The Thermal Methods Group
The Thermal Methods Group (TMG) is a special interest group of the Analytical Division of the Royal Society of Chemistry with affiliation to the International Confederation of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry (ICTAC). There is close collaboration with other European thermal analysis groups.
6th to 8th April 2020
The Mission of the Thermal Methods Group
To promote awareness of all thermo analytical, calorimetric and related techniques by a wide range of activities, including regular scientific meetings, training workshops and publications. As a regular feature, the group organizes two key meetings per annum. These are typically held in April and November. The April thermal analysis conference (TAC) covers a broad range of topics. The second meeting generally revolves around a particular theme or subject area.
David Dollimore Award
(for Emeritus Professors or Researchers, over 65 years old)
Prof José Perez-Rodriguez (Spain)
Eugen Segal Award
(Scientists between 40 and 65 years old)
Prof Jiri Malek (Czech Republic)
Judit Simon Award
(scientist under 40 years old)
Dr Giuseppe Lazzara (Italy)
In The News
6-8 April, 2020
New Edition of:
Principles of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Edited by Simon Gaisford, Vicky Kett and Peter Haines
In the current climate concerning health risks associated with the coronavirus outbreak TMG find it impossible to guarantee delivering a full programme for the short course and TAC 2020 at Leicester on April 6-8th and the committee have taken the regrettable decision to cancel this year’s meeting.
We hope to hold a special one-day meeting in November 2020 and TAC 2021 will be hosted by the University of Huddersfield on Tuesday 30th and Wednesday 31st March 2021. This will be preceded by a one-day short course on Monday 29th March 2021.”