The themes for the sessions at the Thermodynamics 2015 conference have yet to be decided. This will depend, in part, on the nature of the abstracts we receive, so we urge people to submit abstracts on any topic connected with thermodynamics, simulation and statistical mechanics.

To help us with processing the abstract submissions, however, could you kindly indicate from the list below the theme which you think most closely fits your work. Do not worry if you feel your topic does not exactly fit – we will look at all submissions carefully!

  • Statistical mechanics and equations of state
  • Experimental studies
  • Molecular modeling and simulation
  • Multi-scale modeling: from quantum mechanics to engineering models
  • Transport properties
  • Interfacial phenomena
  • Structured fluids – colloids, liquid crystals, surfactants, etc
  • Polymers and polyelectrolytes
  • Biological systems
  • Aqueous systems and electrolytes
  • CO2 and energy



Please send attached to an e-mail to, latest by 12th January 2015, an abstract of about 500 words in MS-Word, by using this abstract template.

The abstract should include the following:

* Title and keywords

* Name(s) of author(s)

* Author(s) affiliation including corresponding author’s email address

  1. Abstracts are accepted for review on the condition that the content is original and has not been previously published in a Journal or presented at a Conference.
  2. It is a condition for the acceptance of a paper that at least one author registers for the Conference and presents the paper.
  3. English is the working language of the Conference. It will be used for all printed material, presentations and discussions.

There will be no full paper submission for the conference. Following the tradition of the Thermodynamics Conference Series, a special issue of Molecular Physics with contributions from participants of work presented in Thermodynamics 2015 will be considered for publication, after review to the usual high standard.

Manuscripts should be submitted directly to the journal (, selecting the Thermodynamics 2015 Special Issue publication option. Professors Georgios Kontogeorgis and Erling H. Stenby will assist the editor Professor George Jackson in the editorial process.

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