Joint EMLG/JMLG Annual Meeting 2016        Platanias - Chania, Crete, Greece 
Recent Progresses on the Experimental & Theoretical-Computational Techniques for the Study of Liquids and Supercritical Fluids  
From Simple to Complex Systems  
11th - 16th September 2016  
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European Molecular Liquids Group
University of Athens Department of Chemistry

National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece Dept. of Chemistry


Traditionally, EMLG/JMLG meetings place an emphasis on the understanding of the physicochemical properties and behaviour of molecular liquid systems at the microscopic (molecular) level in terms of local-intermolecular structure, single & collective dynamics and intermolecular interactions. In a similar manner, the 2016 meeting in Chania-Crete-Greece aims at such an in-depth understanding of systems covering various degrees of complexity, from simple molecular liquids to polymers and other complex systems, and extending to the frontiers of the liquid state, namely supercritical fluids. 

In particular, the 2016 conference will cover the following areas:

  • Properties of simple molecular liquids (pure and mixtures);

  • Water and other associating liquids as well as mixtures thereof;

  • Macromolecular systems (melts, solutions) and biomolecules;

  • Other complex systems (surfactants, colloids etc.);

  • ¬†Supercritical fluids and their mixtures with other compounds¬†

Contributions that shed light on the molecular aspects of thermodynamical, structural (bulk, interfacial) and dynamical-transport properties of the above systems may include:

  • Analytical statistical mechanical theoretical approaches

  • Experimental techniques, such as various spectroscopy methods, and

  • Computer simulation techniques (equilibrium and non-equilibrium MD, MC) as well as new developments characterized by the extension
    of the simulation techniques to incorporate quantum effects (time independent and dependent quantum simulation methods)