The fifth edition of this workshop will focus on the theme “Combustion and Atmospheric Pollution”. Previous editions have taken place since 2011 every two years, starting with Agadir and then Tangier (2014), Saïdia (2016) and Ouarzazate (2018). These workshops usually bring together 60 to 80 participants, half of them from North Africa and the other half from Europe. Their particularity is also to welcome a large number of students, which often brings the number of participants to more than hundred. Since 2018, COMPOLA has welcomed international researchers from China and the USA.
This year, the symposium COMPOLA@2020 will be organized on the initiative of the ICARE-CNRS laboratory in Orleans in collaboration with Mohammed V University (Rabat) with the participation and other Moroccan universities, as well as Orleans, Lille, and Lyon.
The symposium aims to bring together organizations and industrials who wish to discuss these issues of combustion, new energies and air pollution. The meeting of researchers and industrialists from different sectors of activity, as well as the confrontation of the methodologies used, is likely to foster collaboration and innovation. The workshop will also bring together specialists from different fields and young generation of researchers. The selection of presentations at the workshop will reflect a wide range of applications.