11th International Symposium on Special Topics
in Chemical Propulsion & Energetic Materials

A draft of the full program is now available.

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The International Symposium on Special Topics in Chemical Propulsion & Energetic Materials (ISICP) is a very renowned scientific conference series with a focus on research and technology development in the complete range of propellants and energetic materials. The 11th symposium (11-ISICP) in this row will take place in September 9-13, 2018 at the Le Meridien Hotel at Stuttgart, Germany. Stuttgart as the capitol city of the federal state Baden-Württemberg in southwest Germany is an important European business and industrial location. It’s also an important town of science, history and culture. Well known vacation areas and world culture heritage sites are not too far away.

On behalf of the Organizing Committee, we are delighted to invite you to the 11th ISICP. Scientists, researchers, engine designers, engineers, manufacturers, and decision makers from all over the world, interested in the synthesis, ignition, combustion, deflagration and detonation of energetic materials with applications for chemical propulsion, blasting operations, power generation, etc. are invited to participate in this international event. The 11-ISICP will include several invited plenary talks and both oral and poster presentations, covering 17 technical areas.
This International Symposium will serve as a platform for

  • the communication and networking between the participants regarding state-of-the-art approaches
    in the field of energetic materials, like propellants, explosives, fuel and/or oxidizer ingredients, etc.

  • the discussion of new and improved safety techniques in the combustion and handling of
    energetic materials also with regard to environmental aspects and statutory demands and provisions.

  • the discussion and recommendation of future directions for research in combustion, propulsion
    and chemical reaction systems.

We are looking forward to meeting you at the 11-ISICP. 
Attention: It is no longer possible to submit an abstract. Notifications will be sent to submitting authors via email.

Kind regards

Helmut K. Ciezki
Symposium Co- Chair
German Aerospace Center DLR
Institute of Space Propulsion
Lampoldshausen, Hardthausen, Germany  

Prof. Keiichi Hori
Symposium Co-Chair
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)
Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS)
JAXA Sagamihara Campus, Kanagawa, Japan


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