Assembly for the International Heat Transfer Conferences (AIHTC)
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1966 Chicago IL USA
Founded 1966, Chicago IL (USA) during 4th International Conference on Heat Transfer. Previous conferences were organized in London (UK) and Atlantic City NJ (USA) 1951, Boulder CO (USA) 1961 and London (UK) 1962.
Provide international cooperation in the planning and coordination of the International Conference on Heat Transfer; promote scientific understanding in the field of heat transfer.
Events2026 | Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – International Heat Transfer Conference
2022-08-08 | Cape Town, South Africa – International Heat Transfer Conference
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