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2015第3届Water Research Conference国际会议

2015第3届Water Research Conference国际会议

时间:2015-01-11 08:00:00 至 2015-01-14 18:00:00结束
地点:深圳  

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第3届Water Research Conference国际会议

会议时间:2015年1月11-14

会议地点:深圳

中国最高学术水平的水研究学术会议——第3届Water Research Conference将于2015年1月11-14日在深圳举办。该会聚集了全球水研究领域众多大腕级人物,多为各位研究方向的全球领头羊。

2015第3届Water Research Conference国际会议

大会主席为荷兰Delft University of Technology大学的Mark教授,今年新加坡李光耀水奖获得单位美国橘县水区管理局总经理Maichael Markus先生作“Orange county water district– “New water” past and present”的演讲。


 2015第3届Water Research Conference国际会议

中国水工业互联网站CEO张颖夏先生同2012年度李光耀水奖获得者荷兰马克教授合影
 
2015第3届Water Research Conference国际会议

中国水工业互联网站CEO张颖夏先6月2日同获得2014年度李光耀水奖获得者美国橘县水区管理局局长Cathy Green女士合影
2015第3届Water Research Conference国际会议

美国橘县水区管理局总经理Maichael Markus先生将在深圳介绍橘县水回用的发展过程。
 
马克教授同时也是Water Research杂志的主编,在今年9月9日在海牙马克教授获得了2014年度NOW(荷兰科学研究组织)的Spinoza奖,Spinoza奖是1995年成立的荷兰科学研究界的最高奖项。

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Oral Programme

January 11

16:00-18:00     Registration 

18:00-20:00     Welcome Reception | Poster Session I

January 12

07:30-08:30     Registration and Coffee/Tea

08:30-08:50     Opening Ceremony, Plenary

Nanqi Ren, Harbin Institute of Technology , China

Michael Dunn, IWA, UK

Gilles Jonker, Elsevier, The Netherlands

08:50-09:20     [K1] Innovations in wastewater treatment for a sustainable development

Prof. Mark van Loosdrecht, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

09:20-09:50     [K2] Orange county water district– “New water” past and present

Mr. Michael R. Markus, Orange County Water District, USA

09:50-10:20     [K3] Arsenic removal from water: Principal, technologies and engineering

Prof. Jiuhui Qu, RCEES-CAS, China

10:20-10:50     Coffee break, Outside of the poster room, in corridors

10:50-11:20     [K4] Oxidation processes for water treatment: From kinetics to toxicological assessment

Prof. Urs von Gunten, EAWAG, Switzerland

11:20-11:50     [K5] Intimately coupled photocatalysis and biodegradation (ICPB) for detoxification of recalcitrant organics

Prof. Bruce E. Rittmann, Arizona State University, USA

11:50-12:20     [K6] Bio-H2 production technology from wastewater fermentation for commercialization

Prof. Nanqi Ren, Harbin Institute of Technology, China

12:20-13:20     Lunch- Kylin Villa

13:20-15:20     Parallel Session 1: Advances in technology for wastewater reuse

Session Chair: Hiroaki Furumai, University of Tokyo, Japan       

Parallel Session 2: Solar and UV-driven technologies in water and wastewater treatment

Session Chair: David Sedlak, University of California, USA

13:20-14:00     [INV01] Life cycle assessment of seawater water supply-associated hybrid water resource systems

Guanghao Chen, HKUST, Hong Kong, China

 [INV02] Water and wastewater treatment: Applications with solar photocatalysis

Sixto Malato, Plataforma Solar, Spain

14:00-14:20     [O01.1]The question of pathogen quantification in disinfected greywater

M. Benami*, O. Gillor, A. Gross,  Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel      [O02.1] Solar photo-Fenton using peroxymonosulfate or persulfate for organic micropollutants removal from domestic wastewater: Comparison with heterogeneous TiO2 photocatalysis

M. Mahdi-Ahmed1, M. Brienza2, V. Goetz2, S. Chiron*1,  1Montpellier Université, France, 2PROMES-CNRS, France

14:20-14:40     [O01.2]Characteristics of pollutants balance in the urban landscape lake replenished with reclaimed water and optimized plan for pollution control

R. Chen*1, W.W. Wu2, X.C. Wang1, L. Yin1,  1Xi'an University of Architecture and Technology, China, 2Kunming China International Research Centre for Plateau Lake, China        [O02.2] Validation of a UV-LED disinfection apparatus and its application to microorganisms in water

K. Oguma*, S. Rattanakul,  The University of Tokyo, Japan

14:40-15:00     [O01.3]Selective enrichment of settleable microalgae for advanced wastewater treatment

Y.S. Hu, X.D. Hao*, N. Hu,  Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture, China         [O02.3] Application of advanced oxidation processes (AOPs) or ozone to degrade pharmaceuticals in reverse osmosis brine matrices from municipal wastewater reuse facilities

Y. Yang*1, J.J. Pignatello2, J. Ma1, W.A. Mitch3,  1Harbin Institute of Technology, China, 2Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, USA, 3Stanford University, USA

15:00-15:20     [O01.4] Quantitative risk assessment of greywater reuse by epidemiological study and QMRA

A. Busgang*1, E. Friedler2, A. Gross1,  1Ben Gurion University, Israel, 2Technion - Israel Institute for Technology, Israel       [O02.4] Sequential and simultaneous applications of UV and chlorine for adenovirus inactivation

S. Rattanakul*, K. Oguma, S. Takizawa,  The University of Tokyo, Japan

 

15:20-15:50     Coffee break

15:50-17:50     Parallel Session 1: Advances in technology for wastewater reuse (Contd.)

Session Chair: Guanghao Chen, HKUST, Hong Kong, China    Parallel Session 3: New insights into efficient processes to control emerging contaminants

Session Chair: Urs von Gunten, EAWAG, Switzerland

15:50-16:30     [INV03] Advances in water reclamation technologies and reuse

Jörg Drewes, Technische Universität München, Germany

         [INV04] Coupling electrochemistry to peroxide activation as a means of transforming trace organic contaminants

David Sedlak, University of California, USA

16:30-16:50     [O01.5]Treatment performances and fouling behaviours of AnMBRs with different pore-sized ceramic membranes

X. Yue*1, Y.K.K. Koh2, H.Y. Ng1,  1Nationl University of Singapore, Singapore, 2Public Utilities Board, Singapore      [O03.1] Fluence rate distribution in photocatalytic UV reactors: A long overlooked issue

M.K. Li*1, C. Wang1, J.R. Bolton2, Z.M. Qiang1,  1Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, 2University of Alberta, Canada

16:50-17:10     [O01.6] Study of pulsed corona discharge in pharmaceutical compounds abatement

A. Sokolov*, S. Preis, M. Louhi-Kultanena,  Lappeenranta university of technology, Finland       [O03.2] Use of solar advanced oxidation processes for wastewater treatment: follow-up of degradation products, acute toxicity and estrogenicity

M. Brienza*1 ,2, M. Mahdi Ahmed3, A. Escande3, G. Plantard2, L. Scrano1, S. Chiron3, S.A. Bufo1, V. Goetz2,  1University of Basilicata, Italy, 2CNRS, France, 3UMR 5569, France

 

17:10-17:30     [O01.7] Formation and control of NDMA during advanced treatments for wastewater reuse

M. Sgroi1, P. Roccaro*1, S. Snyder2,  1Univeristy of Catania, Italy, 2The University of Arizona, USA [O03.3] Toward a better understanding of solar disinfection using action spectra and solar modelling

G.Y. Lui*1, D.J. Roser1, R. Corkish1, R. Stuetz1, N.J. Ashbolt2,  1University of New South Wales, Australia, 2University of Alberta, Canada

 

17:30-17:50     [O01.8]Characterization of dichloroacetonitrile and dichloroacetamide precursors during chlorination and chloramination of reclaimed water

H. Huang*1 ,2, Q.Y. Wu1, H.Y. Hu1,  1Tsinghua University, China, 2Sun Yat-sen University, China      [O03.4] Photoautotrophic carbon dioxide transfer and nutrients removal from water in a direct membrane-carbonation photobioreactor

H-W. Kim*1 ,3, J. Cheng2 ,3, B.E. Rittmann3,  1Chonbuk National University, Republic of Korea, 2Wuhan University of Technology, China, 3The Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University, USA

 

17:50-19:20     Poster session II

 

January 13

09:00-10:40     Parallel Session 4: Nutrient recovery, technology and market related issues

Session Chair: Korneel Rabaey, Ghent University, Belgium    Parallel Session 5: New materials for water and wastewater treatment operations

Session Chair: Dionysios Dionysiou, University of Cincinnati, USA

09:00-09:40     [INV05] Biodegradation of naphthol green B and thiosulfate in wastewater coupling with in-situ biosynthesis of FeS nanoparticles by Shewanella oneidensis MR-1

Hanqing Yu, USTC, China          [INV06] Novel polymer-based nanocomposites for advanced water treatment in laboratory study and field application

Bingcai Pan, Nanjing University, China

09:40-10:00     [O04.1] Release of phosphorous and nitrogen from organic wastes: Towards N & P Recovery

P. Westerhoff*1, Y. Yang1, T. Zhang2, M. Gifford1,  1Arizona State University, USA, 2China Agricultural University, China       [O05.1] Highly catalytic activity of laccase immobilized by polydopamine on magnetic nanoparticles

M.F. Deng*, S.P. Zhang, H. Zhao, P.H. Du, H.B. Cao, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China

 

10:00-10:20     [O04.2] Applicability of electrokinetic process for phosphorus recovery from wastewater treatment plants

P. Guedes*, C. Magro, N. Couto, E.P. Mateus, A.B. Ribeiro, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal   [O05.2] Elimination of organic micropollutants during enhanced wastewater treatment with horseradish peroxidase-hydrogen peroxide (HRP-H2O2) process

S. Na*, Y. Lee,  GIST, Republic of Korea

10:20-10:40     [O04.3] Recovery of phosphate by magnetic iron oxide particles and iron oxide nanotubes in wastewater

J. Chung*1, M. Kim2, W. Lee3, H. Leem3, S. Kim3, J. Kim3,  1Samsung engineering Co. Ltd., Republic of Korea, 2Korean Minjok Leadership Academy, Republic of Korea, 3Hanyang University, Republic of Korea         [O05.3] The effect of the preparation method of graphene oxide on the photocatalytic performance of graphene-znin2s4 for hydrogen generation under visible light

F. Tian*, R.S. Zhu, J. Tan, F. Ouyang, G. Cao,  Harbin Institute of Technology Shenzhen Graduate School, China

10:40-11:10     Coffee break, Kylin Villa

11:10-12:20     Parallel Session 4: Nutrient recovery, technology and market related issues (Contd.)

Session Chair: Jörg Drewes, Technische Universität München, Germany      Parallel Session 6: Microscopic level of catalytic water treatment processes: challenges and opportunities

Session Chair: Paul Tratnyek, Oregon Institute of Science and Technology, USA

11:10-11:50     [INV07] Looking beyond struvite for P-recovery

Xiaodi Hao, Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture, China   [INV08] Mechanistic insights into silver nanoparticle-based water treatment technologies

David Waite, University of New South Wales, Australia

11:50-12:10     [O04.4] Effects of C/S ratios and nitrate dose on a Denitrifying Sulfur cycle-associated Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal (DS-EBPR) process for phosphorus recovery from saline sewage

M. Yu*1, Y.L. Li1, H. Lu1, G.H. Chen1 ,2,  1Sun Yat-sen University, China, 2The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China        [O06.1] Transformation of β-lactam antibiotics during water treatment with ferrate(VI): Reaction kinetics, transformation products, and changes of antibacterial activity

Y. Lee,  GIST, Republic of Korea

12:10-12:30     [O04.5] Novel technologies for low phosphorus discharge consents and resource recovery

M. Pidou*, R. Whitton, M. Santinelli, A. Muhammad, A. Soares, R. Villa, B. Jefferson,  Cranfield University, UK      [O06.2] Transformation of ranitidine during water treatment with chlorine, ozone, UV and UV/H2O2: Kinetics and effect on NDMA formation potential.

Z. Hidayat*, D. Jeon, J. Kim, Y. Lee,  Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea

12:30-13:30     Lunch, Kylin Villa

13:30-15:30     Parallel Session 7:Decentralized water recycling possibilities

Session Chair: Moo Young Han, Seoul National University, South Korea         Parallel Session 8: Reactive membranes and membrane materials

Session Chair: Gianluca Li Puma, Loughborough University, UK

13:30-14:10     [INV09]  An academic perspective of decentralized wastewater management systems as a means of resource recovery

John Buchanan, University of Tennessee, USA        [INV10]  Photocatalytic membrane reactor treatment: A synergistic approach for micropollutants removal and fouling control

Kwang-Ho Choo, Kyungpook National University, South Korea

14:10-14:30     [O07.1] Study of blast-furnace-slag effective life and phosphorus  removal mechanisms in an aerated blast-furnace-slag filter

R. Hamdan*1, D. Mara2,  1Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia, Malaysia, 2Universiti Of Leeds, UK      [O08.1] Characterization of carbon nanotube-based membranes and application for pharmaceutical degradation

J.E. Yanez Heras*, C. Zwiener, Eberhard Karls Universitaet Tuebingen, Germany

14:30-14:50     [O07.2] Aerobic granular sludge in oily wastewater treatment process: Performances, characteristics and potential utilization

S. Wang*1, W.X. Shi2, S.L. Yu3, J. Li1,  1Jiangnan University, China, 2Harbin Institute of Technology, China, 3Tongji University, China         [O08.2] Graphene oxide (GO) based PVDF hybrid membranes for water treatment

X.W. Zhang,  Monash University, Australia

14:50-15:10     [O07.3] Reuse of Bangkok water treatment sludge as superb plant growing media

P. Saradhuldhat*, T. Havanonda,  Kasetsart University, Thailand

         [O08.3] Application of a novel photocatalytic metal membrane with self-organized reactive TiO2 nanotubes for the removal of N-Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) in water

M. Kim1, J. Chung2, J. Kim*3,  1Korean Minjok Leadership Academy, Republic of Korea, 2Samsung Engineering CO.Ltd., Republic of Korea, 3Hanyang University, Republic of Korea

15:10-15:30     [O07.4] Evaluating the potential of multi-sourcing urban water harvest at building scale

K.J. An*, Y.F. Lam, S. Hao, H. Furumai,  City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong       [O08.4] Effects of gas back-diffusion and membrane bundling on the Membrane-Aerated Biofilm Reactor (MABR)

M. Aybar1 ,2, P. Perez-Calleja*3, C. Picioreanu4, K. Martin5, G. Pizarro3, L. Esteban Garcia3, R. Nerenberg1,  1University of Notre Dame, USA, 2Catholic University of Chile, Chile, 3University of Cantabria, Spain, 4Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, 5University of Michigan, USA

15:30-16:00     Coffee break, Kylin Villa

16:00-18:00     Parallel Session 9: Storm water harvesting and Technologies

Session Chair: John Buchanan, University of Tennessee, USA

         Parallel Session 10: Catalytic processes and controls in radical-driven treatment reaction

Session Chair: Gregory Korshin, University of Washington, USA

16:00-16:40     [INV11] Science, technology and practice of rainwater harvesting

Moo Young Han, Seoul National University, South Korea        [INV12] Treatment of cyanotoxins by visible light-activated titanium dioxide catalysts

Dionysios Dionysiou, University of Cincinnati, USA

16:40-17:00     [O09.1] Improving stormwater quality by bioretention basins: surface-modified sand filters for bacteria removal

M. Deng, D.C.W. Tsang*,  Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong   [O10.1] MnOx as effective heterogeneous catalysts in activation of peroxymonosulfate for phenol degradation

E. Saputra, Y. Wang, H.Q. Sun*, H.M. Ang, M.O. Tade, S.B. Wang,  Curtin University, Australia

17:00-17:20     [O09.2] Water quality dynamics in innovative rainwater infiltration and storage tank attached to road

H. Okui*, M. Imbe, T. Maruyama,  Association for Rainwater Storage and Infiltration Technology, Japan         [O10.2] Ozonation of diethyl phthalate in water with graphite supported cerium oxide catalyst

Z.Q. Liu1, Y.H. Cui*1, G. Wen2, J. Ma3, B.P. Zhang1,  1Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China, 2Xi’an University of Architecture and Technology, China, 3Harbin Institute of Technology, China

17:20-17:40     [O09.3] Development of antimicrobial media and assessment in biofilter for passive pathogen removal in field scale with the aim towards stormwater harvesting

Y.L. Li*1 ,2, A. Deletic1 ,2, D.T. McCarthy1 ,2,  1monash university, Australia, 2Cooperative Research Centre for Water Sensitive Cities, Australia       [O10.3] Transformation of unsymmetrical dimethyl hydrazide and hydrazine to NDMA during ozonation: kinetics, pathways, and mechanisms

S. Lim*, Y. Lee,  Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Republic of Korea

17:40-18:00     [O09.4] Estimation of rainwater utilization at the individual house based on the monitoring data for 30 years

M. Imbe, H. Okui*,  Association for Rainwater Storage and Infiltration Technology, Japan         [O10.4] Oxidation of pharmaceuticals by zero-valent iron/polyphosphates in the presence of oxygen at neutral pH

H-H. Kim*, H. Lee, H-E. Kim, C. Lee,  Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), Republic of Korea

19:00        Gala Dinner at the Kylin Villa

January 14

09:00-10:40     Parallel Session 11: Energy recovery

Session Chair: Hanqing Yu, USTC, China

         Parallel Session 12: Catalysis in advanced reduction processes

Session Chair: Sixto Malato, Plataforma Solar, Spain

 

09:00-09:40     [INV13] Resource efficiency and recovery - Key drivers in future wastewater management approaches

Jurg Keller, University of Queensland, Australia     [INV14] Activation and catalysis in advanced reduction processes for water treatment

Paul Tratnyek, Oregon Institute of Science and Technology, USA

09:40-10:00     [O11.1] Contribution of homoacetogenesis to heterotrophic methane production with exogenous H2/CO2 involved

R. Liu, X. Hao*, Y. Cao, Y. Hu,  Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture, China    [O12.1] Removal of hexabromocyclododecane with Cu nanoparticles formed in the anaerobic environment

C.P. Tso*, Y.H. Shih,  National Taiwan University, Taiwan

10:00-10:20     [O11.2] Synergistic effects of free nitrous acid (FNA) and hydrogen peroxide on methane productionfrom waste activated sludge (WAS)

T. Zhang*, Q. Wang, L. Ye, D. Batstone, Z. Yuan,  The University of Queensland, Australia        [O12.2] Catalytic reduction of bromate in water solution by ru/ac catalyst: reduction pathway, reaction kinetics and operational parameters

Z.J. Dong1, W.C. Yin2, W.Y. Dong*3,  1Shenzhen Polytechnic, China, 2China Architecture Design Academy Co. Ltd, China, 3Harbin Institute of Technology Shenzhen Graduate School, China

10:20-10:40     [O11.3] Selection and breeding of a high-lipid containing microalga mutant strain of Chlorella pyrenoidosa by ion beam implantation

R.J. Tu*1, W.B. Jin1, M. Wang1, W.M. Wu2,  1Harbin Institute of Technology Shenzhen Graduate School, China, 2Stanford University, USA         [O12.3] Coupled effects of aging and weak magnetic fields on sequestration of selenite by zero-valent iron

L.P. Liang*1, X.H. Guan1, P.G. Tratnyek1 ,2,  1Tongji University, China, 2Oregon Health & Science University, USA

10:40-11:10     Coffee break

11:10-12:20     Parallel Session 13: Chemicals recycling/recovery

Session Chair: Jurg Keller, University of Queensland, Australia

         Parallel Session 14: Catalytic methods in water reuse operations

Session Chair: Kwang-Ho Choo, Kyungpook National University, South Korea

 

11:10-11:50     [INV15] Combining mixed culture fermentation with electrochemistry for simultaneous production and extraction of carboxylates

Korneel Rabaey, Ghent University, Belgium    [INV16] Photochemical and photocatalytic removal of contaminants of emerging concern in water and wastewater: Scaling down the reactor scale to the micrometer scale

Gianluca Li Puma, Loughborough University, UK

11:50-12:10     [O13.1] Caustic soda recovery and sulfide removal from spent caustic streams with electrochemical treatment

E. Vaiopoulou*1, I. Pikaar2, K. Rabaey1,  1Ghent University, Belgium, 2University of Queensland, Australia    [O14.1] Online monitoring-based examination of the efficiency of removal of polycyclic synthetic musks and antineoplastic drugs by wastewater ozonation

W. Li1, G.V. Korshin*2,  1Nanjing Forestry University, China, 2University of Washington, USA

12:10-12:30     [O13.2] Carbon recovery from organic waste as bioplastics

E. Korkakaki*, M.C.M. van Loosdrecht, R. Kleerebezem,  Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands      [O14.2] Occurrence of organophosphorus flame retardants in 5 municipal wastewater treatment plants effluents in catalonia: Study of their degradation by ozone and UV/H2O2

D.D. Ramos1, J. Cristale2, R.F. Dantas3, S. Lacorte2, C. Sans*3, R.P. Cavalcante1, A. Machulek1,  1Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil, 2IDAEA-CSIC, Spain, 3University de Barcelona, Spain

12:30-12:40     Conference Chair – Final Words

12:40        Conference Close

        

14:00-16:00     Academic Workshop

Writing and Submission of Articles for Water Research, with Q & A.

Keynote Speaker: Mark van Loosdrecht, Editor-in-Chief of WR

Chinese speaker: Xiaodi HAO, Editor of WR    Technical Excursion

Visiting onsite water reuse demonstration project.

Organizer: Prof. Wenbiao Jin, HIT, China

For all interested attendees

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