MSA Annual Meeting 2020 – Call for Papers (free registration for all participants)
Announcement The Membrane Society of Australasia (MSA) was founded in 2009 with the goal of bringing together key academics, industrial professionals, and emerging membranologists to further membrane science and technology within Australasia. One of the missions of the MSA is to foster and strengthen the connection between academic and industry professionals in the membrane field. To help bridge this […]
Job Opportunity – SEPPURE (Singapore)
SEPPURE, a separation-tech company developing novel membrane materials and membrane processes for chemical separations, is looking for SENIOR PRINCIPAL MEMBRANE DEVELOPMENT ENGINEER for their R&D centre based in Singapore. Further information can be found here.
Scientific and Industry Webinar Series co-organised by the MSA, the ARC-EESep Hub and Monash Centre for Membrane Innovation (MCMI)
Videos to the webinars can be accessed through the following link: https://membrane-australasia.org/msa-activities/webinar-videos/ Upcoming webinar: Mr Bruce Biltoft and Mr Gerin James, DuPont Water Solution UF to MBR, the Evolution to Advanced WW Reuse, 9 September 2020, 11 am – 12 pm. For more information and registration, please visit: https://membrane-australasia.org/event/scientific-and-industry-webinar-series/
2020 Symposium on Lithium Supply Chain
The 2020 Symposium on Lithium Supply Chain for a Green and Mobile Energy Future will be held at the UNSW Sydney CBD Campus on Thursday 19 – Friday 20 November 2020. For more information, please visit: https://membrane-australasia.org/event/2020-symposium-on-lithium-supply-chain/
2021 IDA World Congress: Charting Resilient Water Solutions, November 7-11, 2021, relocates to Sydney with the support of the Australian and New South Wales government.
For more information, please visit: https://membrane-australasia.org/event/2021-ida-world-congress-charting-resilient-water-solutions-november-7-11-2021
Membranes MDPI Special Issue: “State-of-the-Art Membrane Science and Technology in Australasia”.
The Special Issue is dedicated to publish a comprehensive overview of membrane science and technology in the Australasia region, that will incorporate both original research articles and reviews covering novel approaches in the field. Membranes MDPI current impact factor is 3.094. For more information, please visit: https://www.mdpi.com/journal/membranes/special_issues/australasia_membrane