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July 10-14, 2016
You are cordially invited to participate in the ASME 2016 Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting (FEDSM2016). The Fluids Engineering Division (FED) sponsors this meeting jointly with ASME Heat Transfer Division and the International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels, and Minichannels (ICNMM). The program of FEDSM2016 also includes technical paper sessions, plenary lectures, committee meetings and social events. FEDSM is involved in all areas of fluid mechanics, encompassing both fundamental as well as applications, to all types of devices, processes and machines involving fluid flows. In celebration of the 90th anniversary of the founding of FED, several special events are planned during the FEDSM2016. We invite you all to come to the FEDSM2016 and participate in our 90th Anniversary Celebration.
The International Conference on Nanochannels, Minichannels, and Microchannels (ICNMM) provides a global platform for researchers to exchange information and identify research needs in the emerging areas of micro-scale and nano-scale transport processes and systems encompassing many engineering and bio-medical disciplines. ICNMM's main objective is to promote the scientific study of thermofluid transport phenomena, related devices, and enabling technologies at the mini-, micro- and nano-scales.
Welcome to the ASME Heat Transfer Division’s (HTD) 2016 Summer Heat Transfer Conference (SHTC) to be held in the Nation’s Capital in Washington D.C from July 10-14, 2016. As many of you know, the Heat Transfer Division has had a glorious tradition over nearly 8 decades within ASME, and recently celebrated its 75th Anniversary in the summer of 2013. SHTC 2016 will provide a forum for presentations, panel sessions, posters, plenary and keynote speakers, as well as a venue for networking, exhibitions, and recognizing the accomplishments of our peers. The Washington D.C location will also enable greater participation by federal agencies, and we hope to have a good mix of people from academia, industry and the federal workplace. We hope you enjoy the event both professionally and socially.
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