The Hub aims to develop advanced separation materials, innovative products and smart processes to reduce the energy consumption of separation processes which underpin Australian industry. The Hub focuses on the development, synthesis, characterisation and integration of advanced materials (membranes, adsorbents and resins), across scales to enable novel products. The intended research outcomes allow the majority of Australian industry to become more energy-efficient and cost-competitive in a global economy.
Plenary Talks - IBMM-iEESEP 2018 held in Melbourne on 23 - 27 Jan 2018
IBMM-iEESEP2018 Plenary Talk by Prof Tony Fane titled Bioinspired membrane engineering for water applications.
IBMM-iEESEP2018 Plenary Talk by Prof Lei Jiang tited Smart interfacial materials from super-wettability to binary cooperative complementary systems
IBMM-iEESEP2018 Plenary Talk by Prof Liang Yin Chu tiled Bioinspired smart gating membranes.
IBMM-iEESEP2018 Plenary Talk by Prof Dongyuan Zhao titled Functional mesoporous nanomaterials: fabrication and enhanced bioapplications.
IBMM-iEESEP2018 Plenary Talk by Dr Anita Hill titled Architecturing nanospace for highly efficient gas separations.
We are a research hub funded by ARC in 2017 to transform key Australian industries, water, mining, chemical, oil and gas, to be more energy-efficient, cost-competitive, and environmentally sustaininble.
Our projects aim to advance the capabilities of separation technology developers in the manufacture of advanced separation materials and equipment to be world-leading technology providers in separation technologies.
Our team is composed of highly trained and experience people from universities and industry.
We have successfully held our first conference IBMM-iEESEP2018 in Melbourne from 23 - 27 Jan 2018.
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