Welcome to the 26th International Symposium on Transport Phenomena
ISTP 26 | Austria/Leoben
27.09.2015 - 01.10.2015

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Important dates:

01.02.2015Registration start
01.06.2015 Deadline for Abstract Submission
01.07.2015Deadline for Date of Acceptance
31.07.2015Early Registration Deadline
20.08.2015Deadline for camera ready Manuscript Submission
01.09.2015Deadline for Registration
27.09. - 01.10.2015:ISTP 26

Welcome to the 26th International Symposium on Transport Phenomena

Welcome to the 26th International Symposium on Transport Phenomena (ISTP-26). The international conference provides a forum for researchers, scientists and engineers from all over the world to exchange information, to present new information and to engage in discussion on the future directions and priorities in the areas of transport phenomena. The renewal and making of friendship for participants are the further objectives of the ISTP-26 for the future world.
Transport phenomena include the flow of fluid, heat and mass transfer, multiphase flow, micro and nano problems, thermal management of electric and electronic systems, energy conversion and saving technologies both on the ground and in space.


Honolulu 1985, Tokyo 1987, Taipei 1988, Sydney 1991, Beijing 1992, Seoul 1993, Acapulko 1994, San Francisco 1995, Singapore 1996, Kyoto 1997, Taipei 1998, Istanbul 2000, Victoria 2002, Bali 2003, Bankok 2004, Prague 2005, Toyama 2006, Daejeon 2007, Iceland 2008, Victoria 2009, Kaohsing 2010, Delft 2011, Auckland 2012, Tokyo 2013 and Krabi/Thailand 2014.


The dramatic development of mechanical engineering and transportation at the beginning of the 19th century in Austria meant that alpine mining and metallurgy needed to step up a gear. This was only going to be possible with academically trained experts and so the "Steiermärkisch - Ständische Montanlehranstalt" (Styrian Corporate School of Mining) opend on 4 November 1840. An imperial decree on 31 July 1904 changed the name to "University of Mining" and made it entirely equivalent to a technical university by allowing it to award doctoral degrees.
Based on the 1975 Austrian University Organisation Act, the University of Mining has been known as Montanuniversitaet Leoben since 1 October 1975. Having crossed the 1000-student threshold in 1981, student numbers for 2014/15 reached approx. 3,800 – the highest since the university was founded.

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Welcome to the 26th International Symposium on Transport Phenomena