The final program for the inaugural HI TEMP 2011 conference, scheduled for September 20-22 in Boston, is now available. The event is intended to foster discussion and debate regarding the most recent understanding of “high temperature” and the state of the art in experimental studies of high-temperature materials, processes, and diagnostics for scientific and technological applications.
The meeting will include presentations of cutting-edge results on materials such as thermoelectric materials, thermal barriers, piezoelectric, nuclear reactor materials, radioactive waste, high-temperature ceramics, catalysts, and insulating materials. The state of the art in high-temperature characterization methods will be examined with a focus on thermal analysis methods.
The conference will future keynote speakers from NASA, Los Alamos National Laboratory, CEA, Idaho National Lab, Harvard University, NIST and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.
For more information, visit www.hitemp2011.com