The US 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 US 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.
If you have questions regarding the Technical Program, please contact the Program Chair Professor Al Ratner at email@example.com.
- 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