2nd Thermal and Fluids Engineering Conference (TFEC)
"Engineering Challenges for the Betterment of Society"
and
4th International Workshop on Heat Transfer (IWHT)
"Advances for Energy Conservation and Pollution Control"
April 2-5, 2017, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Introduction to Finite Element, Boundary Element, and Meshless Methods
American Society of Thermal and Fluids Engineers

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Exhibitors

The American Society of Thermal and Fluids Engineers (ASTFE) will hold the 2nd Thermal and Fluids Engineering Conference (TFEC) April 2-5, 2017 at the Rio Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. The conference, http://www.astfe.org/tfec2017/, will also be co-located with the 4th International Workshop on Heat Transfer (IWHT). Over 750 abstracts have been accepted, and we are expecting over 500 attendees from close to 50 countries.

This conference provides an opportunity to network with a broad array of potential customers, create brand awareness and build brand loyalty among a targeted audience of engineering researchers and educators and other professionals who work in thermal and fluids related areas from academia, government and industry. This focused conference provides a unique opportunity to bring to the attention of R&D professionals and leaders and educators the related products, like engineering software, laboratory equipment, sensors, instrumentation and data acquisition systems, engineering publications, etc.

We have limited exhibit space and would like to invite you to attend our exhibition. The cost for standard booth with a table and a banner is $1,200, and there are also opportunities for sponsoring different events at the conference for added public recognition. Further details for exhibiting or sponsoring can be found here.

Should you have questions, please feel free to contact Ahmad Fakheri, Technical Program Chair, (ahmad) or Anna Berlinova (info).
Thank you for your consideration.

Exhibitor’s Contract (0.2MB)
Dantec Dynamics Flownex Simulation Environment Begell House International Centre for Heat and Mass Transfer