The 1st

Asia-Pacific Thermofluid  Science & Engineering Conference     

collocated with

The 6th

Micro & Nanoscale  Heat Transfer and Energy Workshop  

Photograph © Taipei City

1st APTSE & 6th MNHTE   - About
Welcome to the 1st Asia-Pacific Thermofluid Science & Engineering (APTSE) Conference, an international symposium for thermofluid scientific research and technologies organized by the Heat and Mass Transfer Society of Taiwan (HMTST). This conference is an expansion following the five consecutively successful Micro & Nanoscale Heat Transfer and Energy Workshop (MNHTE). We invite prestigious scholars and researchers in the Asia-Pacific region to present their latest outstanding research progresses. Multiple technical tracks include current trends in micro/nanoscale heat and mass transfer, magnetic fluid, renewable energy, electronics cooling, transport phenomena in advanced manufacturing, thermal issues in smart machinery, and thermofluid technologies for industrial applications. Our aims are collecting and exchanging information on the research advances and technology developments, as well as promoting interdisciplinary discussions and potential collaborations on the emerging fields of thermofluid. To encourage the research activities in the thermofluid science and engineering applications, a Student Poster Competition is organized with the APTSE 2019. We look forward to seeing you in Taipei.
September 12th, 2019 (extended)
Abstract for Student Poster Competition
September 16th, 2019
Notice of abstract acceptance
August 31st, 2019 (extended)
Last date for EARLYBIRD
  October 1st, 2019
Last date for ONLINE 
October 31st, 2019
November 1st, 2019
poster competition


  • Combustion

  • Computational fluid dynamics

  • Electronics cooling

  • Functional and complex fluids

  • Laser fabrication

  • Phase change heat transfer

  • Phonon transport

  • Power generation system

  • Renewable energy

  • Thermal radiation

  • Transport phenomena in manufacturing

  • Emerging topics of thermofluids

Organized by

Heat and Mass Transfer Society of Taiwan

101 Sec. 2 Kuang Fu Rd.,

Hsinchu 30013 Taiwan

Dept. of Power Mechanical Engineering

National Tsing Hua University