IAPWS Annual Meeting 2022

The 2022 IAPWS Annual Meeting

Sunday November 27th – Friday December 2nd  2022


IAPWS is an international non-profit association of national organizations concerned with the properties of water and steam, particularly thermophysical properties, cycle chemistry guidelines, and other aspects of high-temperature steam, water and aqueous mixtures relevant to thermal power cycles and other industrial and scientific applications. IAPWS meetings have been held annually since 1929. Current Members of IAPWS are Australia, Britain and Ireland, Canada, the Czech Republic, Germany, Japan, New Zealand, Greece, India, Italy, and Switzerland.

The 2022 IAPWS meeting is being hosted by the New Zealand Association for the Properties of Water and Steam (NZAPWS)

The 2022 IAPWS meeting will be held in Rotorua, New Zealand and will involve working meetings of the various IAPWS working groups that are open to all and incorporate a one day IAPWS symposium and NZAPWS workshop. These two events are included in the overall IAPWS 2022 meeting but can also be registered for and attended separately in the following formats
1.    IAPWS 2022 meeting including the IAPWS Symposium and NZAPWS workshop
2.    IAPWS Symposium and NZAPWS workshop
3.    NZAPWS Workshop only

4.   IAPWS Symposium only


ORGANISING COMMITTEE:  The NZAPWS committee and the 2022 IAPWS organising committee is comprised of the following members:

  • Chairperson David Addison, Thermal Chemistry Limited, Vice Chair, IAPWS, Power Cycle Chemistry Group
  • Secretary Ian Richardson, Contact Energy
  • Member Jeremy Lovell-Smith, Measurement Standards Laboratory of New Zealand, Callaghan Innovation
  • Member Tony Oosten, Fonterra
  • Member Marty Templeton, Visentia
  • Member Peter Slijp, Solenis

Please contact the NZAPWS Chairperson, David Addison for any questions:
david.addison@thermalchemistry.com, ph: +64 21 843 762 


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