THERMAM 2018, University of Rostock, Germany, 26-27 July, 2018

Objective and Scope

Thermophysical properties of substances in gas, liquid, solid phases play an important role in many technical and industrial processes. The basis of nearly all technical processes are the mass, energy, momentum, entropy, and exergy balances and the thermophysical properties of substances. Thermophysical properties are experimentally measured and equations of state are constructed from these results. Today it is possible to calculate thermophysical properties using molecular theory for simple substances. Mechanical and rheological properties are also of primordial importance in characterization of materials. Their knowledge is important in determining the end use of materials. This conference objective is to report on current research development in this active area and serve as a forum for discussions and collaborations.

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Conference Main Topics

Conference Main Topics

  1. Alternative and Renewable Energy
  2. Alternative Solvents
  3. Chemical Thermodynamics
  4. Data Correlation
  5. Equations of state
  6. Fuels and bio-fuels
  7. Inverse Problems, Modelling
  8. Interfacial Properties
  9. Ionic Liquids
  10. Measurement Techniques
  11. Molecular and Statistical Thermodynamics
  12. Molecular Simulation and Modelling
  13. Nanofuids, Nanocomposites
  14. New Materials and Materials Design
  15. Phase Equilibria
  16. Physical Chemistry
  17. Properties of aqueous electrolyte solutions and sea water
  18. Rheological properties
  19. Standard Data and Materials
  20. Thermodynamic Properties
  21. Thermoacoustic Properties
  22. Thermophysical Properties
  23. Transport Properties
  24. Other proposals on measurement techniques and materials are welcome
Organisation Committee

Organisation Committee

Chair:

Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. h.c.  Egon HASSEL – Head of Institute of Technical Thermodynamics, University of Rostock, GERMANY

Co-Chairs:

Dr. Javid SAFAROV, University of Rostock, GERMANY

Prof. Astan SHAHVERDIYEV –  Head of Department of Heat Energy, Azerbaijan Technical University, Baku, AZERBAIJAN

Prof. Ismail TAVMAN – Department of Mechanical Engineering, Dokuz Eylul University, Izmir, TURKEY

Members:

Dr. Jürgen NOCKE, University of Rostock, GERMANY

Dr. Misirkhan TALIBOV, Azerbaijan Technical University,  AZERBAIJAN

Dr. Alpaslan TURGUT, Dokuz Eylul University, TURKEY

 

Scientific Committee

Scientific Committee

Prof. Vagif ABBASOV, Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences, ASERBAIDSCHAN

Prof. Ilmutdin ABDULAGATOV, Staatliche Universität Dagestan, RUSSISCHE FÖDERATION

Prof. Michail ANISIMOV, University of Maryland, USA

Prof. Jürgen GMEHLING, Dortmund Data Bank, DDBST GmbH, DEUTSCHLAND

Prof. Marzena DZIDA, University of Silesia in Katowice, POLEN

Prof. Sabine ENDERS, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, DEUTSCHLAND

Prof. Boris GRIGORIEV, VNIIGAS GAZPROM, RUSSIAN FEDERATION

Prof. Ulviyya HASANOVA, Staatliche Universität Baku, ASERBAIDSCHAN

Prof. Hans HASSE, Universität Kaiserslautern, DEUTSCHLAND

Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Dr. h.c. Egon HASSEL, Universität Rostock, DEUTSCHLAND

Dr. Johan JACQUEMIN, Université Francois Rabelais, FRANKREICH

Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim KRETZSCHMAR, Hochschule Zittau/Görlitz, DEUTSCHLAND

Dr. Jürgen NOCKE, Universität Rostock, DEUTSCHLAND

Prof. Gabriele SADOWSKI, Technische Universität Dortmund, DEUTSCHLAND

Dr. Javid SAFAROV, Universität Rostock, DEUTSCHLAND

Prof. Necdet SAGLAM, Hacettepe University, TÜRKEI

Prof. Luís M. N. B. F. SANTOS, Universidade do Porto, PORTUGAL

Prof. Astan SHAHVERDIYEV, Aserbaidschanische Technische Universität, ASERBAIDSCHAN

Dr. Valentina SHEVTSOVA, Microgravity Research Centre, Brussels University, BELGIUM

Prof. Mark SHIFLETT, University of Kansas, USA

Prof. Roland SPAN, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, DEUTSCHLAND

Prof. Ismail TAVMAN, Dokuz Eylul University, TÜRKEI

Prof. Velisa VESOVIC, Imperial College London, GROßBRITANNIEN

Key Dates

Key Dates

 

Pre-Registration: Open

 

THERMAM 2018 Registration form (Download

1 or 2 page Abstract: 1st May 2018 

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Notification of Abstract admission: 15th May 2018

Early Registration: 15th May 2018

Final Program: 1st July 2018

Conference: 26st and 27st  July 2018

Conference Fee

Conference Fee

Conference fee is 200 Euro (include Conference Materials, Coffee Breaks). Meals and Hotel are not included.

Abstract book will be as PDF file with ISBN number.

Conference Location

Conference Location

The conference will take place at the Conference Halls of Mechanical Engineering and Shipping Technology Faculty, University of Rostock, Germany, located at the south side of Rostock, near the Main Train Station (Hauptbahnhof). Additional Information is here.

Arriving

http://www.welcome-center.uni-rostock.de/en/life-in-rostock/arrival

The airport Rostock-Laage is served with several direct flights from several German and some European cities. We recommend you also to use Hamburg or Berlin international airports. From Hamburg and Berlin you can travel to Rostock by train (German Rail – Deutsche Bahn).

Airport Rostock-Laage   -   www.rostock-airport.de

Hamburg Airport   -   https://www.hamburg-airport.de

Berlin Airports   - http://www.berlin-airport.de

Additional Information

The city of Rostock is located at the estuary of the Warnow river, with the city-center being positioned about 12 kilometres south to the coast of the Baltic Sea. Rostock was founded in the 11th century, but the rise of the city got started with its membership of the Hanseatic League, beginning in 1251. In the 14th century Rostock was a signifcant seaport and market place. After the reformation and the thirty-years-war, ending in 1648, the importance of the city stalled, but Rostock re-emerged in the 19th century with the industrialization of Germany. Today, with about 200000 citizens, Rostock is the largest city in the north German state Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.

The University of Rostock is the third oldest university in Germany in continuous operation, and was founded in 1419 by confirmation of Pope Martin V. At the end of the 19th century the university was transformed into a modern university following the Humboldtian model based on Friedrich Schleiermacher's liberal ideas pertaining to the importance of freedom, seminars, and laboratories in universities. Today, the university employs about 3000 people, with about 300 professors representing nine faculties. The university is currently home to about 14400 students.