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  • Speakers



    Maciej Radosz

    University of Wyoming, US

    Separating CO2 from Power-Plant Flue Gas on Porous Carbons

    Hideto Matsuyama

    Kobe University, Japan

    Preparation and characterization of hollow fiber membrane for water treatment

    Xiao Dong Chen

    Monash University, Australia

    Freezing Induced Separations – Principles and Some Good Ideas

    Hwayong Kim

    Seoul National University, Korea

    A Quasichemical Nonrandom Lattice Fluid Equation of State

    Won-Hi Hong

    KAIST, Korea

    Recent Advances in Nanoporous Materials in Separating Agents
    Brief Biography of Professor Maciej Radosz

Prof. Radosz joined UW in 2000 as Professor and Department Head. He came from Louisiana State University where he was a Distinguished Professor and Gautreaux Endowed Chair in Chemical Engineering and Adjunct Professor of Chemistry. Following his PhD from Poland and two postdoc assignments in Norway and at Purdue University, Prof. Radosz spent 15 years with Exxon in New Jersey. While there, he also served as Visiting Professor at Rutgers University and a member of graduate committees at Princeton, Lehigh, Cornell and Johns Hopkins Universities. Prof. Radosz is a Fellow of American Institute of Chemical Engineers. He served as an Editor of Fluid Phase Equilibria, a member of four editorial boards, and Distinguished Lecturer for the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science. Prof. Radosz is co-author of 2 books and over 200 peer-reviewed publications that generated over 4,300 citations

  • Brief Biography of Professor Hideto Matsuyama

    • Faculty / Institute: Graduate School of Engineering

    • Department: Department of Chemical Science and Engineering

    • Related Faculty / Institute: Organization of Advanced Science and Technology

    • Field of Research (key word): Chemical Engineering Membrane Technology Separation Technology


  • S. Rajabzadeh, M. Teramoto, M.H. Al-Marzouqi, E. Kamio, Y. Ohmukai, T. Maruyama, H. Matsuyama, Journal of Membrane Science 346 (2010) 86.

  • S. Rajabzadeh, S. Yoshimoto, M. Teramoto, M. Al-Marzouqi, H. Matsuyama, Separation and Purification Technology 69 (2009) 210.

  • S. Hanioka, T. Sotani, H. Matsuyama, M. Goto, M. Teramoto, F. Kubota, M. Hanaki, T. Maruyama, Journal of Membrane Science 314 (2008) 1.

  • X. Fu, T. Sotani, T. Maruyama, H. Matsuyama, Journal of Membrane Science 320 (2008) 483.

  • N. A. Rahman, T. Sotani, H. Matsuyama, Journal of Applied Polymer Science 108 (2008) 3411.

  • X. Fu, T. Sotani, H. Matsuyama, Desalination 233 (2008) 10.

  • N. A. Rahman, T. Maruyama, H. Matsuyama, Journal of Applied Sciences in Environmental Sanitation 3 (2008) 1.

  • More Information:

Born in Beijing in 1965, graduated with a BE in Engineering Mechanics from Tsinghua University (1987), then completed his PhD in Chemical and Process Engineering at Canterbury University in New Zealand (1991). After working for Fonterra for 2.5 years, he took up a lectureship at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. Over his 16-year academic career, he has published over 300 refereed journal articles and 180 conference papers, 3 books, 13 book chapters, and over 50 reports on industrial consulting projects in Food and Biological Engineering, and Chemical Engineering areas. He was made a Personal Chair of Chemical Engineering in 2001 at Auckland. In 2006, he was appointed to the Chair of Biotechnology and Professor of Chemical Engineering at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. He has received many awards of distinction including Shedden Uhde Medal (1999), ER Cooper Medal (2002), Hood Fellow (2005), Nan-Qiang Scholar Xiamen University (2004), Inaugural Fonterra Award (2006), ADC Award of Excellence in Drying Research (2007), AFISA Award for Excellence in Drying R & D (2008), Monash Dean’s Award for Excellence in Research (2009). He is the Deputy Head of Chemical Engineering and Associate Dean International for the Faculty of Engineering at Monash (2007-2009). He has delivered keynote presentations in a number of international conferences. He was a con-current Chair of Engineering at China Agricultural University (2005-2008). He is a Fellow of Royal Society of NZ and a Fellow of Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering, and is also a Fellow of IChemE. He is the Thousand Talent Professor and Head of Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, Xiamen University (2010-).

  • Curriculum Vitae of Professor Hwayong Kim


Thesis Title: Vapor Liquid Equilibria in mixtures of Light Gases and Heavy Organic Substances at Elevated Temperature and Pressure

Thesis Advisor: Professor K. C. Chao


  • 1977~1979: Researcher, Division of Chemical Engineering, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Seoul, Korea

  • 1984~1985, Research Associate, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Delaware, Newark, U.S.A

  • 1985~1990: Principal Researcher, Division of Chemical Engineering, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Seoul, Korea

  • 1990~Present, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor, Dept. of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea

  • 2003~2004: Head, School of Chemical Engineering, Seoul National University


Phase Equilibria

  • Vapor-Liquid Equilibria

  • Liquid-Liquid Equilibria

  • Monte Carlo Simulation

  • Equation of state, etc.

Separation Processes

  • Distillation

  • Extraction

  • Membrane

  • PSA

Supercritical Fluid

  • Emulsion Polymerization

  • Supercritical Extraction


  • Chairman, Division of Separation Technology, The Korean Institute of Chemical Engineers, (2000-2002)

  • Full Member, The National Academy of Engineering of Korea (2002-Present)

  • President, Korea Gas Society (2003-2004)

  • President, The Korean Society of clean Technology (2004-2005)

  • Director, Asian Pacific Confederation of Chemical Engineering (2004-Present)

  • Director, Institute of Chemical Process (2005-2006)

  • President, Korean Institute of Chemical Engineers (2008)

  • Curriculum Vitae of Professor Won-Hi Hong


  • 1965.03.01-1973.02.20.: B.S. in (Astronomy and Meteorology) (Seoul National Univ.)

  • 1973.03.01-1979.10.31: M.S. in (Chemical Engineering) (Technische Universitaet Berlin)

  • 1980.01.01-1983.07.20: Ph.D. in (Chemical Engineering) (Technische Universitaet Berlin)


  • 1980-1984: Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, Institut fuer Chemieingenieurtechnik, TUB

  • 1984-1987: Senior Researcher, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, KAIST

  • 1987-1988: Assistant Professor, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, KIT

  • 1988-1994: Associate Professor, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, KAIST

  • 1990-2000: Consulting Professor, Hankook Tire Research Institute

  • 1990-2000: Scientific Advisory board, Bioprocess Engineering Journal

  • 1994-present: Professor, Dept. of Chemical Engineering & Biomolecular Eng, KAIST


  • 2004.10.: Excellent Research Award, The Korean Society of Clean Technology

  • 2008.10: Award for Excellent Publication, The Korean Institute of Chemical Engineers

  • 2008.12: Award for Fair Evaluation of R&D Program, Ministry of Knowledge Economy


  • 2006-2007: The Korean Institute of Chemical Engineers(KlChE), Vice President

  • 2005-2006: Daejeon-Chungnam region – KlChE, President

  • 2002-2003: The Korean Society of Clean Technology, President

  • 2000-2001: The Korean Society of Clean Technology, Vice President

  • 1998-1999: The Division of Separation Technology – KlChE, President

  • 1995-1997: The Korean Society of Clean Technology, The chief editor

  • 1999. 8.: The 5th International Conference on Separation Technology-between Korea and Japan, the chairman of the organizing committee

  • 1998. 8.: The 2nd International Conference on Separation Technology-between Korea and China, the chairman of the organizing committee

  • 2007.10.: The 5th International Conference on Separation Science and Technology, ICSST 2007 Conference Chairman

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