Professor Bradley Ladewig

Professor Bradley Ladewig

Paul Wurth Chair in Energy Process Engineering

University of Luxembourg

Biography

Bradley Ladewig is Paul Wurth Chair in Energy Process Engineering at the University of Luxembourg. His teaching and research interests are in hydrogen technologies, especially in energy applications.

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Interests
  • Hydrogen
  • Advanced materials
  • Membranes
  • Electrochemical systems
Education
  • PhD in Chemical Engineering, 2006

    The University of Queensland

  • Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) Hons I, 2002

    The University of Queensland

  • Graduate Certificate in Higher Education, 2010

    Monash University

Experience

 
 
 
 
 
University of Luxembourg
Paul Wurth Chair in Energy Process Engineering
Apr 2022 – Present Belval, Luxembourg

Responsibilities include:

  • Research in hydrogen materials and technologies
  • Teaching in the Bachelor and Masters of Engineering
  • Industry engagement especially in pan-European hydrogen projects
 
 
 
 
 
Imperial College London
Visiting Professor
Nov 2018 – Present London, UK
 
 
 
 
 
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Group Leader
Nov 2018 – Apr 2022 Karlsruhe, Germany
 
 
 
 
 
Imperial College London
Senior Lecturer in Chemical Engineering
May 2015 – Nov 2018
 
 
 
 
 
Monash University
Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering
Jan 2009 – May 2015
  • Appointed Lecturer in 2009, promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2011 and Associate Professor in 2012

Recent Publications

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(2022). A batch photoreactor for small-scale laboratory research - a technical note. ChemRxiv.

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(2022). Natural and recycled materials for sustainable membrane modification: recent trends and prospects. Science of the Total Environmental.

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(2022). Getting chemical and biochemical engineers excited about additive manufacturing. Chemie Ingenieur Technik.

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(2022). Fabrication of MIL-101-polydimethylsiloxane composites for environmental toluene abatement from humid air. Chemical Engineering Journal.

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(2022). Investigation of mass transport processes in a microstructured membrane reactor for the direct synthesis of hydrogen peroxide. Chemical Engineering Science.

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(2022). Metal-Organic Framework MIL-68(In)-NH2 on the Membrane Test Bench for Dye Removal and Carbon Capture. Chemie-Ingenieur-Technik.

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(2021). A comprehensive review on the synthesis and applications of ion exchange membranes. Chemosphere.

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(2021). In situ sensors for flow reactors-A review. Reaction Chemistry and Engineering.

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(2021). Long-term stable metal organic framework (MOF) based mixed matrix membranes for ultrafiltration. Journal of Membrane Science.

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(2021). Nafion membranes modified by cationic cyclodextrin derivatives for enantioselective separation. Separation and Purification Technology.

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(2021). Solvent-induced enantioselectivity reversal in a chiral metal organic framework. Journal of Separation Science.

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(2020). A case study of toluene VOC removal by PDMS PDMS-modified metal organic framework adsorbent. AIChE Annual Meeting, Conference Proceedings.

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(2020). A review on emerging organic-containing microporous material membranes for carbon capture and separation. Chemical Engineering Journal.

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(2020). Can metal organic frameworks outperform adsorptive removal of harmful phenolic compound 2-chlorophenol by activated carbon?. Chemical Engineering Research and Design.

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(2020). Green synthesis of polymeric membranes: Recent advances and future prospects. Current Opinion in Green and Sustainable Chemistry.

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(2019). A Multifunctional, Charge-Neutral, Chiral Octahedral M12L12 Cage. Chemistry - A European Journal.

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(2019). Gas permeation through single-crystal ZIF-8 membranes. Journal of Membrane Science.

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(2019). Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) and MOF-derived porous carbon materials for sustainable adsorptive wastewater treatment. Sustainable Nanoscale Engineering: From Materials Design to Chemical Processing.

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(2019). Upcycling a plastic cup: One-pot synthesis of lactate containing metal organic frameworks from polylactic acid. Chemical Communications.

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(2018). A review of the synthesis and characterization of anion exchange membranes. Journal of Materials Science.

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(2018). A scientometric study of the research on ion exchange membranes. RSC Advances.

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(2017). Simple fabrication of zeolitic imidazolate framework ZIF-8/polymer composite beads by phase inversion method for efficient oil sorption. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science.

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(2017). Broadband dielectric spectroscopy of Nafion-117, sulfonated polysulfone (sPSF) and sulfonated polyether ketone (sPEK) membranes. Journal of Applied Polymer Science.

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(2017). Dynamic photo-switching in light-responsive JUC-62 for CO 2 capture. Scientific Reports.

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(2017). Highly fouling-resistant brominated poly(phenylene oxide) membranes using surface grafted diethylenetriamine. RSC Advances.

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(2017). Missing Linker Defects in a Homochiral Metal-Organic Framework: Tuning the Chiral Separation Capacity. Journal of the American Chemical Society.

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(2017). A review of reverse osmosis membrane fouling and control strategies. Science of the Total Environment.

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(2017). Post-Synthetic Annealing: Linker Self-Exchange in UiO-66 and Its Effect on Polymer-Metal Organic Framework Interaction. Crystal Growth and Design.

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(2016). Effect of carbonization temperature on adsorption property of ZIF-8 derived nanoporous carbon for water treatment. Microporous and Mesoporous Materials.

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(2016). Physical aging in glassy mixed matrix membranes; Tuning particle interaction for mechanically robust nanocomposite films. Journal of Materials Chemistry A.

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(2015). Materials for Low-Temperature Fuel Cells. Materials for Low-Temperature Fuel Cells.

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(2015). Tunable Photodynamic Switching of DArE@PAF-1 for Carbon Capture. Advanced Functional Materials.

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(2015). Poly(arylene ether sulfone) copolymers as binders for capacitive deionization activated carbon electrodes. Chemical Engineering Research and Design.

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(2015). Visible Light-Triggered Capture and Release of CO2 from Stable Metal Organic Frameworks. Chemistry of Materials.

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(2015). Membranes for Direct Methanol Fuel Cells. Materials for Low-Temperature Fuel Cells.

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(2014). Direct carbon fuel cell operation on brown coal. Applied Energy.

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(2014). Gold nanoparticle-functionalized thread as a substrate for SERS study of analytes both bound and unbound to gold. AIChE Journal.

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(2014). Review of high recovery concentrate management options. Desalination and Water Treatment.

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(2014). The carbon sponge: Squeezing out captured carbon dioxide. Carbon Management.

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(2014). Cation exchange copolymer enhanced electrosorption. Desalination.

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(2013). Dynamic photo-switching in metal-organic frameworks as a route to low-energy carbon dioxide capture and release. Angewandte Chemie - International Edition.

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(2013). Recent Advances in Ion Exchange Membranes for Desalination Applications. Functional Nanostructured Materials and Membranes for Water Treatment.

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(2013). Spatial control of zeolitic imidazolate framework growth on flexible substrates. Crystal Growth and Design.

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(2013). Side-chain sulfonated copolymer cation exchange membranes for electro-driven desalination applications. Desalination.

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(2012). Cost effective cation exchange membranes: A review. Chemical Engineering Research and Design.

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(2012). Fabrication of polyethersulfone-mesoporous silica nanocomposite ultrafiltration membranes with antifouling properties. Journal of Membrane Science.

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(2012). Feasibility of zeolitic imidazolate framework membranes for clean energy applications. Energy and Environmental Science.

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(2012). Review of fuels for direct carbon fuel cells. Energy and Fuels.

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(2012). Top-down patterning of Zeolitic Imidazolate Framework composite thin films by deep X-ray lithography. Chemical Communications.

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(2012). Towards new opportunities for reuse, recycling and disposal of used reverse osmosis membranes. Desalination.

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(2011). The influence of inorganic filler particle size on composite ion-exchange membranes for desalination. Journal of Physical Chemistry C.

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(2011). Preparation and characterization of sulfonated polyethersulfone for cation-exchange membranes. Journal of Membrane Science.

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(2011). Preparation of porous composite ion-exchange membranes for desalination application. Journal of Materials Chemistry.

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(2011). The effects of aspect ratio of inorganic fillers on the structure and property of composite ion-exchange membranes. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science.

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(2011). Preparation of porous ion-exchange membranes (IEMs) and their characterizations. Journal of Membrane Science.

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(2010). What happens inside a fuel cell? Developing an experimental functional map of fuel cell performance. ChemPhysChem.

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(2010). Functionalized mesoporous silica with very large pores for cellulase immobilization. Journal of Physical Chemistry C.

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(2010). Membrane Reactor Modelling, Validation and Simulation for the WGS Reaction using Metal Doped Silica Membranes. Asia-Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering.

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(2010). Nafion-carbon nanocomposite membranes prepared using hydrothermal carbonization for proton-exchange-membrane fuel cells. Advanced Functional Materials.

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(2010). Preparation, characterization and performance of templated silica membranes in non-osmotic desalination. Materials.

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(2010). Synthesis of composite ion-exchange membranes and their electrochemical properties for desalination applications. Journal of Materials Chemistry.

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(2010). Assessment of postcombustion carbon capture technologies for power generation. Frontiers of Chemical Engineering in China.

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(2009). Performance of cobalt silica membranes in gas mixture separation. Journal of Membrane Science.

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(2009). Hydrothermal stability of cobalt silica membranes in a water gas shift membrane reactor. Separation and Purification Technology.

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(2009). Cobalt-doped silica membranes for gas separation. Journal of Membrane Science.

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(2008). Worth their salt. Chemical Engineer.

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(2008). Preparation of new composite membranes for water desalination using electrodialysis. Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering.

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(2007). Hydrolytically stable phosphorylated hybrid silicas for proton conduction. Advanced Functional Materials.

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(2007). Low energy plasma treatment of Nafion® membranes for PEM fuel cells. Journal of Power Sources.

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(2007). Nafion-MPMDMS nanocomposite membranes with low methanol permeability. Electrochemistry Communications.

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(2007). Physical and electrochemical characterization of nanocomposite membranes of nafion and functionalized silicon oxide. Chemistry of Materials.

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(2006). Special theme issue: The third hydrogen technologies and opportunities workshop. Developments in Chemical Engineering and Mineral Processing.

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