tongji Univeristy China