Computational methods as a support for membrane-based separation technologies
We are thrilled to announce an upcoming on-site training event, "Computational Methods as a Support for Membrane-Based Separation," which is scheduled to take place at the Faculty of Technology Novi Sad at the end of September. This comprehensive training program will offer a unique opportunity to delve into the world of membrane technologies and gain valuable insights into the latest advancements in this field.
Date: September 26-27, 2023
Location: Faculty of Technology Novi Sad
The corresponding training program is designed to bridge the gap between theory and practice, offering both theoretical knowledge and hands-on practical sessions. We are proud to present two distinguished experts, Dr. Sylwin Pawlowski and Dr. Claudia Galinha, who will lead the training sessions. They are renowned scientist in the field of membrane technologies and come to us from the prestigious NOVA University, Lisbon.
During the "Computational Methods as a Support for Membrane-Based Separation" training, participants can expect in-depth discussions and hands-on experiences on the following subjects:
- New techniques for development of membranes and devices (electrospinning and 3D printing) - Cutting-edge methods such as electrospinning and 3D printing, which have revolutionized membrane design and fabrication will be presented.
- Computational Fluid Dynamics - Participants will obtain a profound understanding of the computational tools and techniques used in fluid dynamics simulations, specifically tailored for membrane-based separation processes.
- Membrane Characterization and Modeling Tools: 2D Fluorescence and statistical analysis - advancements in membrane characterization, including 2D fluorescence and statistical analysis methods, and their relevance in modeling membrane behavior will be discussed and tested.
Detailed information regarding scheduled program can be found on the following link - Computational Methods as a Support for Membrane-Based Separation Program.
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This training is open to all individuals interested in membrane-based separation technologies, from students to professionals. The training aims to enhance understanding of computational methods in membrane science and technology.
We look forward to welcoming you to this unique opportunity to expand your knowledge and skills in the dynamic field of membrane technologies.