IFRF – the International Flame Research Foundation – will hold its landmark 70th anniversary conference on 30th-31st May 2018. It will take place at the historic Sheffield Town Hall, close to the headquarters of IFRF, in a world-renowned centre for steelmaking and high-temperature industries reliant on combustion and related processes.
The theme – ‘Clean, efficient and safe industrial combustion’ – echoes the objectives of IFRF and has relevance across a wide range of industrial sectors and research areas including NOx research, fired heaters, solid fuels, industrial burners, flares, gaseous fuels, safety of fired equipment, oxy-combustion, power generation, chemicals & petrochemicals, glass manufacturing, thermal process industries, iron & steel making and cement & lime manufacturing and minerals processing. As such, the content of the conference will be of interest to delegates from industry and academia around the world.
This two-day event will offer a combination of Plenary Sessions (with invited keynote speakers, discussions and other activities), Parallel Technical Sessions related to major topics/sectors, a Poster Session and a Sponsors Exhibition throughout the event. A Gala Dinner will be held on the evening of 30th May to celebrate the Platinum Anniversary of IFRF at ‘Magna’ (a themed venue in an old steel mill). A full conference programme and speaker list will be announced in March.
Registration is available at bit.ly/IFRF2018EB. Discounts are available for IFRF members and students.
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IFRF 2018 is sponsored by ClearSign Combustion, Fives Group, Greens Combustion Limited, John Zink Hamworthy, Honeywell UOP Callidus, and Zeeco, and these organisations will form the main part of the exhibition.