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Registration Information


Click on the link -- CI Meetings Page

Scroll down to find the ICDERS Meeting and click the Register Now button

Please Note: Registration and payment occurs in two steps for security reasons; after registering and picking your method of payment, you will later receive instructions on the details of payment.

Please pay attention to the early registration deadlines.

Advanced registration can save you money.  

Regular Attendee and Student registration includes:

  • Attendance at meeting
  • All breaks
  • Welcome reception
  • Wednesday excursion
  • Conference dinner
  • Farewell reception

Accompanying visitors registration includes:

  • Welcome reception
  • Wednesday excursion
  • Farewell reception

Registration for the 2011 ICDERS meeting is being handled by The Combustion Institute.

We appreciate very much their support.  Please use the link below to register.

ICDERS_Registration_Form -- find the ICDERS meeting and click on the Register Now button and scroll to the top of the page to fill in the form.

If you have any difficulties, please contact the ICDERS organizers at

Visas and Letter of Invitation

Information on the visa waiver program can be found at --

If you require a letter of invitation for your visa application, please email a request for such a letter to with the subject line -- Invitation Letter Request.  Include in the email your contact details.  Please note: the local organizers are not authorized to assist with the VISA process beyond providing invitation letters. All questions/concerns regarding the status of your VISA should be directed to your local consulate.

At least one of the following criteria must be met in order to honor the request for a letter of invitation. The requesting party must either:

  • Be an author of an accepted abstract and/or paper.
  • Have paid the advanced registration fee for this conference.
  • Have a record of attendance at ICDERS or related meetings and a need to begin the visa process before the above conditions can be met.