第七届国际微纳米会议信息发布和投稿

PLENARY&KEYNOTE

Plenary Lecture

1.Yuri Kuzma-Kichta, Moscow Power Engineering Institute, Russia. Technologies and boiling heat transfer enhancement on micro- and nano scales.

2.Chien-Yuh Yang, National Central University, Chinese Taipei. Effect of graphene and fluoride graphene coatings on pool boiling heat transfer of refrigerants.

3.Masataka Mochizuki, President of The Heat Pipes, Japan. Micro and miniature heat pipes and vapor chamber for cooling electronics devices.

4.Xiulin Ruan, Purdue University, USA. Four-phonon scattering: an important phonon scattering mechanism ignored for decades.



Keynote

SaturdayAfternoon,April 27,2019

Room

2nd floor

Conference centre

Conference hall

14:00~14:30

Keynote speaker:Zhi-chuan Sun, Yang Luo,Wei Li

Flow Boiling in Micro/Mini-Channels

Keynote speaker:Bao Hua

Thermal transport properties of bulk and porous materials: atomistic simulations and machine learning approach

15:45~16:15

Keynote speaker:Ri Li.

Thermal-fluidic Behaviours of Liquid Drops on Micro-textured Surfaces

Keynote speakerHu Run

Molding heat flow: from macroscale to microscale

Sunday,April 28,2019

8:30~9:00

Keynote speaker:Du Dongxing

Numerical simulation of foam flow characteristics in porous media

Keynote speaker:Tang guihua

Thermal transport in nanoporous aerogel insulation materials

10:30~11:00

Keynote speaker:Qi Hong

Photothermal property of nanoparticles and temperature manipulation in laser-induced thermal therapy

Keynote speaker:Feng Yanhui

CNT-assembled low-dimensional nanostructures with enhancement in thermal conductivity

14:00~14:30

Keynote speaker:Toshihiro Kaneko (Tokyo University)

Analysis of gas diffusion in mesoporous cathode catalyst layer of polymer electrolyte fuel cells and thermodynamics in nanoscale pores

Keynote speaker:Ma Xuehu

Ultra-thin liquid film spreading and evaporation heat transfer enhancement at super hydrophilic surfaces

16:00~16:30


Keynote speaker:Yuanyuan Wang

Transport Properties of the Low-Dimensional Hybrid Thermoelectric Materials and Optimization of the Thermoelectric Generator



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