The keynote information for the 4th International Conference on Multiphase Flow and Heat Transfer (ICMFHT'19) will be announced soon. We appreciate your patience!
We are very happy to announce the following keynote speaker for the 4th International Conference on Multiphase Flow and Heat Transfer (ICMFHT'19):
Dr. Tassos G. Karayiannis
Tassos Karayiannis studied at the City University London and the University of Western Ontario (Western). He started his career as a researcher at Southampton University and later as a British Technology Group Researcher at City University. Subsequently he worked at London South Bank University and joined Brunel University London in 2005 where he is now professor of Thermal Engineering and Leader of the Energy Efficient & Sustainable Technologies Theme. Professor Karayiannis has carried out fundamental and applied research in a number of heat transfer related topics including natural convection and renewable energy. He has been involved with two-phase flow and heat transfer for over 30 years. Initially he worked on the enhancement of pool boiling and condensation processes using high intensity electric fields (Electrohydrodynamic enhancement of Heat Transfer). In parallel, he carried out extensive experimental work in pool boiling heat transfer with plane and enhanced surfaces. Professor Karayiannis has also been very actively involved with research in flow boiling in small to micro tubes and micro-multi-channels. This work involves fundamental studies as well as research leading to the design of high heat flux integrated thermal management systems. His research has been funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, Innovate UK and Industry. He has published more than 230 papers, chapters in books and industrial reports. He chaired the following conferences/meetings: 48th European Two Phase Flow Group Meeting, 2010 the 9th UK-Japan Seminar on Multiphase flows 2013 and the 15th UK National Heat Transfer Conference, 2017. He also chairs the Int Conf on Micro and Nanoscale flows now in its 6th edition. He is a Fellow of the EI and the IMechE and the Chairman of the UK National Heat Transfer Committee.
Topic of Keynote: Developments in Flow Boiling in Micro Tubes and ChannelsKeynote Abstract