Boulder CO, USA | 21-26 June 2015
Boulder CO, USA –The Symposium is concerned with theoretical, experimental, simulation, and applied aspects of the thermophysical properties of gases, liquids, and solids, including biological systems.
Potential Focus Areas at the Nineteenth Symposium:
- Correlations and Engineering Equations of State
- Databases and Software
- Fluctuation-Induced and Mesoscopic Properties of Fluids
- Fluid Property Measurements
- Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques
- Inverse Problems and Non-destructive Evaluation
- Ionic Liquids
- Molecular Simulation
- Non-equilibrium Thermodynamics
- Optical and Thermal Radiative Properties
- Photothermal and Photoacoustic Techniques
- Properties of Aqueous Systems
- Properties for Fuels and Energy Systems
- Properties for Materials Science at High Temperatures
- Properties of Polymers and Composites
- Properties of Solids
- Properties of Working Fluids including Refrigerants
- Theory of Thermophysical Properties
- Thermal Properties of Nanostructured Materials
- Thermophysical Methods for Biomaterials and Biosystems
- Wetting, Interfaces, and Membranes
Please send your comments and suggestions to the Symposium organizers through the Nineteenth Symposium email address: symp19(at)nist.gov.
Abstract deadline not available yet.
All technical sessions will be held at the University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, U.S.A.
The Symposium is organized by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, and the Joint ASME-AIChE Committee on Thermophysical Properties.
Symposium Chairs: Daniel G. Friend and Marcia L. Huber.