Impacts of water quality, membrane material and operating conditions on the performance and economics of MF/UF membranes in water and wastewater treatment
Eric Hoek, Ph.D.
Eric M.V. Hoek is a Professor in the UCLA Department Civil & Environmental Engineering. His UCLA research group explores the union of nanomaterials and membrane technologies for water, energy, biomedical and environmental applications. In the past decade, he has co-authored over a hundred scientific articles, book chapters, patents and proceedings papers, is a former Editor of the journal Desalination and recently co-edited The Encyclopedia of Membrane Science & Technology for John Wiley & Sons.Hoek also enjoys applying his basic research knowledge to practical applications having consulted for a range of private companies, law firms, US federal, state and local agencies, private research foundations, NGOs and foreign national research agencies. Dr. Hoek has served as an advisor on major water reuse and desalination projects in Southern California, and has been involved with the formation of several water technology startup companies including NanoH2O (nanoh2o.com) and Water Planet Engineering (wpeh2o.com).
Date(s) - Apr 05, 2018
11:00 am - 12:00 pm