PROCEEDINGS OF THE 6TH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON GREEN AND SMART TECHNOLOGIES FOR A SUSTAINABLE SOCIETY
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PROCEEDINGS OF THE 6TH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON GREEN AND SMART TECHNOLOGIES FOR A SUSTAINABLE SOCIETY (ebook)

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This symposium, originally founded in 2013 by Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Universidad de Zaragoza and University of Yamaguchi, is conceived as an international forum for the dissemination and reinforcement of research collaboration among the participating institutions. Different institutions have been invited to participate in subsequent editions. University of Cantabria had the opportunity to participate in the 2nd and 5th edition, and we are honoured to organize the present 6th conference, that unfortunately, was forced to be celebrated remotely due to the COVID-19 global pandemic. This edition continues with the topics discussed in the previous symposium. Scientific topics are aligned with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and aimed at the study of key-enabling technologies and processes to ensure a sustainable industry for the society of the future. As a novelty in this edition, the symposium will consist of two events that will take place in parallel: • Live online scientific seminars given by reputed experts in the field of Chemical Engineering and related complementary scientific areas. • Students workshop aimed at the dissemination of the research activities of PhD and MS candidates. A special seminar session has been included, devoted to the dissemination of research goals and collaborative outcomes of the X-MEM project (5th EIG-Concert Japan joint call on «Porous structured materials»), with a partnership composed of researchers from University of Cantabria (Spain), University of Yamaguchi (Japan), Atilim University (Turkey), Ege University (Turkey), Hacettepe University (Turkey) and Jerzy Haber Institute of Catalysis and Surface Chemistry (Poland). Contents KEYNOTE LECTURERS 1. Membrane Devices for Protein Crystallization 19 Mariella Polino, Carla Portugal, Isabel Coelhoso, João Crespo Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Portugal 2. Integration of membrane filtration and electrochemical oxidation for water treatment 21 Ane Urtiaga University of Cantabria, Spain 3. Zeolite membranes: has the peak passed or still to come? 23 Izumi Kumakiri, Naoyuki Aso, Takashi Myojin, Kazuhiro Tanaka, Hidetoshi Kita Yamaguchi University, Japan 4. An history on zeolite membrane reactors 27 Miguel Menéndez University of Zaragoza, Spain INVITED LECTURERS 1. Expression of interleukin-36 family proteins in yeasts for drug development 31 Hisashi Hoshida, Shota Yuda, Tatsumi Tsuji, Rinji Akada Yamaguchi University, Japan 2. Nanostructured materials and membranes 33 Reyes Mallada University of Zaragoza, Spain 3. Integration of magnetic nanomaterials and microfluidics for targeted separation of biomolecules 35 Eugenio Bringas University of Cantabria, Spain 4. Production of hybrid nanomaterials: case studies and applications 37 Victor Sebastián University of Zaragoza, Spain; CIBER-BBN, Spain 5. Multicomponent iongel membranes for CO2 separation applications 39 Ana R. Nabais, João G. Crespo, Luisa A. Neves, Liliana C. Tomé Nova University of Lisboa, Portugal 6. Synthetic Natural Gas by biogas upgrading: catalysts, reactors and process configurations 41 V. Mercader, A. Sanz-Martínez, P. Durán, E. Francés, J. Herguido, J.A. Peña University of Zaragoza, Spain 7. Sustainable production of hydrophobic deep eutectic solvents based-nanoemulsions by membrane emulsification for biomedical applications 43 Usman T. Syed1, Frédéric B. Gaspar2,3, Maria T. B. Crespo2,3, J. G. Crespo1, Victor Sebastian4,5,6, Carla Brazinha1 1NOVA University of Lisboa, Portugal, 2iBET, NOVA University of Lisboa, Portugal, 3ITQB NOVA University of Lisboa, Portugal, 4INMA, University of Zaragoza, Spain, 5Universty of Zaragoza, Spain, 6CIBERBBN, Madrid, Spain 8. Green method to obtain thin film composite membranes for nanofiltration 47 Lorena Paseta, Carlos Echaide-Górriz, Carlos Téllez and Joaquín Coronas University of Zaragoza, Spain 9. Monitoring of membrane processes with fluorescence techniques and machine learning approaches 49 Cláudia F. Galinha1, Sylwin Pawlowski1, Marta Sá1, Amaia Lejarazu-Larrañaga2,3, João G. Crespo1 1NOVA University of Lisboa, Portugal, 2IMDEA Water Institute, Spain, 3University of Alcalá, Spain 10. Atomistic Study of CO2-selective Mixed Matrix Membranes. Describing the role of the ionic liquid 51 Ortiz-Albo, P.1; Cunha-Silva, L.2; Takaba, H.3; Kumakiri, I.4; Crespo, J.1; Neves, L.1 1NOVA University of Lisboa, Portugal, 2University of Porto, Portugal, 3Kogakuin University, Japan, 4Yamaguchi University, Japan 11. Why photocatalysis can be considered as a Green Technology for a Sustainable Development? 53 Maria J. Rivero University of Cantabria, Cantabria, Spain 12. Porous polymer membranes functionalized with active materials for societal challenges 55 Nazely Diban1, Aleksandra Pacula2, Izumi Kumakiri3, Marián Mantecón-Oria1, Marta Romay1, Maria J. Rivero1, Ane Urtiaga1, Inmaculada Ortiz1 1University of Cantabria, Spain, 2Jerzy Haber Institute, Poland, 3Yamaguchi University, Japan 13. Ion exchange membranes with enhanced antifouling properties to produce energy from renewable sources 57 Enver Güler1, Mine Eti2, Ayd?n Cihano?lu2, Esra Alt?ok2, Kadriye Özlem Hamalo?lu3, Burcu Gökçal3, Ali Tuncel3, Nalan Kabay2 1At?l?m University, Turkey, 2Ege University, Turkey, 3Hacettepe University, Turkey ABSTRACTS PhD WORKSHOP 1. The environmental benefits of zinc and iron recovery from spent pickling acids 61 Andrea Arguillarena, María Margallo, Ane Urtiaga University of Cantabria, Spain 2. Toward the development of functionalized materials for membrane separation of F-gas refrigerant mixtures 62 Sergio V. Gutiérrez-Hernández, Fernando Pardo, Gabriel Zarca, Ane Urtiaga University of Cantabria, Spain 3. Towards a sustainable tourism and circular economy: Analysis of a new impact assessment model for the tourism sector 63 Cristina Campos, Jara Laso, Israel Ruiz-Salmón, María Margallo, Rubén Aldaco University of Cantabria, Spain 4. Quantifying the sustainability of potato chips from a water-energy-food nexus approach 64 Ana Fernández-Ríos, Daniel Hoehn, Jara Laso, Israel Ruiz-Salmón, María Margallo, Rubén Aldaco University of Cantabria, Spain 5. ANN for GC identification of mixtures with marked matrix effect: application to SNG production 65 I. de Matías, P. Durán, A. Sanz-Martínez, E. Francés, J. Herguido, J.A. Peña University of Zaragoza, Spain 6. Increasing the efficiency in the synthesis and functionalization of magnetic nanoparticles. Continuous mode of operation 66 Belén García-Merino, Eugenio Bringas, Inmaculada Ortiz University of Cantabria, Spain 7. Comparison of technologies to synthesize polyethylenimine-citrate nanocomplexes as drug delivery vehicles for molecular targeting 67 Raquel de la Hoz1,2, Nazely Diban1,2, Ane Urtiaga1,2, Jose Rodríguez-Rey1,2, Olga Tapia3 1University of Cantabria, Spain, 2IDIVAL, Spain, 3European University of the Atlantic, Spain 8. Pt-Zeolite composite membrane for water treatment 68 Kohei Murasaki, Izumi Kumakiri Yamaguchi University, Japan 9. Novel biopolymeric membranes functionalized with graphene-based nanomaterials for in vitro blood-brain barrier models 69 Marián Mantecón-Oria1,2, Nazely Diban1,2, María J. Rivero1, Olga Tapia3, Ane Urtiaga1,2 1University of Cantabria, Spain, 2IDIVAL, Spain, 3European University of the Atlantic, Spain 10. Tuning the fabrication of polymeric hollow fibers for different applications in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering 70 Marina Gutiérrez-González, Marián Mantecón-Oria, Sergio V. Gutiérrez-Hernández, Marta Romay, Gabriel Zarca, Nazely Diban, Ane Urtiaga University of Cantabria, Spain 11. Synthesis and characterization of composite antibacterial anion exchange membranes for reverse electrodialysis applications 71 Mine Eti1, Ayd?n Cihano?lu1, Kadriye Özlem Hamalo?lu2, Burcu Gökçal2, Enver Güler3, Ali Tuncel2, Nalan Kabay1 1Ege University, Turkey, 2Hacettepe University, Turkey, 3At?l?m University, Turkey 12. High performance membranes for hydrogen recovery from industrial waste streams. Towards processes energy efficiency 72 Gonzalo Moral, Alfredo Ortiz, Inmaculada Ortiz University of Cantabria, Spain 13. Counteracting SAPO-34 catalyst deactivation in MTO process using a two-zone fluidized bed reactor 73 D. Zapater, J. Lasobras, J. Soler, J. Herguido, M. Menéndez University of Zaragoza, Spain 14. Composite hollow fiber membranes for O2/N2 separation from Air by gas permeation 74 Daniel González-Revuelta, Marcos Fallanza, Alfredo Ortiz, Daniel Gorri University of Cantabria, Spain 15. UV-C LED reactor for a more sustainable disinfection and remediation of wastewaters 75 Deva Pelayo, María J. Rivero, Inmaculada Ortiz University of Cantabria, Spain 16. Dicarboxymethyl cellulose and its applications 76 Diana Gago1, Ricardo Chagas2, Luísa M. Ferreira1, Isabel Coelhoso1 1NOVA University, Portugal, 2Food4Sustainability, Portugal 17. Green hydrogen-based power system for social housing decarbonization 77 Víctor Manuel Maestre, Alfredo Ortiz, Inmaculada Ortiz University of Cantabria, Spain 18. Low-cost membrane bioreactor for wastewater treatment 78 P. Ugarte1, A. Ramo1, J. Quílez1, M.C. Bordes2, S. Mestre2, E. Sánchez2, J.A. Peña1, M. Menéndez1 1University of Zaragoza, Spain, 2University Jaume I, Spain 19. Continuous-flow micro-reactors with curved geometries. Experimental and numerical analysis 79 Christian Fernández, Marcos Fallanza, Lucía Gómez, Inmaculada Ortiz University of Cantabria, Spain 20. Copper oxide-based nanosponges microstructures for glucose detection 80 Carlota Guati, Lucía Gomez-Coma, Marcos Fallanza, Inmaculada Ortiz University of Cantabria, Spain 21. Gas permeation applied to CO2/CH4 separation using chitosan-based and polydimethylsiloxane membranes 81 Andrea Torre-Celeizabal, Clara Casado-Coterillo, Aurora Garea University of Cantabria 22. ABE fermentation for butanol recovery by Pervaporation 82 Carla A. Arregoitia-Sarabia1, Marta Pacheco2, Susana Marques2, Patrícia Moura2, Marcos Fallanza1, Daniel Gorri1 1University of Cantabria, Spain, 2LNEG, Portugal 23. Sorption-enhanced CO2 methanation process based on a bifunctional Fe-Ni catalyst 83 V.D. Mercader, M. Rincón, A. Sanz-Martínez, P. Durán, E. Francés, J. Herguido, J.A. Peña University of Zaragoza, Spain 24. Photocatalytic Decomposition of organics by AgTiO2 membrane 84 Azzah Nazihah binti Che Abdul Rahim1, Sergio Mestre2, Izumi Kumakiri1 1Yamaguchi University, Japan, 2Jaume I University, Spain 25. Expression repression of a designed gene and its release by introns 85 Hiroki Kikuta, Rinji Akada, Hisashi Hoshida Yamaguchi University, Japan 26. Theoretical and practical approach to the dealcoholization of red wine by osmotic distillation 86 Javier Esteras-Saz1,2, Óscar de la Iglesia1,2,3, Cristina Peña2, Ana Escudero2, Carlos Téllez1,2, Joaquín Coronas1,2 1INMA, Spain, 2University of Zaragoza, Spain, 3«Academia General Militar» of Zaragoza, Spain 27. Magnetophoretic Separations as More Efficient Technologies for the Recovery of Target Solutes 87 Cristina González-Fernández1, Jenifer Gómez-Pastora2, Eugenio Bringas1, Inmaculada Ortiz1 1University of Cantabria, Spain, 2The Ohio State University, USA 28. Effect of volatile acids in fermentation broth on the ethanol-selective property of a silicalite-1 membrane 88 Yu Shimada, Mamoru Yamada, Izumi Kumakiri Yamaguchi University, Japan 29. Carbon emissions in Uzbekistan: problems and solution 89 Zafar Turakulov, Azizbek Kamolov, Adham Norkobilov Tashkent Chemical-technological Institute, Uzbekistan 30. Sustainable environmental technologies for the energy recovery from wastewater streams 90 Carolina Tristán, Marcos Fallanza, Raquel Ibáñez University of Cantabria 31. The effect of the flow and flue gas composition for the continuous electrocatalytic reduction of CO2 to formate 91 Jose Antonio Abarca, José Manuel Vadillo, Guillermo Díaz-Sainz, Ángel Irabien University of Cantabria 32. Continuous electrochemical valorization of CO2 to formate: assessment of the best operating conditions using NiO-based anodes in a filter press reactor 92 Kevin Fernández Caso1, Guillermo Díaz-Sainz1, Sofia Delgado2, Tiago Lagarteira2, Manuel Álvarez-Guerra1, Adélio Mendes2, Ángel Irabien1 1University of Cantabria, Spain, 2LEPABE, Portugal 33. Zeolite-TiO2 composite membrane for decomposition of organic matter in water 93 Hiroshi Sakai, Kohei Murasaki, Izumi Kumakiri Yamaguchi University, Japan 34. Kinetic study of elimination of toxic organophosphate compounds in water with MOF-808 94 JB. Quintanilla1,2, C. Carrillo1,2, P. Pina1,2, R. Mallada1,2 1INMA, Spain, 2University of Zaragoza, Spain 35. Efficient photocatalytic degradation of the herbicide S-metolachlor with TiO2/Fe3O4/rGO-5 composites 95 Carmen Barquín, María J. Rivero, Inmaculada Ortiz University of Cantabria 36. PCDD/Fs formation during Triclosan oxidation: Electrochemical oxidation vs. photocatalysis 96 Sophie Schröder, M-F. San Román, Inmaculada Ortiz University of Cantabria, Spain 37. Qualitative morphology prediction of polymeric membranes 97 Marta Romay, Nazely Diban, Ane Urtiaga University of Cantabria, Spain 38. Influence of drying conditions on the dehydration performance of zeolite membranes 98 Sota Oyama1, Miguel Menéndez2, Izumi Kumakiri1 1 Yamaguchi University, Japan, 2 University of Zaragoza, Spain 39. The role of Anion Exchange Membranes for CO2 electroreduction in alkaline media 99 Aitor Marcos-Madrazo, Clara Casado-Coterillo, Ángel Irabien University of Cantabria, Spain 40. Utilization of Geothermal Water in Industry as Process Water After Membrane Desalination 100 Islam Rashad Ahmed Senan1, Yakubu Abdullahi Jarma1, Asl? Karao?lu1, Özge Tekin1, Alper Baba2, Nalan Kabay1 1Ege University, Turkey, 2Izmir Institute of Technology, Turkey