9th International Workshop on LII
The upcoming workshop - date to be defined after the situation in the context of Coronavirus Sars-CoV-2 has clarified – will take place in the Technology and Innovation Centre at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK.
Following a long series of previous workshops, this meeting is intended to bring together scientists from various research fields to discuss recent developments and future trends in LII and related fields. Laser-induced incandescence (LII) has become a mature diagnostic to characterize soot particles in combustion and exhaust gases. However, some sub-processes are still lacking detailed understanding, new application fields appear, applicability limits can be extended and new research questions arise. The workshop shall stimulate discussion between experts on the field, and encourage interactions between newcomers and those with long expertise both experimentally and theoretically. The biennial workshop follows the tradition of previous workshops:
- 2005 – Duisburg, Germany
- 2006 – Bad Herrenalb, Germany
- 2008 – Ottawa, Canada
- 2010 – Varenna, Italy
- 2012 – Le Touquet France
- 2014 – Ven, Sweden
- 2016 – Lake Tahoe, USA
- 2018 – Tutzung, Germany
The official language at the workshop is English.
Mobile phone use
When attending sessions, please turn off your mobile phone and communication devices, or use silent mode. If you must take a call, please step out of the room rather than disrupting the event. Thank you for your cooperation.
The venue at Strathclyde provides free WIFI to all workshop participants. Arrangements will be announced on-site.
The registration fee does not include the participant’s insurance against accidents, sickness, cancellation, theft, property damage or loss. Participants are advised to arrange adequate personal insurance.
The British currency is Pounds Sterling (GBP). Most hotels, restaurants and shops accept international credit cards.
The UK operates on 230 Volts electricity and the sockets are Type G (BS 1363), which differs from most of the rest of Europe.
Emergency telephone numbers
In case of an emergency, while in the UK, please contact:
Fire brigade: 999
Emergency doctor/ ambulance: 999 Non-emergency telephone numbers:
Non-emergency medical advice (NHS 24): 111
Non-emergency police number: 101
About Glasgow and Scotland:
We hope that you take the opportunity to spend time in Scotland before or after your visit to the LII Workshop. The following websites may help to plan your trip.
Department of Chemical & Process Engineering
University of Strathclyde