Following the tradition (ECM 2003 – Orleans, France, ECM 2005 – Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, ECM 2007 – Chania, Greece, ECM 2009 – Vienna, Austria, ECM 2011 – Cardiff, UK, ECM 2013 – Lund, Sweden, ECM 2015 – Budapest, Hungary, ECM 2017 – Dubrovnik, Croatia), this meeting will consist of invited lectures with parallel poster sessions intended to foster intellectual discussion and to enhance future collaborative research activities.
The main objective of ECM 2019 is to bring together the researchers, scientists, engineers and students to exchange and share their experiences, new ideas, and research results about all aspects of combustion science and technology. ECM 2019 provides the opportunity for academic and industrial combustion experts to submit contributions on all aspects of combustion, particularly those related to the following topics:
Fundamental physical and chemical aspects of traditional and novel fuel sources;
Reaction kinetics of combustion;
Laminar and turbulent flames;
Combustion emissions, pollutants, soot and particulates;
Droplet and spray combustion;
IC engine and gas turbine combustion;
Solid fuels combustion;
Stationary combustion systems and environmental impact;
Detonations, fires and explosions;
New concepts in combustion technology.
Dates and deadlines
Abstract Submission: November 15th, 2018
Abstract acceptance notification: January 15th, 2019
Full paper submission: March 15th, 2019