The International Sooting Flame (ISF) Workshop is an ongoing, biennial forum. It will be held as a virtual event from 18 - 20 January 2021, timed to occur before the 38th Combustion Symposium, 24 - 27 January 2021, both to be based in Adelaide, South Australia.

Organised by researchers, for researchers, to develop improved predictive capability of soot in flames of practical relevance through international collaboration between experimentalists and modellers. It is an open forum held immediately prior to each meeting of the International Symposium on Combustion.

This is a virtual event, which you must register to attend. A program is now available to download.

More details are available here and have been sent to the ISF mailing list. If you wish to join the mailing list please register your details.

ISF-5 Poster/Video presentations

Attendees of ISF-5 are invited to create a poster presentation to share at the virtual meeting.

Please provide a short presentation in the format of a 3 slide PowerPoint MP4 recording of 2-5 minutes duration that is no more than 20MB in size.

Please also provide a Zoom link on your presentation to allow for a question and answer session, after your video has been played at the workshop.

A link to a University of Adelaide Box folder will be sent to all, who register to present a poster/video at ISF-5.

By uploading a short video to the Box folder, you agree to share the content of your work on the ISF web page.

Please consider the content, ensuring that you do not share details of your work that are commercial-in-confidence, and that you acknowledge the source of any material that you share that is subject to copyright.

All content must be uploaded to the Box folder by Monday January 11, 2021.