报告人：Li Shu, Jega V. Jegatheesan
报告题目：Nanofiltration Technology towards Zero Liquid Discharge from Dye Bath in Textile Industries: A-Review
Dr. Li Shu is a Senior Researcher at RMIT. Shu has more than 180 publications in forms of Book, Book Chapters, Journal Papers and Refereed Conference papers. She obtained her Bachelor degree from Qingdao University of Science and Technology, China; Master degree from Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok; PhD from University of New South Wales, Sydney.
She with her students and colleagues is the first to document images of water clusters taken by a microscope. They also proposed the structure of water, which will be published soon. With the proposed structure of water mysterious behaviours of water could be explained. The research group reported that pH of neutral salt was not 7 and the neutral salt was corrosive. Dr. Li Shu proposed that strong electrolyte such as NaCl existed in water as aggregates in 2005. The concept has been supported using a Nanosizer (Marven) by the group in 2013.
Li Shu’s research interest is in water and wastewater treatment using membrane filters; resource recovery and zero liquid discharge. Various membranes and nanoparticles have been employed for water and wastewater reclamation.
She taught Water and Wastewater Systems to undergraduate and post graduate students.
She is one of the founders of an International Conference “Challenges in Environmental Science and Technology”, CESE, and has been the Co-Chair of the Conference since 2008. She is an Editorial Board Member of Austin Environmental Sciences and SM Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering. She is a guest editor of Journals: Bioresource Technology; Desalination and Water Treatment; International Biodeterioration and Biodegradation; Water, Air and Soil Pollution: Focus; Reviews in Environmental Science and Bio/Technology; Membrane Water Treatment