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Professor Dongyuan Zhao is Cheung Kong Professor of the China Education Ministry, Vice Director of the Advanced Materials Laboratory at Fudan University and Visiting Professor at Monash University (Australia). He is an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. With over 350 peer-reviewed papers earning >20000 citations he is the 65th Most-Cited Scientist in Chemistry (according to ISI). His research interests are in the synthesis of porous materials and their application in catalysis, separation, photonics, sorption, environmental decontamination, sensors, etc.
Prof. Raphael Semiat is the Yitzhak Rabin Memorial Chair in Science, Engineering and Management of Water Resources at Technion - Israel Institute of Technology. He has wide industrial experience in research and development of chemical processes. His current interests and activities are centered on water technologies, chemical-environmental processes and use of nano crystals for removal of organic matter from water. He has published more than 100 papers in scientific journals.
Table of Contents
Destruction of organics in water via functional nanoparticles
Photocatalysis at nanostructured titania for sensing applications
Mesoporous Materials for Water Treatment
Membrane Surface Nano-Structuring with Terminally Anchored Polymer Chains
Recent Adances in Ion-Exchange Membranes for Desalination Applications
Thin Film Nanocomposite Membranes for Water Desalination
Application of ceramic membranes in the treatment of water
Functional Zeolitic Framework Membranes for Water Treatment and Desalination
Molecular scale modeling of membrane water treatment processes
Conclusion: A summary of the current developments of nanotechnology in the water business and challenges for future development