Thermodynamics & thermochemistry
Instruments & Methods
Standards & Nomenclature
Paul van Ekeren
Each committee should:
a.have a well-defined working plan; b.have a minimum of 4 members committed to contribute to the work of the committee c.have a continuous activity. d.organize a workshop / session at ICTAC and/or at ESTAC; e.publish books / papers with the presentations and discussions.
Rules for Committees (as from ICTAC15, Osaka)
*Each Chairperson may serve a period of 4 years for leading the group; the period is renewable for a single term of 4 more years.
*ICTAC Council should approve the progressively closing down of the committees by observing the rule of ‘no-activity’ over years.
*The Chairpersons of various Committees should invite awardees of ICTAC Young Scientist Award to participate to the activities of
*Under each line committee may open / close, according to the criteria enumerated above, groups of work (like ‘group for nano-
materials’, ‘group for flash-DSC’, etc). The groups rely on the initiative of members of ICTAC who are interested in a specific project
defined within the frame of the work of a certain committee.
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