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The SPIL Scientific Conference visited more than 170 participants from around the world

The first year of The SPIL Scientific Conference is behind with more than 170 participants from all over the world. The invited experts talked about their researches and experiences from The United States of America, Colombia, Ireland and also from New Zealand, China or The Philippines.

We would like to thank all participants for the amazing atmosphere and great networking opportunities. We hope you enjoyed the first year of The SPIL Scientific Conference, organised by the SPIL team from NETME Centre and Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Brno University of Technology. See you next year in Brno!

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SPIL Scientific Conference: Energy, Water, Emission & Waste in Industry and Cities

The main focus of the SPIL Scientific conference is to share new knowledge and implementation progress from all areas of Process Integration and Sustainability research.

The keynote presenters are world-leading researchers, who will provide unique insights into their team’s latest focuses and developments.

The conference includes keynote lectures, interactive workshops, and ample opportunity to strengthen research collaboration and meet with the leading experts. The conference fee is free. See detailed information on

The SPIL project is co-funded by the European Union.

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Invitation to the lecture of Professor T. W. Lee: Everything in Heat and Flows

T. W. “Ted” Lee is from the Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Arizona State University. Arizona is one of the USA’s western states, typified by dessert-like climate and the Grand Canyon. He works in various topics in thermal and fluids: spray cooling, spray atomization, turbulence, and now Earth climate change. He has gotten some good ideas while in Brno, on solving some spray cooling and turbulence problems. He likes travelling, and occasionally treks the Grand Canyon.


When? Monday 9. 10. 2017

What time? 9 .00 -11:00 a.m. (lecture 40 minutes + discussion 30 minutes)

Where? big meeting room, NETME Centre (building D5, 4th floor)

The lecture is organised by Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Laboratory, FME BUT.