2023 - Research.com Environmental Sciences in Qatar Leader Award
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Reverse osmosis, Waste management, Microfiltration, Water treatment and Desalination. His Reverse osmosis research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Wastewater, Environmental engineering and Electrodialysis. His Environmental engineering research includes themes of Distillation, Geothermal desalination, Low-temperature thermal desalination and Membrane distillation.
His study focuses on the intersection of Electrodialysis and fields such as Membrane reactor with connections in the field of Environmental chemistry. He has researched Microfiltration in several fields, including Fouling, Membrane technology and Ultrafiltration. His work in Water treatment addresses issues such as Ultrafiltration, which are connected to fields such as Chromatography, Pulp and paper industry and Water quality.
His main research concerns Waste management, Environmental engineering, Produced water, Reverse osmosis and Water treatment. Samer Adham combines subjects such as Desalination, Low-temperature thermal desalination and Membrane distillation with his study of Environmental engineering. The Reverse osmosis study combines topics in areas such as Membrane technology, Total dissolved solids, Process engineering and Nanofiltration.
His research in Membrane technology intersects with topics in Microfiltration, Chromatography and Ultrafiltration. His research in Water treatment tackles topics such as Filtration which are related to areas like Chemical engineering. His Wastewater research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Fouling, Pulp and paper industry and Bioreactor.
Samer Adham mainly investigates Process engineering, Chemical engineering, Forward osmosis, Wastewater and Produced water. His Forward osmosis study is associated with Reverse osmosis. His work is dedicated to discovering how Wastewater, Desalination are connected with Fouling and other disciplines.
His research investigates the connection with Produced water and areas like Adsorption which intersect with concerns in Nuclear chemistry and Water treatment. His biological study deals with issues like Scientific method, which deal with fields such as Environmental engineering. Samer Adham focuses mostly in the field of Nanofiltration, narrowing it down to matters related to Microfiltration and, in some cases, Ultrafiltration.
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Role of membranes and activated carbon in the removal of endocrine disruptors and pharmaceuticals
Shane A. Snyder;Samer Adham;Adam M. Redding;Fred S. Cannon.
Mechanism of Cryptosporidium, Giardia, and MS2 virus removal by MF and UF
Joseph G. Jacangelo;Samer S. Adham;Jean-Michel Laîné.
Journal American Water Works Association (1995)
Adsorption of organic pollutants by natural and modified clays: A comprehensive review
Abdelrahman M. Awad;Shifa M.R. Shaikh;Rem Jalab;Mona H. Gulied.
Separation and Purification Technology (2019)
Application of Membrane Distillation for desalting brines from thermal desalination plants
Samer Adham;Altaf Hussain;Joel Minier Matar;Raul Dores.
Investigation of seawater reverse osmosis fouling and its relationship to pretreatment type.
Manish Kumar;Samer S. Adham;William R. Pearce.
Environmental Science & Technology (2006)
Innovative beneficial reuse of reverse osmosis concentrate using bipolar membrane electrodialysis and electrochlorination processes
Mohammad Badruzzaman;Joan Oppenheimer;Samer Adham;Manish Kumar.
Journal of Membrane Science (2009)
Effect of coagulation on the size of MF and UF membrane foulants.
Kerry J. Howe;Ashish Marwah;Kuang-Ping Chiu;Samer S. Adham.
Environmental Science & Technology (2006)
Predicting and Verifying Organics Removal by PAC< in an Ultrafiltration System
Samer S. Adham;Vernon L. Snoeyink;Mark M. Clark;Jean Luc Bersillon.
Journal American Water Works Association (1991)
Are membrane bioreactors ready for widespread application
Glen T. Daigger;Bruce E. Rittmann;Samer Adham;Gianni Andreottola.
Environmental Science & Technology (2005)
Feasibility of the membrane bioreactor process for water reclamation
S. Adham;P. Gagliardo;L. Boulos;J. Oppenheimer.
Water Science and Technology (2001)
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