Fourth International Cryogenic Engineering Conference 24-26 May 1972, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
The International Cryogenic Engineering Committee brings together those interested in cryogenic engineering to promote a mutual exchange of information. This is achieved by organizing a conference every second year. This time the Eindhoven University of Technology will be host of the conference. The exchange of information will be stimulated by providing a number of invited papers (indicated below) on cryogenic engineering in general and by allowing delegates to contribute papers on various topics in the field. We already have proposals for 50 papers on topics such as refrigeration, superconductivity and its applications, thermal properties, heat transfer and cryobiology. The following six invited papers will be given: A. Lacaze Centre de Recherches sur les Tres BassesTemperatures, Grenoble Trends in the use of very low temperature refrigeration. H. G. Noller Leybold-Heraeus, Cologne Why cryopumping ? K. Oshima University of Tokyo, Tokyo Magnetically suspended trains. D. E. Pegg Clinical Research Centre, Harrow Cryobiology V. P. Peshkov I nst Phys Problems, Moscow Generation of very low temperatures with dilution refrigerators and their measuremen t. J. J. Went Kema, Arnhem Why cryogenics in power industry ?
Due to the limited time available no seminars are planned during the day. However, Thursday evening will be available for informal meetings. Proposals for discussion topics are welcome and if enough interest is shown meetings will be organized.
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Short visits will be organized to the Physics Department of the Eindhoven University of Technology and to the Philips Research Laboratories.
Registration fee and proceedings The conference fee is 85 Dutch guilders (Hfl.) This includes preprints of full papers, conference dinner, receptions, and refreshments. The ladies fee is Hfl. 50- including full social programme for Wednesday and Friday. The fee for Thursday's tour is Hfl. 30-. Students may attend the conference at a reduced fee of Hfl. 25- upon application by their institute. Single-day registrants will be accepted at a fee of Hfl. 40- including preprints but excluding social programme. A copy of the Proceedings may be ordered on the registration form; in this case its price is Hfl. 52- for authors and Hfl. 70- for other delegates. Proceedings will be mailed by IPC. It is hoped that the Proceedings will be ready 6 months after the conference.
Exhibition Leading international cryogenic companies have agreed to take part in the exhibition. The total exhibition area is 500 m 2 located in the conference building. Conditions for the exhibitors will be sent on request. Deadline for registration is 29 February, 1972.
All correspondence should be addressed to: Dr H. M. Gijsman, The Eindhoven University of Technology, P.O. Box 513, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
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