ESAT 2020 - 31st European Symposium on Applied Thermodynamics

Paris, France - 28 June to 1 July 2020

ESAT History 

The European Seminar of Applied Thermodynamics was initiated in 1974 by Helmut Knapp. His intuition led to a close cooperation between industrial experts, experimentalists and theoretical scientists in chemical engineering thermodynamics.

ESAT historyPicture from Knapp: “Physical Properties in process design
past, present and future” (1986) Fluid Phase Equilibria, 29, p1-21


The meeting is now held every year except every third year where the world community joins in the Properties and Phase Equilibriafor Product and Process Design (PPEPPD) meeting.

Ed.

Year

Organizer

Place

Country

30th

2018

 The Czech Academy of Sciences

 Prague

 Czech Republic

29th

2017

 Polytechnic Univ. Bocarest

 Bucarest

 Romania

28th

2015

 Nat. Tech. Univ. Athens

 Athens

 Greece

27th

2014

 Eindhoven University of Technology

 Eindhoven

 The Netherlands

26th

2012

 TU Berlin and DECHEMA

 Potsdam

 Germany

25th

2011

 St. Petersburg State Univ,  Russian Acad.Sci, The Mendeleev Russian chem. Soc.

 St. Petersburg

 Russia

24th

2009

 ETSE.Univ, Santiagp de Compostela

 Santiago de Compostela

 Spain

23rd

2008

 ENSIC-INPL, Nancy

 Cannes

 France

22nd

2006

 Tech. Univ. Denmark

 Elsinore

 Denmark

21st

2005

 Warsaw Univ. of Tech.

 Jurata

 Poland

20th

2003

 VDI-GVC, Dusseldorf  + Bayer AG, Leverkusen + Univ.Kaiserslautem

 Lahnstein

 Germany

19th

2002

 Nat. Tech. Univ. Athens

 Santorini

 Greece

18th

2000

 ICT, Prague + ICPF , Prague

 Kutna Hora

 Czech Republic

17th

1999

 Univ. Porto + Univ. Aveiro

 Vilamoura

 Portugal

16th

1997

 Univ. Metz + ENSIC-INPL, Nancy

 Pont-a-Mousson

 France

15th

1996

 ICI, Runcom

 Runcom

 United Kingdom

14th

1994

 Nat. Tech. Univ. Athens

 Marathon

 Greece

13th

1993

 Univ. Marseille

 Marseille

 France

12th

1991

 Tech. Univ. Berlin

 Berlin

 Germany

11th

1990

 Tech. Univ. Denmark

 Rungsted

 Denmark

10th

1988

 Univ. Porto

 Ofir

 Portugal

9th

1987

 Norsk Hydro, Posgrunn

 Bergen

 Norway

8th

1985

 Univ. Trieste

 Trieste

  Italy

7th

1983

 Univ. Dortmund

 Dortmund

 Germany

6th

1982

 Institut Français du pétrol

 Rueil Malmaison

 France

5th

1980

 Linde AG, Munchen

 Sachrang

 Germany

4th

1979

 Shell, Amsterdam

 Amsterdam

 The Netherlands

3nd

1978

 Tech. Univ. Denmark

 Lyngby

 Denmark

2nd

1976

 Tech. Univ. Berlin

 Berlin(West)

 Germany

1st

1974

 Tech. Univ. Berlin

 Berlin(West)

 Germany