Mechanical Engineering research has been playing a vital role and has become indispensable for the growth of any nation. In this context, research activities are being carried out at the extremes and many problems are yet to be solved. Thus, the pursuit of mechanical studies continue to remain the most exciting and challenging areas in furthering the frontiers of knowledge.
International Conference on Mechanical Engineering Research is scheduled to be held during 1-3 July 2013 at Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia. The Conference aims at bringing together a number of leading experts from all over the world on to a common platform to discuss and share their vision on the research activities in the frontier areas. This Conference provides an opportunity for information amongst researchers working in Academic Institutions / R&D organizations to present and publish their research findings in the Conference Proceedings and to interact with the experts.
Thermodynamics is the cornerstone for many scientific and engineering disciplines including physics, chemistry, chemical engineering, petroleum engineering and materials science. It provides the basis for the design and optimization of new sustainable industrial processes and the development of advanced materials and products. The combination of experiments, theory and simulation allows scientists and engineers to study complex systems from the molecular all the way to macroscopic level. This conference is overseen by the Statistical Mechanics and Thermodynamics Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry.
The Thermodynamics 2013 conference is the 23rd meeting in a series of biennial thermodynamics conferences initiated in 1964 by Harold Springall, championed throughout the 1960s and 1970s by Max McGlashan and Sir John Rowlinson. It aims to bring together researchers from academia and industry from all over the world. The format of the conference is based on invited lectures, oral presentations, short presentations and posters. A number of awards will be given to recognised researchers and young scientists.