The U.S. National Combustion Meeting has been organized biennially since 1999 by the joint US Sections of The Combustion Institute (the Western States Section or WSSCI, the Eastern States Section or ESSCI, and the Central States Section or CSSCI). The 12th U.S. National Combustion Meeting will be held virtually, with Texas A&M and the CSSCI serving as hosts. We expect more than 600 students, scientists, and engineers at this virtual meeting, representing the leading edge of combustion research in the United States. The technical program will begin on Monday morning, 24 May and will end mid-day on Wednesday, 26 May.
You may access the event site for 12th U.S. National Combustion Meeting by going to this link: https://na.eventscloud.com/website/24498/
Plenary Webinar passcode: 556736
Please review the draft of the technical program here.
Below you will find important instructions regarding accessing and presenting at the 12th United States National Combustion Meeting.
Accessing the System:
Please register for the event here: https://ams.combustioninstitute.org/
When you enter the 12th U.S. National Combustion Meeting website you will be asked for credentials (username, password). The link to the website will be provided on Friday, 21 May. The username will be the email address you registered with, but the password will be sent to you in an email from the web site the Friday before the event.
On the Full Schedule page, you will find each session by day, however you can filter the information using the options in the black banner at the top of the page (located on the right hand side). There are two drop downs, as well as an option to filter more manually.
If you click on a session, you will find the abstract and a link to the paper. On the day of the session, you will also find a link to the live session room. Click the link to enter the room and it will take you into the current session that is being held that day.
You may ask questions during the presentations in the chat; we ask that you reserve using your microphone for the presentation’s Q&A at the end of the presentation. The Host of the room and the Chairperson of the session will be monitoring the chat to collect the questions as well. Please mute your microphone upon entering the room and only use your microphone during the Q&A.
Speakers – on the day of:
You will access your session by clicking the link found in the session details on the Full Schedule page. You must register and sign in before you will be able to see the Full Schedule page.
The links are open and live per room for the entire day so unless you are the first speaker of the day, you will be entering a room with a presentation currently in session. The room Host and Chair will be looking out for you, but feel free to send them a private chat to alert them that you have arrived to present.
At the time of your presentation, the Chairperson will introduce you and you may then share your screen and unmute yourself to present during the Zoom meeting.
- Alternative Fuels and Emissions
- Combustion Theory and Modeling
- Droplet and Sprays
- Fire Research
- Industrial and Applied Combustion
- Internal Combustion Engines
- Laminar Flames
- Novel Combustion Techniques
- Particulates and Multiphase Flows
- Reacting Kinetics
- Supersonic Combustion
- Turbulent Combustion