The Asia‐Paciﬁc Conference on Combustion (ASPACC) is an important biennial event in the calendar of the Combustion Institute. Now in its 11th conference, the ASPACC was initiated in 1996 with the aim of promoting and advancing combustion science and technology in the Asia‐ Paciﬁc region. A key objective of ASPACC is to promote global and regional scientiﬁc partnerships that will accelerate the advent of clean, eﬃcient and versatile combustion technologies. The ﬁrst ASPACC conference was held in Osaka, Japan in 1997, followed by Tainan, Taiwan (1999), Seoul, Korea (2001), Nanjing, China (2003), Adelaide, Australia (2005), Nagoya, Japan (2007), Taipei,
Taiwan (2009), Hyderabad, India (2010), Gyeongju, Korea (2013), and Beijing, China (2015).
The 11th ASPACC will be hosted by the Australia and New Zealand Section of the Combustion Institute (ANZCI) and is scheduled for December 10‐14, 2017. It will be held at the University of Sydney in conjunction with the 2017 Australian Combustion Symposium and the Eighth Australian Conference on Laser Diagnostics in Fluid Mechanics and Combustion. The technical program is already enriched with seven leading Keynote Speakers promising exciting presentations in broad areas of combustion.
For more information please see the flyer attaced or access the confence website at www.anz-combusitoninstitute.org.