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Posted on Feb. 18, 2019
The workshop aims to bring academics and professionals from the water sector to learn about the most economically and environmentally friendly water technologies and its application for water treatment and management in Kuwait. It will include contributions by key figures in the membrane technology from UK, KISR and Canada.
|Professor Adel Sharif
Winner of The Queen's 2011 Anniversary Prize for Water Research, Director, Centre for Osmosis Research & Applications, Chemical Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences, University of Surrey, UK. https://www.surrey.ac.uk/centre-osmosis-research-applications/about
|Dr. Mansour Ahmed
Acting Program Manager for Water Desalination Technologies Program at the Water Research Center (WRC) - KISR.
|Dr. Pouya Rezai
Associate Professor at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Lassonde School of Engineering, York University and a researcher in the field of microfluidics and Lab-on-Chips (LoC)
|February 14th 2019||Symposium|
|9:15AM||1. Keynote speech: Dr Adel Sherif|
|10:00AM||2.Keynote speech: Dr. Mansour Ahmed|
|11:45AM||4.Keynote speech: Dr Adel Sherif|
|1:30PM||5. Keynote speech: Dr. Rajesha Kumar|
|2:00 PM||6.Keynote speech: Dr. Pouya Rezai|
|2:30PM||Panel discussion “Potential and Challenges of Membrane Technologies in Kuwait”|