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Radioactive & Chemical Remediation and Fundamental of Adsorption by Nanoporous Materials
Radioactive & Chemical Remediation and Fundamental of Adsorption by Nanoporous Materials
Radioactive & Chemical Remediation and Fundamental of Adsorption by Nanoporous Materials
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Radioactive & Chemical Remediation and Fundamental of Adsorption by Nanoporous Materials

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WHO SHOULD ATTEND? …

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

All personnel involved in materials & chemical
reactions, and radioactive solutions fields:
Researchers, Academics, Postgraduates Students,
Chemists, Chemical Engineers, Material Engineers,
Materials, Rare Earth Manufacturer, CEOs.



Needless to say, adsorption process is
unambiguously important for remediation of
contaminated water and soil by adsorbents. In
general, performance of the adsorbents has been
normally assessed by capacity of the adsorbents.
However, not only property of the adsorbents but also chemical speciation of the contaminants is definitely important for removal efficiency. The chemical speciation of the contaminants is definitely one of the most important factors. However, especially for material scientists, it is often forgetful factor. If you have to treat multi-valence and redox sensitive heavy metals and rare earths, their chemical speciation cannot be omitted because their chemical forms are
easily changed depending on several chemical factors such as pH, redox, dissolved carbonate and phosphate concentration and so on. Therefore, the material scientists in charge of remediation for contaminated water and soil should always consider the chemical speciation of target contaminants.
In this context, basis on chemical speciation for the remediation will be reviewed and our application and modeling works with careful consideration on chemical speciation for remediation of contaminated water will be introduced to the audiences in this talk.

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  • 1. Radioactive & Chemical Remediation and Fundamental of Adsorption by Nanoporous MaterialsDate : 14th and 15th January 2013 (Monday & Tuesday)Time : 9:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.Venue : Kompleks EUREKA, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang WHO SHOULD ATTEND? REGISTRATION FEES All personnel involved in materials & chemical Covers training materials, refreshments including reactions, and radioactive solutions fields: lunch and Certificate of Attendance Researchers, Academics, Postgraduates Students, Chemists, Chemical Engineers, Material Engineers, Student Fee: MYR 600.00 per participant Materials, Rare Earth Manufacturer, CEOs. (Proof of Student I.D. is compulsory) HRDF Claimable* Normal Fee (Early Bird): MYR 800.00 *Subjected to HRDF Approval (Payment must be made before 31th Dec 2012) Chemical speciation -Most important Normal Fee: MYR 1,200.00 per participant but often forgetful factor on Group Fee*: MYR 960.00 per participant adsorption for material scientists- *Minimum 3 participants from the same Prof. Tsutomu SATO company/organization SUMMARY: Needless to say, adsorption process is Excursion to Penang World Heritage available upon unambiguously important for remediation of request, min of 3 persons contaminated water and soil by adsorbents. In Fundamentals and Application of general, performance of the adsorbents has been normally assessed by capacity of the adsorbents. Adsorption -Basic idea of Adsorption However, not only property of the adsorbents but also and Adsorption1,400.00 per participant Normal Fee: MYR Characterization of chemical speciation of the contaminants is definitely Nanoporous Materials and its important for removal efficiency. The chemical Group Fee : MYR X,XXX.00 per participant Application to Materials Separation speciation of the contaminants is definitely one of the Prof. Akihiko MATSUMOTO (Minimum 3 participants from the same most important factors. However, especially for material scientists, it is often forgetful factor. If you company/organization) plays key roles in energy- SUMMARY: Adsorption ) have to treat multi-valence and redox sensitive heavy efficient material separation and purification metals and rare earths, their chemical speciation processes. Nanoporous materials such as activated cannot be omitted because their chemical forms are carbons, zeolites, and porous silica are widely used easily changed depending on several chemical factors for the adsorbents as these are or after surface such as pH, redox, dissolved carbonate and phosphate treatment for the separation of target molecules. In concentration and so on. Therefore, the material designing an adsorption separation process, scientists in charge of remediation for contaminated understanding of the adsorption mechanism is water and soil should always consider the chemical important as well as understanding of chemical and speciation of target contaminants. geometrical features of the porous solids. This lecture provides fundamental idea of adsorption In this context, basis on chemical speciation for the phenomena, and basic aspects and adsorption remediation will be reviewed and our application and characterization of nanoporous materials. modeling works with careful consideration on Corroborative researches on adsorption separation chemical speciation for remediation of contaminated with some industrial companies will be also water will be introduced to the audiences in this talk. introduced at the seminar.
  • 2. SPEAKER 1: SPEAKER 2:Prof. Tsutomu SATO Prof. Akihiko MatsumotoDivision of Sustainable Resources Department of EnvironmentalEngineering, and Life Sciences,Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Engineering,Hokkaido University, Japan Toyohashi University of Technology,Education: Japan1987 B.Sc., Department of Geoscience, Joetsu University of Education, Japan Education:1989 M.A., Department of Geoscience, Joetsu University of 1984 B.Sc., Chiba University, Chiba, Japan Education, Japan 1986 M.Sc., Graduate School of Material Science,1992 PhD., Department of Mineral Resources Engineering, Chiba University Waseda University, Japan 1990 Ph.D., Graduate School of Material Science, Chiba UniversityCurrent Position:Head and Professor, Division of Sustainable Resources Current Position:Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Hokkaido University, Professor of the Department of Environmental and LifeJapan Sciences of Toyohashi University of Technology, JapanHonors:1992 Young Scientist Award from The Clay Science Society Honors: of Japan 1996 Fellowship awarded by Deutscher2005 UK-Japan Collaboration Awards-Green Sustainable Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD, German Chemistry Academic Exchange Service)2006 Applied Mineralogy Award from The Mineralogical Society of Japan 1999 Incentive award of Japan Adsorption Society2010 Best Paper Award from Mining and Materials Processing Inst., Japan Research Interest:2004,2010 & 2012 Best Paper Award from The Clay Since 1980’s he has been working in the field of Science Society of Japan adsorption science particular on development of novelResearch Interest: porous materials for selective gas separation, and - Remediation of contaminated water and soil characterization of the porous materials by adsorption - Long-term performance assessment of radioactive microcalorimetry. In recent years, he has been waste disposal interested in an efficient purification separation of - Alteration and dissolution kinetics of minerals biogas to methane by adsorption removal of impurities.Publication: - Publish in more than 100 international and Japanese Publication: journals More than 80 publications in international and Japanese - Co-author in more than 10 Japanese books. journals, and books.SPEAKER 3: Research Interest: Functional materials engineering, especially in biomaterials and nanoporous materials.Dr. Fei Yee YEOHAdvanced Nanoporous Honors:Materials Group, Dr YEOH has been awarded with numerous international visiting scientist and professorship, as well as international grants andSchool of Materials & Mineral awards from international exhibition for his research.Resources, Professional membership:Engineering Campus, USM. International Adsorption Society, Board of Engineers Malaysia,Education: Institute of Materials Malaysia and so forth.2000 B.Eng (Hons.) Mechanical Engineering, UTM Government/Private advisory committee2004 M.Sc., Materials Engineering, USM Dr YEOH is currently a Blue Ocean Strategy consultant to the2007 D.Eng, Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan Malaysian Ministry of Higher Education, and also a technology consultant to a few industries.Current Position:Senior Lecturer, School of Materials and Mineral Resources Publication:Engineering, Engineering Campus, Universiti Sains Malaysia. About 40 internationals journals and proceedings
  • 3. COURSED OUTLINE:DAY 10 9.30 – 10.30 am Registration/Tea Break10.30 – 12.30 pm Talk from Prof. Akihiko MATSUMOTO02.30 – 04.00 pm Talk from Dr. Yeoh Fei Yee04.00 – 05.00 pm Tea BreakDAY 209.30 – 10.30 am Registration/Coffee Break10.30 – 12.30 pm Talk from Prof. Tsutomu SATO12.30 – 02.30 pm Lunch and Break02.30 – 04.00 pm Discussion Session04.00 – 05.00 pm Tea BreakTechnical Details:Dr. Yeoh Fei YeeSchool of Materials & Mineral Resources Engineering, USM.Tel: 04-5996175Email: nanomat@eng.usm.myRegistration and others:Khairol Anuar Hazir MohammedUSAINS Holding Sdn. Bhd.Tel: 04-653 4372 / 012-286 9048Email: khairol@usainsgroup.com / usains.holding@yahoo.com /usains.holding@hotmail.comORGANIZED BY: In collaboration with: Advanced Nanoporous Materials Group School of Materials and Mineral Resources, Engineering Campus, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Seri Ampangan, 14300 Nibong Tebal, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia
  • 4. REGISTRATION FORM Radioactive & Chemical Remediation and Fundamental of Adsorption by Nanoporous Materials Please send registration form to : Khairol Anuar, USAINS Holding Sdn. Bhd., Ground Floor, Kompleks EUREKA, Universiti Sains Malaysia, 11800 USM PENANG. Fax : 04-657 2210 or Email to : khairol@usainsgroup.com / usains.holding@yahoo.com / usains.holding@hotmail.com ITEM PARTICIPANTS NAME POSITION & EMAIL 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Company: Address: Postcode: Contact Person: Mobile Phone: Telephone No.: Fax No. E-mail: Mode of Payment Number Bank No. of Participants: I enclose Crossed Cheque Bank Draft Group Discount: Money Order LO / PO Total Sum (MYR) Cheque / Bank Draft / Money Order / LO / PO must be made payable to ‘USAINS HOLDING SDN. BHD.’.1. Bank Transfer [Please fax your Bank-in Slip (Print your name & details on the slip)]. Payee Name : USAINS Holding Sdn. Bhd. Details : NANOPOROUS MATERIALS WORKSHOP 2013 Name of Bank : CIMB Bank Berhad (USM Branch), Universiti Sains Malaysia, 11800 USM Penang. Account Number : 0709-0006708-05-72. A Local Order (LO) or Purchase Order (PO) must be presented before the event. The Organizer reserves the right to refrain a registered participant from taking part in the event if no proof of payment can be presented. This only applies to registered participants who have NOT paid the registration fee PRIOR to the event date.3. Cancellation / Substitution A full refund less administration fee of MYR300.00 will be given for cancellation received not later than 10 working days before the course. No refund will be made after this period. However, substitute participants are welcomed at no extra charge provided written notice of at least 5 working days before the event is given to the Organizer.DisclaimerThe Organizer reserves the right to reschedule or cancel any part of its published programme or venue due to unforeseen circumstances and will not accept liability for costsincurred by participants or their organizations for the cancellation of travel arrangements and/or accommodation reservations as a result of the course being cancelled orpostponed. Advance notice will be given if there is such a change or cancellation.

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