This workshop will bring together theoretical, computational, and experimental scientists from Russia and the United States who are interested in physics, chemistry, and atomistic modeling of non-ideal fluids and plasma under extreme conditions, where extreme reads from deep supercooled regimes to very high temperatures and pressures. Relevant applications to chemical engineering will also be discussed.
Photo credit: Sampling fluid from a high-temperature anhydrite chimney, PMEL-NOAA.
The USA-Russia Workshop on Phase Transitions in Fluids and Plasma will be held on the College Park Campus of the University of Maryland in room 1116 of the IPST building (085) on April 29 and May 2, 2016.
Technical program (PDF)