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This will be the ninth of a series of well established workshops on both experimental and theoretical aspects of thermophysical behavior of matter in the millisecond to picosecond time regimes. It will include rapid resistive or inductive heating (volume), laser pulse heating (surface), levitation techniques, as well as other recently developed pulse heating techniques. The emphasis will be on measurements of thermophysical properties at high temperatures. In this region, pulse-heating techniques are an unique approach to study the behavior of matter under conditions close by and far away from thermodynamic equilibrium.