Special Issue of Fluid Phase Equilibria

A Special Issue of Fluid Phase Equilibria for ESAT 2024

Fluid Phase Equilibria will be launching a Virtual Special Issue (VSI) in June 2024.

Submission open date: 15 June 2024

Submission deadline: 30 October 2024

The call for papers is visible here.

Guest editors:

Professor Grazia De Angelis

Email: grazia.deangelis@ed.ac.uk 
The University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Professor Matteo Minelli

Email: matteo.minelli@unibo.it 
Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy

Dr. Eleonora Ricci

Email: ericci@ed.ac.uk 
Affiliation: The University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Professor Maria Eugénia Macedo
Email: eamacedo@fe.up.pt
Affiliation: Universidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal

Special issue information:

The 33rd European Symposium of Applied Thermodynamics will be held from 9-12 June in Edinburgh and marks the 50th anniversary of the ESAT conference series, which was first held in Germany in 1974. The aim is to present the fundamental methods at the basis of research in applied thermodynamics with a clear impact on the final applications. The methods include equations of state, experimental analysis, machine learning and data-driven methods, mesoscale methods and COSMO-RS, molecular modeling and simulation, multiscale models, quantum thermodynamics, statistical thermodynamics. The processes and systems of interest include absorption, adsorption, associating systems, batteries, bio-inspired products and processes, biomolecules and biomaterials, carbon capture, utilisation and Storage (CCUS), complex fluids, decarbonisation, direct air capture (DAC), distillation, electrochemical processes, electrolytes, extraction, gas storage, hydrogen, ammonia and liquid organic carriers (LOHC), interfaces, ionic liquids, membranes, new fuels (e- and bio-), new refrigerants with low global warming potential (GWP), novel cycles, novel separation processes, pharmaceutical molecules and processes, phase equilibria, polymers and complex materials, reactors, renewable energy, soft matter and complex systems, supercritical fluids, sustainability. We will also welcome collaborative works between industry and academia or results from European projects.

Manuscript submission information:

Manuscripts invited in general are only open to the conference participants. If you are interested in writing an article that is a comprehensive review of a topic relevant to Fluid Phase Equilibria, please contact Guest Editors before proceeding.