The 6thInternational Congress on Thermal Sciences aims to be a platform for researchers, academic scientists and practitioners to share their experiences on all aspects of Thermal Sciences.
This will promote collaboration between university laboratories and professionals and will stimulate collaboration between national researchers and their Maghreb and international counterparts. This congress is part of an approach of openness on the world.
The main aim of the congress is to present and discuss the latest research findings of scientists, their innovations, trends and concerns. It will be an opportunity to identify the industrial issues and challenges encountered as well as the solutions adopted or to be proposed in the various applications of this field.
In addition to its main theme « Thermal Energy & industrial issues », the congress will cover topics such as heat and mass transfer and fluid mechanics, energy efficiency and renewable energies in the building, industry and process, thermal systems and combustion. Moreover, thermal characterization of materials, materials for energy, and thermal measurement techniques are dealt with. Environmentally friendly thermal systems are also in the scope of the congress.
Authors should choose one of these templates according to the kind of their paper: Template 1 is for short papers (no more than 3 pages) to be published in the congress proceedings while template 2 should be used for long papers that will be considered for publication in a special issue of Applied Journal of Environmental and Engineering Science (AJEES).
Accepted papers will be presented either in oral or poster format regardless of the nature of the paper (short or long paper). The organizing committee of the AMT’2018 considers poster and oral presentations equal in all respects. The format of each presentation will be announced to the authors once the papers are reviewed. The poster session, will permit greater interaction between author and audience. Please prepare your poster presentation according to the template available here:
Urban climate change resilience : in the quest of a theory for adaptive change.
By Dr. Hassan Peerhossaini ,
Dr. Hassan Peerhossaini is Distinguished Professor of Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer at the University of Paris (France), and Western Research Chair in Urban Resilience and Sustainability at the University of Western Ontario (London – Canada). Dr. Peerhossaini is a member of Haut Comité de Mécanique of France. He was Délégué Scientifique of HCERES (2010-2017), and member of several national and international scientific committees. He is founder of the Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire des Energies de Demain (LIED-CNRS – UMR 8236) of the Université de Paris and its Director from 2012 to 2015. Professor Peerhossaini has been Deputy Director of the interdisciplinary energy program of CNRS, Director of Laboratoire de Thermocinétique of Nantes (CNRS) and Head of Thermofluids, Complex Flows and Energy Research Group of this laboratory, and also Dean of “Heat Transfer and Energy” Masters Program at the University of Nantes and Ecole Centrale of Nantes. His research interests lie with, mechanics of active fluids and bacterial physics, physics of turbulence in reactive flows, hydrodynamic instability and transition to turbulence, chaotic advection and its technological applications, heat transfer intensification, multifunctional heat exchanger-reactors, interdisciplinary approach to energy, and urban climate change resilience and adaptation. His publications exceed 490 including refereed archival papers, full-length proceeding papers and technical reports. Professor Peerhossaini received, in July 2013, the Lewis Moody award of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers for his experimental work on turbulent micro-mixing. He is currently director of Energy Physics of Astroparticle & Cosmology Laboratory of the Université de Paris.
Look differently on heat and mass transfer improvement: New fluid or complex structure.
By Dr.Rachid Bennacer ,
Pr. Dr. Ing. R. Bennacer, is an Engineer in Mechanical field (1989), and he got his PhD thesis at Pierre et Marie Curie University (Paris 6) in 1993. He worked as lecturer in the University Paris XI (1993/94), became an associate professor at Cergy Pontoise University in 1994 and full Professor in 2008. He moved as senior Professor to the prestigious school Ecole Normale Superieure (Paris-Saclay) since 2010. He becomes an Exceptional National Class Professor since 2017. He is also adjunced professor at Tianjin Uni. Of comm. (China), IIT Gandidnagar (India) and UMBB Univ.
He assumed several responsibilities, director of the LEEVAM research team (2003-2007), Licence degrees (2008-2010), Aggregation title (2010-2011), Master research degree (2011 2013), Transfer and Environmental Research Unit (CNRS LMT-Lab) (since July 2012) and dean of Civil/Environmental department (Oct. 2012/Sep. 2016). Director of the Innovation-Prospective and Research division of the ECAM-EPMI (2018-2020). Coordinate international Affairs and international joint Ph.D, at Univ Paris-Saclay.
His present research activity is within the LMT laboratory where he manages Transfer and Environmental Research Unit. His Research field covers wide spectrum and several domains. It covers the building material for energy applications or on durability aspect, renewable and energy system. The expertise covers the direct numerical simulation including CFD coupling on multi-scales. The previous approach is consolidated by analytical or reduction approach in order to identify the instabilities and global behavior bifurcation and similarity controlling parameters in multiphysics situations. He published more than 10 book chapters and more than 200 referenced international journals.
NB : The language of the congress is English and French
Fire Safety and Industrial Challenges.
By Prof. Khaled CHETEHOUNA ,
Dr. Khaled Chetehouna is Full Professor in Fire and Energy Sciences, and Vice-Chairman for Research at the National Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA) of the Centre Val de Loire region, France. He is head of the P2CF (Permeation Pyrolysis Combustion and Fire) team at the PRISME Laboratory (EA 4229). His research activities are devoted to Fire Sciences and Fire Safety, and in particular: the characterization of Fire Degradation of Composites Materials for Aerospace and Automotive applications, the study of Flame propagation in buildings, and the Evaluation of the performance of Fire Suppression systems for the protection of Industrial buildings and Cultural Heritage, including innovative environmentally friendly sprinkler systems. He is a member of the strategic board of the CNRS French Research Group in Fire Sciences GDR “Feux” n°2864 since 2010, and in charge of relations with Morocco (ENSA Khouribga, ENSA Agadir and ENSA Kenitra), India (VelTech University) and Indonesia (Indonesian Defense University) for the National Institute of Applied Sciences since 2015. His publications include more than 70 refereed articles with peer review in the fields of Fire Sciences, Engineering and Composites Materials. firstname.lastname@example.org
En quoi le smart building est l’une des clés pour la réussite de la transition énergétique et l’optimisation énergétique des bâtiments ?
By Prof. Zohir YOUNSI ,
Zohir YOUNSI, docteur en Génie Civil, Habilité à Diriger des Recherches, Responsable du Pôle Compétence Recherche Matériaux Innovants de HEI (Ecole des Hautes Etudes d’Ingénieur – Groupe YNCREA Hauts de France), membre de l’équipe HABITAT ET VILLE INTELLIGENTE du Laboratoire de Génie Civil et géo-Environnement – LGCgE. Ses travaux de recherches sont centrés sur le stockage thermique, l’efficacité énergétique des bâtiments et la qualité de l’environnement intérieur. Il a développé plusieurs dispositifs expérimentaux, mené différents projets de démonstration concernant le stockage thermique, la ventilation et la qualité de l’air intérieur, et coordonné plusieurs projets nationaux/européens sur ces thématiques. Ses travaux actuels visent, notamment, à s’intéresser aux bâtiments intelligents et au comportement des usagés en vue d’optimiser la gestion de l’énergie. NB : The language of the congress is English and French
Conference Venue :
The conference will be held in National School of Applied Sciences in Khouribga.
Khouribga is a Moroccan town located 120 km south east of Casablanca. It is the
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