We are very pleased to announce the second edition of the research workshop SWEP “Surface Wettability Effects on Phase Change Phenomena” in Mons, Belgium. The workshop will start at 1pm on Thursday 6 and terminates early in the afternoon of Friday 7th of June 2019.
The workshop aims at providing a high-level forum for researchers to exchange knowledge on two-phase flows experiments, modeling and simulation, to discuss with worldwide experts their current research, and to propose a better comprehension on the effect of surface wettability on phase-change phenomena.
Specific topics include (but are not limited to):
- Experimental techniques to measure the variation ofphase change phenomena in presence of a surface withdifferent wettability.
- Modeling of the effect of wettability on phase change
- Molecular dynamics simulations of phase changephenomena
- Mesoscale phenomena
- Computational techniques for phase change processes
More than eight invited lecturers will give stimulating outstan- ding lectures to offer a panoramic view of the field and on the most recent results in the international community. All the participants may send an abstract to be entitled to present their results in form of poster presentation. The list of invited lecturers will be announced soon.
The workshop aims at providing a forum and a brainstorming session for researchers to exchange knowledge on two-phase flows experiments, modeling and simulation, to discuss with worldwide experts their current research, and to propose a better comprehension on the effect of surface wettability on phase-change phenomena.
Abstract submission :28 February 2019
Acceptance of the abstract: 15 March 2019
Early bird payment: 25 March 2019
WORKSHOP FEES (INCLUDING THE ACCOMODATION)
Early bird registration: € 350
Regular registration: € 400
To register your interest in this event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the conference mailing list and be notified once registration opens.
The Workshop Chairs
Prof. Joel De Coninck, University of Mons
Prof. Marco Marengo, University of Brighton