ISFEH10 Oslo Norway
22. to 27. May 2022 at Radisson Scandinavia Hotel
The International Seminar on Fire and Explosion Hazards has become one of the important international events for fire and explosion engineering and science. The knowledge of technical aspects of fire and explosion hazards is the basis for safe design and operation of systems and structures and emergency response strategies in case of incidents or accidents. Understanding the physical effects that can cause harm is vital to reduce consequences and risk during incidents or accidents leading to fire and explosions. This knowledge is especially critical when new energy carriers are being introduced in to society. The ISFEH 10 conference is a place to share research on physical effects of hazards, prediction methods for consequences, applied safety analysis methods, mitigation methods, emergency response strategies, and many other topics.
ISFEH10 inherits well established traditions of past conferences in St. Petersburg, Russia (2019), Hefei, China (2016) , Providence, USA (2013), Leeds, UK (2010), Edinburgh, UK (2007), Londonderry, UK (2003), Lake Windermere, UK (2000), and Moscow, Russia (1995, 1997).
ISFEF10 – Final program
The final program is now out and can be downloaded: Program
The Sunday get-together will be at 18.00 in the Radisson Scandinavia Hotel Restaurant Holberg
We are pleased to announce the Invited speakers:
Monday: Bjørn F. Magnussen From Mathematical modeling of combustion physics to Analysis of fire and explosion hazards In The oil and gas industry
Tuesday: Yannick Ormieres Nuclear Fire Safety: IRSN Fire risk analysis method and R&D
Wednesday: Grunde Jomaas Fire safety of PV panels on buildings
Thursday: Svein O. Christensen The use of numerical calculations in forensic investigation of the 22nd July bombing in Oslo
Looking forward to see you all there.
The registration for ISFEH10 is now open. The following link will take you to the registration page:
The conference dinner and boat trip on the Oslo fjord will take place on Thursday 26. May.
There are two options for an activity on Wednesday 25. May:
- Tour of Hynor research facility, run by IFE (Hynor). This is for a maximum of 30 people.
- Guided tour in Vigelandsparken.
The conference will be held at Radisson Scandinavia Hotel (Radisson Scandinavia) where you can book room.
If you fly to Oslo Airport Gardermoen, it is only a short train ride to Oslo. The closest train station is Nationalteateret (Nationalteateret to Radisson Scandinavia)
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There are no COVID-restriction in Norway
Announcement of invited speakers will come shortly
The Program will be announced soon