BlueTech Webinar Series: The Potential for Nanotechnology in Desalination
Recorded on Thursday, May 22, 2014:
11:00am - 12:30pm Eastern US Time;
4:00pm - 5:30pm British Time
BlueTech® Research, in conjunction with B2B Webinars, would like to invite you to our upcoming interactive webinar on the potential for nanotechnology in desalination, including analysis of the current technology offerings and future projections.
Nanotechnology offers enormous potential in a wide variety of applications, providing some examples of materials with exceptional strength and tailored surface properties while being extremely light, thin or microscopic. These attributes could be of great interest for membranes used in desalination, and the last few years have seen the start of what could be a revolutionary development for desalination and water treatment. However, commercial progress so far has arguably been slow apart from the exception of NanoH2O. Arguments against membrane media incorporating nanotechnology are that it may be too expensive or impractical from a manufacturing standpoint, and it may have limited relevance to real-world applications. However, in light of these potential drawbacks, ultimately incorporating nanotechnology presents the best opportunity for the next leap forward in membrane performance.
This next webinar in the BlueTech Webinar Series will examine the potential for nanotechnology and include presentations from an international panel representing different parts of the industry and academia. Panelists will review different approaches, including the incorporation of nanoparticles into existing membranes and the creation of novel nano-structures such as graphene and carbon nanotubes. Lastly, panelists will discuss performance prospects, the practicality of implementation, and the potential economic benefits, highlighting research needs and commercial opportunities. The webinar will conclude with a Q&A session to address specific questions from participants.
Questions to be answered include:
- How is the nanotechnology market changing, particularly in relation to desalination?
- How can a new entrant break into this market?
- What are the treatment trains typically available; what are their advantages and disadvantages, and are there alternative approaches?
- Where are the near term commercial applications for nanotechnology in desalination? What specific research is needed to make this happen?
- What companies and research groups are actively taking charge in this area?
- What innovations are emerging and leading to new opportunities? What promising new applications for nanotechnology are emerging?
- What is the future of this market?
Who should attend?
- Investors looking to understand the market opportunity in nanotechnology.
- Water industry executives looking to maintain (or establish) a competitive advantage and inform strategic moves in this growing market segment.
- Technology providers looking for technology gaps and unmet needs.
- Consultants, policy makers and regulators looking to stay on top of the latest market trends and the state of technological innovation in nanotechnology.
Dr. Graeme K. Pearce, Director, Membrane Consultancy Associates and Consultant, O2 Environmental Technology Assessment Group (TAG)
Bruce Hinds, William Bryan Professor of Materials Engineering, University of Kentucky
Eric Hoek, Founder and CEO, Water Planet Engineering
Rob McGinnis, Founder and CEO, Nagare
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