Welcome to the AICAT/GICAT 2020 website, and let us warmly invite you to attend AICAT/GICAT 2020, the XLII National Conference on Calorimetry , Thermal Analysis and Applied Thermodynamics jointly organized by AICAT (Associazione Italiana di Calorimetria e Analisi Termica) and GICAT (Gruppo Interdivisionale di Calorimetria e Analisi Termica della Società Chimica Italiana).
AICAT/GICAT 2020 Conference will be organized as on-line event by Udine University and will gather the scientists working in Calorimetry, Thermal Analysis from Italy and Europe.
Its aim is to provide an opportunity for an exchange of scientific information, critical discussion and advanced planning on the most of fundamental and applied research aspects of interest in this field.
The conference will cover the following topics:
• Solutions, Mixtures and Chemical Thermodynamics
• Life Science, Pharmaceutics, Food,
• Polymers and Biomaterials, Biological Macromolecules
• Kinetics, Catalysis, Materials,
• Cultural Heritage
• Environment and Safety
• Instruments and new Methods
The Book of Abstracts of the conference is available here
The scientific program can be downloaded here
Instructions for participation with MS Teams can be downloaded here
Instructions for preparing and sending posters are available here
New deadline for abstract submission: December 29, 2020
The conference will be held using MSTeams platform for meetings. Registered participants will receive a link for each session and are strongly encouraged to test their hardware/software compatibility in advance.
The XLII National Conference on Calorimetry , Thermal Analysis and Applied Thermodynamics goes on line
The AICAT2020 Organizing Committee along with the AICAT/GICAT Executive Boards are glad to announce that XLII National Conference on Calorimetry, Thermal Analysis and Applied Thermodynamics will be held as online event. New dates are January 27th - 28th 2021. The Organizing committee is happy to announce that all invited speakers already confirmed their participation.
Info on registration and submissions as well as technical details for connections will be shared soon.
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