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Combustion Society of Japan

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Announcement of the 59th Symposium (Japanese) on Combustion (Jan. 25, 2021)
The 59th Symposium (Japanese) on Combustion will be held at HOTEL Grand Vert GIZAN, Gifu from Nov. 22 to 24, 2021. (Please note that the symposium may be held online.)
The web site of the 59th Symposium is now open!
http://www.combustionsociety.jp/sympo59/index_en.html

Editors' Choice of Science(2020/11/17)
The original paper, "Investigating Coupled Effect of Radiative Heat Flux and Firebrand Showers on Ignition of Fuel Beds" in Fire Technology 10.1007/s10694-020-01018-5 (2020) by Dr. Sayaka Suzuki (NRIFD, CSJ member) and Dr. Samuel L. Manzello (NISTCCSJ member), has been selected as Editors' Choice of Science (13 Nov 2020: Vol. 370, Issue 6518, pp. 806).
https://doi.org/10.1007/s10694-020-01018-5
https://science.sciencemag.org/content/370/6518/twil

Announcement of new Combustion Institute Board members (July 10, 2020)
The Combustion Institute (CI) Board of Directors Election ran from 1-30 June and Prof. Kaoru Maruta (Vice President of CSJ) was elected as one of new directors. We also announce that Prof. Osamu Fujita (Former President of CSJ) has been elected as the Vice President for Sectional Affairs of CI. We are thankful to CSJ members for their support.

Announcement of Combustion Webinar(2020/6/15)
During this unforeseen and difficult time owing to COVID-19, many of us miss the opportunity to interact with each other technically. Led and proposed by Prof. Yiguang Ju (Princeton University), the weekly combustion webinar is organized to share our research and create an opportunity to learn from each other.
For more details, please click https://sun.ae.gatech.edu/combustion-webinar/

38th Symposium Postponed Due to Coronavirus (COVID 19) Outbreak (Apr. 1, 2020)
The Combustion Institute Board of Directors has approved the recommendation to postpone the 38th Symposium on Combustion to the week of 24th - 29th January 2021.
For more details, please click here.

Event to mark Professor Brayfs 90th Birthday(2020/2/25)
Professor Ken Bray has made seminal contributions to the field of turbulent combustion, which are very well known. He is entering into his 9th decade and UK combustion research community is happy to note this occasion. So, a one-day meeting followed by drinks and dinner is organized to mark and celebrate Kenfs 90th birthday. This event will take place in Selwyn College, Cambridge, UK - Ken's Alma Mater.

Date: 3rd April 2020, Selwyn College, Cambridge UK
For more details, please click here.

Online Journal J-STAGE (May 11, 2017)
Now, the original papers and society activity notes are available at J-STAGE web site since Vo. 58, No. 186.

J-STAGE
https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/browse/jcombsj

CSJ office has moved. (Apr. 3, 2017)
The office of Combustion Society of Japan moved.
Address: CSJ Office, Dogura-Jimusho
1-8 Koyamanishihanaikecho, Kyoto Kita-ku, Kyoto 603-8148, Japan
Phone: +81-75-451-4844
FAX: +81-75-441-0436
E-mail: office@combustionsociety.jp

Women in Combustion, Japan started! (July 12, 2016)
The web site of Women in Combustion, Japan is now open! Please click here!
Journal page is now open (since Mar. 31, 2009). PDF files of the original papers in Vols. 127-latest are available.

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