Liquid droplets are important in many natural phenomena as well as for a broad variety of industrial processes.
The aim of the 3-day international conference Droplets 2019 is to bring together physicists, chemists, mathematicians and engineers working on droplets in the broad sense: from pure to complex fluids; from impact to evaporation; in aerosols, emulsions or on surfaces; covering experimental, theoretical, and industrial perspectives.
The workshop builds upon the successful Droplets workshops held in 2013, 2015 and 2017, and will consist of plenary lectures, keynote lectures, oral presentations and poster sessions. The programme will be shaped to stimulate group discussions and informal exchanges.
The Conference will be held at Durham University and will begin with a welcome reception at the Oriental Museum on the evening of Sunday 15 September. The academic program will run from the morning of Monday 16 September to lunch on Wednesday 18 September.
The program will consist of plenary talks (at the start each day and to conclude the conference), three parallel sessions with invited keynote and contributed talks, and two poster sessions.