Invited Talks

Confirmed invited presentations (as per 13.7.2018)

The following tables list the invited speakers, their affiliations and the preliminary titles of their talks. It will be distinguished between plenary and invited talks. In each case, the duration of the talk is 45 min. Invited presentations are given during or at the beginning of a session. The two plenary talks will be given during the plenary session. Empty fields indicate that the corresponding information is not yet available.

Plenary talks (45 min):

Prof. Dr. Hiroyuki Fukuyama

IMRAM

Tohoku University

Sendai

Japan

 

Recent studies in material process and measurement with PROSPECT

Prof. Dr. Takehiko Ishikawa

Dep. of Interdisciplinary Space Science

Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)

Tsukuba Space Center, Tsukuba

Japan

 

 

Microgravity experiments with ISS-ELF and thermophysical property measurements with ground based ESL

 

Invited talks (45 min):

Prof. Dr. Joonho Lee

Dep. of Mat. Sci. and Eng.

Korea University

Seoul

Korea

 

 

Dr. Sergey Ushakov

Peter A Rock Thermochemistry Laboratory and NEAT ORU
University of California at Davis 

Davis, California
USA

 

High temperature structure and thermodynamic studies on aerodynamically levitated laser heated oxides

Prof. Dr. Yuriy Plevachuk

Department of Metal Physics,

Ivan Franko National University

Lviv

Ukraine

 

Thermophysical properties (transport and surface) of light Al-Mg-based alloys

Dr. Enrica Ricci

CNR-ICMATE Dept of Genoa

Genova

Italy

 

A combined approach for the study of surface properties of melts

Prof. Dr. Douglas Matson

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Tufts University

Medford, MA

USA

 

 

Influence of deformation on surface tension measurements using the oscillating droplet technique

 

Dr. Olga Shuleshova

Leibnitz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research (IFW)

Dresden

Germany

 

 

Prof. Dr. Shumpei Ozawa

Dep. of adv. Mater. Sci. and Eng.

Chiba Inst. of Technology

Chiba

Japan 

 

Round robin test for surface tension measurements of high temperature metallic melts by means of levitation techniques

Dr. Ursula R. Kattner

National Institute of Standards and Thechnology (NIST)

Metallurgy Division

Materials Science and Eng. Lab.

Gaithersburg

USA

 

The need for reliable experimental data  in computational thermodynamics

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