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The 12th International Symposium on Fire Safety Science was a success. The Division of Fire Safety Engineering hosted the Symposium on June 10 to June 16. The Symposium attracted a record number of participants (> 470) from...[more]


The Harry C. Bigglestone award is given annually to the paper appearing in Fire Technology that best represents excellence in the communication of fire protection concepts. This year it was awarded to Enrico Ronchi, Erica D....[more]


The IMFSE program that the Division runs together with Ghent University and The University of Edinburgh is labeled as a 'success story' and a 'good practice example' on the Erasmus+ Project Results platform. The Erasmus+ writes...[more]


Dr Ronchi has been selected for the Jack Watts Award for Outstanding Reviewer of Fire Technology. The award is  presented annually to those whose reviews were most valuable in terms of the quality, in-depth, number and...[more]


Den 30 och 31 maj presenteras examensarbeten på avdelningen Brandteknik, LTH. Presentationerna är öppna för alla och ingen föranmälan krävs. Schema för presentationerna återfinns i bilden till höger.  Examensarbeten...[more]


Paolo Intini is currently visiting researcher at the division of Fire Safety Engineering, where he will spend three months working in the area of traffic evacuation modelling. Paolo recently obtained his PhD on the topic “Route...[more]


On 26 April 2017, Daniel Nilsson received the Teacher of the Year Award at the Fire Protection Engineering Program, Lund University. The price is given out by the student association BIIF at their April meeting. Daniel har...[more]


Dr Enrico Ronchi and Dr Daniel Nilsson have published an article concerning evacuation in metros discussing the recent St Petersburg attacks in the newspaper The Conversation. This is a newspaper which allows...[more]


ISO TC92, Fire Safety, had its 31st plenary meeting in Tsukuba Japan on March 31st. The same week all four SCs under TC92 as well as the working groups met in the Tsukuba Center for Institutes and made very good progress. On...[more]


Berit Andersson, senior lecturer, and director of undergraduate studies, at the Division of Fire Safety Engineering, retires on March 31. Berit was employed at Lund University in 1978, at the Department of Structural...[more]


Dr Enrico Ronchi has started his visiting researcher stay at the SanoLab of Professor Tomonori Sano at Waseda University in Tokyo (Japan). He will spend three weeks in Japan collaborating to the SanoLab activities...[more]


Dr. Enrico Ronchi is currently guest editor in a special issue in Fire Technology on Fire Evacuation Modelling. Authors are encouraged to submit high-quality, original work on the topic by August 31st, 2017. More...[more]


The Fire Laboratory at the Division of Fire Safety Engineering at Lund University has a long history in fire science and it is of course connected to the education of fire protection engineers. We recently went through a...[more]


Registration is now open for the 12th International Symposium on Fire Safety Science that is hosted by the division of Fire Safety Engineering. The Symposium is the premier fire safety science meeting in the world, and the...[more]


It is now possible to submit poster abstracts for presentation at the IAFSS Symposium. The deadline for submitting poster abstracts is March 31 and notification on acceptance will be given April 15. The Symposium is the premier...[more]


The Division of Fire Safety Engineering hosts the 12th International Symposium on Fire Safety Science in June 2017. The Symposium is the premier fire safety science meeting in the world. The program will include parallel...[more]


Den 26 januari kommer examensarbeten för brandingenjörer och civilingenjörer i riskhantering att hållas i v-huset. Se här för lista på arbeten och tider under. Välkomna![more]


On December 12th and 13th, the Kick-off meeting of the K-FORCE (Knowledge for resilient society) project took place at University of Novi Sad, Serbia. This is a 3-year EU-funded Erasmus+ project on capacity building in...[more]


During spring 2017 the Division of Fire Safety Engineering, Lund University, will organise a course in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) for room fires. The course is given primarily as a distance learning course in combination...[more]


A total of four papers at Fire and Materials 2017 will be presented by people associated with the Division of Fire Safety Engineering at Lund University. Fire and Materials is a major international forum on fire performance...[more]

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