Papers addressing research and development in all aspects of cryocooler science and technology
are invited. Analytical and experimental investigations are also welcome.

  • Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:
  • Tactical military cryocoolers
  • Very low temperature (less than 4 K) cryocoolers
  • Aerospace cryocoolers
  • Advanced cryocooler component technology
  • Commercial and laboratory cryocoolers
  • Stirling, pulse tube, or hybrid cryocoolers
  • Cryocooler electronics
  • Advanced analysis and modeling techniques
  • Reverse Brayton cryocoolers
  • Cryocooler applications – military
  • Cryocooler applications – civilian
  • Sorption cryocoolers
  • Emerging future – generation cryocooler technology
  • Miniaturization of cryocoolers
  • Micro-scale/MEMS-enabled cryocooler technology
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Paper Submission Instructions Suggested Topics Complete technical papers are due by 5 p.m. on the first full day of the conference, June 21, 2016, in the Publications Room. Please bring the following: An electronic version on a CD, DVD or flash drive One print-ready hard copy Three additional hard copies for use by the reviewers …


Instruction for Posters Suggested Topics Each poster board stands 6 feet (2 m) tall,  with a 4-foot (1.2 m) tall by 8-foot (2.4m) wide display area to hang your poster.  Poster presenters are expected to arrange their material before the session starts, and to be available to answer questions and discuss their papers with attendees. …