Those who wish to make a presentation in ITC Fukuoka 2023 are required to submit an abstract (450 words) from here by December 31, 2022. Abstracts must be in text only; no figures or tables may be submitted. The program committee reviews all abstracts submitted for presentation. Notification of acceptance will be dispatched by e-mail within two weeks after abstract submission. The abstract submitted will be included in the conference abstract book. Note that we do NOT require submission of extended abstract.
Submission deadline (Extended)
31st December, 2022 31st January, 2023
28th February, 2023
Submitted information can not be changed after 1st March.
If you wish to make any changes, please contact the secretariat
Notification of acceptance
Within 2 weeks after abstract submission deadline
＊Note that it may be delayed if the submission deadline is extended.
Create an account to submit an abstract. The confirmation email of abstract submission will be automatically sent to the submitter upon completion of submission. If you need any help with abstract submission please contact the secretariat by email.
This conference will consist of technical sessions and symposia. The topics and keywords of the technical sessions are as follows. In some symposia, as well as technical sessions, anyone can apply for presentation. In the technical sessions, you can select either oral or poster presentation style. Please note that you may be assigned to a topic other than the one you have chosen due to program.
(oral and poster presentation)
［Principles of Tribology］
［Advanced Tribology Material］
［Tribology for a Sustainable Society］
(oral presentation only)
* In the following symposia, as well as technical sessions, anyone can apply for presentation.
The details can be referred to Other Symposia.
1. Instabilities in Tribology: Phenomena, Analyses, and Countermeasures
2. Mesoscopic Tribology Bridging the Gap between Nano- and Macro-scale
3. Latest Technology Trends for Lubricating Greases
4. Advances in Sealing Technology Contributing to Environment
5. The 4th Czech-Japan Tribology Workshop