NEGF 23 – International conference

4th European Conference on Non-Equilibrium Gas Flows


Non-equilibrium gas flows are of great importance and touch a variety of industrial fields. In such flows various non-equilibrium transport phenomena appear, which cannot be tackled by the typical Navier-Stokes approach. Under these rarefied conditions the roles played by the interactions between the gas and the solid device surface as well as in between the gas molecules become essential.

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co-organized with


  • Rarefied gas flows and heat transfer
    • Non-equilibrium transport phenomena, kinetic theory and modeling
    • Micro and nano gas flows and heat transfer
    • Aerothermodynamics of high speed flows
    • Gas-surface interaction
    • Gas separation and mixing
    • Evaporation, condensation, adsorption, deposition
    • Two-phase microflows
    • Sensors, actuators, pumps, heat exchangers and other devices involving non-equilibrium gas conditions
  • Processes, equipment and systems in non-equilibrium gas conditions
    • Gaseous microfluidics and fluidic microsystems involving gases



  • Stéphane Colin (University of Toulouse)
  • Arjan Frijns (Eindhoven University of Technology)
  • Dimitris Valougeorgis (University of Thessaly)

Eindhoven University:

The conference center is located on the campus of Eindhoven University of Technology and within walking distance of the city center with various hotels. Eindhoven has very good rail and road connections with Amsterdam (Schiphol), Belgium and Germany. It also has its own airport with connections to about 70 destinations
(mainly Europe).


Abstract submissions

October 2022

Notification of acceptance
December 15th, 2022

Final abstract submissions

February 1st, 2023