Basic Principles of Diffusion Theory, Experiment and Application
Diffusion Fundamentals VII
Evolution or Degradation?Basic Principles of Theory, Experiment and Application
July 3rd - 7th, 2017
The Diffusion Fundamentals Conferences are held every two years. They represent a unique international forum bringing together the specialists from disciplines in different fields of materials science, chemistry, physics and engineering as well as archaeology, ecology, epidemics, ethnology, linguistics and sociology. They all are concerned with the phenomenon of random movement which is known to occur on molecular scales just as over macroscopic dimensions. Diffusion is thus among the major processes which decide over the final result of a large spectrum of phenomena. This made us suggest the question "Evolution or Degradation?" as one of the key topics of the "Diffusion Fundamentals VII" conference.
Diffusion Fundamentals VI
Diffusive Spreading in Nature, Technology and SocietyBasic Principles of Theory, Experiment and Application
August 23rd - 26th, 2015
In continuation of a very successful series of 5 conferences in Europe and overseas, we invite you to participate in Diffusion Fundamentals VI, scheduled for August 23rd – 26th, 2015 in Dresden/Germany.
Diffusion Fundamentals VBasic Principles of Theory, Experiment and Application
August 26th - 28th, 2013
In continuation of a very successful series of 4 conferences in Europe and overseas, we invite you to participate in Diffusion Fundamentals V. Returning for the first time to its birthplace at the Universität Leipzig in Leipzig/Germany, the conference is scheduled for August 26th - 28th, 2013.
Diffusion Fundamentals IVBasic Principles of Theory, Experiment and Application
August 21st - 24th, 2011
Troy, NY, USA
In the biennial series of meetings devoted to the basic principles of diffusion
theory, experiment and application, researchers from the interdisciplinary fields of
diffusion are invited to exchange the most recent results of research, which are of
general interest to the whole community. All presentations are scheduled to address
a broad, interdisciplinary audience avoiding parallel sessions. Contributions will be
presented in the Diffusion Fundamentals Online Journal.