Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics with Industrial Applications
9-11 April 2003, University of Cambridge, U.K.
This email is to notify you that abstract submission, registration and accommodation booking for this
conference are now available online at
This conference will continue the series of Thermodynamics conferences that are held every two years in
the UK. Thermodynamics 2003 will cover both classical thermodynamics and statistical mechanics and will
include sessions on the following topics:
* Statistical thermodynamics and molecular simulation
* Statistical mechanics of solids, polymers and colloids
* Thermodynamic modelling and equations of state
* Thermodynamics of Confined Fluids
* Phase diagrams and supercritical fluids
* Ionic liquids
* Thermodynamics of oil, gas and industrial fluids
* Mixtures and solutions
* Experimental thermodynamics
Key speakers in a number of these fields have already accepted invitations to present their latest research
(see Programme pages on the website for details).
The conference organising committee would encourage abstract submissions on all these topics for oral or
poster presentation at the conference. All accepted abstracts will be published as a bound volume for
distribution to delegates at the conference.
Abstracts must be prepared to a standard format and submitted online. Full details of the requirements and
how to submit are available on the conference website (follow the links to the 'Abstract' web pages).
Registration is available at a cost of £185 (£135 to students and seniors) which includes lunches at the
conference and attendance at the conference reception and banquet.
Accommodation within colleges local to the conference is also available for booking online. This represents
some of the best value and most convenient accommodation available and delegates are advised to book
early to ensure a place.
Cambridge is a wonderful venue for this conference with its venerable scientific tradition and outstanding
We look forward to welcoming you to this conference for what should be an important and exciting meeting.
On behalf of the organising committee,
J P Martin Trusler
(Imperial College London)
(University of Cambridge)Geoff Maitland and Anthony Goodwin
(Schlumberger Cambridge Research).
If you have any queries or require information that you cannot find on the website please email
firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to help.