Author: Markus Preißinger

Preliminary programme out now

Dear participants, the organizing committee of HPC is happy to release the preliminary programme of HPC 2018 in Bayreuth. Please note that we reserve the right to amend and/or modify this programme at any time. The room numbers will be made available in a few weeks after the final programme is released. HPC-2018 Preliminary Programme […]

Three special Issues after HPC 2018

The Organizing Committee of the Heat Powered Cycles Conference will select some presented manuscripts, after the conference is finished, to be invited for publication in a special issue of Applied Thermal Engineering (Elsevier), Energy (Elsevier) and Energies (MDPI). The selection of the manuscripts will be based on their quality and presentation. The selected manuscripts will […]

Conference Hotel

Dear participants, important information about the conference can be found under the point “Service” on our webpage: SERVICE Here you find information about the conference hotel in which you will get a special discount. You also find our contact form and other information. Best wishes from the HPC organizing committee  

Registration is now open

The registration for HPC 2018 is now open. Please follow the instructions on our site Registration. If you need a letter of invitation (for example to get a visa), please send a draft version to and we will provide the invitation letter as a signed business letter to you.

Final call for Abstracts (new deadline: 15.12.2017)

Dear colleagues, Within the last few weeks, you have submitted numerous extended abstracts for our HPC 2018 in Bayreuth. However, we also got several emails asking about a bit more time to submit their abstracts. Therefore, the organising committee agreed to postpone the deadline for abstract submission to the 15th of December 2017. This is […]

Announcement of first keynote lecture

Today we can announce the first keynote lecture at next years HPC conference in Bayreuth. Based on the long tradition of presentations on sorption technology, we are proud that the research group “Sorption Systems Engineering” of the Chair of Technical Thermodynamics (LTT, RWTH Aachen, Germany) will present their work on their new modelica library on […]