This conference is organized under supervision of EUROTHERM, which was formed in Brussels on 16 October 1986 following an initiative taken at the 8th International Heat Transfer Conference in San Francisco earlier that year.
What is EUROTHERM
The EUROTHERM Committee was formed in Brussels on 16 October 1986 following an initiative taken at the 8th International
Heat Transfer Conference in San Francisco earlier that year. The
aim of EUROTHERM is to promote and foster European
cooperation in Thermal Sciences and Heat Transfer by gathering
together scientists and engineers working in specialized areas.
The function of EUROTHERM is:
The aim of this Eurotherm Conference is to promote and foster European cooperation in thermal sciences and heat transfer by bringing together scientists and engineers working in specialized areas.
The conference topics include, but are not limited to:
INVITED SECTIONAL LECTURES
During the conference two mini-symposium will be organised: one by prof. Peter Stephan (TU Darmstadt) on the topic of Micro- and Nano-Scale Heat Transfer and the other by prof. Hans Mueller Steinhagen (Universität Stuttgart and DLR Stuttgart) on the topic of Thermal Solar Energy.
The aim of the symposia is to provide an introduction to researchers new in the field and to stimulate discussions among the more experienced participants.
Abstracts should be no longer than 2 pages and contain information on research rationale, methodology, results and major conclusions. One page should typically contain relevant graphs and plots.
Abstracts should be submitted electronically before 1 october 2007 through the Conference web-site: http://www.eurotherm2008.tue.nl
Local Organizing Committee
Scientific Advisory Committee
The regular fee is 550 € and to encourage the participation
of PhD-students their fee is reduced to 450 €, both for
registrations made before 4 April 2008. After that date the
fee will be 60 € higher.