January 6 – 17, 2014

The course will provide the participants with a knowledge of the fundamentals of thermodynamics, an overview of the most important thermodynamic models currently used in industrial practice, including how efficient computer codes for such models are written and checked for errors. In addition the course will emphasize the development of efficient procedures for calculation of phase equilibria under a variety of conditions. The practical part of the course, where the participants have to develop their own codes, emphasizes in particular this aspect. The course is of relevance for researchers engaged in the development and mplementation of thermodynamic models for process simulation or for those who just want to learn how to develop and write an efficient and consistent computer code. More info and registration here