– Optimization of membrane processes applied to water treatment (waster reuse, drinking water, desalination, etc …)
– Study of membrane fouling mechanisms, transfer of contaminants and membrane autopsy.
– Hybrid membrane processes (advanced oxidation/UF/RO, Carbon nanotubes/UF).
Water treatment, membrane processes, fouling, organic materials, Nanoparticles
Institute of Chemistry of Materials and Environments of Poitiers
(IC2MP) – UMR 7285)
National School of Engineers of Poitiers (ENSIP)
(University of Poitiers)
1 rue Marcel Doré, Building 16, 86022 Poitiers Cedex, France
Tel: + 33 (0) 549 453 846
– Eaux de Paris (France)
– INSA-Toulouse (LISBP, France)
– Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, USA).
 Teychene B, Collet G., Gallard H., Croué J.P. A comparative study of boron and arsenic (III) rejection from brackish water by reverse osmosis membranes . Desalination, 310 (2013) 109-114.
 Teychene B, C Guigui, Cabassud C, G Amy, Toward a better identification of foulant species in MBR processes. Desalination, 231 (2008) 27-34.
 B.Teychene, P.Loulergue, C.Guigui, C.Cabassud, Development and use of a novel method for in-line Characterisation of fouling layers and electrokinetics properties for fouling monitoring. Journal of membrane science -370, 1-2 (45-57) – 2011.
 B.Teychene, C.Guigui, C.Cabassud, Engineering of the fouling layer in MBR by fine particle addition: a feasible way to control and to limit compressibility “TMP jump”, Water research – 45, 5 (2060 – 2072) – 2011.