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报告题目:3D printing for membrane and module manufacture
报 告 人:Prof. G. Lipscomb
报告地点:腾讯会议
报告时间:5月11日,上午9:00-10:00

报告一:

报告时间:5月11号,上午9:00-10:00

报告题目:3D printing for membrane and module manufacture

参会软件:腾讯会议

会议号码:722-124-312

会议链接:https://meeting.tencent.com/dm/DxsgO5gB8Aop

Report I:

Report time: 9:00-10:00 am, May 11

Report title: 3D printing for membrane and module manufacturing

Participating software: Tencent Conference

Conference number: 722-124-312

Meeting link: https://meeting.tencent.com/dm/DxsgO5gB8Aop


报告二:

报告时间:6月8号,上午9:00-10:00

报告题目:The upper bound on membrane permeability and selectivity – does such a limit truly exist?

参会软件:腾讯会议

会议号码:918-645-926

会议链接:https://meeting.tencent.com/dm/MdcErVbGdYnz

Report II:

Report time: June 8, 9:00-10:00 a.m

Report title: the upper bound on membrane capability and selectivity – does such a limit really exist?

Participating software: Tencent Conference

Conference number: 918-645-926



G. Glenn Lipscomb教授个人介绍


Glenn教授从加州大学毕业后,接受了位于加利福尼亚州核桃溪的陶氏化学公司的工作。他是西方应用科学技术实验室团队的成员,该团队开发了陶氏的第二代气体分离膜,用于从空气中生产氮气。该产品目前是膜氮市场的三个主要产品之一。Glenn于1989年离开陶氏,成为辛辛那提大学化学工程系的助理教授。在那里,他发起了一项研究计划,重点是膜分离过程的基础科学和工程。他还曾担任AIChE学生分会顾问,该分会从1991年到1994年被公认为该国杰出的学生分会之一。1994年,Glenn搬到托莱多大学,1995年成为副教授,1999年成为教授。自2004年以来,他一直担任系主任。他的教学和研究活动获得了多个奖项,包括:托莱多大学工程学院杰出研究员奖和杰出教师奖;辛辛那提大学工程学院院长特别服务奖;辛辛那提大学化学工程系优秀教授。Glenn的研究兴趣涉及膜分离过程的各个方面,从材料合成到膜形成,再到模块和工艺设计。

他的工作已经产生了60多篇期刊文章,会议论文集和专利。他指导了14名硕士生和7名博士生的工作,并获得了近40项研究补助金,以支持学生及其工作。他的研究涉及与许多工业合作伙伴的合作,包括Generon IGS,Asahi-Kasei,Air Products,Fresenius Medical Care,Althin Medical和FilmTec。Glenn担任北美膜学会(NAMS)董事会成员已有八年。他目前负责监督NAMS业务办公室的运营,并担任秘书。他还曾担任NAMS副主席和主席。Glenn帮助在辛辛那提和托莱多开设了化学工程荣誉协会Omega Chi Epsilon的学生分会。在国家层面,他曾担任Omega Chi Epsilon副总裁,自2000年以来一直担任总裁。Glenn与他的妻子Janet Hartley(ChE '81),儿子Caleb,两只狗和两只猫一起居住在俄亥俄州的佩里斯堡。Glenn于2007年入选学院。


G. Glenn Lipscomb is Professor and Chair of Chemical Engineering at the University of Toledo. He received a BS from the University of Missouri at Rolla in 1981 and a PhD from the University of California at Berkeley in 1987. Professor Lipscomb worked three years for The Dow Chemical Company developing a second generation membrane process for nitrogen production from air. In 1989 he joined the University of Cincinnati and moved to Toledo in 1994. Professor Lipscomb has served as chair of the Chemical Engineering Department since 2004.

   The author of ~70 publications including four patents, Professor Lipscomb’s research focuses on membrane separation science and engineering. He has supervised over 20 graduate students and received nearly 40 grants to support their work. Professor Lipscomb is past Board Member and President of the North American Membrane Society. He also is past President and current Treasurer of Omega Chi Epsilon, the Chemical Engineering Honor Society. Professor Lipscomb is a member of the Journal of Membrane Science Editorial Board and a Fellow of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers.