Organised by: MEMSIS and KDS
In conjunction with the Singapore International Water Week (SIWW) 2018, the Membrane Society in Singapore (MEMSIS) will be organising a one day workshop on 13 July 2018.
Water is essential for life. However, water scarcity is becoming the largest global risk and is affecting every continent and billions of people in the world. Membrane technology plays a crucial role of long-term sustainable solution to water shortage issues.Both workshops will highlight the recent advancements in membrane science and technology for water production and desalination, wastewater treatment and reclamation. The workshops will provide a forum for exchange of ideas and thoughts, and discussion for the global membrane community.
Membrane Society in Singapore (MEMSIS) is a non-profit organisation registered with the Registry of Societies, Government of Singapore and is governed by a Board of Directors. The purposes of MEMSIS are i) to promote the interaction and exchange of ideas between researchers and practitioners in academia, government agencies or laboratories, and industry in Singapore in the area of membrane science and technology; ii) to promote regional and international cooperation and collaboration in the area of membrane science and technology; iii) to sponsor and host technical meetings, workshops and short courses in the area of membrane science and technology; iv) to recognise exceptional achievement in research and development in the area of membrane science and technology.