MRI Technology for Early Detection of Membrane Fouling

October 28, 2016

28 October 2016. Professor Mike Johns and Dr. Einar Fridjonsson from our NMR research group recently hosted Prof. Johannes Vrouwenvelder of KAUST.  The purpose of the visit was to further collaboration in the area of MRI technology for early detection of membrane fouling.  Einar and Johannes both attended the World Water Congress & Exhibition held from the 9th-14th October in Brisbane.   At the conference Einar and Johannes presented on “Early Non-destructive Fouling Detection In Spiral-wound RO Membranes Using A Portable Low Magnetic Field NMR” and “State-of-the-art Non-destructive Biofilm Characterization Techniques In Membranes Systems” respectively.  KAUST, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology is a private research university located in Thuwal, Saudi Arabia.

World Water Congress & Exhibition 2016

Prof. Mike Johns, Prof. Johannes Vrouwenvelder and Dr. Einar Fridjonsson at UWA Crawley Campus




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