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姓名: Stephen Gray
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Professor Stephen Gray (PhD - Chem Eng),Director.Prof. Gray is currently the Director, Institute of Sustainability and Innovation at Victoria University, where he is responsible for research, education and industry liaison within the water, energy and sustainable buildings sectors. This role requires the development of multi-disciplinary research and has a focus on delivering research outcomes to industry needs.
He was previously team leader of CSIRO Urban Water and has 16 years experience researching water and wastewater treatment and sustainable water systems. He has extensive knowledge in the areas of membrane fouling, chemical coagulation, solid/liquid separation processes, surface chemistry and chemical engineering. He has also participated in the development of water treatment processes, such as MIEX resin and the CDS fine solids separator, assisting in the translation of scientific outcomes into commercial products.
Prof. Gray has also worked in the field of sustainable water systems, focusing on water and contaminant balance modelling and assessment of alternative water systems. This work also provides a framework for identification of where new technologies are likely to be most beneficial.
Projects
Water Treatment Projects
Membrane Fouling projects Understanding and Prevention of NOM fouling of low pressure membranes (CRC Water Quality and Treatment)
Point of entry/point of use treatment for potable water delivery to small communities.
Sustainable urban water:- schemes and technologies Database of alternative water systems, their costs and performance
Hybrid Membranes project (CRC Water Quality and Treatment)
High Rate Floating Media Filtration
New technologies for suspended solids removal -Arkal Filtration (Isreal)
Recycling of waste emulsions
Sludge Extraction by supercritical fluid extraction
Flotation of industrial effluent streams.
Integrated Water Management Projects
Technologies for the provision of infrastructure to urban developments Environment ACT
Integrate Water Management Options for Papamoa (New Zealand) Montgomery Watson Harza, Tauranga District Council (NZ)
Feasibility studies for sustainable water systems in Heathwood, Brisbane Brisbane City Council, Pike Mirls McKnoulty (PMM), Lyn Brazil
Village Building Water servicing options for Tralee, 2005
Development of UVQ, and urban water and contaminant balance model
Mapping contaminant flows in the urban environment.
Affiliations/Positions
Member AWA,
Member of IWA,
Member of the IWA Australia committee
Member of Strategic Advisory Committee, AWA
Technical Expert Panel, Environment and water industry development council (EWI), Singapore
Guest Editor for Water Research special membranes edition, 2007
Cluster Project Leader CSIRO Collaborative Cluster Project Advance membrane development for low energy desalination
Publications
50+ Scientific Publications and 90+ Internal and Industry Reports
High Rate Floating Media Filtration
New technologies for suspended solids removal -Arkal Filtration (Isreal)
Recycling of waste emulsions
Sludge Extraction by supercritical fluid extraction
Flotation of industrial effluent streams.
Mapping contaminant flows in the urban environment.
联系方式――
  地址:Victoria University, Institute for Sustainability & Innovation
     PO Box 14428, Melbourne Victoria 8001, Australia
  电话:+61-3-9919-8097
  传真:+61-3-9689-4069
  电邮:stephen.gray@vu.edu.au