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Dr Manh Hoang: developing new membrane technology for desalination
Dr Manh Hoang leads the Advanced Water Treatment research project.
Dr Manh Hoang is based at CSIRO Materials Science and Engineering and has expertise in:
water treatment technology
controlling industrial emissions
Dr Hoang leads the Water for a Healthy Country Flagship's Advanced Water Treatment project which is facilitating the development of alternative water supplies.
The team is developing efficient, low energy water treatment processes using novel membrane technology to recover pure water from industrial, brackish and salt water resources
Dr Hoang is also working on a low-temperature catalytic converter that reduces the odours coming from industrial processes.
Dr Hoang joined CSIRO in 1985.
The research lead by Dr Hoang seeks to develop new membranes for low energy desalination, which will place Australia at the forefront of novel membrane development.Before that, he worked for the National Centre for Natural Science and Technology in Vietnam.
Dr Hoang completed a Doctorate at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia.
His thesis titled Oxidative Dehydrogenation of iso-butane to iso-Butylene related to how natural gas and associated gas can serve as potential feed stocks in the production of useful peterochemicals.
His doctoral research program has resulted in a highly selective catalyst (US Pat. 5 759 946), and he has published ten scientific papers related to his doctoral research program including an invited article to Chemtech.
Dr Hoang has made valuable contributions to number of strategic and commercial research projects with industry and has numerous publications to his credit.
He is also a Fellow of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute.
Read about the Advanced carbon nanotube technology research that Dr Hoang leads.