Micro and Nano Flows 2020 (MNF2020), 14-16 September, 2020, Imperial College London, UK.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
It gives us great pleasure to inform you that the 7th International Conference on Micro and Nano Flows (MNF2020) which will be held at Imperial College London in the United Kingdom from 14-16 September, 2020, is now open for abstract submission.
An abstract (2 page maximum) should be prepared in advance. Templates are provided on the website for both Latex and Word preparation.
As with previous conferences the focus of MNF2020 will be on all aspects of thermal and fluid phenomena on the micro and nano scale,
covering theory, computations, experiments and applications and encompassing thermofluids engineering and biomedical fluid mechanics among other areas. Examples of topics that will be covered include:
- Applications in cooling of high flux devices – single and two phase
- Biomedical flows
- Boiling and condensation in micro systems
- Experimental approaches
- Flow in Bioprocessing Equipment at Micro Levels
- Heat exchangers and reactors
- Heat transfer applications at micro and nano scales
- Mathematical and computational approaches
- Measuring, sensing and control
- Micro and nano flow fundamentals
- Micro and nano-engineered surfaces for single and two-phase heat transfer
- Micro Flows in Medical Devices (including Lab-on-Chip Devices)
- Microcirculation and biomedical flow structures
- Mixing and design
- Nanofluids and Applications
- Pumps and other devices
- Single phase heat transfer in micro systems
A highly distinguished collection of invited speakers has been secured with an opening Plenary talk by Professor Detlef Lohse (Twente),
And Keynote Addresses by Professors Lydia Bourouiba (MIT), John Thome (EPFL), Sung Jin Kim (KAIST), Douglas H. Kelley (Rochester),
and Xiao-Dong Wang (North China Electric Power University).
We look forward to seeing you in London in what promises to be a very successful conference that will bring together international experts in all aspects of micro and nano flows in the stimulating environment of Imperial College London.
With kind regards,
Demetrios T. Papageorgiou (Chair of Local Organising Committee)
Martin Cooper (Secretary to the Local Organising Committee)
Sam Au (Local Organising Committee)
Valeria Garbin (Local Organising Committee)
Yannis Hardalupas (Local Organising Committee)
Christos Markides (Local Organising Committee)
Tassos Karayiannis (Conference Chair)
Francesco Coletti (Scientific Secretary)