Máster Universitario en Erasmus Mundus en Ingeniería de Membranas
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¿Por qué cursar esta titulación?

There are three important reasons to follow this master, the field of study, the internationalization, the excellence of the partners and universities involved already recognized by the European comission giving the label “Erasmus Mundus” to this master and financing students of this programme.

Membranes have a key role to play in the new technologies and in the separation operations associated with these strategies. Moreover a lot of separation operations are currently performed using membranes in industrial processes. Among the major applications for liquids, it can be mentioned the water desalination, the preparation of food, beverage, dairy or pharmaceutical products or the treatment and the recycling of industrial effluents, the production of tap or ultrapure water, the dehydration of ethanol, the dialysis of blood (kidney machine)… For gas separation, some examples of current applications are the removal of hydrogen from ammonia synthesis gas, the removal of carbon dioxide from natural gas and the air separation. Intensive efforts of R&D are now engaged over the world to develop high performance membranes.

The Master in Membrane Engineering EM3E offers an advanced education programme related to membrane science and engineering at the interface between material science and chemical engineering and focused on specific applicative fields. It involves 6 Higher Education Institutions of 5 European countries:

  • Université Montpellier 2 (France), coordinating organisation,
  • Université Paul Sabatier (Toulouse, France),
  • Institute of Chemical Technology Prague (Czech Republic),
  • Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Portugal),
  • Universidad de Zaragoza (Spain),
  • University of Twente (Netherlands).