For your convenience, you may also consult the
alphabetical autors' index.
Printed proceedings (4 volumes, for total of 2630 pages)
are still available for sale in a limited number, at the cost of
120 EUR shipping included.
In order to allow you to correctly cite your work, the table of contents of the printed proceedings is now available.
For your convenience, you may also consult the alphabetical autors' index. Printed proceedings (4 volumes, for total of 2630 pages) are still available for sale in a limited number, at the cost of 120 EUR shipping included.
The final program of the Symposium and of the Mini-Symposium of Sept. 25th for the 65th birthday of Prof. Richard T. Lahey is now available on line.
The printed booklet of the program will be distributed, along with the CD-ROM of the proceedings, to all registered participants.
The first International Symposium on Two-Phase Flow Modelling and Experimentation was held in Rome, and was attended by delegates from more than 35 countries. The second edition was held in Pisa in 1999 and gathered about 300 participants in a very friendly environment. The Symposium is organized by the Assembly of World Conferences on Experimental Heat Transfer Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics. The objectives are to bring together researchers, designers, experimentalists, modellers, and numerical analysts from industry, laboratories and academia, active in the area of two-phase and multiphase flow, to present the state-of-the-art, to exchange their expertise and experiences and to further stimulate their research activities. Several keynote lectures will be presented at the Symposium. Contributed papers are requested dealing with experimental work, theory, analysis, design, numerical studies, modelling on fundamentals and applications of two-phase and multiphase flows, including heat and mass transfer, fluid mechanics and thermodynamics aspects. Papers are also solicited reporting measurement or visualization techniques, innovative instrumentation, and analysis of experimental data, as well as theory or numerical results
The official language of the Symposium will be English.
The Symposium will be held in the Congress Palace of Pisa
(for the location, see the lower right side of the map ).
Pisa is a lovely city located not far from Florence (1 hour by train)
in the north of Tuscany, one of the most wonderful regions of Italy. Its
international airport is well connected to the main European cities. The
Miracles' Square with the Dome, the Baptister and the world-wide well known
Leaning Tower represent the most unique and original complex of the tuscan
Romanesque architecture. But many other attractions deserve some attention
from the tourists such as the sculptures and the paintings of the local
Thirteenth and Fourteenth century stored in the St. Matthew National Museum,
the ancient city, and many wonderful churches. Pisa is also a convenient
location for exploring Tuscany hills, wineyards, and its beautiful cities,
such as Florence, Siena, S. Gimignano, Lucca, Volterra, etc. It offers also the possibility
to reach most of the touristic attractions of Italy (Rome, Venice) by train (about 4 hrs.).
The climate in late September is normally very pleasant in Pisa.
Special Symposium for the 65th birthday of Prof. Richard Lahey
The meeting will have a follow up in the
morning of Saturday 25 to host a Special Symposium to honor the 65th birthday
of Prof. Richard T. Lahey. The Special Symposium, whose participation is included
in the conference fee, will feature several distinguished multiphase scientists
providing keynote addresses on topics of their choice that relate to the the
title of the ISTP04, and will be followed by a reception.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:
Dr. Gian Piero Celata, ENEA Casaccia, Institute of Thermal-Fluid Dynamics, Via Anguillarese, 301, I-00060 S.M. Galeria, Rome, Italy. Tel.: +39-6-3048-3905; Fax: +39-6-3048-3026; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof. Paolo Di Marco, University of Pisa, Department of Energetics, Via Diotisalvi 2, I-56126 Pisa, Italy, Tel: +39-50-2217107, Fax: +39-50-2217150; E-mail: email@example.com