Ared Cezairliyan Best Paper Award

In January 2020 the Editors and Publishers of International Journal of Thermophysics announced the creation of an annual best paper award, named after the journal’s founding Editor, Dr Ared Cezairliyan. The creation of this award coincides with the 40th anniversary of the launch of the journal, which published its first issue in March 1980. The Cezairliyan Prize recognises a paper judged to make a significant advance in the field of thermophysics, published in IJT in the previous calendar year, and is selected by a prize committee from the journal’s Editorial Board. It carries a certificate and a cash award of €1500 for the author, and is presented at the main thermophysics conference in each year (Asian Thermophysical Properties Conference, the European Conference on Thermophysical Properties, or the Symposium on Thermophysical Properties).
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2020 (ECTP) – Gavin Sutton (UK), Alexander Fateev (Denmark), Miguel A. Rodríguez‑Conejo, Juan Meléndez, and Guillermo Guarnizo (Spain), “Validation of Emission Spectroscopy Gas Temperature Measurements Using a Standard Flame Traceable to the International Temperature Scale of 1990 (ITS‑90)”, Int. J. Thermophys. 40:99 (2019).

2021 (STP) – Richard A. Perkins (USA), and Marcia L. Huber (USA), “Measurement and Correlation of the Thermal Conductivity of cis-1,1,1,4,4,4-hexafluoro-2-butene”, Int. J. Thermophys. 41:103 (2020).

2022 (ATPC) – Giuseppe Cavuoto (Italy), Nils von Preetzmann, Philipp Eckmann (Germany), Jianrong Li, Adriaan M. H. van der Veen (Netherlands), Reiner Kleinrahm & Markus Richter (Germany), “Density Measurements of Two Liquefied Biomethane-Like Mixtures over the Temperature Range from (100 to 180) K at Pressures up to 9.0 MPa”, Int. J. Thermophys. 42:43 (2021).

2023 (ECTP) – Bruno Hay, Olivier Beaumont, Guillaume Failleau, Nolwenn Fleurence, Marc Grelard, Refat Razouk, Guillaume Davée, Jacques Hameury (France), “Uncertainty Assessment for Very High Temperature Thermal Diffusivity Measurements on Molybdenum, Tungsten and Isotropic Graphite”, Int. J. Thermophys. 43:2 (2022).