WELCOME to the ILASS-Americas 2017 Conference

our sponsors



Klaus Advanced Computing Building (KACB)

Georgia Tech, Atlanta Georgia
Monday, May 15 - Thursday, May 18, 2017

The 414,000-square-foot Klaus Advanced Computing Building is located in the heart of the Georgia Tech campus.

KACB is home to School of Computer ScienceSchool of Computational Science and Engineering, six research centers, and over 20 research labs spanning multiple research groups. The building also contains some of the most advanced computing labs and innovative educational technology in the world. There are 70 research laboratories, six instructional labs, and five large classrooms.


ILASS-AMERICAS 2017 is the 29th Annual Conference on Liquid Atomization and Spray Systems, North and South America. Like previous ILASS conferences, it provides a venue for industrialists,researchers, academics, and students engaged in the scientific development and practice of atomization to meet and share recent developments in the field. Topical areas include theory and modeling of the liquid breakup process, and applications ranging from biological and agricultural sprays, to combustion systems and engines, to deposition processes and coating, to industrial sprays..

The Conference will include:

  • Tutorial sessions representing a discussion of topics of broad interest to the spray community
  • Technical sessions at which state-of-the-art research and methods are presented.
  • Manufacturer's exhibits showing the latest instrumentation and hardware in the field.
  • Technical committee meetings enabling participants to engage in specific topical
    discussions in areas of personal interest.
  • Organized Sessions which will include a collection of papers/presentations on new topics and topics of current interest


Monday, May 15:

  • Check-In and On-Site Registration opens at 3:00pm,
    with a welcome reception with the exhibitors from 5:00 until 7:00.

  • Application based technical committees will meet from 7:00 to 8:00 pm.

Thursday, May 18th: 

  • The conference closes 3:05 pm




Caroline L. Genzale
Assistant Professor
GW Woodruff School of
Mechanical Engineering
Georgia Tech, Atlanta, Georgia

Lee Markle
Spray, Optical Engine & Fluid Analysis Team Leader / Supervisor
Delphi Powertrain Systems
Technical Center Rochester
Mail Code 146HEN555
5500 West Henrietta Road
West Henrietta, NY 14586-9701
(585) 359-6163

Professor Franz Tanner
Professor Kathleen Feigl

Michigan Technological University
1400 Towsend Drive,
209 / 211 Fisher Hall
Houghton, MI 49931-1295
906 487 2109 / 908 487 2111
tanner@mtu.edu / feigl@mtu.edu

Scott Parrish
Sponsorship Co-Chair
(586) 986-0692