Photo of Mountain Harebells in Fern Meadow, Boulder, CO, by Marcia L. Huber

Conference Logistics

The conference will be held virtually on the Whova platform. A full agenda, including abstracts, can be browsed freely via the Conference Program. However, viewing presentations or accessing the discussion forums requires registration and logging into Whova. Registered participants will receive an email from the conference staff once their account on Whova is configured.

Recordings and Privacy

All presentations will be prerecorded and all of the sessions during the Symposium will be recorded through Zoom. The sole intent is to support asynchronous participation in all agenda events. Recordings will be accessible only through the Whova platform and only to registered Symposium attendees. The conference will not make recordings available to the general public at any point and will remove the recordings from Whova at midnight MDT on July 11. Please contact the Organizers at info@thermosymposium.org with any questions or concerns.

About The Conference

Boulder's famous 'Flatirons' rock formation
Boulder's famous backdrop, the 'Flatirons' rock formations

This is the Symposium of the well-established series of conferences on thermophysical properties. The Symposium is concerned with theoretical, experimental, simulation, and applied aspects of the thermophysical properties of gases, liquids, and solids, including biological systems. Appropriate topics are:

Plenary and Keynote Speakers:

Technical Areas at the Symposium:

Click on a Session Title below to open a description of the session:

A panorama of the campus, with the mountains in the background
The CU campus, with the snow-capped Rockies.
(Photo by Glenn Asakawa/University of Colorado)

Please send your comments and suggestions to the Symposium organizers through the Symposium email address:

All technical sessions will be held at the University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, U.S.A. The Symposium is organized by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, and the Joint ASME-AIChE Committee on Thermophysical Properties.


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