Conferences

Conferences

The scientific conferences attended on the regular bases (listed below) gather chemists of various disciplines, chemical engineers, civil engineers, environmental scientists, geochemists, waste management specialists and US army defense specialist.

  • International Carbon Conference (organized every year)
  • Fundamentals of Adsorption (organized every three years)
  • Characterization of Porous Solids (organized every three years)
  • Pacific Basin Conference on Adsorption Science and Technology (organized every three years)
  • Carbon for Energy Storage and Environment Protection (organized every two years)
  • International Symposium on Surface Heterogeneity in Adsorption and Catalysis (organized every three years)
  • Chemical and Biological Defense Science and Technology Conference (organized every year)
  • America Institute of Chemical Engineers meetings
  • American Chemical Society Meetings
  • Gordon Conference on Hydrocarbons

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Invited Presentations:

(Over 160 total presentations)

Invited talks:

43. MOF/Graphite oxide composites: exploring new concept of separation media and Catalyst, Guangzhou University, China.  Nov.23, 2017

42. Beyond Adsorption: A new look at nanoporous carbons, Guangzhou University, China.  Nov.22, 2017

 

41. Desulfurization of air in water treatment plants, City Council of Malaga, Spain, June 13, 2014

40. Towards solving energy problems using carbon-based materials, Shinshu University, Nagano, Japan, April 8, 2014

39. MOF/graphene composites: exploring the new concept of separation media, University of Queensland, Australia, February 13, 2014.

38. Factors  affecting  desulfurization of liquid fuels on carbonaceous  materials, Plenary Lecture, 2nd workshop on Adsorption, Universidad de Los Andes, Bogota, Colombia, May 25-31, 2013

37. Towards understanding reactive adsorption of toxic gases on carbonaceous adsorbents. Plenary lecture, 2nd South American Conference of Adsorbents and Adsorption. San Luis, Argentina, February 20-23, 2013.

36. Towards understanding reactive adsorption of toxic gases on carbonaceous adsorbents, Federal University of Ceara, Brazil, Fortaleza,  Brazil, January 23, 2013

35. Towards understanding reactive adsorption of toxic gases on carbonaceous adsorbents., Oak Ridge National Laboratory, October 9, 2012.

34. MOF/Graphene composites. Exploring a New Concept of Adsorbents and Catalysts., University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland, June 9, 2011.

33. Towards the most efficient diesel oil desulfurization adsorbents: combining the  effects of porosity and surface chemistry of activated  carbons, Invited Keynote speaker to  Carbon for Energy storage and Environment Protection  IV (France, September 20011)

32. Towards understanding reactive adsorption on activated carbons, Max Planck Institute, Berlin , Germany, March 2011.

31. Combined role of Surface Chemistry and Porosity in the performance of Carbons as super capacitors, Invited speaker to 1st International Symposium on Chemistry of Energy Conversion and Storage (Germany; February 2011).

30. Towards understanding reactive adsorption on activated carbons, SUNY, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY, Invited to be presented in March 2011.

29. MOF-Graphene composites. New reactive adsorbents for toxic gases., Columbia University; Department of Environmental Engineering, January 2011.

28. Towards understanding  reactive adsorption on carbonaceous materials, Plenary lecture at CARBOCAT 4, Dalian China, November 6-9 (invited to be presented).

27. MOF-Graphene composites: Exploring the new concept of adsorbents and Catalysts, Plenary lecture at the Annual Meeting of the Brazilian Institute of Chemical Engineers and Brazilian Adsorption Society, Iguassu Fall, Brazil, September 19-22, 2010

26. Reactive adsorption on carbonaceous materials, American University of Sharjah, UAE January 2010

25. Removal of Toxic species on Activated Carbons, University of Lisboa, Portugal, December 2009

24. Understanding Reactive Adsorption, Blucher Corporation, Dusseldorf, November 2009

23. GO-MOF composites; An insight into New Materials, CNRS-CMRS, Orleans France, November 2009

22. Removal of Toxic species on Activated Carbons, Nova University of Lisboa, Portugal, December 2009

21. Odor Removal on Carbonaceous Adsorbents, Clorox Corporation, Oakland, CA; September 2009

20. MOF-Graphite Oxide Nanocomposites: Surface Characterization and Evaluation as Adsorbents of Ammonia, Camille Petit and Teresa J. Bandosz, ARO Workshop, Savannah, GA, June 22-25, 2009

19. Understanding Reactive Adsorption of Small Molecule Toxic Gases on Carbonaceous Materials: Experiments And Simulation, Chemical Biological Filtration Group Meeting, Arlington, Sept. 9-12, 2008

18. Understanding Reactive Adsorption of Small Molecule Toxic Gases On Carbonaceous Materials: Experiments and Simulation, Instituto National Del Carbon, Oviedo Spain, Sept. 17, 2008

17. Understanding Reactive Adsorption of Small Molecule Toxic Gases On Carbonaceous Materials: Experiments and Simulation, Teresa J. Bandosz, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece, Sept. 30, 2008

16. Activated Carbon/Inorganic Oxide Composites as Adsorbents of Ammonia, Teresa J. Bandosz, Camille Petit, AR OIC workshop. Boston, March 17-19 2008

15. Carbonaceous Materials as Desulfurization Media, Zulia University, Maracaibo, Venezuela, January 2008.

14. Removal of Ammonia on Carbonaceous Materials, Dalhousie University Halifax, Canada, June 2007.

13. Desulfurization on Carbonaceous Materials, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, September 2006.

12. Desulfurization on Carbonaceous Materials, North Carolina State University, October 2006

11. Desulfurization on Carbonaceous Materials, Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China, November 2006

10. Adsorption of dibenzothiophene from liquid phase on activated carbons, Conchi O. Ania and T.J. Bandosz, Carbon 2005, Gyeongjy, Korea, July3-7, 2005.

9. Carbonaceous materials as desulfurization media, NATO advanced Research Workshop, Kiev, Ukraine, September 14-17, 2005.

8. Desulfurization From Gaseous Phase On Carbonaceous Adsorbents- Plenary Talk, 9th International Symposium on Particle Size Analysis, Environmental Protection and Powder Technology, Balatonfured, Hungary, September 5-7, 2004.

7. Desulfurization of Wet Air Streams, Fuel Cell Energy, Inc., Danbury CT, April 11, 2002

6. Sewage Sludge Derived materials as Adsorbents of Acidic Gases, SUNY at Stony Brook, May 15, 2002.

5. Sewage sludge derived adsorbents, Universidad Autonoma de Mexico. Mexico (December 2002)

4. Removal of H2S on Carbon based Adsorbents, Cornell University, November 1996.

3. Study of Exhausted Carbons from Sewage Systems, Teresa J. Bandosz and Quang Le, Abstracts of Pacific Basin Workshop on Adsorption Science and Technology, Kazusa Academia Center, Japan, May 8-10, 1997.

2. Structure of Carbons Obtained by Template Carbonization Method: Application of Adsorption to Characterize Porous Solids, The University of Queensland, Department of Chemical Engineering, Brisbane, Australia, July 1995.

1. Structure of Carbons Obtained by Template Carbonization Method, The University of South Carolina, Department of Chemical Engineering, Columbia, SC November 1995.

Abstracts (such as for conferences, if refereed)

129. New copper/GO based material as an efficient oxygen reduction catalyst: The role of unique Cu/rGO architecture, Conchi O. Ania, Mykola Seredych, Enrique Rodriguez-Castellon, and Teresa J. Bandosz, Carbon 2014 Conference Jeju Island, South Korea, June 28-July 4, 2014

128. Visible light water splitting on metal free nanoporous carbon promoted by chromophoric functional group, Conchi O. Ania, Mykola Seredych, Enrique Rodríguez-Castellón, Teresa J. Bandosz, Carbon 2014 Conference Jeju Island, South Korea, June 28-July 4, 2014

127. Visible light photoactivity of sulfur doped nanoporous carbons: Investigation of the effects of surface chemistry, Mykola Seredych and Teresa J. Bandosz, Carbocat VI, Trondheim, Norway, June 22-25, 2014.

126. MOF/GO composites: Exploring the concept of new separation media, Teresa J. Bandosz, 4th World Colloid Conference: Surface design and Engineering. Madrid Spain, June 15-18, 2014; Plenary lecture

125. Effects of structural and Chemical heterogeneity of zinc hydroxide/graphite oxide/AuNP on the Reactive adsorption of Hydrogen sulfide, D.  Giannakoudakis, T.J. Bandosz, 4th World Colloid Conference: Surface design and Engineering. Madrid Spain, June 15-18, 2014

124. Effect of Confined Space Reduction of Graphite Oxide followed by Sulfur Doping on Oxygen Reduction in Neutral Electrolyte, M. Seredych and T.J. Bandosz, CESEP 2013, Mülheim a.d. Ruhr – Germany, September 23-26, 2013

123. Removal of Pharmaceuticals From WaterOn Sewage Sludge Based Composite Adsorbents, Pengfei Zhang, Rui Ding,  Mykola Seredych, and Teresa J. Bandosz, EUROMAT 2013, September 8-13, Sevilla, Spain

122. Superior performance of   MOF/aminated oxide composites as adsorbents of CO2., Y. Zhao, M. Seredych and T.J. Bandosz, PPM 2013,  September 3-7, Cesme, Turkey

121. Pore space utilization in nanoporous carbon-based supercapacitors: Effects of conductivity and pore accessibility, M. Seredych and T. J. Bandosz, Carbon 2013, July 14-19, 2013,  Copacabana, Rio de Janerio, Brazil

120. Effect of confined space reduction of graphite oxide followed by sulfur doping on oxygen reduction reaction in neutral electrolyte, M. Seredych and T. J. Bandosz, Carbon 2013, July 14-19, 2013,  Copacabana, Rio de Janerio, Brazil.

119. Effect of iron nanoparticles anchored on activated carbon in the desulfurization of model diesel fuel, J. Arcibar-Orozco, JR Rangel-Mendez, T. J. Bandosz, Carbon 2013, July 14-19, 2013, Copacabana, Rio de Janerio, Brazil.

118. Superior performance of   MOF/aminated oxide composites as adsorbents of CO2, Y. Zhao, M. Seredych and T.J. Bandosz, XXII ICCDU,  June 23-25, 2013 Alexandria, Viginia,

117. Factors  affecting  desulfurization of liquid fuels on carbonaceous  materials, Teresa J. Bandosz, 2nd workshop on Adsorption, Universidad de Los Andes, Bogota, Colombia, May 25-31, 2013

116. Reactive  Adsorption of Sulfur containing gases on Zn(OH)2 graphite oxide composites, Mykola Seredych, Oluwaniyi Mabayoje, and Teresa J. Bandosz.  Hybrid Materials 2013, Sorrento, Italy, March 3-7, 2013.

115. Towards understanding reactive adsorption of toxic gases on carbonaceous adsorbents. Plenary lecture., Teresa J. Bandosz, 2-nd South American Conference of Adsorbents and Adsorption. San Luis, Argentina, February 20-23, 2013.

114. Towards understanding reactive adsorption of toxic gases on carbonaceous adsorbents. Invited lecture, T. J. Bandosz, Federal University of Ceara, Fortaleza, Brazil, January 23, 2013.

113. Visible-Light-Enhanced Interactions of Hydrogen Sulfide with Composites of Zinc (Oxy)hydroxide with Graphite Oxide and Graphene, M. Seredych, O. Mabayoje, T. J. Bandosz, ISSHAC-8,  August 29-Sept. 3, 2012.

112. Effects of Graphene-Based Phase Addition to the Precursor of the Nanoporous Carbon on Electrochemical Performance, M. Seredych and T. J. Bandosz, Carbon 2012, Krakow,  July 14-19, Krakow, Poland.

111. Visible-Light-Enhanced Interactions of Hydrogen Sulfide with Composites of Zinc (Oxy)hydroxide with Graphite Oxide and Graphene, M. Seredych, O. Mabayoje, T. J. Bandosz, IBA-1, Recife, Brazil, May 5-May 10, 2012.

110. Graphite oxide/ Zn(OH)2 composites as adorbents of sulfur containing gases, CPP-6, Delray Beach, Florida March 29-April 2 , 2012, M. Seredych, O. Mabayoje, T. J. Bandosz

109. Visible-Light-Enhanced Interactions of Hydrogen Sulfide with Composites of Zinc (Oxy)hydroxide with Graphite Oxide and Graphene., M. Seredych, O. Mabayoje, T. J. Bandosz, Applications of Carbons in Energy, Am.C.S. Workshop, Atlanta, GO, March 29-30, 2012

108. Effects of graphene-based phase addition to the nonporous carbon precursors on electrochemical performance of the resulting carbonaceous composites, M. Seredych, T.J. Bandosz, Applications of Carbons in Energy, Am.C.S. Workshop, Atlanta, GO, March 29-30, 2012

107. Keynote Presentation: Towards the Most Efficient Diesel Oil desulfurization Adsorbents: Combining the Effects of Porosity and Surface Chemistry of Activated Carbons, M. Seredych and T.J. Bandosz., Carbon for Energy and Environment Protection Conference ( CESEP 2011,  September 25-29, 2011, Vichy France

106. MOF/Graphene composites: Exploring the limits of materials preparation, C.Petit,  Benoit Levasseur, Barbara  Mendoza and T.J. Bandosz, Carbon 2011, July 23-28, Shanghai, China.

105. Adsorption of acidic gases on  MOF/Graphite oxide composites, C.Petit,  Benoit Levasseur, Barbara  Mendoza and T.J. Bandosz, COPS-IX, Dresden Germany,  June 5-8, 2011.

104. Combined Role of Surface Chemistry and Porosity in the Performance of Carbons as Supercapacitors, 1st International Symposium on Chemistry of Energy Conversion and Storage (Germany; February 2011).

103. Towards understanding  Reactive Adsorption on Carbonaceous materials, Teresa J. Bandosz, CARBOCAT-4, Dalian, China, November, 2010.

102. MOF-Graphene composites: Exploring the new concept of adsorbents and Catalysts for removal of toxic gases, C.Petit, T.J. Bandosz, Decon 2010 Conference, Lake Louis, Canada, September 28-30, 2010.

101. MOF/Graphene composites: exploring a new concept of adsorbents and catalysts, C. Petit, T.J. Bandosz, Abstracts Brazilian Meeting of Chemical Engineers and Brazilian Adsorption Society, Iguassu Fall, Brazil, September 19-22, 2010

100. Importance of Porosity and Surface chemistry for deep desulfurization of diesel fuel, M. Seredych and T.J. Bandosz, Extended Abstracts of Carbon 2010, Clemson, SC, July 11-16, 2010

99. Activated carbons modified with sulfur as adsorbents of arsine, C. Petit, G. Peterson, J. Mahle and T.J. Bandosz, Extended Abstracts of Carbon 2010, Clemson, SC, July 11-16, 2010

98. MOF/Graphene composites: exploring a new concept of adsorbents, C. Petit and T.J. Bandosz, Extended Abstracts of Carbon 2010, Clemson, SC, July 11-16, 2010

97. MOF/Graphene composites as adsorbents of toxic gases, C. Petit and T.J. Bandosz, Abstracts of FOA-9, Awaji Island, Japan, May 22-25, 2010

96. The effect of the porosity and surface acidity of activated carbons on their adsorption capacity and selectivity for highly efficient desulfurization, Mykola Seredych, Jakub Lison, Urs Jans and Teresa J. Bandosz, Abstracts Pacific basin Conference on Adsorption Science and Technology, May 25-27, 2009, Singapore

95. Desulfurization of Air Stream at High and Low H2S Concentrations, Yehya El-Sayed, M. Seredych, Andrew Dallas and Teresa J. Bandosz, Extended Abstracts of Carbon 2009, Biarritz, France, July 14-19, 2009

94. Reactive Removal of Penicillin From Aqueous Media On Activated Carbons, J.G. Pelayo, C.O. Ania, T.J. Bandosz, Extended Abstracts of Carbon 2009, Biarritz, France, July 14-19, 2009

93. Role of Carbon Surface Chemistry in Ultradeep Desulfurization on Activated Carbon, Mykola Seredych, Jakub Lison, Urs Jans and Teresa J. Bandosz, Extended Abstracts of Carbon 2009, Biarritz, France, July 14-19, 2009

92. MOF-Graphite Oxide Nanocomposites: Surface Characterization and Evaluation as Adsorbents of Ammonia, Camille Petit and Teresa J. Bandosz, Abstracts f ARO Workshop, Savannah, GA, Jeûné 22-25, 2009

91. The Effects of Urea Modification and Heat Treatment on the Process of NO2 Removal by Wood-based Activated Carbon, S. Bashkova, and T. J. Bandosz, Abstracts of Porous Materials Workshop 2009, Ne Brunswick, June 23-26, 2009

90. Role of Carbon Surface Chemistry in Ultradeep Desulfurization on Activated Carbon, Mykola Seredych, Jakub Lison, Urs Jans and Teresa J. Bandosz, Abstracts if Porous Materials Workshop 2009, New Brunswick, June 23-26, 2009

89. MOF-Graphite Oxide Nanocomposites: Properties And Application For Gas Separation, Camille Petit and Teresa J. Bandosz, Abstracts of Porous Materials Workshop 2009, Ne Brunswick, June 23-26, 2009

88. MOF-Graphite Oxide Nanocomposites: Surface Characterization and Evaluation as Adsorbents of Ammonia, Camille Petit and Teresa J. Bandosz, Abstracts of ICCM-17, International Conference on Composite Materials, Honolulu HI, July 26-August 1, 2009

87. Role of Graphite Precursor in the Performance of Graphite Oxides as Ammonia Adsorbents, Mykola Seredych, Camille Petit, Albert V. Tamashausky, and Teresa J. Bandosz, Abstracts of Chemical and Biological Defense Science and Technology Conference, New Orleans, Nov 17-21, 2008

86. Modified Graphite Oxides as Adsorbents of Hydrogen Sulfide, Mykola Seredych and Teresa J. Bandosz, Abstracts of Chemical and Biological Defense Science and Technology Conference, New Orleans, Nov 17-21, 2008

85. Removal of Ammonia on Graphite Oxides, Mykola Seredych, Teresa J. Bandosz, Abstracts of IEP2008, Kyoto, Japan, June 1-5, 2008

84. Removal of ammonia from air on molybdenum and tungsten oxide modified activated carbons, Camille Petit, Teresa J. Bandosz, Extended Abstracts of Carbon 2008, Nagasaki Japan, July 14-20, 2008.

83. Understanding Reactive Adsorption of Small Molecule Toxic Gases on Carbonaceous Materials: Experiments And Simulation, Teresa J.  Bandosz, Abstracts of Chemical Biological Filtration group meeting, Arlington, Sept. 9-12, 2008

82. The Role of Water and Surface Acidity on the Reactive Adsorption of Ammonia on Modified Activated Carbons, Camille Petit and Teresa J. Bandosz, Abstracts of Fundamentals of Adsorption 9 Conference, Gardine Naxos, Italy, May 25-31, 2007

81. Template-Derived Mesoporous Carbons with Highly Dispersed Transition Metals as Media for Reactive Adsorption of Dibenzothiophene, M. Seredych and T. J. Bandosz, Extended Abstracts Carbon 2007 Conference, Seattle, July 15-20, 2007

80. Reactive Adsorption of Ammonia on Modified Activated Carbons, Camille Petit and T.J. Bandosz, Extended Abstracts Carbon 2007 Conference, Seattle, July 15-20, 2007

79. Removal of NO2 on Modified Carbonaceous Adsorbents, Robert Pietrzak and T.J. Bandosz, Extended Abstracts Carbon 2007 Conference, Seattle, July 15-20, 2007

78. Removal of small molecule gases on modified activated carbons., Camille Petit and Teresa J. Bandosz, Abstracts of Carbons for Energy Storage and Environmental Protection Conference (CESEP 2), Krakow, Poland, Sept. 2-6, 2007.

77. Sewage Sludge as Media for Development of Desulfurization Adsorbents, Teresa J. Bandosz, Abstracts of the Conference of Pacific Rim Society of Chemical Engineers, Auckland, New Zealand September 16-20, 2007.

76. Desulfurization of Digester Gas on Carbonaceous Adsorbents: Effects of Surface Chemistry and Moist Air Exposure, M.Seredych and T.J. Bandosz, Extended Abstracts of Carbon 2006, Aberdeen, Scotland, July 16-21, 2006

75. Removal of Ammonia on Modified Activated Carbons: Role of Surface Features, L.M. Le Leuch and T.J. Bandosz, Extended Abstracts of Carbon 2006, Aberdeen, Scotland, July 16-21, 2006

74. Desulfurization of Air on Sewage Sludge/Industrial Sludge Based Adsorbents, T.J. Bandosz and K. Block, Extended Abstracts of Carbon 2006, Aberdeen, Scotland, July 16-21, 2006

73. Hydrodechlorination of Chlorobenzene using Transition Metal-Doped Carbons from Polystyrene based organic Salts, S.A. Barata. C.O. Ania, J.Vital, A.M. Ramos, J.C. Bordado, J. Parra, I.M. Fonseca, T.J.Bandosz, Extended Abstracts of Carbon 2006, Aberdeen, Scotland, July 16-21, 2006

72. Industrial/Municipal sludge based composite adsorbents as media for heavy Metal and Dye Removal, M. Seredych, T.J. Bandosz, Extended Abstracts of Carbon 2006, Aberdeen, Scotland, July 16-21, 2006

71. Chemically modified nanoporous carbons obtained using template Carbonization Method, Conchi O. Ania and Teresa J. Bandosz, In Fundamentals of Adsorption 7; P. Levellyn, Ed., Elsevier, Amsterdam 2006.

70. Industrial/municipal sludge based composite adsorbents as media for heavy metal and dye removal, M. Seredych and T. J. Bandosz, Proceedings of ACS 231 Annual Meeting, Fuel Division, 51, 2006.

69. Desulfurization of digester gas on carbonaceous adsorbents: effect of surface chemistry and moist air exposure, M. Seredych and T. J. Bandosz, Proceedings of ACS 231 Annual Meeting, Fuel Division, 51, 2006.

68. High porosity carbonaceous adsorbents templated from Porous clay heterostructure, D. Nguyen-Tanh and T. J. Bandosz, Proceedings of ACS 231 Annual Meeting, Fuel Division, 51, 2006.

67. Desulfurization of air on sewage sludge/industrial sludge based adsorbents, T. J. Bandosz and K. Block, Proceedings of ACS 231 Annual Meeting, Fuel Division, 51, 2006.

66. Removal of DBT on metal containing carbonaceous adsorbents, C. O. Ania and T. J. Bandosz, Proceedings of ACS 231 Annual Meeting, Fuel Division, 51, 2006.

65. Adsorption of Dibenzothiophene from Liquid Phase by Activated Carbons, Conchi O. Ania and Teresa J. Bandosz., ACS Annual meeting, San Diego, March 13-18, 2005.ACS Proceedings, Fuel Div. 2005; 50 (1).

64. Mesoporous carbons obtained from polystyrene sulfonic acid-based organic salts by template carbonization method, ACS Proceedings, Fuel Div. 2005; 50 (1), Conchi O. Ania and Teresa J. Bandosz., ACS Annual meeting, San Diego, March 13-18, 2005.ACS Proceedings, Fuel Div. 2005; 50 (1).

63. Chemically Modified Nanoporous Carbons Obtained Using Template Carbonization Method, Conchi O. Ania and T. J. Bandosz, In Fundamentals of Adsorption 7; Aux the Provence, France, May 24-27, 2005

62. Adsorption of dibenzothiophene from liquid phase on activated carbons, Conchi O. Ania and T.J. Bandosz, Extended Abstracts Carbon 2005, Gyeongjy, Korea, July3-7, 2005.

61. Mesoporous Carbons obtained from Polystyrene sulfonic acid-based organic salts by template carbonization method., Conchi O. Ania and T.J. Bandosz, Extended Abstracts Carbon 2005, Gyeongjy, Korea, July3-7, 2005.

60. Temple synthesis of metal-loaded mesoporous carbons obtained from polystyrene-based organic salts, Conchi O. Ania and T.J. Bandosz, Extended Abstracts Carbon for Energy Storage and Environment Protection, Orleans, France, October 2-6, 2005.

59. Carbonaceous materials as desulfurization media, Teresa J. Bandosz, Abstracts NATO advanced Research Workshop, Kiev, Ukraine, September 14-17, 2005.

58. Heterogeneity of Adsorption Energy of Water, Methanol and Diethyl Ether on Activated Carbons: Effect of Porosity and Surface Chemistry, V. Gun’ko And T.J. Bandosz, Abstracts of Fundamentals of Adsorption 8, Sedona, Arizona, May 22-28, 2004

57. Predictions of H2S Breakthrough Capacity of Activated Carbons at Low Concentrations of Hydrogen Sulfide, Bagreev. W. Kuang And T.J. Bandosz, Abstracts of Fundamentals of Adsorption 8, Sedona, Arizona, May 22-28, 2004

56. Catalytic Properties of Activated Carbon Surface in The Process of Adsorption/Oxidation of Methyl Mercaptan, S. Bashkova, A. Bagreev, And T.J. Bandosz, Extended Abstracts of Carbon 2004, Providence, RI, July11-16, 2004

55. Role of Surface Chemistry in Adsorption of Ethylmethylamine on Activated Carbons, Y. El-Sayed, T.J. Bandosz, Extended Abstracts of Carbon 2004, Providence, RI, July11-16, 2004

54. Sewage Sludge Enriched Carbonaceous Materials as Media For Gas Phase Desulfurization, Ansari, A. Bagreev, T.J. Bandosz, Extended Abstracts of Carbon 2004, Providence, RI, July11-16, 2004

53. Nitrogen Enriched Activated Carbons as Adsorbents and Catalysts in Desulfurization Technologies, Andrey Bagreev, Svetlana Bashkova, Teresa Bandosz, Angel Menendez, Irina Dukhno, Yuriy Tarasenko, Extended Abstracts of Carbon 2004, Providence, RI, July11-16, 2004

52. Highly Porous Activated Carbons Derived From Poly (Styrene Sulfonic Acid) Based Organic Salts, Deon Hines, Andrey Bagreev, Teresa J. Bandosz, Extended Abstracts of Carbon 2004, Providence, RI, July11-16, 2004

51. Heterogeneity of sewage sludge derived materials as a factor governing their performance as adsorbents of acidic gases, A. Bagreev, S. Bashkova, B. Reznik, V. Zibat, and T J. Bandosz, Proceeding of Conference on Characterization of Porous Solids-6 (Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis 144), F. Rodriguez-Reinoso et al., Ed. Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2003, p.217-224.

50. Sewage Sludge Based Carbonaceous Materials for Gas Phase Desulfurization: Role of Surface Heterogeneity, Adil Ansari, Andrey Bagreev , Teresa J.  Bandosz, Abstracts of 5th International Symposium on Surface Science and Catalysis, Gdansk, Poland August 29- Sept 3, 2004.

49. Desulfurization From Gaseous Phase on Carbonaceous Adsorbents- Plenary Talk, Teresa J. Bandosz, Abstracts of 9Th International Symposium on Particle Size Analysis, Environmental Protection and Powder Technology, Balatonfured, September 5-7, 2004.

48. An IGC and TA study of acetaldehyde adsorption on activated carbons, Y. El-Sayed and T.J. Bandosz, Proceeding of Conference on Characterization of Porous Solids-G, F. Rodriguez-Reinoso, Ed. Amsterdam, 2003, p.49-254.

47. On the Role of Water in the Process of Methyl Mercaptan Adsorption on Activated Carbons, S. Bashkova, A Bagreev, T. J. Bandosz, Abstracts 3rd Pacific Basin Conference on Adsorption Science and Technology, Gyangju, South Korea, May 25- 29, 2003

46. Bituminous Coal Based Activated Carbons Modified with Nitrogen as Adsorbents of Hydrogen Sulfide, A. Bagreev, J.A. Mednendez, I. Dukhno, Y. Tarasenko, and T. J. Bandosz, Extended Abstracts Carbon Conference, Oviedo, Spain July 6-July 10, 2003.

45. Heterogeneity of Sewage Sludge Derived Materials as a Factor Governing their Performance as Adsorbents of Acidic Gases, A. Bagreev, S. Bashkova, B. Reznik, V. Zibat, and T J. Bandosz, Abstracts of Conference on Characterization of Porous Solids-6, Alicante, Spain, May 8-12, 2002.

44. Acetaldehyde Adsorption on Activated Carbons, Y. El-Sayed and T.J. Bandosz, Extended Abstracts Carbon 2002, Beijing, China, Sept 15-20, 2002.

43. Adsorption of Methyl Mercaptan on Activated Carbons, S. Bashkova, A. Bagreev, and T J. Bandosz, Extended Abstracts Carbon 2002, Beijing, China, Sept 15-20, 2002.

 42. An IGC and TA Study of Acetaldehyde Adsorption on Activated Carbons, Y. El-Sayed and T.J. Bandosz, Abstracts of Conference on Characterization of Porous Solids-6, Alicante, Spain, May 8-12, 2002.

41. Sludge Derived Materials as Efficient Adsorbents of Hydrogen Sulfide, A.Bagreev, S. Bashkova, D. Locke, T.J. Bandosz, Abstracts Fundamentals of Adsorption 7, Nagasaki, May 20-25, 2001.

40. Sewage Sludge-Derived Materials as Adsorbents for H2S Removal, Andrey Bagreev, Svetlana Bashkova, David C. Locke, and Teresa J. Bandosz, Extended Abstracts 25th Biennial Conference on Carbon. Lexington, KY, July 15-20, 2001

39. Diethyl Ether Adsorption on Activated Carbons; IGC study, Issa I. Salame and Teresa J. Bandosz, Extended Abstracts 25th Biennial Conference on Carbon. Lexington, KY, July 15-20, 2001

38. Sewage Sludge-Derived Material as Adsorbents of SO2, Svetlana Bashkova, Andrey Bagreev, David C. Locke, and Teresa J. Bandosz, Extended Abstracts 25th Biennale Conference on Carbon. Lexington, KY, July 15-20, 2001.

37. The early Ignition of Coconut Carbon in Comparison with the Peat Carbon, M. Van Der Merwe, T.J. Bandosz, Extended Abstracts 25th Biennial Conference on Carbon. Lexington, KY, July 15-20, 2001

36. Sludge Derived Materials as Efficient Adsorbents of Hydrogen Sulfide Removal, A.Bagreev, S. Bashkova, D. Locke, T.J. Bandosz, Extended Abstracts 4th International Symposium on Surface Heterogeneity and Catalysis, Krakow, Poland, August 25-31, 2001.

35. Effect of surface chemistry and pore structure on adsorption of water and CH3OH on activated carbons, I.I. Salame, T.J.Bandosz, Proceedings of the Second Conference on Adsorption Science and Technology, D. Do, Ed. World Scientific, Hong-Kong, 2000, 61-65.

34. Effect of surface chemistry on the performance of unimpregnated activated Carbons as H2S Adsorbents, F. Adib, A. Bagreev, T.J. Bandosz, Proceedings of the Second Conference on Adsorption Science and Technology, D. Do, Ed. World Scientific, Hong-Kong 2000, .56-60.

33. Effect of Surface Chemistry and Pore Structure on Adsorption of Water and CH3OH on Activated Carbons, I.I. Salame, T.J.Bandosz, Extended Abstracts of Eurocarbon, Berlin 9-13 July 2000.

32. Surface Features of Unimpreganted Activated Carbons Governing their Performance as H2S Adsorbents., F. Adib, A. Bagreev, T.J. Bandosz, Extended Abstracts of Eurocarbon, Berlin 9-13 July 2000.

31. Investigation of a Wintertime Acidic Cloud Episode in the Northern Colorado Rockies, M.C. Meyer, E.E. Hindman, S. D. Gedzelman, T. J. Bandosz, Abstracts of 13th International Conference on Clouds and Precipitation, Reno, NV, 14-18 August 2000.

30.Biofiltering Action on Hydrogen Sulfide by Virgin Activated Carbon in Sewage Treatment., T. J. Bandosz, S. Askew, W. Kelly, A. Bagreev, F. Adib, A. Turk, Abstracts of the 7th International Conference of the Israel Society for Ecology and Environmental Quality Sciences on Environmental Challenges for the Next Millennium, Jerusalem, Israel, June 13-18,   1999.

 29. Virgin Versus Caustic-Impregnated Carbons for Control of Hydrogen Sulfide Emissions from Sewage Plants, Teresa J. Bandosz, Andrey Bagreev, Foad Adib, and Amos Turk, Extended Abstracts of 24th Biennial Conference on Carbon, Charleston, June 11-16, 1999

28. Surface Chemical Functionality of Activated Carbons And Adsorption of Polar Molecules at Low Relative Pressure, Extended Abstracts of 24th Biennial Conference on Carbon, Charleston, June 11-16, 1999

27. Effect of Surface Characteristics of Wood Based Activated Carbons on Adsorption of Hydrogen Sulfide, Extended Abstracts of 24th Biennial Conference on Carbon,, Charleston, June 11-16, 1999

26. Virgin Activated Carbons as Adsorbents of Hydrogen Sulfide, T. J. Bandosz, Abstracts of 6th International Conference on Fundamental of Adsorption, Gienes, France, May 23-27, 1998.

25. An Improved Model for Adsorption of Water and Aqueous Mixtures on Activated Carbons, T. J. Bandosz, K. E. Gubbins, C. L. McCallum, S. C. McGrother, E. A. Muller, S. L. Sowers, Abstracts of 6th International Conference on Fundamental of Adsorption, Gienes, France, May 23-27, 1998.

24. Sorption of Water on Activated Carbons at Low Relative Pressure, I. Salame, T. J. Bandosz, Abstracts of 72nd ACS Colloid and Surface Science Symposium, Penn State, June 21-24, 1998.

23. Sorption of Water on Activated Carbons at Low Relative Pressure, I. Salame, T. J. Bandosz, Abstracts of Third International Symposium on Effects of Surface Heterogeneity in Adsorption and Catalysis on Solids, Torun, Poland, August 9-16, 1998.

22. An improved model for adsorption of water and aqueous mixtures on activated carbons, T. J. Bandosz, K. E. Gubbins, C. L. McCallum, S. C. McGrother, E. A. Muller, S. L. Sowers, Fundamentals of Adsorption-6, (ed. F. Meunier) Elsevier, Paris, 1998,p.213-218.

21. Molecular modeling of selective adsorption from mixtures, T. J. Bandosz, F. J. Blas, K. E. Gubbins, C. L. McCallum, S. C. McGrother, S. L. Sowers, L. F. Vegas, MRS Symposium Proceedings, “Recent Advances in Catalytic Materials” (N. M. Rodriguez, S. L. Soled and J. Hrbek, eds.), Vol. 497, p. 231 (1998)

20. Virgin activated carbons as adsorbents of hydrogen sulfide, T. J. Bandosz, Fundamentals of Adsorption-6, (ed. F. Meunier); Elsevier, Paris, 1998,p.635-640

19. Characterization of microporous carbons by using molecular simulation to analyze the adsorption of molecules of different sizes
V. Lopez-Ramon, J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz, N. A. Seaton
Characterization of Porous Solids-IV, (ed. J. Roquerol, et al.): The Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, UK, 1997, p. 73-80.

18. Study of Exhausted Carbons from Sewage Systems, Teresa J. Bandosz and Quang Le, Abstracts of Pacific Basin Workshop on Adsorption Science and Technology, Kazusa Academia Center, Japan, May 8-10, 1997.

17. Study of Exhausted Carbons Used for H2S Adsorption from Sewage Systems, Teresa J. Bandosz and Quang Le, Abstracts of The Fourth China-Japan-USA Symposium on Advanced Adsorption Separation Science and Technology, Guangzhou, China, May 13-16, 1997.

16. Heterogeneity of Pillared Clays Studied by Adsorption of Different Gases, Teresa J. Bandosz, Jacek Jagiello, and James A. Schwarz, Abstracts of Characterization of Porous Materials: from Angstroms to Millimeters, Princeton, New Jersey, USA, June 18-20, 1997.

15. Characterization of Exhausted carbons used for Air Purification in Sewage Systems, Teresa J. Bandosz and Quang Le, Extended Abstracts 23rd Biennial Conference on Carbon, State College, Pennsylvania, USA, July 13-18, 1997.

14. Molecular Modeling of Selective Adsorption from Mixtures, T. J. Bandosz, K. E. Gubbins, F. J. Blas, S. L. Sowers, C. L. McCallum, S. C. McGrother, L. F. Vega, Proceedings of MRS Annual Meeting, Boston, December 1997.

13. Thermodynamically Consistent Analysis of Silica Surface Heterogeneity Using Alkane, J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz, K. Putyera and J. A. Schwarz, Extended Abstracts of Fifth International Conference on Fundamentals of Adsorption, Pacific Grove, USA, May 13-18, 1995.

12. Heterogeneity of Pillared Clays Studied by Adsorption of Different Gases, J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz, J. A. Schwarz, Extended Abstracts of Second International Symposium on Effects of Surface Heterogeneity in Adsorption and Catalysis on Solids. Poland-Slovakia, September 4-10, 1995

11. Surface Chemical Heterogeneity of Pillared Hydrotalcites, K. Putyera, J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz, J. A. Schwarz, Extended Abstracts of Second International Symposium on Effects of Surface Heterogeneity in Adsorption and Catalysis on Solids, Poland-Slovakia, September 4-10, 1995

10. Surface Chemical Heterogeneity of Pillared Hydrotalcites, K. Putyera, J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz, J. A. Schwarz, Extended Abstracts of Second International Symposium on Effects of Surface Heterogeneity in Adsorption and Catalysis on Solids, Poland-Slovakia, September 4-10, 1995

9. A Study of Carbons Obtained by Carbonization of Polymer Inside Clay Mineral Matrices, T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello, S. Gomez-Salazar, K. Putyera and J. A. Schwarz, Extended Abstracts of Carbon’94 Conference, Granada, Spain, July1994.

8.  A study of Surface Chemical Character of Carbons Derived from Polystyrene Sulfonate, J. Jagiello, K. Putyera, T. J. Bandosz and J. A. Schwarz, Extended Abstracts of Carbon’94 Conference, Granada, Spain, July1994.

7. Structural and Adsorption Properties of Carbon Films Synthesized within Layered Silicates, T. J. Bandosz, F. Beguin, I. Ben Maimoun, J. Jagiello, K. Putyera J. N. Rouzad and J. A. Schwarz, Extended Abstracts of Carbon’94 Conference, Granada, Spain, July 1994.

6. Micropore Structure Development in Poly(Sodium-4-Styrenesulfonate) Derived Activated Carbons, K. Putyera, T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz, Extended Abstracts of Carbon’94 Conference, Granada, Spain, July 1994.

5. Adsorption Energy and Structural Heterogeneity of Activated Carbons, J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz, K. Putyera and J. A. Schwarz, Proceeding of COPS-III, Marseille, France, May 1993.

4. Energy of Gas Adsorption on Activated Carbons: Effects of Pore Structures and Surface   Chemistry, J. Jagiello, T. J. Bandosz, and J. A. Schwarz, Proceedings of 1993 Workshop on Adsorbent carbons, Lexington, Kentucky, June 1993.

3. Hydrotalcite-Like Structures as Molecular Containers for Preparation of Microporous Carbons, K. Putyera, T. J. Bandosz, J Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz: Extended Abstracts of Carbon’93 Conference, Buffalo, N.Y., June 1993.

2. Physico-Chemical Properties of Carbon-Smectite Materials, T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello, K. Putyera and J. A. Schwarz, Extended Abstracts of Carbon’93 Conference, Buffalo, N.Y., June 1993.

1. Effect of Surface Chemical Groups on Energetic Heterogeneity of Activated Carbons, T. J. Bandosz, J. Jagiello and J. A. Schwarz, Abstracts of International Symposium Effects of Surface Heterogeneity in Adsorption and Catalysis on Solids, Kazimierz Dolny, Poland, July 1992

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