ExHFT-7

Invited Speakers


Prof. Mohamed A. Abdou

(University of California, Los Angeles, USA)
Realization of Fusion as the ultimate energy sources for humanity


Prof. Avram Bar-Cohen 
(University of Maryland, USA)
Boiling and two-phase flow in narrow gaps - with application to thermal packaging of chip stacks


Prof. Shigeo Fujikawa 
(Hokkaido University, Japan)
Molecular transport phenomena and kinetic boundary condition at vapor-liquid interfaces


Assoc. Prof. Piotr Garstecki 
(Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland)
Droplet microfluidics: fundamentals and applications


Prof. Gad Hetsroni 
(Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel)
Boiling and two-phase heat transfer in micro-channels


Prof. Shuichiro Hirai 
(Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
Mass transport phenomenon of fuel cells and CO2 underground sequestration


Dr. Sasa Kenjeres 
(Delft University, The Netherlands)
Recent achievements in multi-scale modelling and simulations of magnetofluiddynamic phenomena: from origin of planetary magnetic fields to improved magnetic drug targeting


Prof. Joon Sik Lee 
(Seoul National University, South Korea)
Nanoscale thermal property measurement: the 2w method


Prof. Hans Mueller-Steinhagen
(Institute of Technical Thermodynamics, German Aerospace Centre, Germany)
Thermo-chemical hydrogen production from concentrated solar radiation


Prof. Andrew Pollard 
(Queen's University at Kingston, Canada)
The influence of boundary conditions on turbulent jets


Prof. Anton van Steenhoven 
(Eindhoven University, The Netherlands)
Heat transfer in patients under hypothermic conditions


Prof. Bengt Sunden 
(Lund University, Sweden)
On heat transfer and fluid flow in ribbed ducts using liquid crystal thermography and PIV measurements