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Anisimov to Organize Special Sessions

Anisimov to Organize Special Sessions

Upon the request of the co-chairs of the 16th Symposium, Professor Anisimov of the Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department has agreed to organize special sessions on "Properties of Mesoscopic, Self-Assembled, and Strongly Fluctuating Systems" at the 6th Symposium on Thermophysical Properties to be held in Boulder, Colorado, July 30 - August 4, 2006. This conference is one of the premier international meetings in the area of thermophysics. The 16th Symposium on Thermophysical Properties will be a part of THERMO International 2006, which will also include the 19th International Conference on Chemical Thermodynamics and the 61st Calorimetry Conference. This is the first time that these three conferences have been held jointly at the same site and scheduled as a one-time event. The technical program of THERMO International 2006 will consist of joint sessions as well as independent sessions of each of the three conferences. Additional information about the Symposium can be found on the website at .

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January 17, 2006

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