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The conference starts with training workshop on Wednesday, 25th July, 2018 targeted at new workers or students interested in the field of phosphor thermometry.

On Thursday 26th July and Friday, 27th July, 2018 respectively, keynote lectures, and oral and ⁄ or poster presentation sessions of contributed abstracts will be take place with breaks held in between for networking and morning refreshments, lunch and afternoon refreshments.

The tentative technical program can be found below and a final version, which you will also be able to access on this page, will be uploaded just before the conference start date.

text version of this tentative programme and the abstract lists with authors is available to download.

 

SESSION

TITLE

Abstract ID

Keynote lecture

A History of Phosphor Thermometry 

S. W. Allison

 

1791

Phosphor physics, synthesis, characterisation and calibration

 

 

 

Intentional designing of sensitive luminescent thermometers through crystal field strength engineering

K. Elzbieciak and L. Marciniak

 

 

        1750

Investigating the Temperature Sensitive Emission Properties of Eu:BAM : Potential for New Eu2+ High-Temperature Phosphors

Dustin Witkowski and David A. Rothamer

 

1862

 

Aerogel and Polymeric Phosphor Composites for Remote Thermometry-Cryogenic to Elevated Temperatures

F. Sabri and S. Allison

 

1799

 

Manganese-based phosphors for bandshape and lifetime luminescent thermometers

L. Marciniak and K. Trejgis

 

1755

Effect of Oxygen on Phosphorescence for Different Lanthanide Ions Ln3+ (Ln=Eu, Dy, Sm, Er) Doped Yttria-stabilized Zirconia

Tao Cai, Yongzeng Li, Lixia Yang, Di Peng, Xiaofeng Zhao, Yingzheng Liu

 

1777

 

Effect of the particle size on the temperature-dependent emission characteristics of YAG:Dy3+ and YAG:Dy3+,Er3+ phosphors

E. Hertle, L. Chepyga, M. Batentschuk, S. Will and L. Zigan

 

 

1762

V3+ , V4+ and V5+ as a temperature sensors in luminescent nanothermometers

K.Kniec, and L. Marciniak

 

1751

 

Gd0.8Lu0.2AlO3:Dy3+ and (Gd0.8Lu0.2)3Al5O12:Dy3+ as high-temperature thermographic phosphors

L. M. Chepyga, E. Hertle, L. Zigan, Andres Osvet, Christoph J. Brabec, Miroslaw Batentschuk

 

1864

 

Highly sensitive luminescence thermometry based on the combined lanthanide and transition metal ion emissions

M.D. Dramićanin, M. Sekulić, V. Đorđević, and M. Medić

 

1783

 

Fluid temperature measurements

Numerical Analysis on the application of SLIPI to gas-phase phosphor thermometry

L. Fan and S. Hochgreb

 

1760

Stagnation point heat flux measurements of laminar methane/air flames impinging on cylindrical surface with thermographic phosphors

Peter Oketch, Ulf Bergmann and Burak Atakan

 

1761         

Characterising dispersed phosphor particles for fluid thermometry

C. Abram, B. Fond, M. Pougin and F. Beyrau 

 

1798

 

Phosphor thermometry for the validation of computational fluid dynamics simulations of heat transfer in compressible real-gas flows

B. Fond, C-N. Xiao, C. Abram, C. T’Joen, B. Van Wachem, F. Beyrau

 

1870

 

Multiple Scattering Reduction in Instantaneous Gas Phase Phosphor  thermometry: Applications with Dispersed Seeding

M. Stephan, F. Zentgraf, E. Berrocal, B. Albert, B. Böhm and A. Dreizler

 

1865

 

Exploiting optical signals from single-phosphor particles for simultaneous point measurements of flow temperature and velocity

A.O. Ojo, B. Fond, C. Abram, B. G. M. Van Wachem, A. L. Heyes, and F. Beyrau

 

1867

 

A Path to High-Precision Aerosol Phosphor Thermometry in Adjustable Temperature Ranges from 300 K to > 1000 K

Dustin Witkowski, David A. Rothamer

 

1869         

Instrumentation, measurement strategy, and traceable standards

Phosphor thermometry in cryogenic applications

Dong Kim and Kyung Chun Kim

 

1772

Development of A Dual-Component Phosphor System for Simultaneous Pressure and Temperature Measurements

Yongzeng Li, Tao Cai, Lixia Yang, Di Peng, Xiaofeng Zhao, Yingzheng Liu

 

1778

 

Imaging phosphor thermometry from T = 20 °C to 450 °C using the time-domain intensity ratio technique

G. Sutton, A. Greenen, B. Roebuck, G. Machin

 

1868

 

A time-gated approach for improved ratio-based phosphor thermometry of fast heat transfer phenomena

A. Mendieta, B. Fond, P. Dragomirov, F. Beyrau

 

1871

 

Configurations for Temperature Sensing of Thermal Barrier Coatings

Q. Fouliard, S. Jahan, L. Rossmann, P. Warren, R. Ghosh, and S. Raghavan

 

1872

 

Effect of Flame Luminosity on Phosphor Thermometry Measurements Using the Decay Time Method

C. Binder, F Abou Nada and Mattias Richter

 

 

1873

 

Temperature profiling of cooled radial turbine wheel

C. Pilgrim, Y. Zhang, C. Copeland, A. Redwood, S. Karagiannopoulos, D. Castillo, S. Araguás Rodríguez, and J. Feist

 

1874

Triboluminescence and industrial applications

Use of phosphors to detect debris impacts and proton irradiation in space

W.A. Hollerman, R.S. Fontenot, and J. Miller

 

1770         

On the use of phosphor thermometry for temperature monitoring in manufacturing processes

A.O. Ojo, F. McCallum, A. Andreu, and A. L. Heyes

 

1866

 

 

 

 

 

 

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

 

SESSION

TITLE

Abstract ID

 

 

 

 

POSTER

 

 

 

Luminescence thermometry with Eu3+ doped TiO2, ZrO2 and Nb2O5 prepared by plasma electrolytic oxidation

A. Ćirić, M. Sekulić, S. Stojadinović, M. D. Dramićanin, and V. Đorđević

 

 

1782

 

Effects of Fluid and Seeding Properties relevant for Phosphor Thermometry in Liquid Flows

J. Bollmann, E. Hertle, R. Pröbstle, S. Will, L. Zigan

 

 

1880         

Luminescent Thermal Memory Paints

D. Castillo, S. Araguas, C. Pilgrim, S. Karagiannopoulos, A. Leibinger, J. Feist, S. Skinner, C. Cavallo, M. Genschmar, D. Peral

 

1881