Seminars Supported by EESS in 2002 E-mail

Date

Title

Speaker

19 Dec 2002 Impacts of Distribution System Chemistry on Drinking Water Quality, and Integrated Membrane Processes for Water Quality Control Prof. Vernon L. Snoeyink
Ivan Racheff Professor of Civil Engineering
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
University of Illinois, USA
28 Nov 2002 Distributed Optimal Technology Networks:
A Concept & Strategy for Potable Water Sustainability
Prof. Walter J. Weber, Jr.
The Gordon M. Fair and Earnest Boyce Distinguished University Professor, The University of Michigan, USA
6 Nov 2002 Innovative Technology: New Life to Water Organized by CWR, NUS and CAWT, SUI; Co-organized by EESS
7 Aug 2002 Role of Chemical Heterogeneity in the Transport of Colloids & Microbial Particles in Subsurface Environments Prof Menachem Elimelech
ExxonMobil Chair Professor, NUS
& Director of Environmental Engineering Program, Yale University, USA
5 Aug 2002 Potential Role of Environmentally Friendly Oxidants, Ferrates (Fe(VI) & Fe(V)) in Water Supply System Virender K. Sharma
Associate Professor
Department of Chemistry, Florida Institute of Technology
31 Jul 2002 A Novel Method for Investigating the Influence of Feed Water Recovery on Colloidal and NOM Fouling of RO and NF Membranes Prof Menachem Elimelech
ExxonMobil Chair Professor, NUS
& Director of Environmental Engineering Program, Yale University, USA
26 Jul 2002 Cake-Enhanced Osmotic Pressure:A Major Fouling Mechanism for Reverse Osmosis & Nanofiltration Membranes Prof Menachem Elimelech
ExxonMobil Chair Professor, NUS
& Director of Environmental Engineering Program, Yale University, USA
19 Jul 2002 Stormwater Management
- The Environmental Challenge of the Next Decade
Prof M. K. Stenstrom
Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering Department & Associate Dean of the Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science University of California, Los Angeles
17Jul 2002 Quantification of (Bio)colloidal Interations & Membrane Properties using an Atomic Force Microscope Dr. Nidal Hilal
School of Chemical, Environmental and Mining Engineering
University of Nottingham, U.K.
6 Jun 2002 Culture-independent Identification & In situ Physiological Study of a Novel Group of Bacteria Sharing a Large Rod-shaped Morphology in Anaerobic:Aerobic Cycling Activated Sludge Systems Dr Kong Yunhong,
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Centre for Water Research, Dept of Civil Engineering, NUS
4 Apr 2002 Subsurface-Flow Constructed Wetlands: An Effective Solution for Small Community Wastewater Treatment Dr Rao Y. Surampalli,
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency