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The International Association for Transport Properties (IATP) is a non-profit grouping of scientists devoted to the advancement of the transport properties of materials. In particular, the association is engaged in the preparation of representations of the transport properties that are of value to engineering process design, and to the description of natural processes in the environment where international collaboration and agreement is of specially significant. These developments will be carried out in the context of the underlying science and with the intention of improving understa nding.

IATP was formerly known as the Subcommittee on Transport Properties (1981 - 2001) of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry.

The 11th Meeting of IATP will take place in Thessaloniki on Friday, September 2nd just after the ECTP conference in an hotel next to the sea, not very far from the city. Registered participants will be carried by bus after the ECTP, for two days next to the beach (ouaou....). A separate registration will be required (please visit "Conference Registration", an activated website account is required). 

Final program in .pdf format


Single room registration includes

  • Single room for 2 nights (September 1rst and 2nd)
  • All food for two days for one person
  • Greek Night (on Thursday), coffee breaks and facilities


Double room registration includes

  • Double room for 2 nights (September 1rst and 2nd, for two persons)
  • All food for two days for two persons
  • Greek Night (on Thursday), coffee breaks and facilities

If you would like to take part in the 11th I.A.T.P. Meeting and you are not a member of I.A.T.P contact
IATP Secretary: Prof. Marc J. Assael ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ).

Further information on IATP, as well as minutes of previous meetings, can be found at http://transp.cheng.auth.gr/.


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