12th International Conference on Inorganic Membranes
9-13 July 2012, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands
We are delighted to have Shell sponsoring the award for the best Poster at the 12th International Conference on Inorganic Membranes 2012. This will be judged over the two poster sessions and the winner will receive a fantastic prize of a registration to any Elsevier Chemical Engineering conference that is being held in the next 12 months. The winner will be announced during the last day of the conference.
Organised every other year, the International Conference on Inorganic Membranes (ICIM) is the premier venue for reporting and discussing the latest developments in the field of inorganic membranes. Four days are filled with presentations that will cover topics ranging from the sub-nanoscale of material science to the bulk-scale of industrial membrane applications. As more inorganic membranes enter the market, the scope of the conference is expanding to keep pace with the newest developments.
The 2012 edition (ICIM-12) of the conference is organised jointly by the University of Twente and the Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN). It will be held at the campus of the University of Twente, located in the city of Enschede, The Netherlands, from July 10 – 13, 2012. You are kindly invited to attend the conference.
There is a complimentary shuttle bus which will run every morning and evening and to the Grolsch Brewery Tour and Conference Dinner.
For the shuttle timetable click here.
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- Metal membranes
- Membrane preparation
- Membrane characterization
- Gas separation
- Liquid applications
- Hybrid membranes
- Oxygen-transport membranes
- Transport in membranes
- Membrane reactors
- Proton conducting membranes
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Why you shouldn’t miss this conference
- ICIM is the only world conference fully dedicated to inorganic membranes, covering metal, carbon, glass, ceramic, and hybrid/composite membranes.
- The field of inorganic membranes is booming, on the verge of realizing its potential in major technological applications in different areas.
- The conference covers the full range of inorganic membrane applications, from liquid filtration to gas separation.
- Conference sessions range from fundamental materials research to applications and modelling.