Abstracts and full papers must be submitted in English. Summaries should contain sufficient information about the problem, methodology and original new results.
There will be oral and poster presentations of contributed papers in each session.
All contributed papers will be evaluated and accepted for presentation based on maximum three-page extended abstracts.
Final decision concerning oral versus poster will be made according to author's selection and session topics.
The oral presentations will be chosen to highlight a specific subject within a session theme,
and not necessarily for their scientific quality. The number of oral presentations will therefore
be more limited in number to provide more time for posters.
The authors may also present their most recent work as a poster without having to write a paper. There will be special sessions for recent-work posters.
All papers, keynotes, oral and poster presentations (except the posters dedicated to most recent work with no paper) will be peer-reviewed for publication in the journal, "Microscale ThermoPhysical Engineering" shortly after the symposium.
The abstracts of all presentations, including keynotes and recent-work posters, will be included in a book of abstracts which will be available on site.
Abstracts should be prepared in accordance with the Instructions to Authors available in html, Word, or pdf formats.
The abstracts are to be sent to ICHMT Secretariat either as attachment to email or on-line submission through the Upload section, to arrive before November 17, 2001.
The manuscripts prepared according to the rules of the Journal "Microscale ThermoPhysical Engineering",
should be sent to ICHMT Secretariat either as attachment to
email or on-line submission through the Upload section, to
arrive before March 15, 2002.