Participation

 

At the 17th International Conference on Numerical Combustion, contributed presentations are invited in all areas of numerical combustion, consistent with the conference topics. Furthermore, mini-symposia with a well-focused subject on numerical combustion are organized.

On this page, you find the speaker preparation guidelines as well as further information on important dates, contributed presentations, and mini-symposia.

Speaker Guidelines

 

Please follow the detailed instructions on the page dedicated to the speaker guidelines. A summary is found here.

Important Dates

 

Contributed Presentations

 

Contributed presentations (15 minutes talk followed by 5 minutes discussion) are invited in all areas of numerical combustion, consistent with the conference topics. A brief description of your talk must be submitted to an online abstract form available at www.easyacademia.org/nc19. It should include the following:

Please find further information on the submission process at the top section of this page. It is also recommended that individuals limit themselves to giving one talk (this rule does not apply to Invited Plenary speakers).

Mini-Symposia

 

We are delighted to announce that we have received numerous mini-symposia proposals and we are now accepting the abstracts for mini-symposia presentations.

Invited mini-symposium speakers must submit a brief description of their talk to an online abstract form available at www.easyacademia.org/nc19. Mini-symposium speakers should receive a submission code from the mini-symposium organizer. Please choose the submission track "NC19 - Mini Symposium Submissions" and follow the guidelines provided. In the third step of the submission process, you will need to enter the submission code. This links the submission automatically to the correct mini-symposium. Please find further information on the submission process at the bottom section of this page.

The brief description of the talk should include the following: A mini-symposium is intended as one or more two-hour sessions on a well-focused subject on numerical combustion. Each two-hour session consists of six 15 minutes presentations, with an additional 5 minutes for discussion after the presentation.

It is recommended that a mini-symposium organizer gives the first presentation. Mini-symposia in which most of the speakers or co-authors come from the same organization are discouraged.

Submission Steps

Account creation

  1. Create an account - Visit www.easyacademia.org and click on Get started to create an account.
    Note: EasyConferences.org and EasyAcademia.org do not currently share account information.
  2. Verify your email - An email will be sent to you after account creation, click the link inside to confirm. Check your spam folder if you have not received it within a few minutes.

Submission

  1. Log in - Visit www.easyacademia.org/nc19 and log in using the details provided during account creation.
  2. Start a submission - Click on Start a new submission on the top right to enter the submission process.
  3. Choose a submission track - Select one of the two available tracks, depending if you are submitting a contributed presentation or a (or to a) mini-symposium.
  4. Review Guidelines and continue entering information as needed. You may check the entered data at the summary step before finalizing your submission.
For assistance regarding submissions, you can contact support@easyconferences.org. For any other question, please contact nc19@itv.rwth-aachen.de.

Contact

Institute for Combustion Technology
RWTH Aachen University
Templergraben 64
52056 Aachen
Germany

nc19@itv.rwth-aachen.de

Seventeenth International Conference on Numerical Combustion - Aachen 2019