/ CALL FOR PAPERS

THERMAM 2016 is a peer reviewed conference.

Abstracts and Full Texts will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee.

Within this conference we want to bring together international scientists and engineers who work in the very broad field of “Thermophysical and Mechanical Properties of Advanced Materials”. This is a very interesting and modern research field. It covers experimental and theoretical new results for thermophysical properties, new measurement techniques and the their applications, molecular modeling with new theoretical insights, applications which show the improvement done with the described research for thermophysical properties and mechanical properties all for materials like nanofluids, nanocomposites, alternative solvents, metals, alloys, ceramics, composites, etc. These subjects cover fundamental and applied research and engineering aspects.
We want to foster lively discussions and future international collaborations on this important and stimulating field with this conference.
We wish you a very pleasant, joyful, interesting and stimulating conference “THERMAM 2016” at the Dokuz Eylul University, DESEM Conference Halls. Alsancak,Izmir, Turkey.
Chair : Prof. Dr. İsmail Hakkı Tavman

 

•Thermodynamic Properties

• Thermophysical Properties

• Mechanical Properties

• Transport Properties

• Rheological properties

• Nanofluids, Nanocomposites

• Measurement Techniques

• Phase Equilibria

• Molecular Simulation

• Alternative Solvents

• Biological and Food Materials

• Inverse Problems, Modeling

• Metals and Alloys

• Ceramics, Composites,

• Optical and Thermal Radiative Properties

• Thermoelelectric Properties

• Interfacial Properties

• Molecular Simulation and Modeling

• Theory and Modeling of Material Properties

• New Materials and Materials Design

• Ionic Liquids

• Equations of state

• Granular and Porous Materials

• Properties of aqueous electrolyte solutions and sea water

• Molecular and Statistical Thermodynamics

• Standard Data and Materials

• Other proposals on measurement techniques and materials will be welcome.