2019 International Conference on Advances in Civil and Ecological Engineering Research (ACEER 2019)
Keynote Speakers
Prof. Dr. Jimmy (C.M.) Kao

Professor, Institute of Environmental Engineering at National Sun Yat-Sen University

Prof. Jimmy (C.M.) Kao is a chair professor in the Institute of Environmental Engineering at National Sun Yat-Sen University, Taiwan. Prof. Kao was the former Coordinator of Environmental Engineering Program at Ministry of Science and Technology, former President of The Chinese Institute of Environmental Engineering, and former President of The Taiwan Association of Soil and Groundwater Environmental Protection. He received his MS and Ph.D. degrees in Environmental Engineering from North Carolina State University in 1989 and 1993, respectively. Prof. Kao has more than 27 years of experiences as a researcher and environmental engineer in constructed wetland design and operation, watershed management, and soil and groundwater remediation. He is a fellow member of several international associations including IWA, ASCE, EASA, AAAS, and EWRI. He is also a registered professional engineer in USA.

Prof. Dr. Chih-Huang Weng

Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, I-Shou University

Professor, Chih-Huang Weng received his Ph.D. degree and Master degree in Environmental Engineering from The University of Delaware, USA. Currently, he is a faculty member in the Department of Civil and Ecological Engineering at I-Shou University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan. He has published about 75 technical papers in SCI journal and 26 of them H-index. He is also serving as an editorial board member and guest editor of several academic journals. His research interests focus on using advanced oxidation processes, adsorption, and electrokinetic technologies for wastewater treatment and groundwater remediation.

Speech Title: Advanced Oxidative Treatment of Textile Wastewater Using Iron-Based Materials Activated Persulfate Process

Abstract: Textile wastewaters are usually heavily colored with dyeing agents. Synthetic azo dye is the largest category of textile colorants which are toxic, and can also be mutagenic or carcinogenic. These dyeing agents are highly resistant to biodegradadation due to their synthetic origin and the complex aromatic molecular structure. Conventional biological processes are usually inadequate in treating these recalcitrant chemicals under increasingly stringent effluent standards. The effective removal of azo dyes from wastewater remains a major challenge to the textile industry. More...

2019 International Conference on Advances in Civil and Ecological Engineering Research (ACEER 2019)
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