International Scientific Conference Advanced Membrane Technology VII

In the cadres of ECI program an international scientific conference Advanced Membrane Technology VII was held from 11 to 16 September 2016 in city Kork, Ireland . ECI is an international non-profit engineering conferences program, which was established in 1962. This program brings together world scientists related into the study of the modern engineering problems of many areas that are interesting both for researchers and for practitioners. One of the main directions of the program is baromembrane processes and technologies of multicomponent polydisperse systems treatment.
For the first time the Scientific Conference ECI was visited by a group of scientists from Ukraine. The delegation of KSUFTT included a head of the Department of food and hotel industry equipment prof. Deinychenko G.V., a head of the Department of commodity science and examination of goods prof. Dubinina A.A., professor of the Department of hotel and restaurant business Maliuk L.P. and assistant professor of the Department of trade and refrigeration machinery and applied mechanics Belyaeva I.M.
For the conference KSUFTT scientists had prepared two poster-reports: «Applicatson of ultrafiltration method in the process of water treatment for the needs of the food industry» (authors – prof. Deinychenko G.V., prof. Myronchuk V.G., senior researcher Huzenko V.V., ass. prof. Belyaeva I.M.) and «Ultrafiltration membranes for purification of food production wastewaters» (authors – prof. Deinychenko G.V., ass. prof. Maznyak Z.O., prof. Malyuk L.P., prof. Dubinina A.A.). Presented reports aroused interest from the side of conference organizers as well as from the side of the international sectoral scientific community.
During the stay in the city of Kork KSUFTT scientists learned about the history and architecture of the city.
Within excursions the delegation visited a local factory producing beer HEINEKEN and city museum of butter.
Also while staying in Ireland scientists visited Irish Whiskey Museum.