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Submission guidelines

General guidelines

  • The conference only consists in poster presentations in addition to the 5 invited lectures: each half-day is composed of a plenary presentation and a poster session organised in 9 thematic rooms.
  • Acceptance to present a poster is based on the abstract submission only. To be authorized to present your poster, you need to:
    • Submit a full paper before the deadline. A proceeding with all these papers will be available to participants at the conference.
    • Have a valid and paid registration.
  • Neither abstracts nor full papers will be published after the conference. The main objective of this conference is to promote scientific discussion among researchers on the basis of posters. Full papers will help the discussion.

Poster guidelines

  • Each poster is allocated a session and a room.
  • The presenter will therefore have the following obligations:
    • Display his poster in his room before the beginning of the session
    • To be present during the session in front of the poster
    • Remove the poster at the end of the session and recover it.
  • Poster format is "A0 vertical"
  • There is NO mandatory template, you can use your own.
  • No printing service will be provided for the conference. You must come with your printed poster.
  • ECM2023 logos, insert and PowerPoint template (not mandatory) are available here.



The ECM2023 topics are the ones of the 39th International Symposium on Combustion:

  • Low-Emission Combustion Technologies including low-carbon and hydrogen-based fuels, MILD combustion, oxy-fuel combustion, chemical looping, NOx and SOx reduction, and CO2 capture strategies.
  • Gas-Phase Reaction Kinetics including the kinetics of hydrocarbons and oxygenated fuels, formation of gaseous pollutants, elementary reactions, and mechanism generation and reduction.
  • Diagnostics including the development and application of diagnostic techniques and sensors for the understanding and control of combustion and reacting flow phenomena.
  • Laminar Flames including experiments, theory, and modeling applied to ignition, structure, propagation, extinction, stabilization, dynamics, and instabilities.
  • Turbulent Flames including experiments, theory, and modeling applied to ignition, structure, propagation, extinction, stabilization, dynamics, and instabilities.
  • Spray, Droplet, and Supercritical Combustion including atomization, combustion of droplets, sprays, and supercritical fluids.
  • Detonation, Explosion, and Supersonic Combustion including flame acceleration, DDT, rotating- and pulse-detonation engines, constant volume combustion engines, and scramjet-engines.
  • Solid Fuel Combustion including fundamental aspects related to pyrolysis, oxidation, gasification, and ash formation from coal, biomass, and wastes, as well as combustion of propellants and metals.
  • Fire Research including fundamental aspects of ignition, burning, spread and suppression of fire, as well as applications to building fire and urban/wildland fire safety.
  • Propulsion including device-specific aspects of fuels, emissions, injection, stability, and combustion dynamics (e.g. ignition, quenching, thermoacoustics) in reciprocating internal combustion engines, gas turbines (for propulsion and power generation), and rocket engines.
  • Soot, Nanomaterials, and Large Molecules including the formation, growth, and destruction of soot, PAHs, carbon nanostructures, and other nanoscale materials.
  • Numerical Combustion including discretization and meshing techniques, high-order methods, high performance computing, machine learning, uncertainty quantification, experimental design, and generation of numerical data.
  • Multi-Physics Phenomena including assisted combustion (plasmas, electric and magnetic fields), catalysis, coupled heat transfer, micro-channel reactors, fuel cells, fuel synthesis and transformation, and electrolysis.
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