Research Projects


Reactivity of fullerenes as the basis for biofouling-resistant membranes

Risk assessment of nanomaterials

Ceramic membrane destillation membranes derived from nanoparticles for water reuse and desalination

Catalytic hollow fiber membranes

Formation-structure-function links for porous nanocomposites membranes

Nanoparticle-based catalytic membranes for wet-air oxidation of pollutants

Nanostructured composite membranes for co-generation of water and energy

Preparation of nanoparticle-filled polymeric membranes: Synthesis of biofouling resistant Ag-polysulfone composite ultrafilters

Polyelectrolyte multilayers films for modification of hollow fiber membranes

Carbon nanotube membrane composites

Assessing the life cycle impact of nanomaterial-based membranes

Silver-containing polyelectrolyte films for biofouling-resistant membranes

Managing colloidal fouling of nanofiltration membranes: Facile control of colloid-membrane interactions in polyelectrolyte multilayer(PEM)-based membrane systems

 

 

For more information, please contact: Thomas Voice or Volodymyr Tarabara,
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA 48824
Phone: +1 517 353 9718. Fax: +1 517 355 0250. Email: permeant@egr.msu.edu