The guest editors for this special issue are Dr. Baltasar Peñate Suárez (Canary Islands Institute of Technology, ITC) and Dr. Noemi Melián Martel (University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, ULPGC), both experts of the DESAL+ Living Lab Platform.
The open access journal Water (ISSN2073-4441, IF 3.53) has issued a call for papers for this special issue, which targets high quality papers focusing on new research proposals on desalination or the development and improvement of existing ones, including innovative case study applications, addressing one or more of the following topics (but not limited to):
• Emerging desalination and non-conventional water production technologies
• Novel hybrid desalination systems
• Advanced materials for water desalination
• Pilot plants and advanced systems
• Desalinated water- energy nexus
• Sustainable desalinated water
• Brine concentration
We would like to invite you to publish a paper. The submission deadline is February 25th, 2024 and long review or research papers are encouraged. You may send your manuscript now or up until the deadline, submissions will be published immediately after acceptance in an ongoing basis.
Water desalination has become an essential industrial sector on our planet. Desalination technologies, such as reverse osmosis, are nowadays a world reference regarding water production dealing with the ever-increasing water demand for different uses: urban, industrial, tourism or agricultural. However, far from being a completely optimised technology, the technical and scientific communities dedicate their efforts to improve the process towards perfection or to propose desalination alternatives with the aim of reducing: the energy requirement, environmental risks or the capital and/or operational costs.
For further information, please follow the link to the Special Issue Website: here.