Process Intensification, Process Design and Green Techniques for Nanomaterials Production and Applications (Closed)

A topical collection in Nanomaterials (ISSN 2079-4991). This collection belongs to the section "Environmental Nanoscience and Nanotechnology".

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Department of Chemical Engineering, University Sapienza of Rome, Via Eudossiana 18, Rome, Italy
Interests: chemical engineering; process development and control; process intensification; wastewater treatment processes; nanoparticles production; membrane processes; membrane fouling; photocatalysis
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Dear Colleagues,

Process intensification (PI) is considered one of the most valuable development pathways for the industry, leading to increased efficiency, higher yields, plant-size decreases, better process safety implementations, lower cost as well as minimization of waste at the source, which leads to reduced environmental pollution. PI is capable of fulfilling these needs and has become fundamental to the sustainability of production processes due to the increasing global demand for space, energy, health, environment and more “green” technology. 

In further detail, PI appears to be an interesting and outbreaking concept for nanoparticles and nanomaterials production processes. The concept design, development, implementation, validation, construction, control or use of novel PI equipment is welcome. These devices are able to uptake research and process development at the laboratory scale but can reach productivity levels that have exciting potential for industrial use. Intensified biotech processes are considered part of this framework. 

The PI philosophy is entirely in line with green chemistry principles, leading to a fruitful possibility of synergy between the two research fields in nanoparticles production processes and applications. 

In this Topical Collection, interested researchers from the fields of Engineering, Chemistry, Physics and Biotech are invited to submit original research papers, as well as review articles, on any topics related to the production of nanoparticles, inorganic, organic or nano-composites, by means of the technology or equipment proper of process intensification and green chemistry field. The submitted papers may report both experimental and modeling studies of novel processes or equipment, or new case studies performed via well-known intensified process technologies. These works may focus not only on production but may also include application experiments of the synthesized nanomaterials.   

Dr. Marco Stoller
Dr. Giorgio Vilardi
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Keywords

  • nanoparticles
  • nanomaterials
  • green production
  • green chemistry
  • process intensification
  • novel equipment
  • process design
  • energy
  • environment
  • industry

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