History

 

This site provides you with a short overview of talks given at AMK in the past.

15th AMK (12th-13th November 2014)

Innovative technology makes electricity-neutral wastewater treatment for municipalities possible

G.H. KOOPS - GE Water & Process Technologies

 

Recovery of organic solvents by membrane filtration of high viscosity solutions

F.P. CUPERUS - SolSep B.V.

 

 Aquaporin-based biomimetic membranes for water separation processes

J. HABEL - Aquaporin A/S

 

OSN: Successful API recovery from a destillation residue at Sitech-DSM

A. BUEKENHOUDT - VITO B.V.

 

Filtration performance of permanently hydrophilized polyethylene membranes

M. AVRAMESCU - Lydall Solutech

 

Enabling flexibility in process water deoxygenation with gas transfer membranes

M. ULBRICHT - Membrana GmbH

 

New module design development for membrane distillation

B. NELEMANS - Aquastill B.V.

 

In situ product recovery of antibodies in a continuous operating membrane bioreactor

K. MEIER - RWTH Aachen University - AVT.BioVT

 

Membranes in modular and disposable biotech applications

P. SCHWAN - Bayer Technology Services

 

Galacto-oligosaccharide production in a mixed matrix membrane reactor

W. DOYEN - VITO B.V.

 

New developments in tubular membranes for waste water filtration

J. POTRECK - Pentair X-Flow

 

Biofouling performance of feed spacers in bench-top simulators, individual elements and full-scale systems

G. GILABERT-ORIOL - Dow Chemical Iberia

 

Cleaning strategies for reverse osmosis membranes processing swine wastewater

M.S. CAMILLERI-RUMBAU - University of Southern Denmark

 

Highly selective SEPURAN® Membranes for recovery of helium and hydrogen

I. VELTHOEN - Evonik Fibres GmbH

 

CO2 removal from power plant ue gases: gas permeation pilot plant experiments

J. POHLMANN - Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht

 

Mixed Matrix Membranes as an alternative for carbon membranes in gas separation

J. DIDDEN - KU Leuven

 

Convergence SDI/MFI Inspector

F. BROENS - Convergence Industry B.V.

 

Introducing BIO-CEL XL - resizing the MBR-market

C. HOFFMANN - MICRODYN-NADIR GmbH

 

The effect of DOC removal for reuse of cooling tower blow down

J. LÖWENBERG - FHNW

 

Advanced membranes based on polymers of intrinsic microporosity: past, present and future

I. PINNAU - King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)

 

Tubular electrochemical membrane reactors

Y. GENDEL - DWI - Leibniz Institute for Interactive Materials

 

Can chemistry lead to more efficiency in water treatment?

C. STAUDT - BASF

 

A novel and easy to apply process for in-module surface-selective modication of membranes and its application to increase fouling resistance of UF membranes

M. QUILITZSCH - Lehrstuhl für Technische Chemie II, Duisburg

 

Ceramic hollow ber membranes: Inuence of dierent membrane materials and operational parameters on membrane fouling

F. ARNDT - Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)

 

 Efficient production integrated separation with ceramic NF membranes

I. VOIGT - Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems

 

Water capturing and energy savings in the paperboard industry and power plants

Z. BORNEMAN - European Membrane Institute Twente

 

Optimization of seawater desalination systems

A. MITSOS - RWTH Aachen University - AVT.SVT

 

Novel hybrid ceramic metal membrane

S.J. METZ - Metalmembranes

 

Process development for membranes produced via evaporative casting

G. NIÑO-AMÉZQUITA - Sartorius-Stedim Biotech GmbH

 

High-frequency flow reversal (HFFR) enables stable crossflow microfiltration with micro sieves

F. LIEBERMAN - MicroSieves Technologies GmbH

 

Fouling and effective antifouling strategies in reverse electrodialysis

K. NIJMEIJER - University of Twente

 

Impact of initial permeability varying over RO membrane length on biofouling

W. DING - TU Dresden

 

How to control fouling? The self-regulating BioPulse Filtration system

K.S. ROELOFS - Berghof Membrane Technology GmbH

14th AMK (7th-8th October 2012)

Electrolysis and fuel cells paving the way for the transition to renewable energy
D. STOLTEN - FZ Jülich

 

Membrane development for hydrogen separation at Shell
A. NIJMEIJER - Shell

 

Energy modeling results of a water producing power plant
L. DAAL - Kema Netherlands

 

Biogas upgrading with highly selective SEPURAN® Membranes
J. BALSTER - Evonik

 

Treatment of wastewater streams from oil and natural gas production with combined membrane processes
S. SCHÜTZE - GE Power & Water

 

Combining ozonation and ceramic membrane filtration for tertiary treatment
J. STÜBER - Berlin Centre of Competence for Water

 

Gas permeable PDMS membranes for bubbleless aeration in wastewater treatment
E. CASEY - University College Dublin

 

Membrane supported virus separation from biological solutions
P. CZERMAK - University of Applied Sciences, Mittelhessen

 

Fine-tuning membrane characteristics and optimization of filtration parameters for algae harvesting
C. Dotremont - VITO

 

Enhancing inhibited fermentations through a dynamic electro-membrane bioreactor
G. Jonsson - DTU

 

Strategies to improve the power output of Blue Energy
K. Nijmeijer - University of Twente

 

Energy recovery in membrane capacitive deionization
P. Dlugolecki - Voltea B.V.

 

Energy, equipment, and cost savings by use of membranes in amine-based absorption-desorption processes for CO2 removal
S. STÜNKEL - TU Berlin

 

A novel polymeric capillary membrane family for direct water filtration
J. POTRECK - Pentair X-Flow

 

Start-up and 1st years of operation: Pearl Gas-To-Liquid - a complex under Zero-Liquid-Discharge
G. SCHRADER - Qatar Shell GTL Limited

 

Development and application of polymeric hollow fiber membranes and filter modules for water filtration
S. SCHÜTZ - Mann und Hummel GmbH

 

Theoretical and experimental investigations of flat sheet membrane module types for high capacity gas separation applications
T. BRINKMANN - Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht

 

Biogas conditioning using hollow fiber membrane contactors
S. VOGLER - Ingenieurbüro Buse GmbH

 

The potential of the HybSi ceramic membrane in process intensification
F. VELTEROP - Pervatech BV

 

Materials science and process technology combine into new membrane products and applications
H. WIJMANS - Membrane Technology and Research, Inc.

 

Membrane distillation, basic considerations and experimental results
J. KOSCHIKOWSKI - Fraunhofer ISE

 

Novel functionalized polyethylene membranes for high efficiency filtration applications
M. AVRAMESCU - Lydall Solutech B.V. 

Performance results from a field installation with Lewabrane RO elements
A. SHARPE - LANXESS

Investigation of gas-liquid porometry for the characterization of microfiltration membranes
U. BEUSCHER - WL Gore and Associates Inc.

Application of nanofiltration in processing of brines
G. BARGEMAN - AkzoNobel Chemicals B.V.

Colloidal interaction-model for membrane fouling during micro- and ultrafiltrations of whey and whey proteins
T. STEINHAUER - TU München

Pilot tests in organophilic pervaporation: Membrane, module and simulation - An overall concept
H. MATUSCHEWSKI - PolyAn GmbH

 

Treatment of cooling tower blowdown water with membranes in a zero liquid discharge (ZLD) power plant
R. VENKATADRI - Pall Corporation

Lake water treatment by ceramic membrane filtration
P. HARTMANN - WABAG Water Technology Ltd.

BASF and Water
H. VOSS - BASF SE

 

Membranes in biotechnology: New highlights
D. MELZNER - Sartorius Stedim Biotech GmbH

Emission-reduction and water cycle closure in the greenhouse horticulture industry; a practical waste water treatment study
R. JURGENS - TNO

Troubleshooting performance issues of reverse osmosis systems
P. SEHN - Dow Water and Process Solutions

Microsieves vs. micromeshes - In situ product recovery with reverse-flow diafiltration
F. CARSTENSEN - RWTH Aachen University

13th AMK (27th-28th October 2010)

Organic Solvent Nanofiltration - An Emerging Molecular Separation Technology
A.G. LIVINGSTON - Imperial College

 

Novel Membrane Concept Paving The Road For Improved And New Extra-Corporeal Therapies
B. KRAUSE - Gambro Research Hechingen

 

Lower Operating Costs By Optimised Hydrodynamic Design Of MBRs
H. PRIESKE - Technische Universität Berlin

 

Novel Method Determining Long Term Membrane Ageing And Particle Rejection
M. HEIJNEN - Inge GmbH

 

Monitoring And Controlling Biofouling In An Integrated Membrane System
M.J. BOORSMA - WLN Water

 

Osmotic Power - A New, Renewable Energy Source
S.E. SKILHAGEN - Statkraft AS

 

Ion Conductive Spacers For Increased Power Densities In Reverse Electrodialysis
K. NIJMEIJER - Membrane Science & Technology, University of Twente

 

Implementation Of RED For Power Generation From Salinity Gradients
S. GRASMAN - REDstack B.V

 

Membranes And The Water Cycle: Challenges And Opportunities
A.G. FANE - Singapore Membrane Technology Centre, NTU

 

Structured Spacers For Fouling Control With Low Energy Consumption In Submerged Membrane Systems
C. FRITZMANN - RWTH Aachen University

 

New Module Designs Based On Flat Sheet Membrane Laminates
U. MEYER-BLUMENROTH - Microdyn-Nadir GmbH

 

Membrane Capacitive Deionization
H. REINHOUDT - Voltea B.V.

 

Desalination Of Llobregat River Water In Barcelona Using Electrodialysis (EDR)
J.C. ARMAS, DE - GE Water & Process Technologies

 

Arsenic Removal With Hollow Fiber Membranes - Pilot Test To Full Plant
T. BAUM - Pall GmbH Water Processing

 

Integrated Approach To CO2 Capture In A Refinery: Fuel Gas Decarbonization
P. VEENSTRA - Shell Global Solutions B.V.

 

Inorganic Gas Separation Membranes For CO2-Separation In Fossil-Fired Power Plants
W.A. MEULENBERG - Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH

 

Separation Of CO2 From Biogas By Gas Permeation
T. BRINKMANN - GKSS - Research Centre GmbH

 

High-Throughput Membrane Synthesis And Testing As A Tool To Advance Membrane Technology
I.F.J. VANKELECOM - K.U. Leuven

 

Membrane Based Separations In Gases And Organic Liquids
G. BAUMGARTEN - Evonik Degussa GmbH

 

Hybrid MBR For Industrial Reuse Of Domestic Wastewater In The Netherlands
J.W. MULDER - Evides Industriewater

 

Improvements In Spiral Wound RO And NF Membrane & Element; The Next Step To The Perfect Membrane-Element For Heavy Duty Applications With New LD Technology
M. RUTTEN - Hydranautics

 

High Flux And Coagulant-Free Ultrafiltration For Potable And Process Water Treatment
H. FUTSELAAR - Norit Process Technology B.V.

 

Flue Gas Decarbonisation Via Membrane Contactors And Structured Packings - A Comparism
I. BETTERMANN - CUT Membrane Technology GmbH & Co. KG

 

Biogas Treatment With Membranes - Field Test Experience
B. HOTING - BORSIG Membrane Technology GmbH

 

Separation Of Gas Mixtures At Elevated Pressures With Membrane Contactors
E. KIMBALL - TNO Science and Industry

 

Microsieves: New Process Developments
B. BROCADES ZAALBERG - fluXXion B.V.

 

Application Of Membrane Cascades In The Production Of Industrial Sugars
J. VANNESTE - K.U. Leuven

 

Membrane Separation Techniques For Energy And Material Efficient Stainless Steel Pickling Processes
F. RÖGENER - VDEh-Betriebsforschungsinstitut GmbH

 

Application Of Membrane Adsorber For The Separation Of Enzymes
A. MÖNSTER - Leibnitz Universität Hannover

 

New Thin-Film Hydrogel Composite Membranes For Ultrafiltration In The Biotech And Food Industries
M. ULBRICHT - Universität Duisburg-Essen

 

Electron Beam-Based Functionalization Of Polymer Membranes
A. SCHULZE - Leibnitz-Institut für Oberflächenmodifizierung e.V.

 

Improvement Of The Efficiency Of Bioethanol Production By Inorganic Membranes
H.E.A. BRÜSCHKE - GFT Membrane Systems GmbH

12th AMK (29th-30th October 2008)

Industrial waste water treatment and possibilities for water re-use
A. JANSEN - TNO Water Treatment Technology, The Netherlands

 

Production of ultrapure water by continuous electrodeionization
J. WOOD - Siemens Water Technology, USA

 

Reverse osmosis, a key technology in combating water scarcity in Spain
V. GARCÍA MOLINA - Dow Water Solutions, Germany

 

Economic benefits of membrane technology versus evaporator
K. JEVONS - Koch Membrane Systems GmbH, Germany

 

Treatment of industrial water by ultrafiltration - waste water reuse, water desalination
P. BERG - Inge AG, Germany

 

A new hybrid adsorption-MF process for water treatment with microparticulate adsorbent
S. SCHLOSSER - STU Bratislava, Slovakia

 

Risk management approach for monitoring of membrane integrity and experimental validation using MS2-phages
K. GLUCINA - SUEZ Environment, France

 

Lab and pilot scale investigations on membrane fouling during the ultrafiltration of surface water
W. NEUBRAND - Christ Pharma and Life Science AG, Switzerland

 

MBR design and operation using MPE-technology
T. WOZNIAK - Nalco Company, Germany

 

A novel combination of methane fermentation and MBR - Kubota submerged anaerobic membrane bioreactor process
M. KANAI - Kubota Membrane Europe Limited, England

 

A new approach in modeling activated sludge Bio-processes for MBR systems
S.I. PATSIOS - Aristotle University of Thessaloniki & Chemical Process
Engineering Research Institute - CERTH, Greece

 

Trends for fuel cell membrane development
L. GUBLER - Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland

 

Materials, manufacturing technology and costs of fuel cell membranes
CH. WANNEK - Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany

 

Industrial flue gas dehydration using polymer membranes
K. NIJMEIJER - University of Twente, The Netherlands

 

Managing the composition of air - applications, possibilities and challenges
J. BALSTER - Parker Filtration & Separation B.V., The Netherlands

 

Membrane process opportunities and challenges in the bioethanol industry
F. LIPNIZKI - Alfa Laval Copenhagen A/S, Denmark

 

The Chatham demonstration: From design to operation of a 20 m3/d membrane-based ethanol dewatering system
P. CÔTÉ - Vaperma Inc., Canada

 

Drying of bioethanol by an energy optimized vapour permeation process
T. RAISER - Kühni AG, Switzerland

 

Recent developments and future directions of membrane modules
R.W. BAKER - Membrane Technology & Research, Inc., USA

 

Innovative module designs for flat sheet membranes in ultra- and nanofiltration applications
U. MEYER-BLUMENROTH - Microdyn-Nadir GmbH, Germany

 

Spacer-fabric supported flat sheet membranes: A new era of flat sheet membrane technology
W. DOYEN - VITO, Belgium

 

Filtration improvement: New developments
D. DHALER - Novasep Process, France

 

Designing out-of-the-box performing membrane modules
H. FUTSELAAR - Norit Membrane Technology B.V., The Netherlands

 

Dynamic cross flow filtration with Novoflow-s single shaft disk filters
F. LIEBERMANN - Novoflow GmbH, Germany

 

MBR module design and operation
T. BUER - GE Water and Process Technologies Ltd., Canada

 

Advantageous and detrimental effects of air-sparging in membrane filtration: bubble movement, exerted shear and particle classification
A. DREWS - TU Berlin, Germany

 

High frequency backpulsing - a new operating technique for microand ultrafiltration
C.N. KOH - RWTH Aachen University, Germany

 

Micro sieves: New process developments
B. BROCADES - FluXXion B.V., The Netherlands

 

Application of cross-flow microfiltration to semi-hard cheese production from milk retentates
K. SCHREIER - Agroscope Liebefeld-Posieux (ALP), Switzerland

 

Membrane technology in the down stream-processing of plant extracts
M. MUTTER -
Bayer Technology Services GmbH, Germany

 

Isoflux ceramic membranes - practical experiences and advantages of using in dairy applications
M. SKRZYPEK - Intermasz, Tami Industries S.A.F., Poland

 

Inocept hollow fibre ceramic membrane for the dairy industry
R.A. TERPSTRA - Hyflux CEPAration B.V., The Netherlands

 

Molecular self-assembly as formation tool for artificial membranes
K.-V. PEINEMANN - GKSS Forschungszentrum, Germany

 

Hydrothermal stable pervaporation membranes
H. VAN VEEN - ECN, The Netherlands

 

11th AMK (28th-29th March 2007)

Recovery of homogeneous catalysts by means of solvent resistant nanofiltration
G. BAUMGARTEN - Degussa GmbH

 

Membrane contactor applications
R. KLAASSEN - TNO Environment

 

The use of membrane technology in shell: The past, present and future
A. NIJMEIJER - Shell Global Solutions International BV

 

New applications for membrane filtration in the production of natural gas
C. BOHNER - Enviro-Chemie GmbH

 

Cost reduction in membrane bioreactors (MBR) by simplifying system and module design
K. VOSSENKAUL - Koch Membrane Systems GmbH

 

A novel inherently stabilised honeycomb-structured module for heat and moisture exchange
M. SCHLEGER - RWTH Aachen University

 

High temperature oxygen separation with ceramic membranes
I. VOIGT - Helmsdorfer Inst. für Technische Keramik

 

MSE-modified membranes in organophilic pervaporation for aromatics/aliphatics separation
H. MATUSCHEWSKI - PolyAn GmbH

 

New tools for monitoring and modelling of membrane processes
J. CRESPO - Universidade Nova de Lisboa

 

Membrane chromatography applications in pharma production
S. FISCHER-FRÜHHOLZ - Sartorius AG

 

Membrane processes in energy supply - osmotic power plant
K. GERSTANDT - GKSS Forschungszentrum

 

Technology options provided by high temperature fuel cell systems
D. STOLTEN - Forschungszentrum Jülich

 

A sustainable flux concept for the optimization of dead-end ultrafiltration
M. WESSLING - University of  Twente

 

Experiences of Dow in the field of seawater reverse osmosis
I. LOMAX - Dow Water Solutions

 

Direct osmosis for brine treatment
H.YONG NG - National University of Singapore

 

Reduction of energy consumption in process plants using nanofiltration & reverse osmosis
S. MIRZA - Somicon AG

 

Industrial wastewater treatment and industrial water recycling
B. JEFFERSON - Cranfield University

 

Opportunities and challenges of using ultrafiltration for the concentration of diluted coating materials
F. LIPNIZKI - Alfa Laval Copenhagen

 

Submerged membranes for MBRs in industrial applications
T. HACKNER - Hans Huber AG

 

Membranes in water and wastewater treatment: Research activities at IVT
T. WINTGENS - RWTH Aachen University

 

Membranes in medical technology: Applications, approaches and intentions for haemodialysis
J. VIENKEN - Fresenius Medical Care

 

Membrane supported extraction of bio molecules with aqueous two phase systems
W. RIEDL - LSMW GmbH

 

Applications of membrane processes in the white biotechnology
J. LIPNIZKI - Microdyn-Nadir GmbH

 

Fractionation of milk proteins using gradient membranes
A. PIRY - Technical University of Munich

 

Membrane processes in the beverage industry: Experiences from a 2 mio hl brewery
R. ENGLISCH - Koenig-Brauerei GmbH

 

10th AMK (16th-17th March 2005)

An Evaluation of Membrane Integrity Monitoring Methods for Micro- and Ultrafiltration Systems
Pierre Côté - ZENON Environmental Inc., Oakville, CAN

 

Practical experiences with membrane filtration for the clarification of beer on industrial scale
T. Noordman - Heineken B.V., Zoeterwoude, NL

 

Organic Membranes applications on wine
H. de Vilmorin - Vaslin Bucher Filtrations, Chalonnes sur Loire, F

 

Optimisation and Integration of Membrane Processes in the Beverage Industry
F. Lipnizki - Alfa Laval, Copenhagen, Denmark

 

Application of Ultra- and Microfiltration in Food processing
M. Gunsing - NIZO food research B.V. , Ede, NL

 

Effective Cleaning Strategies for Membrane Based Processing
A. Messinger - Messinger Membrane Systems AG, Zurich, CH

 

Production of Water for the Beverage Industries using Re-verse Osmosis Units with Cleaning and Sanitation In-Place
B. Bauer - FuMA-Tech GmbH, Vaihingen, D

 

Fundamental Insights into Natural Organic Matter (NOM) Fouling of Membranes
G. Amy - UNESCO-IHE Institute of Water Education, Delft, NL

 

Innovative MBR Process for Industrial Wastewater Treatment
A. Donn - Aquious - ITT Advanced Water Treatment, Whitchurch, UK

 

The PAA-membrane-activated-sludge-process? Conception and first experience with the realized plant
O. Neuhaus - Schering AG, Bergkamen, D

 

Evaluation of NF Upstream of RO in Seawater Desalination
M. Kyburz - GE Osmonics, Aarau, CH

 

Recycling of Washing Water by the UF-Plant Laundry FILT®
D. Deininger - Institut f. innovative Technologien GmbH, Köthen, D

 

Membrane filtration, a crucial process component for waste water reuse in the food industry
I. Gerard - Paques B.V., Balk, NL

 

Treatment of Pharmaceutical Water using RO and EDI as an instance of the PW Supply at the Industrial Park Höchst
R. Nagel - Ondeo Industrial Solutions GmbH, Stuttgart, D

 

Membranes in Biotechnology
C. Wandrey - Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Institut für Bio-technologie, Jülich, D

 

Emulsification using microporous systems
H. P. Schuchmann - Inst. für Lebensmittelverfahrenstechnik, Universität Karlsruhe, D

 

Generation of mono-disperse Emulsions using Hollow Fibre Membranes
J. Hoppe - Inst. für Verfahrenstechnik, RWTH Aachen, D

 

Organophilic Pervaporation: From Volatile Technique to Full-Scale Application
H.A. Willemsen - Agrotechnology & Food Innov. B.V., NL

 

Membrane gas separation: an opportunity
M. Roks - Parker Filtration & Separation B.V., Etten-Leur, NL

 

Microsieves: outstanding pore and process engineering
B. Brocades, T. Bril - fluXXion B.V., Eindhoven, NL

 

The PURON membrane system: New concepts for submerged membrane technology in wastewater treatment
K. Voßenkaul - PURON AG, Aachen, D

 

Isolation of Proteins from Fermentation Broth of high Cell Density with a new Cross Flow Filtration
M. Unger - Microdyn-Nadir GmbH, Wiesbaden, D

 

9th AMK (18th-20th March 2003)

Concepts for the Production of Ultra Pure Water in the microelectronic industry
Th. Menze - Christ AG, Aesch, CH

 

BiosS-Treat-Process as a Preceding Stage of a Membrane Process for Surface Water Purification
U. Keil - STEAG encotec GmbH, Essen, D

 

Experiences with fouling resistant membranes in combination with intermittent biocide dosage
P. Sehn - Dow Deutschland, Rheinmünster, D

 

Cost reduction by membrane filtration during metal processing in automotive industry
J.Lindemann - imb+frings watersystems GmbH, Köln, D

 

Decentralised waste water treatment using reverse osmosis and membrane bioreactor on board FS ?Polarstern?
R. Günther - Rochem UF-Systeme GmbH, Hamburg, D

 

Removal of sulphurous aromatics in petrol by pervaporation
H. E. A. Brüschke - Sulzer Chemtech GmbH Membrantechnik, Neunkirchen-Heinitz, D

 

Membrane processes in natural gas conditioning
K. Ohlrogge - GKSS-Forschungszentrum Geesthacht GmbH, Geesthacht, D

 

Microfabricated membranes
M. Wessling - University of Twente, Enschede, NL

 

Robust Membranes for Hydrocarbon Separations by Pervaporation
J. Dorgan - Colorado School of Mines, USA

 

Template-directed synthesis of mesoporous ceramic membranes
J.E. ten Elshof - University of Twente, Enschede, NL

 

Isoflux® - a new concept for ceramic microfiltration membranes
Ruschel - Tami Deutschland GmbH, Düsseldorf, D

 

Preparation and practical experience of new ceramic hollow fibre modules
S. Tudyka - Mann+Hummel GmbH, Ludwigsburg, D

 

Industrial scale manufacturing of membranes for medical applications
B. Krause - Gambro Dialysatoren GmbH, D

 

Application of Gaspermeation in Fuel-Cell Powered Vehicles
B. Klinkhammer - Institut f. Verfahrenstechnik, Aachen

 

Membranes for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells
D. Stolten - Institut für Werkstoffe und Verfahren der Energietechnik, Jülich, D

 

Vacuum Rotation Membrane (VRM) ? The new membrane bioreactor technology
T. Hackner - Hans Huber AG, Berching, D

 

Industrial Applications of Ultrafiltration in the pharmaceutical Biotechnology
F. Lipnizki - Alfa Laval, Nakskov, DK

 

Micro- and ultrafiltration in pharmaceutical processes: Advantages of new low fouling membranes
D. Melzner - Sartorius AG, Göttingen, D

 

Practical examples showing the benefits of ceramic membranes for the fruit juice industry
P. Bolduan - atech innovations GmbH, Gladbeck, D

 

Nanofiltration in organic solvents using ceramic membranes
I. Voigt - HITK, Hermsdorf, D

 

The use of highly charged special nanofiltration membranes for the diafiltration of di-valent ions
Sohail Mirza - Somicon AG Membran- und Prozesstechnik, Basel, CH

 

Production of organic acids by bipolar electrodialysis: realizations and perspectives
Dr. Florence Lutin - Eurodia Industrie S.A., Wissous, F

 

8th AMK (27th-29th March 2001)

Membranfolien vereinigen die Vorteile von polymeren und keramischen Werkstoffen
G. Hörpel, C. Hying: Creavis Gesellschaft für Technologie und Innovation mbH, Marl; F.-F. Kuppinger: Degussa-Hüls AG, Konzernbereich Verfahrens- und Prozesstechnik, Marl

 

Innovative Modulkonzeption für keramische Ultrafiltrations-Rohrmembranen
P. Lescoche, B. Blasi: Tami Industries s.a., Nyons, Frankreich; B. Ruschel: Tami Deutschland GmbH, Hermsdorf/Thüringen

 

Wickelmodule für extreme Betriebsbedingungen - Anforderungen und Erfahrungen
W. Ruppricht: Nadir-Filtration GmbH, Wiesbaden

 

Microporous Membrane Contactors in Industrial Separation Applications
J. Schneider, A. Sengupta, P.A. Peterson, J. Munoz, F.E. Wiesler: Celgard Inc., Charlotte, NC, USA

 

Einsatz von Membranverfahren zur Aufbereitung biotechnologischer Medien
D. Melzner: Sartorius AG, Göttingen

 

Optimierung der Reinigung einer Ultrafiltrationsanlage in einer Molkerei
R. Krack: Henkel-Ecolab GmbH & Co. OHG, Düsseldorf

 

Future Directions in Membrane Gas and Vapor Separation Processes
R. W. Baker: Membrane Technology & Research MTR Inc., Menlo Park, CA, USA

 

Prozessintegrierter Einsatz der Gas- und Dampfpermeation in der chemischen Industrie
M. Herbst, K. Stürken: SIHI Anlagentechnik GmbH, Itzehoe; K. Ohlrogge, J. Wind: GKSS-Forschungszentrum, Geesthacht

 

Stand der Technik und Potential von Zeolithmembranen zur Pervaporation und Dampfpermeation
Y. Morigami, M. Kondo: MES, Tokyo, Japan; T. Asada: TAC, Maastricht, Niederlande; G. F. Tusel: MAG, Grimma

 

Isothermes Modul mit keramischen Membranen für die Pervaporation
H.E.A. Brüschke: Sulzer Chemtech GmbH Membrantechnik, Neunkirchen-Heinitz, P. Pex, ECN, Petten, Niederlande

 

Nanofiltration und Adsorption an Pulverkohle als Verfahrenskombination zur kontinuierlichen Abwasserreinigung
L. Eilers, Institut für Verfahrenstechnik (IVT), RWTH Aachen

 

Aufbereitung von Öl-Wasser Emulsionen mit einer neuartigen PAN Membran in Wickelmodulen
M. Kyburz: Osmonics, Aarau, Schweiz

 

Einsatz der Umkehrosmose in der Abwasseraufbereitung und im Prozesswasserrecycling
C. Maurer: Pall-Rochem Wassertechnik GmbH, Dreieich

 

Neue Konzepte zur Herstellung von Reinstwasser für die Pharmaindustrie
R. Nagel, H.Seeger: Philipp Müller Hager + Elsässer GmbH, Stuttgart

 

Vorstellung neuer energieeinsparender Konzepte für keramische Membrananlagen mit kontinuierlichem Durchsatz
H.-P. Feuerpeil, H. Olapinski: Membraflow GmbH & Co. KG Filtersysteme, Essingen

 

Einsatz von Ultra- und Mikrofiltration bei chemischen Produktionsprozessen
G. Baumgarten, H. Müller: Amafilter Deutschland GmbH, Hannover

 

Industrial Application of Extractive Membrane Reactor Technology
A. Livingston: Membrane Extraction Technology Ltd., London, UK

 

Säureaufbereitung in kombinierten Prozessen mit Elektrodialyse
H.-J. Rapp: Osmota GmbH, Rutesheim

 

Einsatz von Membranverfahren zur Schließung des Wasserkreislaufs in einer MDF-Platten-Fabrik
M. Hank, M. Rutten: Hydranautics GmbH, München; W. Menke: Sterling Berkefeld GmbH, Celle, Deutschland

 

Einsatz einer Ultrafiltration beim Recycling von Flugzeugenteisungsmittel
A. Zöllner, Th. Bergström: Enviro-Chemie Wasser- und Abwassertechnik GmbH, Roßdorf

 

Kreislaufführung in der Automobilindustrie - die abwasserfreie Lackiererei
J. Lindemann: imb+frings water systems gmbh, Köln

 

Produktionsintegrierte Reinigung farbiger Textilabwässer mit keramischen NF-Membranen
I. Voigt, S. Wöhner: HITK e.V., Hermsdorf, A. Junghans, J. Rost: Andreas Junghans-Spezialfabrik für Edelstahlbearbeitung und Sonderanfertigungen, Frankenberg