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The ASME 2020 18th International Conference for International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels and Minichannels (ICNMM2020) will be held on July 12 – 15, 2020 in Rosen Shingle Creek, Orlando, FL USA. This year the conference is collocated with the ASME’s Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting (FEDSM) and the Summer Heat Transfer Conference (SHT). The conference is intended to provide a platform for researchers to exchange information and identify research needs in this emerging area encompassing many engineering, basic sciences, and bio-medical disciplines. Both fundamental aspects including transport studies at the nano, micro, and mini scales as well as practical applications including thermal management, energy conversion, lab on a chip, fuel cells, micro-heat exchangers, and biomedical devices will be covered. We’ve implemented “Lightning Talks” for Poster Presenters, and we will have many jointly shared tracks and sessions with the Heat Transfer Division and Fluids Engineering Division.

The ICNMM Program has always been filled with rich content, innovative research, and fantastic presentations and speakers.

Tracks for ICNMM 2020

Track 1: Single-Phase Flows
Track 2: Two-Phase Flows
Track 3: Pool Boiling
Track 4: Condensation and Freezing
Track 5: Evaporation, Thin Film, and Surface Tension Driven Flows
Track 6: Interfacial Phenomena on Micro and Nano-engineered Surfaces
Track 7: Conjugate Micro and Nanoscale Heat Transfer
Track 8: Electrokinetic and Dielectrophoretic Phenomena
Track 9: Transport in Biological Systems
Track 10: Transport in Membranes and Nanofluids
Track 11: Transport in Energy Systems
Track 12: Chemical Engineering in Microfluidics
Track 13: Biomedical Engineering in Microfluidics
Track 14: Symposium Honouring Satish Kandlikar
Track 15: Poster Session

The poster session allows attendees to learn about other presenters’ work, engage in scientific discussions, and give and receive feedback on ongoing research projects – without the spatial and temporal constraint of the parallel oral sessions. Presenters have the option to present a poster only, or present a poster in addition to their oral presentation in a different track. To gain visibility and to advertise their poster, all presenters will be given the opportunity to introduce their poster in a 1-2 minute oral “flash-presentation” directly following the Tuesday plenary session. The best student poster will be honored at the conference’s banquet.