Carbon nanofluidics is the study and application of fluid transport inside nanoscale graphitic conduits, including carbon nanotubes (CNT), graphene nanopores/nanochannels and their corresponding membrane forms, i.e., carbon nanotube membranes, graphene nanopore membranes and graphene oxide-based membranes. This emerging research area is attracting great attention due to various unique transport phenomena such as ultrahigh flow rates and selectivity and potential applications in several technological areas including water purification/desalination, biological and chemical separations, energy storage/conversion, oil and natural gas extraction/separation, biosensing and lab-on-a-chip devices. Fluid flow through such nanoscale graphitic conduits is influenced by interfacial phenomena including effects of smooth potential-energy landscape, surface charge and adsorption, as well as by steric and structural effects that arise when the conduit size approaches the molecular length scale. Advances in this area require highly interdisciplinary theoretical and experimental efforts involving nanofabrication, materials synthesis, chemistry, and mass transport. This symposium will bring together researchers working on different experimental and theoretical aspects of carbon nanofluidics to promote exchange of ideas, methods, and develop a common understanding of the field.