MCM Eventi e Congressi
Welcome to ECM 2021
despite the imminent arrival of the vaccine, we believe that the measures to contain the pandemic, as for example the social distancing, will continue for several months.
For this reason, as we are now close to the date set for our Meeting, we are pleased to announce that the next edition of the European Combustion Meeting will be “VIRTUAL“.
We hope that you will not miss it and that instead, in this moment of difficulty, the virtual conference can still be an opportunity for our community for meeting and networking.
We will make our best to ensure the most complete virtual experience by giving maximum visibility to the posters and increasing time for presentation and discussion.
Registration fees have been adjusted for this new online version. Please take note of the reduced fee in the specific section of the website.
We really hope to meeting you all soon online.
Chair of ECM 2021
HISTORY OF ECM MEETINGS AND GENERAL FORMAT
ECM 2021 will follow the tradition established by previous ECM meetings:
The format of the meeting will consist of invited plenary lectures and of parallel poster sessions, intended to foster intellectual discussion and to enhance future collaborative research activities.
The main objective of ECM 2021 is to bring together 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 2021 will provide the opportunity for academic and industrial combustion experts to meet and discuss on all fundamental and applied aspects of combustion, as well as of neighboring fields, particularly those related to the following topics:
Fundamental physical and chemical aspects of combustion; Reaction kinetics; Laminar and turbulent flames; Solid fuels combustion, pyrolysis and gasification; Spray, droplet and supercritical combustion; Stationary combustion systems; Oxyfuel combustion; Combustion diagnostics; Formation and control of pollutants and greenhouse gases; Soot, nanoparticles, PAH and other large molecules; Internal combustion engines; Gas turbine combustion; Catalytic combustion; Detonations, explosions and supersonic combustion; Fire and safety research; MILD combustion; Biofuels, biochemicals and biorefinery; Fuel processing and upgrading; Smart energy carriers; Novel concepts, technologies and systems.