INVITED SPEAKERS

Clint Aichele

Oklahoma State University, United States

Quantifying the Rate of Gas Evolution in Complex Hydrocarbon Systems

 

María Barrufet

Texas A&M, United States

Phase equilibria in confined spaces (nanopores) and how it changes production strategies from shale gas and oil

 

Marcelo Castier

Texas A&M, Qatar

Applications of thermodynamics to process safety and to supersonic fluid separators

 

Juan de Pablo

University of Chicago, United States

Applications of machine learning and evolutionary optimization in next-generation materials design

 

Rafael de Pelegrini Soares

UFRGS , Brazil

A new family of equations of state: COSMO-SAC-Phi

 

Richard Elliott

University of Akron, United States

An Atomistic Approach to Modeling Interfacial and Transport Properties As Well As Phase Behavior

 

Rogerio Esposito

Petrobras, Brasil

Compositional Grading in Oil and Gas Reservoirs

 

Abbas Firoozabadi

RERI, United States

CO2 fracking, phase behavior and flow in shale media

 

Georgios Kontogeorgis

CERE-DTU, Denmark

Advanced Equations of State – But how much have we advanced Science and Engineering?

 

Andrés Mejía

Universidad de Concepcion, Chile

From low to high pressure Interfacial properties for fluid mixtures. An interrelated approach based on theory, experiments and molecular simulation

 

Luis Fernando Mercier Franco 

UNICAMP, Brazil

Thermodynamics of Confined Fluids

 

Jindal Shah

Oklahoma State University, United States

Thermophysical and phase equilibria properties of binary ionic liquid mixtures

 

John Shaw

University of Alberta, Canada

An Experimentalist’s Perspective on the Phase Behaviour and Transport Processes of Nano Colloids

 

Francisco “Paco” Vargas

Rice University, United States

Prediction of the Phase Behavior of Hydrocarbon Mixtures from Optical Properties at Ambient Conditions

 

Juan Vera

McGill University, Canada

On the Activity of Individual Ions in Aqueous Solutions