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Combustion Institute (Scandinavian-Nordic Section)

The Combustion Institute is an International Learned Society whose purpose is to promote and disseminate research into Combustion Science and Engineering. Amongst other activities the Scandinavian-Nordic section organises meetings and workshops on various aspects of Combustion.

The benefits enjoyed by its members include:

Membership in the Scandinavian-Nordic Section is free.
Free on-line access to Combustion and Flame.
Reduced subscriptions to several Combustion Journals.
Reduced fees at Section-sponsored meetings.

For more information please visit the official website.

The Scandinavian-Nordic Section of the Combustion Institute -

European Combustion Meeting

ECM2013 will be the 6th European Combustion Meeting, with each of the successful preceding events held in the following locations:

  • ECM 2003 - Orleans, France,
    No link to a specific database, but papers are available through search engines.
  • ECM 2005 - Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium.
    Papers are no longer available.
  • ECM 2007 - Chania, Greece.
    Papers are no longer available.
  • ECM 2009 – Vienna, Austria.
    Papers are no longer available.
  • ECM 2011 – Cardiff, Great Britain.
    Papers are no longer available.