Dear CI/CS Community,

With great regret, the organizers of CI/CS 2020 have decided to cancel the meeting due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Bruno Savard (University of Ottawa)
Matei Radulescu (University of Ottawa)
Patrizio Vena (National Research Council)
Zekai Hong (National Research Council)
Brian Crosland (Natural Resources Canada)

Call For Papers

Technical papers are solicited on all aspects of combustion, particularly those related to the following topics:

  • IC and gas-turbine engine combustion
  • Diagnostics
  • Laminar flames
  • Turbulent flames
  • Pollutant formation
  • New technology concepts
  • Fire research
  • Heterogeneous and spray combustion
  • Detonations, explosions, and supersonic combustion

Papers are welcome that span from fundamental combustion phenomena to practical applications of combustion technology, with papers from industrial organizations strongly encouraged. CICS is always a great forum for students to present their work. Note that presentation of a paper at this meeting does not constitute an archival publication so that authors are free to publish their work in an appropriate forum.

Guidelines To Submit a Paper

    • Authors should submit a one-page abstract of your paper in PDF format (the abstract’s length may vary from 400 words up to the full page).
    • When submitting your abstract, please specify the author’s contact information (name, address, phone, fax, and e-mail address).
    • Acceptance of the abstract is based on review by the Program Committee.
    • Once accepted, you will be invited to submit a final paper (4 to 6 pages).
    • The presentation at the meeting must be made by one of the authors.
    • Abstract Templates are available Latex and MS Word formats; please adhere to the template provided.
    • Paper Templates are available in Latex and MS Word formats; please adhere to the template provided.