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Monday, July 3rd, 2017 Room: Auditorium II, B1, KOFST building

Tutorial
TIME TITLE
13:00 ~ 15:30 CDI
Prof. Matthew Suss (Technion University)
Dr. Maarten Biesheuvel (Wetsus)
Break
15:45 ~ 17:30 ED
Dr. Michele Tedesco (Wetsus)
Dr. Maarten Biesheuvel (Wetsus)

Tuesday, July 4th, 2017 Room: Main auditorium, B1, KOFST building

TIME TITLE
8:00 ~ Registration
9:00 ~ 9:30 Opening words
Session 1 (T1) - CDI Basic & Perspectives (I) Chair: Changha Lee (Ulsan National Institute of Science & Technology)
9:30 ~ 10:00 Bert Van der Wal (Wageningen University)
New developments in CDI: A perspective on commercial opportunities
10:00 ~ 10:30 Maarten Biesheuvel (Wetsus)
Theory for ion storage and transport in porous electrodes: Simple models that can do a lot
Coffee break (20 min)
Session 2 (T1) - CDI Basic & Perspectives (II) Chair: Matthew Suss (Technion University)
10:50 ~ 11:20 Jeyong Yoon (Seoul National University
Principle of CDI and its potential as desalination technology
11:50 ~ 11:50 David Waite (University of New South Wales)
Faradaic reactions in CDI: Problems and possibilities
11:50 ~ 12:10 Slawomir Porada (University of Twente)
Why selective ion removal is important? Examples and applications
Lunch (12:10 - 14:00)
Session 3 (T3) - Faradaic CDI & Flow - electrode CDI (I) Chair: T Alan Hatton (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Chair: Dong Kook Kim (Korea Institute of Energy Research)
14:00 ~ 14:30 Matthew Suss (Technion University)
Flow and CDI, advances in flowable electrodes and flow-through electrodes
14:30 ~ 14:50 Dong Kook Kim (Korea Institute of Energy Research)
Continuous deionization process based on capacitive flow-electrodes
14:50 ~ 15:05 Bruce E Logan (Penn State University)
Using concentration flow cells with faradaic reactions for desalination or energy production from salinity differences
15:05 ~ 15:20 T Alan Hatton (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Electrochemically tunable affinity separation for removal of organic pollutants from water
Coffee break (20 min)
Session 4 (T4) - desalination Research & Development in Korea Chair: Seungkwan Hong (Korea University)
Chair: Seung Hyun Kim
15:40 ~ 16:00 Seung Hyun Kim (Kyungnam University)
GMVP in search of brine solution
16:00 ~ 16:20 Suing-il Choi (Korea University)
Global top: Eco-warterwork
16:20 ~ 16:40 Seungkwan Hong (Korea University)
Role of CDI in desalination: Prospect and challenge
16:40 ~ Poster Session (I) (At Auditorium I)
18:30 ~ Welcome Reception Dinner (At 4th floor)

Wednesday, July 5th, 2017 Room: Main auditorium, B1, KOFST building

Session 5 (W1) - Faradaic reaction in CDI Chair: Maarten Biesheuvel (Wetsus)
Chair: Michael Stadermann (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
TIME TITLE
9:00 ~ 9:20 Peng Liang (Tsinghua University)
Charge transfer promotion in CDI and FCDI
9:20 ~ 9:40 James Landon (University of Kentucky)
Stabilization techniques for carbon anodes in CDI systems
9:40 ~ 9:55 Izaak Cohen (Bar-Ilan University)
The effect of the flow-regime, reversal of polarization, and oxygen on the long term stability in CDI processes
9:55 ~ 10:10 Eran Avraham (Bar-Ilan University)
Oxygen reduction in CDI process: A trigger for capacitance fading
10:10 ~ 10:25 Jae-Hwan Choi (Kongju National University)
Effects of electrode reactions on the scale formation and desalination performance in membrane CDI
Coffee break (20 min)
Session 6 (W2) - Electrodialysis Chair: Sun Zhuo (East China National University)
Chair: Jaehwan Choi (Kongju University)
11:00 ~ 11:20 Michele Tedesco (Wetsus)
Seawater desalination via electrodialysis: Understanding coion and water transport through the membranes
11:20 ~ 11:35 Rhokyun Kwak (Korea Institute of Science & Technology)
Microfluidic approaches for engineering better electrodialysis
11:35 ~ 11:50 Yaoming Wang (University of Science and Technology of China)
ED assisting zero liquid discharge wastewater treatment
11:50 ~ 12:05 Sylwin Pawlowski (Universidade NOVA de Lisboa)
How to improve fluid mixing and power density in reverse electrodialysis? (hopes, expectations and reality about profiled membranes)
12:05 ~ 12:20 Chenxiao Jiang (University of Science and Technology of China)
Reclamation of aniline wastewater and CO2 capture using bipolar membrane electrodialysis
12:20 ~ 12:35 Won Sun Ryoo (Hongik University)
Numerical analysis on selective ion yransport in charged nano-pores for electrodialysis applications
Lunch (12:35 - 14:00)
Session 7 (W3) - Electrode Materials (I) Chair: Slawomir Porada (University of Twente)
Chair: Ho Kyong Shon (University of Technology Sydney)
14:00 ~ 14:15 Steven Hand (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign)
Low energy desalination of brackish water using manganese oxide coated pseudo-capacitive Electrodes
14:15 ~ 14:30 Jaehan Lee (Seoul National University)
Development of high performance desalination technologies with high salt adsorption capacity and efficient energy consumption
14:30 ~ 14:45 Xueliang Sun (Tsinghua University)
Moderately opxidized graphene-carbon nanotubes hybrid electrodes for efficient CDI
14:45 ~ 15:00 Julio J. Lado (Madrid Institute for Advanced Studies)
Nitrate removal by asymmetric CDI using oxide coated carbon electrodes
Coffee break (20 min)
Session 8 (W4) - CDI & ED Modeling Chair: Bert Van der Wal (Wageningen University)
Chair: Michele Tedesco (Wetsus)
15:20 ~ 15:50 Michael Stadermann (Lawrence Livermore National Lab.)
Optimization of CDI device performance
15:50 ~ 16:10 Kyle Smith (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign)
Cation intercalation desalination: Leveraging bulk charge-storage to extend salt adsorption capacity
16:10 ~ 16:30 Ali Mani (Stanford University)
Analysis of hydrodynamic effects offers insights into design of ion-selective membranes.
16:30 ~ 16:45 Chau-Chyun Chen (Texas Tech University)
Thermodynamic modeling of ion adsorption in CDI cell units with electrolyte nrtl Model
16:45 ~ 17:00 Jouke Dykstra (Wageningen University)
Theory on faradaic reactions, acid-base equilibria, ion transport and adsorption in (membrane) CDI
17:00 ~ 17:15 Hyomin Lee (Seoul National Universityy)
Spontaneous water desalination by diffusio-kinetic ion concentration polarization
17:15 ~ Poster Session (II) (At Auditorium I)
18:30 ~ Poster award (At Auditorium I)

Thursday, July 6th, 2017 Room: Main auditorium, B1, KOFST building

Seesion 9 (TH1) - Faradaic CDI & Flow-electrode CDI (II) Chair: Kyle Smith (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign)
Chair: Doo-hwan Jung (Korea Institute of Energy Research)
TIME TITLE
9:00 ~ 9:15 Seonghwan Kim (Seoul National University)
Novel hybrid electrochemical desalination system combined with oxidation process
9:15 ~ 9:30 Alexandra Rommerskirchen (DWI Leibniz Institute)
Energy considerations in continuous FCDI processes
9:30 ~ 9:45 Xiao Su (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Asymmetric faradaic systems for selective electrochemical separations - Suppression of side-reactions and mitigation of phfluctuations
9:45 ~ 10:00 Younghyun Cho (Korea Institute of Energy Research)
A novel three-dimensional desalination system utilizing honeycomb-shaped lattice structures for flow-electrode CDI
10:00 ~ 10:15 Kelsey B Hatzell (Vanderbilt University)
Direct observation of electrical percolation pathways in flowable electrodes
10:15 ~ 10:30 Jinxing Ma (University of New South Wales)
A comparative study of low and high carbon mass loadings in FCDI
Coffee break (20 min)
Session 10 (TH2) - Applications of ED & CDI Chair: Peng Liang (Tsinghua University)
Chair: Rhokyun Kwak (Korea Institute of Science & Technolgy)
10:50 ~ 11:20 Kyung Seok Kang (Siontech)
Development of all-in-one CDI electrodes and its applications
11:20 ~ 11:40 Sun Zhuo (East China Normal University)
Industrial applications of membrane CDI and Its outlook in China
11:40 ~ 12:00 Marta C Hatzell (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Exploring the potential for waste-heat recovery with CDI
12:00 ~ 12:15 Pina Fritz (Wageningen University)
CDI and inverted CDI as alternatives for ion exchange chromatography? An exergetic evaluation
12:15 ~ 12:30 Jang Yong You (Doosan Heavy Indus. & Const. co. ltd)
Evaluation of CDI system for low salinity water treatment
12:30 ~ 12:45 Ho Kyong Shon (University of Technology Sydney)
Bromide removal from seawater reverse osmosis permeate to reduce bromate formation using CDI
Lunch (12:45 - 14:20)
Session 11 (TH3) - Electrode Materials (II) Chair: Marta Hatzell (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Chair: Hyunwoong Park (Kyungpook University)
14:20 ~ 14:35 Pattarachai Srimuk (Leibniz Institute for New Materials)
Mxene as a novel intercalation-type pseudocapacitive cathode and anode for water desalination
14:35 ~ 14:50 Jun Jun Ma (Tsinghua University)
Using carbon nanotube to enhance the energy recovery from the flow-electrode CDI
14:50 ~ 15:05 Meng Li (ETH Zürich)
Pseudocapacitive electrodes for efficient CDI
15:05 ~ 15:20 Seungyeon Choi (KAIST)
Open-framework material for high performance membrane-free hybrid CDI
15:20 ~ 15:35 Juhan Lee (Leibniz Institute for New Materials)
Carbon/metal oxide nanohybrid material for PSEUDO-CDI
15:35 ~ 15:50 Jieshan Qiu (PSU-DUT Joint Center)
Carbon electrodes with modified surface charge for enhanced CDI
Coffee break (20 min)
Session 12 (TH4) - Factors of CDI System Design Chair: James Landon (University of Kentucky)
Chair: Won Sun Ryoo (Hongik University)
16:10 ~ 16:25 Roland D. Cusick (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign)
Desalting water with electric double-layers: Assessing impacts of material chemistry and operation strategies on CDI energy consumption and cost
16:25 ~ 16:40 Erin Marielle Remillard (Harvard University)
A direct comparison of flow-through and flow-by CDI
16:40 ~ 16:55 Jun Kim (Rice University)
Comparison of CDI models in two different pore geometries
16:55 ~ 17:10 Ulrich Hellriegel (University of Applied Sciences, Karlsruhe)
Modular concept for energy-efficient water desalination with CDI
17:10 ~ 17:25 Namsoo Park (Siontech)
Membrane CDI Performance and fouling: Carbon electrodes with ion exchange polymer coatings
17:25 ~ 17:40 Jongmoon Choi (Korea University)
CDI integrated with monovalent cation selective membrane for producing divalent cation-rich solution
17:40 ~ 17:55 Changyong Zhang (University of New South Wales)
Optimization of ammonia removal from brackish water by capacitive deionization
17:55 ~ Closing Remark

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