Given the continuous global health threat posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, we have postponed the 32nd International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics (RGD32) to July 4th-8th (Mon-Fri), 2022.
Today we reopen abstract submissions and registration at http://www.rgd32.org/.
Authors are invited to submit their one-page abstracts online (after creating an account and logging in) by uploading Docx or LaTeX zip files before March 31st, 2022. Full manuscripts (optional) will be solicited in August 2022 and manuscripts that are accepted after review will be published in AIP Conference Proceedings around July 2023.
Considering the ongoing challenges of COVID-19, RGD32 will be held in a hybrid (mostly in-person, some online) format. Participants can choose to attend either in-person or online, depending on their preferences. Online participants will be able to view the pre-recorded presentation of in-person participants, giving them access to all presentations. We hope that this format will allow more researchers from the field of rarefied gas dynamics to participate.
To make the login and registration process easier, a file summarizing each step and necessary information is attached. As uncertainties and difficulties associated with the ongoing COVID-19 persist, we will provide detailed information on entry to Korea (exemption from quarantine, etc.) in advance so that all participants can visit Korea without much difficulty. An affordable venue (125 USD per night) will be available to participants, as well as other nearby hotels. (Check the RGD32 website for more information.)
We appreciate your patience and support in this unprecedented time of difficulty, wish you strength and good health, and hope to welcome all of you in the summer of 2022.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org (primary) or email@example.com with any questions.
We look forward to welcoming you to Seoul, South Korea, on July 4th-8th, 2022.
Rho Shin Myong (Chair), Gyeongsang National University (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Kun Xu (Co-Chair), Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (email@example.com)
Jong-Shinn Wu (Co-Chair), National Chiao Tung University (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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