ICIM 2014

Special Issue

A post-conference special issue on Inorganic Membranes for Industrial Applications is to be published in Separation and Purification Technology, based on papers presented at the 13th International Conference on Inorganic Membranes.

This special issue will serve to highlight the growing recognition of this important field of research. Following the conference, authors of both oral and poster presentations are invited to submit their papers for peer review and publication in the special issue. The Guest Editors will be Joe Diniz da Costa (University of Queensland), Mikel Duke (Victoria University) and Simon Smart (University of Queensland).

If you would like your oral or poster presentation considered for publication, you must write it up as a full-length journal paper and submit by 10 September 2014, after which the submission option for this special issue will be closed. For further guidance, including formatting instructions, please refer to the Guide for Authors on the journal homepage.

  • The submission website for this journal is located at: http://ees.elsevier.com/seppur/default.asp
  • To ensure that all manuscripts are correctly identified for inclusion in the special issue, it is important that you select “SI: ICIM2014” when reaching the “Article Type” step in the submission process.

Please note that all submissions will be subject to the same degree of peer-review scrutiny as a regular paper and that submission does not automatically mean publication. Similarly, if you submit your paper but fail to attend the conference and deliver your presentation, your paper will be withdrawn and you will be given the option to have it considered as a regular submission. Once all reviews have been completed and revisions made, we expect to see this special issue published in early 2015.


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Supporting Organisations

The University of Queensland
UNESCO Centre for Membrane Science and Technology
The University of New South Wales
Victoria University
The University of Melbourne
Monash University
Curtin University

Supporting Journal

Separation Purification Technology