UCF CECE Students Present At Membrane Technology Conference
UCF environmental engineering students (from right to left) Daniel Whalen, Carlyn Higgins and Angela Rodriguez joined Dr. Duranceau to participate in the 2018 Membrane Technology Conference, a joint international event sponsored by the American Water Works Association and the American Membrane Technology Association. The event was held March 12-16, 2018, at the West Palm Beach Convention Center (Florida).
Doctoral student Daniel Whalen presented the poster “Assessment of an Aged Nanofiltration Membrane Process for Rehabilitation.”
Doctoral student Carlyn Higgins presented the paper “Modeling of Mass Transfer and Endocrine Disrupting Compound Removal in a Nanofiltration Membrane Process Modified for Acid Pretreatment Conditions”;
Doctoral student Angela Rodriguez presented the poster “Seawater Brine Management Concepts for Sustainable Reuse”;
Dr. Duranceau presented the paper “Nanofiltration Resolves Florida’s Water Quality Challenges” in a pre-conference seminar.
This conference was host to over 1,000 attendees from 16 countries participating in a setting focused on the use of membrane technologies for the treatment of water and wastewater supplies.
Photo shows Carlyn Higgins, recipient of the AMTA/Reclamation Fellowship Awardees Poster in the conference hall.