The main objective of the Conference is to provide an improved up-to-date understanding of the fundamentals, principles and practices associated with the design and operation of industrial furnaces and boilers and, from a broader perspective, of industrial systems and processes generating, transforming or using thermal energy from combustion.

The Conference will be a means of disseminating information concerned with recent research and development activities in the field of furnace and boiler technology and related areas, such as process and combustion control, efficiency optimisation of high-temperature energy application, and reduction of pollutant emissions. It is intended that carbon-neutral fuels such as biomass, hydrogen or ammonia but also alternative fuels, like refuse derived fuels and production residues will feature in the Conference programme. The Conference will provide a forum for delegates involved in research, development, design and operation of furnace and boiler systems, and will also be of interest to those working in areas such as combustion science, fuel technology, energy management and air pollution control.

Each session of the Conference Programme will commence with at least one Keynote Presentation, which will be delivered by an invited internationally recognised authority in their respective fields. All papers will be refereed prior to the final acceptance. As in previous Conferences it is intended that these papers will cover a wide range of appropriate technical topics and will feature recent research and development as well as dealing with practical applications of current technologies. The allocation of papers to sessions will be undertaken by the Organizing Committee in cooperation with the panel of referees. Selected papers will additionally be published in specials issues of the journals Fuel and Thermal Sciences and Engineering Progress.

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