NINETEENTH SYMPOSIUM ON THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES

Call For Papers – 200-300 Word Abstracts Due by 26 November 2014

The CU campus, with the snow-capped Rockies. (Photo by Glenn Asakawa/University of Colorado)
The CU campus, with the snow-capped Rockies.
(Photo by Glenn Asakawa/University of Colorado)

Boulder CO, USA?? –?? The Nineteenth Symposium of the well-established series of conferences on thermophysical properties will be held in Boulder CO, USA 21-26 June 2015.

The Symposium is concerned with theoretical, experimental, simulation, and applied aspects of the thermophysical properties of gases, liquids, and solids, including biological systems.

The content of the abstracts will be the basis for acceptance of papers for presentation at the Symposium. Refer to the website for the most recent information.

The abstracts must be submitted through the Symposium web page at http://thermosymposium.boulder.nist.gov/

Appropriate topics are:

  • Thermodynamic Properties, including equation of state, phase equilibria, p-V-T behavior, heat capacity, enthalpy, thermal expansion, sound speed, and critical phenomena.
  • Transport Properties, including thermal and electrical conductivity, viscosity, mass diffusion, thermal diffusion, non-Newtonian behavior, and thermal, thermoacoustic, and other diffusion waves.
  • Optical and Thermal Radiative Properties, including dielectric constant, refractive index, emissivity, reflectivity, and absorptivity.
  • Interfacial Properties, including solid-solid interfaces, surface tension, interfacial profiles, interfacial transport, and wetting.
  • Data Correlation, including data evaluation and prediction, standard reference data, databases, and storage and retrieval of thermophysical-property data.

Technical Areas at the Nineteenth Symposium:

  • Correlations and Engineering Equations of State
    Eric Lemmon, NIST
    Roland Span, Ruhr-Universit??t Bochum
  • Databases and Software
    Ken Kroenlein, NIST
    Thomas Knotts, BYU
  • Fluctuation-Induced and Mesoscopic Properties of Fluids
    Mikhail Anisimov, University of Maryland
  • Fluid Property Measurements
    Rakesh Srivastava, Dow Chemical
    Karsten Meier, Helmut Schmidt University
  • Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques
    Tom Bruno, NIST
  • Inverse Problems and Non-destructive Evaluation
    Xavier Maldague, Laval University
  • Optical and Thermal Radiative Properties
    Zhuomin Zhang, Georgia Tech
    Leonard Hanssen, NIST
  • Photothermal and Photoacoustic Techniques
    Andreas Mandelis, University of Toronto
  • Plus many more, as listed on the Symposium Website

Please send your comments and suggestions to the Symposium organizers through the Nineteenth Symposium email address: symp19(at)nist.gov

All technical sessions will be held at the University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, U.S.A.

The Symposium website is at http://thermosymposium.boulder.nist.gov/

The Symposium is organized by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, and the Joint ASME-AIChE Committee on Thermophysical Properties.