This will be the 13th of a series of well-established workshops on experimental, theoretical, simulation, and applied aspects of the thermophysical behavior of matter in the picosecond to millisecond time regimes. It will include, among others, rapid resistive or inductive heating, pulsed and modulated laser heating, and levitation techniques. Presentations regarding new experimental techniques in the area of subsecond thermophysics are always welcome. The emphasis will be on measurements of thermophysical properties in extreme environments and under conditions near and far from thermodynamic equilibrium. Selected abstracts from this workshop will be invited to submit journal papers to a special issue of High Temperatures–High Pressures.
Information regarding agenda, venue, accommodations and registration is forthcoming.
Abstracts / Papers:
For abstracts, papers, and oral presentations, the language to be used is English. No simultaneous translations will be provided.
On rapid resistive or inductive heating, pulsed and modulated laser heating, levitation techniques and more.
Meet colleagues from around the world.