Organized conferences

20th International Conference on Chemical Thermodynamics (20th ICCT)

Warsaw, Poland, 3-8.08.2008

Organizing Committee: Prof. Stanisław L. Randzio, Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Physical Chemistry (Chairman) Prof. Urszula Domanska-Żelazna, Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry (Co-Chairman) Prof. Jerzy Szydłowski, Warsaw University, Department of Chemistry (Co-Chairman) Dr. Jacek Gregorowicz, Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Physical Chemistry (Secretary) Dr. Tadeusz Hofman, Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry (Chairman of the local committee) Prof. Jerzy Błażejowski, Gdansk University, Department of Chemistry, Chairman of the General Council of Higher Education Prof. Henryk Piekarski, Vice-Rector of Łódź University Local Committee: Dr. Tadeusz Hofman, Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry (Chairman) Dr. Małgorzata Krajewska, Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Physical Chemistry (Secretary) Dr. Marek Łuszczyk, Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Physical Chemistry Dr. Izabela Madura, Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry Dr. Anna Makowska, Warsaw University, Department of Chemistry Dr. Andrzej Marciniak, Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry Dr. Aneta Pobudkowska, Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry Dr. Agnieszka Siporska, Warsaw University, Department of Chemistry Dr. Stefan Wieczorek, Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Physical Chemistry Dr. Andrzej Żywociński, Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Physical Chemistry

Topics:

  • Molecular simulations of fluids and statistical thermodynamics
  • Phase equilibria, supercritical fluids and separation techniques
  • Electrolyte solutions and non-electrolyte mixtures including reactive chemical systems
  • Thermodynamics and properties in the biological, medical, pharmaceutical, agricultural and food sectors
  • Nano-systems, nano-devices and advanced new materials
  • Thermochemistry, calorimetry and molecular energetics
  • Properties of ionic liquids and their application in chemical engineering
  • Surface and colloid chemistry
  • Industrial thermodynamics and databases
  • Thermodynamic frontiers and education
  • Modulated and oscillation temperature techniques
  • Environmental thermodynamics
21st European Symposium on Applied Thermodynamics (ESAT 2005)

Jurata, Poland, 01-05.06.2005

Organizing Committee: Laboratory of Applied Thermodynamics, Physical Chemistry Division, Faculty of Chemistry, Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland e-mail: ula@ch.pw.edu.pl TALES Thermodynamic Laboratory for Environmental Purposes, Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland e-mail: tales@ichf.edu.pl

Topics:

  • Chemical and Phase Equilibria
  • Thermodynamics for Process Design
  • Bio- and Micellar Systems, Interfacial Phenomena
  • Biotechnology
  • Environmental Applications
  • Energy Conversion
  • Experimental Techniques, Data
  • Petroleum Fluids
  • Supercritical Fluids
  • Molecular-Based Models (Molecular Simulation)
  • Computational Thermodynamics of Real Systems
  • Advanced Materials, Polymers
  • Electrolytes
  • Ionic Liquids
  • Novel Technologies
Thermodynamics Applied for Environmental Purposes, Thermodynamics, Polish-French Days

Warsaw, Poland, 13-16.11.2003

Organizing Committee: Prof. Dr hab. Urszula Domańska-Żelazna Dr Marta Karolina Kozłowska Dr Aneta Pobudkowska Dr hab. Paweł Gierycz

Topics:

  • Phase Equilibria, Supercritical Mixtures, and Separation Techniques
  • Thermodynamics of Ionic Liquids
  • Organized Solutions, Surface and Colloid Chemistry
  • Thermodynamics of Polymer Solutions
  • Molecular Simulations of Fluids and Statistical Thermodynamics
  • Electrolyte Solutions and Non-Electrolyte Mixtures Including Reactive Systems
  • Thermophysical Properties of New and Advanced Materials
  • Thermochemistry, Calorimetry, and Molecular Energetics
  • Biothermodynamics and Thermodynamic Aspects in Biotechnology