The European Two-Phase Flow Group was established on October 4, 1963, at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, after the EAES Symposium on Two- Phase Flow, Steady State Burnout and Hydrodynamics Instability. Professor Becker, who at the time held the chair of Reactor Technology at the Royal Institute of Technology, was the founder. Further information available at the Enea site.
The main objective of the Meetings has been to have informal discussions among researchers on multiphase flows. All subjects related to gas-liquid flows can be discussed at the Group Meetings, e.g. boiling, flashing and condensation, bubbly flows, droplet flows, annular flows, slug flows, liquid-liquid flows, horizontal and inclined flows, singularities and choked flows, instrumentation, computer codes, industrial systems, chemical engineering, environmental engineering, petroleum engineering, and nuclear reactors.