The Scandinavian-Nordic Section of the Combustion Institute - CINS

Welcome to the web site of The Scandinavian-Nordic Section of the Combustion Institute (CINS). The Scandinavian-Nordic Section was formed in fall 1999, and is a joint section for all the Scandinavian-Nordic countries. The Section organises yearly meetings on various aspects of Combustion, hosted by one of the Scandinavian-Nordic member institutions. The Section is engaged in both the European and the International activities of The Combustion Institute.

 

The Scandinavian-Nordic Section of the Combustion Institute

The Combustion Institute is an educational non-profit, international, scientific society whose purpose is to promote and disseminate research in combustion science. The purpose of the Institute is carried out by its members.

The members of the Institute take an active role in planning the events held by the Combustion Institute and arranging for publishing its volumes and journal.

Women in Combustion (WiC) is a subsection of the Combustion Institute and is made up of industry professionals, students, professors and government workers whose goal is to promote and advance women in the field of combustion. The WiC homepage provides further information on how to join this network.

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CINS NEWS

First International Conference on Smart Energy Carriers

January 21-23, 2019 Naples , Italy

The main aim of the Conference will be to point out (Smart) Energy Carriers Chemistry and Technologies current state of knowledge and perspectives. Invited lectures as well as contributed presentations from Action participants will be arranged in a three days conference attempting to give the largest possible room to discussion and interaction among the participants. The Conference will also be the last General and Committee Members meeting of the SMARCATs COST Action. 

More infromation can be found here.

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.