2007 Methods of Distributed Scale Liquefaction for Natural Gas and Hydrogen
July 14-15, 2007
A Professional Development Short Course on "Methods of Distributed-Scale Liquefaction for Natural Gas and Hydrogen" will be held on July 14-15, 2007 preceding the joint Cryogenic Engineering and International Cryogenic Materials Conferences (CEC/ICMC).
This two-day technical course is an updated version of the course presented at the CEC/ICMC at Keystone, CO. It includes the latest results on operational waste gas to LNG facilities and prototype results on two advanced liquefiers for H2 and LNG.
This course will be presented by Drs. John A. Barclay and Miroslaw P. Skrzypkowski. A more detailed description of the short course, biosketches of the presenters, and registration forms are available via email to either jbarclay or email@example.com.
Cryogenic Society of America: Short Courses
July 16, 2007
On Monday, July 16, CSA will sponsor short courses covering cryogenics and cryogenic materials. In conjunction with CEC, there will be an all-day course by Dr. Rao Ganni on Helium Cryogenics, and an all-day course by Dr. Ray Radebaugh on cryocoolers. In conjunction with ICMC, the course materials will cover the Properties and Characteristics of Materials at Low Temperatures, with segments covering metals and alloys, composites and resins, and high and low temperature superconductors. The sections will be taught by four well-known international experts, all whom now serve on the ICMC governing Board: Richard P. Reed of Cryogenic Materials (formerly with the National Institute of Standards and Technology, Boulder, CO), Dave Evans of Advanced Cryogenic Materials (formerly with The Rutherford Laboratory, Chilton, Oxon, UK), Eric E. Hellstrom of the University of Wisconsin, Madison and Peter J. Lee of the Applied Superconductivity Center, NHMF/FSU.
For more information visit the CSA website at http://www.cryogenicsociety.org.