EDS launches 2014 desalination courses with Rome event

The European Desalination Society (EDS) kicks off a list of six events in its series of Master Courses with a three-day course in Rome, Italy, on Membrane Technology, Process & System Design on 3‑5 March 2014.

Staged at University Campus Bio-Medico of Rome Faculty of Engineering, the course will be led by Dr Mark Wilf, who has been involved in process development, system design, project execution, plant operation and maintenance of large, commercial desalination plants in US, Europe and Middle East since 1977.

The five other events will be:

24-27 March 2014, Italy. 
Ion-Exchange Membranes Processes: The Principle and Practical Applications.
 Lecturer: Prof Heiner Strathmann

31 March-3 April 2014, Italy. 
Pretreatment, Membrane Fouling and Scaling. 
Lecturer: Prof Jan Schippers

10-11 May 2014, Grand Resort Hotel, Limassol, Cyprus.
 Water Treatment for Hydraulic Fracturing. 
Lecturer: John Walsh

10 May 2014, Grand Resort Hotel, Limassol, Cyprus. 
How to Correct the Biggest BWRO and SWRO Problems. 
Lecturer: David H Paul

11-13 June 2014, Almeria, Spain.
 Desalination with Solar Energy.
 Lecturers: Julián Blanco, Diego-César Alarcón-Padilla, 
Guillermo Zaragoza

Information on all these courses can be found on the EDS website.

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