Webinar: The Potential of Organic Solvent Nanofiltration – A Low-Energy Separation Method for Circular Processing
Within this webinar an outline of applications and improvements with Organic Solvent Nanofiltration (OSN) for a broad range of industries is given.
Webinar: Annual Meeting
The Annual Meeting of the Fluid Separations Special Interest Group.
What's New in Fluid Separations?
This one-day symposium aims to promote interactions within the separations community. Research surrounding fluid separations will be presented by various researchers from different institutions. Th...
Webinar: Liquid-Liquid Extraction for Challenging Separations
Liquid-liquid extraction can separate mixtures which cannot be distilled.
Key Separations Learnings from the Commercialisation of CO2 Capture
There is a lot of talk in the press of CO2 capture and it is a process with a range of fluid separations issues. The intent of the day is to invite a range of speakers who can talk to what is happe...
Webinar: Membrane Filtration and its Application
A webinar hosted by the Fluid Separations Special Interest Group.
Webinar: Fluid Separations Special Interest Group Annual Meeting
The Annual Meeting of the Fluid Separations Special Interest Group will be held as a webinar.
Webinar: Solvent Recovery using Pervaporation – Sizing and Operation of Systems
A webinar hosted by IChemE's Fluid Separations Special Interest Group.
Webinar: Underwood Medal Award Presentation
The Underwood Medal for 2021 is awarded to Prof Huanting Wang.
Webinar: Guggenheim Medal and Davidson Medal Award Presentation
A one-hour webinar where the Guggenheim Medal for 2021 is awarded to Dr Carolyn Koh. The Davidson Medal for 2021 is awarded to Dr William Herron.
Webinar: COP26: Nature Based Solutions
Experts from IWA, Water UK, Severn Trent, Jacobs and The Nature Conservancy will be sharing the latest developments in nature based solutions and their impacts on climate change.
Webinar: Tray Efficiency in Distillation Columns - Three Part Series, Part Three
A one-hour webinar hosted by IChemE's Fluid Separations Special Interest Group.