The Swedish Defence Research Agency, FOI, and EURENCO organise a workshop devoted to the science and technology of energetic materials in Stockholm, 29-30 May 2018. An organised visit to FOI Grindsjön is planned 31 May 2018.
Stockholm, the city of Alfred Nobel, invites you to a workshop devoted to the science and technology of energetic materials. The workshop is a two day event with a focus on all aspects of new energetic materials. It will cover both the basic science, studies on these materials and their development towards different applications. This is the third New Energetics Workshop (NEW), held in an informal atmosphere to promote personal contacts and exchange of ideas.
The workshop will be held at FOI headquarters in Kista, Stockholm. There will also be an orginised visit to FOI Grindsjön 31 May, 2018. Visitors to FOI Grindsjön must apply for an individual clearance which will be assessed case by case.
Please register by sending an e-mail with the registration form to Jenny Hägre (email@example.com).
Price: 3500 SEK or 375 € including lunch and dinner if you register before 31 March, 2018.
4500 SEK or 475 € including lunch and dinner if you register between 31 March and 30 April, 2018.
Note that there is a limited number of 65 attendees. Register early for ensured participation!
A number of rooms have been reserved at Scandic Victoria Tower (http://scandichotels.com/victoriatower/). However, you will need to confirm your booking with the hotel before 30 March. Confirmation is made at http://www.scandichotels.com/victoriatower/ or by calling +46 8 517 517 00. Booking reference is: BTOT280518. Hotel price is not included in the workshop fee (single room: 1443 SEK per night, breakfast included).
Remember to bring your passport to FOI Grindsjön. The bus departures from Scadic Victoria Tower at 08.00 31 April. The day ends at 15.00 and a bus will take you from FOI Grindsjön to the Central Station in Stockholm. Approximated arrival time is 16.30. At the Central Station you will find transportations to the airports. For information about the buses, please see https://www.flygbussarna.se/en. For information about the train, see https://www.arlandaexpress.com/.
The format of the meeting is oral presentations (no full papers are required). The workshop language is English. Abstracts are to be submitted to Jenny Hägre (firstname.lastname@example.org). Below please find the accepted abstracts.
Aleksandr Smirnov, Joint stock company, State Scientific Research Institute of Mechanical Engineering after V.V. Bakhirev, Russia
Complex analysis of explosive characteristics for existence region of explosives
Alexander Vorozhtsov, Tomsk State University, Russia
The effect of deagglomeration and coating of nanoparticles on the characteristics of aluminum nanopowder oxidation
Colin Pulham, University of Edinburgh, Great Britain
Structure-property relationships in energetic co-crystals and salts
Erik Tunestål, Eurenco Bofors AB, Sweden
Preciptated small size FOX-7 tested in solventless extruded double base rocket propellant
Geneviève Eck, Eureco, France
Impacts of regulation on energetic materials
Hanna Ellis, FOI, Sweden
Hiroki Matsunaga, Department of Chemical Engineering, Fukuoka University, Japan
Study on high energetic ionic liquids for propellant
Jonas Johansson, FOI, Sweden
Synthesis of energetics using flow chemistry
Lukas Werling, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany
Premixed green propellants: DLR research and test activities on nitrous oxide/hydrocarbon mixtures
Marcel Holler, Bayern-Chemie, Germany
New innovative solid rocket propellants based on ADN
Martin Rahm, Chalmers Tekniska Högskola, Sweden
Computer aided design and synthesis of high-energy-density materials
Matthew Andrews, MSIAC, Belgium
Energetic materials research across MSIAC nations
Michele Negri, DLR, Germany
Main results of the EU H2020 project Rheform
Niklas Wingborg, FOI, Sweden
Green solid propellants for launchers
Patrick Goede, FMV, Sweden
Aspects of energetics in Sweden; history and present
Peter Gerber, Fraunhofer ICT, Germany
Synthesis, upscaling and first results of PBX based on TKX-50
Peter Thormählen, ECAPS AB, Sweden
Growing constellation of earth observation satellites with ammonium dinitramide (ADN) based propulsion
Pontus Melin, Uppsala universitet, Sweden
Atomistic Modelling of Amorphous Energetic Materials
Radovan Skàcel, Explosia a.s., Czech Republic
Low-sensitivity PETN crystallized in the presence of stearic acid.
Sejin Kwon, Department of Aerospace Engineering, KAIST, Republic of Korea
MEMS thruster for a cube satellite with ADN as a monopropellant
Stefan Ek, FOI, Sweden
On the sensitivity of Nitrate Esters
Stefano Dossi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Activated and nano-sized aluminum in energetic materials: Competitors or complementary materials?
Thomas Deschner, Nammo Raufoss AS, Norway
Towards insensitive minimum smoke propellants for tactical missile propulsion
Thomas Heinz, Fraunhofer ICT, Germany
Comminution of energetic materials in binder components with high solid loadings for direct application in formulations
Thomas Reith, LMU Munich, Germany
Recent developments on the research of energetic materials: nitrates, nitrocarbamates and polynitro compunds