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Prof. Wolfgang Arlt, Der Universitat Erlangen Nurnberg, Germany
Prof. Daniel Armstrong, University of Texas, USA
Prof. Martin Atkins, Petronas, Malaysia
Prof. Joao Coutinho, University of Aveiro, Portugal
Prof. Robin Rogers, University of Alabama, USA
Prof. Joan Brennecke, University of Notre Dame, USA
Prof. Margarida Costa Gomes, Université Blaise Pascal, France
Prof. Philip Jessop, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
Prof. Udo Kragl, Universität Rostock, Germany
Prof. Edward Maginn, University of Notre Dame, USA
Prof. Agilio Padua, Université Blaise Pascal, France
Dr. Paul Painter, Pennsylvania State University, USA
Dr. Thomas Schubert, Iolitec, Germany
Z. Conrad Zhang, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics
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The aim of the Second International Conference on Ionic Liquids in Separation and Purification Technology is to provide a forum for researchers in academia and industry to share and discuss their cutting edge results on the use of ionic liquids in separation applications. This meeting will build on the momentum from the first ILSEPT meeting held in 2011.
Ionic liquids are an exciting class of solvents that possess unique properties such as negligible vapor pressure, wide liquidus range, tunable solvating power, and high thermal stability. Due to these special properties, they have found a wide range of applications in fields as diverse as petrochemicals, fine chemicals, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, hydrometallurgy, environmental remediation and nuclear sciences. In all these fields ionic liquids can provide novel intensified separation and purification technologies that enable major contributions towards establishing the sustainable processes required for the future process industry. Clear examples are their increased solvating power for extractive separations, ability to separate azeotropic mixtures and their ability to dissolve a wide range of natural materials such as cellulose, carbohydrates and lignin.
The scientific program will offer plenary lectures, submitted oral presentations and poster sessions. Outside the session lecture theatres, you will also find numerous exhibitors presenting their contributions.