What is IFRF?
IFRF is the International Flame Research Foundation and was founded in 1948. We are the research network for the combustion and energy community. We facilitate access to research expertise across the world and share the results with our community.
Our aim is to advance applied combustion research and promote collaboration throughout the international arena. To do this we have a membership network and access to key organisations from the combustion and energy sectors.
Find out more about IFRF’s history here [link to History page].
Which countries are represented by IFRF?
IFRF Membership is administered by seven National Committees for Flame Research and centrally via the Associate Member Group which coordinates services in those regions not covered by the National Committees. Together the combined committees provide services to 21 countries around the world.
To find out more about the countries represented visit our membership pages [link to National Committee home page].
Who can be a member?
Our members include representatives from:
- End-users, designers and suppliers of fired heating equipment
- Process and system engineers and consultants
- Energy suppliers
- R&D/technology developers
- Universities and research institutes
- Trade associations
- Energy policy makers
We offer organisational and individual memberships – to find out how you can become a member of IFRF click here [link to member benefits page].
I have a research paper I would like you to promote. What do I need to do?
Go to our Industrial Combustion Journal and submit your paper for review and publication [link to Journal page].
Is my organisation a member of IFRF?
Check out our membership map and see if your organisation is part of our community [link to membership map].
If you are then you can register for your log on here [link to member area sign up].
If not, then sign up to be an IFRF member here [link to member registration page].
I would like to commission a piece of research through IFRF, what should I do?
Go to the Services section of our website and see how we can help [link to Services page].
What’s the best way to keep up to date with IFRF’s activities?
You can keep updated with IFRF activities by following us on Twitter (@IFRFOffice), following us on LinkedIn [link to LinkedIn company page] or joining our LinkedIn Group [link to LinkedIn Group].