International Confederation for Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry (ICTAC)
Confédération internationale d'analyse thermique et calorimétrie
1968-08-22 Worcester MA USA
Founded 22 Aug 1968, Worcester MA (USA), as International Confederation for Thermal Analysis (ICTA), at 2nd International Conference on Thermal Analysis, 1st Congress having been held 1965, Aberdeen (UK). Present title adopted, 28 Aug 1992, Hatfield (UK). Statutes established 11 Jul 1974; most recently revised Aug 2016.
Promote international understanding and cooperation in thermal analysis and calorimetry.
Events2021-08-29 | Krakow, Poland – International Congress on Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
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