2023 - Research.com Chemistry in Belgium Leader Award
His scientific interests lie mostly in Nanofiltration, Chemical engineering, Membrane technology, Chromatography and Inorganic chemistry. The study incorporates disciplines such as Reverse osmosis, Solvent, Contact angle, Ultrafiltration and Zeta potential in addition to Nanofiltration. His research integrates issues of Environmental engineering and Electrodialysis in his study of Reverse osmosis.
He is interested in Nanoparticle, which is a branch of Chemical engineering. He has included themes like Water treatment, Microfiltration, Pervaporation and Adsorption in his Membrane technology study. In his research on the topic of Chromatography, Synthetic membrane and Analytical chemistry is strongly related with Membrane fouling.
Chemical engineering, Nanofiltration, Electrodialysis, Chromatography and Aqueous solution are his primary areas of study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Permeation, Fouling, Interfacial polymerization and Polymer. Bart Van der Bruggen usually deals with Interfacial polymerization and limits it to topics linked to Nanocomposite and Pervaporation.
His Nanofiltration research integrates issues from Reverse osmosis, Solvent, Membrane technology, Ultrafiltration and Permeance. His studies deal with areas such as Ion exchange, Ion, Waste management, Inorganic chemistry and Selectivity as well as Electrodialysis. The Aqueous solution study which covers Nuclear chemistry that intersects with Adsorption.
His primary areas of investigation include Chemical engineering, Nanofiltration, Nanocomposite, Interfacial polymerization and Aqueous solution. His primary area of study in Chemical engineering is in the field of Contact angle. His Nanofiltration research also works with subjects such as
His research in Interfacial polymerization intersects with topics in Ultrafiltration, Polysulfone and Polyamide. His studies in Aqueous solution integrate themes in fields like Adsorption and Nuclear chemistry. His Fouling research incorporates elements of Membrane technology and Biofouling.
Bart Van der Bruggen focuses on Chemical engineering, Nanofiltration, Desalination, Interfacial polymerization and Electrodialysis. His Chemical engineering study incorporates themes from Membrane technology, Fouling and Aqueous solution. He combines subjects such as Reverse osmosis, Polymeric membrane and Sewage treatment with his study of Membrane technology.
His Nanofiltration research incorporates elements of Biochemical engineering, Polysulfone, Composite membrane, Nanomaterials and Permeance. He has included themes like Mechanical strength and Pervaporation in his Desalination study. His Electrodialysis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Ion exchange, Nuclear chemistry, Inorganic chemistry, Copper and Chromium.
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A review of pressure‐driven membrane processes in wastewater treatment and drinking water production
Bart Van Der Bruggen;Carlo Vandecasteele;Tim Van Gestel;Tim Van Gestel;Wim Doyen.
Environmental Progress (2003)
The use of nanoparticles in polymeric and ceramic membrane structures: review of manufacturing procedures and performance improvement for water treatment.
Jeonghwan Kim;Bart Van der Bruggen.
Environmental Pollution (2010)
Removal of pollutants from surface water and groundwater by nanofiltration: overview of possible applications in the drinking water industry.
Bart Van der Bruggen;Carlo Vandecasteele.
Environmental Pollution (2003)
Influence of ion size and charge in nanofiltration
Johan Schaep;Bart Van der Bruggen;Carlo Vandecasteele;Dirk Wilms.
Separation and Purification Technology (1998)
Global Phosphorus Scarcity and Full-Scale P-Recovery Techniques: A Review
Evelyn Desmidt;Karel Ghyselbrecht;Yang Zhang;Luc Pinoy.
Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology (2015)
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN MEMBRANE-BASED TECHNOLOGIES FOR CO2 CAPTURE
Patricia Luis;Tom Van Gerven;Bart Van der Bruggen.
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science (2012)
Distillation vs. membrane filtration: overview of process evolutions in seawater desalination
Bart Van der Bruggen;Carlo Vandecasteele.
Covalent organic frameworks for membrane separation.
Shushan Yuan;Shushan Yuan;Xin Li;Junyong Zhu;Gang Zhang.
Chemical Society Reviews (2019)
Metal–organic frameworks based membranes for liquid separation
Xin Li;Xin Li;Yuxin Liu;Jing Wang;Jorge Gascon.
Chemical Society Reviews (2017)
Influence of low temperature thermal pre-treatment on sludge solubilisation, heavy metal release and anaerobic digestion.
Lise Appels;Jan Degrève;Bart Van der Bruggen;Jan Van Impe.
Bioresource Technology (2010)
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