The International Temperature Symposia have been held about every decade or so since 1919 to provide a forum for the major technical advances over the previous decade in Temperature Measurement. The planning for the next Symposium in this series is currently underway. The Tenth International Temperature Symposium (ITS10) will be held in April of 2023 in Anaheim California featuring a technical program covering topics in all areas related to Temperature Measurement. These technical areas encompass the full range of the science and engineering of temperature, including but not limited to: new measurement technologies; new and established temperature measurement applications; calibration methods; thermophysical modeling; sensor design and installation; thermometric fixed points; radiation thermometry; temperature scales; basic and applied thermal metrology. The ITS10 will also include humidity measurement as a new topic for the first time. The Measurement Science Conference (MSC) will host and Sponsor the ITS10 and NIST will act as a co-sponsor. The Conference proceedings will be published by the American Institute of Physics.
The 9th International Temperature Symposium (ITS9) took place March 19-23, 2012 in Los Angeles, CA. Those proceedings were published by the American Institute of Physics in 2013 as “Temperature, Its Measurement and Control in Science and Industry”, Volume 8.
The 8th International Temperature Symposium (ITS8) took place in October of, 2002 in Chicago, IL. Those proceedings were published by the American Institute of Physics in 2003 as “Temperature, Its Measurement and Control in Science and Industry”, Volume 7.