Deadline Friday 19 March 2021 Friday 16 April 2021

Abstract submission is now closed.  Notification of Abstract Acceptance will be made on Friday 28 May 2021.

Full Paper Submission

Deadline Friday 10 September 2021

The full paper template will be available for download at a later date. The link to the EasyChair paper submission is available here. Papers will be accepted on the basis of their quality and originality. The proceedings of AOSFST 2018 can be found here.

All papers accepted will be included in the AOSFST 2021 conference proceedings. Each paper will have a unique DoI and will be indexed, making it easier for papers in the conference proceedings to find and cite.

Also, selected papers will be invited to submit an extended version to be published in a special issue of Fire Safety Journal.

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Conference Awards

“Best Student Paper” and “Best Student Presentation” awards

The International Association of Fire Safety Science (IAFSS) is sponsoring awards to students in the categories for Best Paper and Best Presentation at AOSFST 2021. For the Best Paper award, the selection process will be chaired by the Chair of Scientific Committee. For the Best Presentation award, the awardees will be decided based on audience voting during the conference. Awardees in each category will receive an award certificate and cash prizes for Winner (AU$1,000) and Runner-up (AU$500).

Conference Themes

The focus of the Asia-Oceania Symposium on Fire Science and Technology is on the research and developments in fire safety science and engineering. The themes below may include cover what the organising committee considers relevant to the conference attendees; any other topics related to the art, science and practice of fire safety engineering are welcome.

  • Material fire behaviour or fire chemistry
  • Fire dynamics
  • Fire detection or suppression
  • Structures in fire
  • Evacuation and human behaviour
  • Fire risk assessment and probabilistic analysis
  • Tunnel fires
  • Wildland and Wildland-Urban-Interface fires
  • Explosion hazards
  • Applications in fire safety engineering practice
  • Any other fire science or engineering topic