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In Memoriam: Maureen D. Cato

Maureen D. Cato, a dedicated employee of The Combustion Institute for 16 years from 1996 to 2012,...

International Symposium

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The International Symposium on Combustion is the major biennial meeting of The Combustion Institute. Read more

Award Call for Nominations

The Terms and Conditions for nominations have been released for the second annual Hiroshi Tsuji Early Career Researcher Award. The Combustion Institute and Elsevier will bestow the award and prize of US $10,000 upon an early career researcher who has advanced a specific field of research within four to ten years of completing a doctoral degree or equivalent. Read More

Congratulations Award Winners

The Combustion Institute congratulates the medalists and award winners, recognized during the 36th International Symposium on Combustion. Winners were selected for their significant contributions in the field of combustion. CI also congratulates the award committees, who had the honor and the responsibility to seek nominations and select winners among our international community of combustion scientists and practitioners. Read more

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Congrats to Steffen Terhaar, Kilian Oberleithner, and Christian Oliver Paschereit: 2016 Silver Combustion Medal! https://t.co/GT0C2Rmwgd 
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Congrats to Prof. Henning Bockhorn, the 2016 recipient of the CI Jürgen Warnatz Gold Medal: https://t.co/jt5AKcunGq #combustion