6th European Combustion Meeting

The 6th European Combustion Meeting (ECM2013) which will take place at Lund University, Sweden, from 25th to 28th of June, 2013.

The European Combustion Meeting covers all aspects of combustion science and technology, including fundamental physical and chemical aspects of traditional and novel fuel sources, modelling, reaction kinetics, industrial systems, gas turbine and engine systems, fires, combustion diagnostics, laminar and turbulent flames, burner systems, environmental impact and their mitigation, oxyfuel combustion, boilers and fluidised bed combustors, etc.

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Seventeenth International Conference on Numerical Combustion

May 6-8, 2019 Aachen, Germany

Current advances in numerical combustion continue to have a great impact on combustion science. These advances allow to address engineering problems with increasing complexity in a wide range of applications such as propulsion and transportation, power generation, environment, waste disposal, safety (fires, explosions), or material synthesis. At the forthcoming Seventeenth International Conference on Numerical Combustion, ongoing research and current advances in the field of numerical combustion will be presented. These include the integration of theory, modeling and numerical implementation to perform high-fidelity simulations of fundamental combustion physics and technological applications. The goal of the conference is to be a premier venue for researchers and industry practitioners to share new ideas, research results, and development experiences in these fields.

More infromation can be found here.

International Workshop on “Clean Combustion: Principles and Applications”

September, 25-26, 2019 Darmstadt, Germany

Focusing on bridging the gap between combustion principles and applications, the workshop aims at bringing together leading and worldwide recognized researchers to give talks and present posters at the cutting edge of combustion science and technology, to foster research, exchange and collaboration. Selected contributions will be suggested for publication in a Special Issue of the Journal Flow, Turbulence and Combustion.

More infromation can be found here.