Call For Papers

Abstract Submission

Deadline 10th January 2020

Extended abstract submission is now closed.

Notification of Abstract Acceptance will be made on the 6th of March 2020.

Full Paper Submission

Deadline 16th October 2020 (UTC – 12)

The full paper template is available here. Full paper submission is via an update to your easychair abstract submission.

Full paper template

Selected papers will be invited to submit an extended version to be published in a special issue of Fire Technology.

 

The Journal of Structural Fire Engineering will also be inviting selected papers to be submitted in extended form after the conference has ended.

Awards

“Best paper” and “best student paper” awards

The Journal of Structural Fire Engineering is sponsoring the best paper and the best student paper awards at SiF2020. The selection process will be chaired by the Chair of Scientific Committee and will include a certificate, a cash prize, and a 3-month subscription to the journal.

“Best presentation” and “best student presentation” awards

The International Association of Fire Safety Science (IAFSS) is sponsoring the best presentation and the best presentation awards at SiF2020. The awardees will be decided based on audience voting and will include a certificate and a cash prize.

Conference Themes

For reference, proceedings for all prior versions of the International Conferences on Structures in Fire may be found here. The focus of the conference is on the research and developments in behaviour of structural fire engineering. The themes below may include work performed in modelling and/or experimental studies.

  • Applications of structural fire engineering
  • Concrete and masonry structures in fire
  • Steel structures in fire
  • Composite structures in fire
  • Timber structures in fire
  • Passive fire protection materials
  • Numerical modelling of structures in fire including full frame behaviour
  • Material behaviour and characterisation at high temperature
  • Novel structures and/or materials in fire
  • Non-standard fire scenarios in structural fire engineering
  • Other experimental research related to structures in fire
  • Probabilistic design methods in structural fire engineering

Any other topics related to the art, science and practice of structural fire engineering.