Announcement of the Postponement of ISTH10

    We are sorry to inform you that the 10th International Symposium on Heat Transfer in Beijing, that was to be held July 7-10, 2020 in Beijing, has been postponed due to the worldwide coronavirus pandemic. ISHT10 will be rescheduled to next summer. Further notices concerning ISHT10 will be posted on the website ( If you have registered on the symposium website, your information including your abstract will be kept and will be available for the symposium next year. You will be able to make any desired changes to the registration and the abstract. We greatly appreciate your participation in the symposium and look forward to an excellent symposium next year. We hope that you all will remain healthy and look forward to seeing you next year!

    Best wishes,
    ISHT10 Organizing Committee




  Rapid advances in traditional and renewable energy and power systems, aviation and aerospace sciences, MEMS/NEMS, unconventional energy resources, environmentalrotection and biomedical engineering all require that the heat transfer community significantly improve heat and mass transfer rates and energy utilization to facilitate use of these advanced technologies in nearly all fields. The nine previous ISHTs, which were initiated by Prof. B.X. Wang in 1985, enhanced the international dissemination of recent advances in heat and mass transfer research. A large number of papers were presented describing significant advances in heat transfer research from around the world. The International Organizing Committee seeks to continue the valuable international exchange of new information and ideas in the heat transfer field for the 21st century by organizing the ISHT in Beijing every four years.


Papers are solicited on all aspects of heat mass transfer, including:

1.  Fundamental transport phenomena theory and applications

2.  Micro/Nano heat and mass transfer

3.  Nano-fluid heat and mass transfer phenomena

4.  Transport phenomena and process analyses in rotating machinery and rotating channels

5.  Two-phase and multi-phase flow and heat transfer

6.   Heat and mass transfer in porous or dispersed media

7.   Radiation heat transfer and combined heat transfer modes

8.   Heat transfer enhancement

9.   Protective cooling for high temperature components

10. Biological and cryogenic heat and mass transfer 

11. Solidification and melting

12. Mathematical analyses and numerical simulations of all modes of heat transfer

13. Experimental measurement techniques for heat and mass transfer processes

14. Transport phenomena and analyses of heat and mass transfer under the influence of electrical
             and magnetic fields and chemical reactions

15. Heat transfer at super-critical pressures

16. Industrial heat transfer and heat exchangers

17. Heat and mass transfer for environmental protection and renewable and unconventional energy                    resources

18. Heat and mass transfer in nuclear reactors

Symposium Chair

Professor Pei-Xue Jiang

Institute of Engineering Thermophysics

Department of Energy and Power Engineering Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China