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Event: Offshore Separation
Date: 03 April 2014
Event: Emerging Separation Technologies
Date: 10 October 2014
Magdalena Lozinska, Alex Greenaway & Paul Wright, St Andrews University, UK
Enzo Mangano & Stefano Brandani, University of Edinburgh, UK
Cation-controlled Gating in Zeolites for Selective Gas Adsorption
Wan Yun Hong, Semali Priyanthi Perera and Stefano Brandani, University of Bath, UK: Enhanced CO2 adsorption by MIL-101 (Cr) MOF Monolith: A Porous and Regenerative Structured Adsorbent for CO2 Capture
Bishan Meghani & Andrew Wright, Air Products, UK
Trevor Drage & Sean Rigby, University of Nottingham, UK
Evaluation of Moving-Bed Adsorption Processes for Post Combustion CO2 Capture
Z Zhang, Matthew Boot-Handford, Nicholas Florin, Joseph Yao & Paul Fennell, Imperial College, UK: Investigating the Performance of Fe-Based Oxygen Carriers for Pressurised Chemical-Looping Combustion of Gaseous Fuels
Nuno Bimbo, Andrew Physick, Antonio Noguera-Díaz, Jessica Sharpe, Valeska Ting & Timothy Mays, University of Bath, UK: Methane and Hydrogen Adsorption in Tailored Nanoporous Materials for Storage and Separation
Enzo Mangano, Daniel Friedrich & Stefano Brandani, University of Edinburgh, UK: Modelling Rotatry Wheel Adsorbers for Gas Separations
Aesam Alsharif, John Chew, Dimitry Lukyanov & Semali Priyanthi Perera, University of Bath, UK: Multi-channel Adsorbent Hollow Fibres for Removal of VOCs
Camille Petit, Imperial College London, UK
Teresa Bandosz, The City College of New York, US
Ah-Hyung Alissa Park, Columbia University, US
Towards the Design of Multi-Purpose Nanomaterials for Sustainable Separation Processes

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