The inaugural industrial separations workshop was held in September 2019 with 80 attendees from 60 companies.
Past agenda can be found here.
Excerpt from Water Desalination Report
On 27 September, the University of Connecticut (UConn) hosted over 80 representatives from 60 companies at the introductory event for the newly opened Fraunhofer USA’s Center for Energy Innovation. Attendees traveled from across North America, Singapore, Japan, Germany and Denmark to attend the Industrial Workshop on Separations Technology, and to hear sessions that included presentations by technology providers and end users. Sessions were chaired and panels were moderated by Professor Jeff McCutchoen, the Center’s executive director, Heartland Technologies’ Earl Jones, True North’s Steve Kloos and Peter Fiske, the executive director of the National Alliance for Water Innovation, who was recently selected to manage the DOE’s Desal Hub. Some of the participating membrane and membrane systems companies were 3M, Alsys, Cerahelix, CrossTek, Gradiant, i2m, Inopor, KMS, Marmon Water, Nanostone, Safbon and Veolia Water.
More from Water Desalination Report can be found here.