The next symposium RGD32 will be held in Seoul, South Korea in 2020.
Final Paper Submission
The review process is nearly completed, we will inform the authors our decision very soon by 15th February.
To submit the final revised papers, please follow the Full Paper Submission tab below.
The accepted papers will be published in AIP Conference Proceedings. As the author-prepared PDFs will appear in the proceeding, please use the AIP templates, which you can find here: https://aip.scitation.org/apc/authors/preppapers.
Note: These templates are AIP Publishing standard, and you must use them for all AIP Conference Proceedings volumes. To avoid delay publication of the RGD31 Proceedings, any submission does not meet the requirements of the AIP Proceedings will be rejected.
The deadline of re-submission is 31 March 2019.
What to submit
1. A final PDF file of your paper with fonts embedded.
2. Response to the comments.
3. A signed License to Publish Agreement.
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Memorial Session for Prof Bird
We are deeply saddened to hear that Professor Graeme A. Bird passed away on Saturday 26 May. Professor Bird will be greatly missed by the RGD community. A special session in memory of Professor Bird was organised in the 31st International Symposium of Rarefied Gas Dynamics in Glasgow, UK. The video of this session can be downloaded following this Link. The slides of the presentations are avaiable here:Prof Kun Xu, Prof Nicolas Hadjiconstantinou
Welcome from the organisers
Scottish scientists, including James Clerk Maxwell, have made indispensable contributions to rarefied gas dynamics. RGD31 will provide an opportunity to experience Scotland’s rich legacy in science, mathematics and engineering. We look forward to welcoming you to Glasgow on 23rd – 27th July, 2018.
Technology and Innovation Centre, University of Strathclyde, 99 George St, Glasgow, Scotland G1 1RD
See Travel & Accomodation section below for more information about the city and sightseeing.
December 4, 2017: Abstract submission opens
February 1, 2017: Registration opens
March 30, 2018: Abstract submission deadline (extended)
April 15, 2018: Acceptance notification
June 15, 2018: Registration deadline
July 23-27, 2018: Symposium
Relevant topics include
- Boltzmann and Related Equations - Kinetic and Transport Theory
- Numerical Methods for Kinetic Equations - DSMC and Related Simulations
- Molecular Dynamics and other Particle Methods - Multiscale Modelling
- Porous Media Flows - Granular Flows and Aerosols
- Non-equilibrium Reacting Flows - Moment Methods
- Vacuum Technology - Experimental Techniques for Non-equilibrium Flows
- High-performance Computing in RGD - Space Vehicle Aerodynamics
- Molecular Beam and Collisions - Gas-Surface Interactions
- Plasma Flows and Processes - Jets and Plumes
- Micro- and Nano-scale Flows - Radiation and Astrophysics
- Reaction and Relaxation Processes
Yonghao Zhang (Chair), Marco Fossati, Dimitris Drikakis, Lei Wu, Sina Haeri (University of Strathclyde)
Jason Reese (University of Edinburgh)
Duncan Lockerby (University of Warwick)
David Emerson (STFC Daresbury Laboratory)
Konstantinos Kontis, Craig White (University of Glasgow)
International Advisory Committee
A. Alexeenko (USA), Y.A. Bondar (Russia), D. Bruno (Italy), R. Caflisch (USA), R. Campargue (France), C. Day (Germany), J. Fan (China), J. M. Fernandez (Spain), A. Frezzotti (Italy), M.A. Gallis (USA), M.-A. Gaveau (France), V. Giovangigli (France), M. Grabe (Germany), A. Ketsdever (USA), G.M. Kremer (Brazil), E.V. Kustova (Russia), D. Levin (USA), T. Niimi (Japan), S. O'Byrne (Australia), A.K. Rebrov (Russia), H. Struchtrup (Canada), K. Suzuki (Japan), Q. Sun (China), S. Takata (Japan), I. Wysong (USA), Y. Zhang (UK)
RGD Board of Honor
T. Abe (Japan), V. Aquilanti (Italy), K. Aoki (Japan), G. A. Bird (Australia), A. V. Bobylev (Russia), I. Boyd (USA), M. Capitelli (Italy), A. L. Garcia (USA), R. Gatignol (France), J. K. Harvey (UK), L. J. F. Hermans (Netherlands), F. Huisken (Germany), E. Knuth (USA), J. A. Kunc (USA), J. C. Lengrand (France), M. Mareschal (Belgium), J. N. Moss (USA), K. Nanbu (Japan), Y. A. Rijov (Russia), A. Santos (Spain), B. Shizgal (Canada), Y. Sone (Japan), T. Ytrehus (Norway)
The 31st International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics will be held at: Technology and Innovation Centre, University of Strathclyde, 99 George St, Glasgow, Scotland G1 1RD
For information on how to get to the University of Strathclyde, please visit: https://www.strath.ac.uk/conferencingandevents/delegateinformation/gettinghere/
Taxis are a great, hassle-free and convenient way to get to the airport. There are over 450 taxi companies serving Glasgow airport and the surrounding areas, many of which specialise in airport taxis and can offer great rates.
Find cheap airport taxis near you by checking out our Glasgow airport Taxi Listings.
The listings include contact details and a description of each company's services to help you book a taxi to suit your needs.
All public buses depart from the front of the terminal building. Charter coaches pick up and drop off passengers at the short stay coach park on Bute Road, adjacent to international arrivals.
There are frequent services to Glasgow city centre operated by Citylink and Fairline as a combined service 905. All services have drop off points at various locations in the city including close to Glasgow Central and Queen Street railway stations and at Buchanan bus station.
Single fare to the city centre is £4.49 and £6.29 return. Approximate guide to journey time from airport to city centre by bus is 25 minutes. The city centre bus stops have an airport logo on them.
For more information visit: Traveline Scotland or Citylink
The conference venue is at the centre of Glasgow and there are many hotels nearby.
You can book your accommodation through any major hotel comparison websites including tripadvisor and booking.com
The city official website people make glasgow also provides information about many hotels around the city.
There are many places close to the conference venue to visit for free including many world-class museums and galleries.
Glasgow is an easy city to find your way around. Built on a grid system, it’s compact to navigate, either on foot or public transport. More information about public transport including the city's sightseeing hop-on hop-off service can be found here.
Glasgow has an ever evolving food and drink scene and you can have a great gastronomic experience in almost any good restaurant in the city including many great bars at Byres Road and the Lanes (Please note that this is not an official website and is only provided for information).
Glasgow is the largest retail centre in the UK outside London’s West End. The city’s ‘Style Mile’, Royal Exchange Square, Buchanan Street and Buchanan Galleries are all within a walking distance of the venue.
Loch Lomond - the largest land-locked body of water on the UK - in only 45 minutes away from the conference venue and is a must see. You can find more information about many Locks and beautiful islands around the city on visitscotland.
Registration and Fees
Conference registration is open now. Registration and payment will be through the University of Strathclyde's secure online payment system (Onlineshop). To leave this page and register please follow this Link.
Regular rate £500; Student rate £350
Late and on-site registration: £650 (£500 for students)
The registration deadline for the regular rate is June 15, 2018.
- The registration fees include a reception, a banquet dinner, buffet lunches, tea/coffee breaks, conference materials and full paper publications.
- Accompanying person: Conference attendees can bring an accompanying person for a fee of £100 which includes a reception, a dinner, lunches, and tea/coffee.
- Participants are expected to book and pay their own accommodation and travel expenses. As Glasgow is to host the European Championships 2018 immediately after the symposium, it is advised to arrange your travel early.
- All prices are in Pound sterling.
- Registration fees can only be refunded before June 15, 2018.
- We are keen to support participation by students outside of EU, and will provide free accommodation to a limited number of applicants. Please contact the organiser if you want to apply.
Your payment will be processed through the University of Strathclyde's secure online payment system (Onlineshop), to leave this page and register please follow this Link.