Welcome to the Membrane, Science and Technology group

The Membrane Science and Technology group represents a cluster of membrane related research groups. Research areas cover a diverse set of expertises, including polymeric, inorganic and hybrid membranes, transport phenomena, and process design.

University of Twente

Building Meander

(27 on map)

Science and Technology

P.O. Box 217

7500 AE Enschede

The Netherlands

 

Latest news

PhD defense Sinem Tas

Development of functional membranes that are capable of selectively recognizing and transporting ions have key importance for the recovery and separation of specific ions (e.g. K+, Li+, Na+) from multicomponent mixtures. In this thesis, new membrane materials based on crown ether-metal ion host–guest interactions are developed. ... read more

Vacancy Director EMI TWente

As most know, Dr. Zandrie Borneman will leave the European Membrane Institute (EMI) Twente and continue his career at the Technical University of Eindhoven (TU/e). We therefore are looking for an enthusiastic colleague ... read more

PhD defense Krzysztof Trzaskus

On Friday February 5th 2016, Krzysztof Trzaskus will defend his PhD thesis entitled ‘Filtration of Engineered Nanoparticles using Porous Membranes’. In his thesis, Krzysztof investigated the use of membranes for the removal of nanoparticles from water with a focus on fouling phenomena. ... read more

PhD defense Erik Vriezekolk

On Friday February 5th 2016, Erik J. Vriezekolk will defend his PhD thesis entitled ‘All the Same: Isoporous Membranes for Water Purification’. In his thesis, Erik investigated three approaches to produce membranes with pores that are isoporous, or in other word, that are all the same. ... read more