The Combustion Institute is pleased to announce the submissions website is open for one-page abstracts regarding Work-in-Progress Posters (WiPPs) for the 37th International Symposium on Combustion. WiPP authors can submit their abstracts to the 13 colloquium categories defined in the call for papers, or they can submit to a new Education and Outreach colloquium. Submissions must be received by the deadline of 23:59 PST, 26 April 2018. WiPP authors will be notified of decisions concerning WiPPs by 4 May 2018. Download the WiPP Abstract Submission Instructions for assistance.

Authors of submitted papers for oral presentations will be notified of acceptance for presentation at the symposium during the week of 26 March 2018. Authors whose work is not chosen for presentation are encouraged to submit a WiPP abstract to showcase their research.

Academic posters summarize a body of research in a visually engaging way that provides a clear, logical presentation of work. Accepted posters will be determined on the basis of submitted abstracts. In the coming weeks, poster authors will be able to find more information about storage and presentation instructions on the symposium website.

Dedicated WiPP sessions will be centrally located on the ground floor of the Dublin Convention Centre, easily accessible during the morning and afternoon coffee breaks. Available throughout each day of the symposium, the location of WiPPs will enable maximum interaction between presenters and their audiences.

Poster sessions will be organized by the WiPP Co-Chairs:

Perrine Pepiot, Chair, Cornell University, United States
Matthew Cleary, University of Sydney, Australia
Alessio Frassoldati, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

The 37th International Symposium on Combustion will convene in Dublin, Ireland from Sunday, 29 July through Friday, 3 August 2018. The biennial symposium provides a scientific venue for sharing ideas and experiences on the development and applications of combustion science. As an internationally recognized city, Dublin offers our combustion community world-class opportunities to interact with scientists and companies in an exciting and dynamic environment.

Questions regarding the symposium may be directed to: