History

The JETC conferences were established in 1989 under the name Journées Européennes de Thermodynamique Contemporaine by ECAST, the European Center for Advanced Studies in Thermodynamics.

As it was desirable to enlarge the scope of the conferences and to unite thermodynamics across Europe, the conferences changed name in 2007 to Joint European Thermodynamics Conference while the acronym remained the same.

Past locations

  • Compiègne (1989)
  • Lausanne (1991)
  • Bruxelles (1993)
  • Nancy (1995)
  • Toulouse (1997)
  • Marseille (1999)
  • Mons (2001)
  • Barcelona (2003)
  • St. Etienne (2007)
  • Copenhagen (2009)