The Combustion Institute is pleased to announce the Call for Nominations has been released for the 2018 Bernard Lewis Fellowship awards. The fellowships recognize scientists whose work advances combustion educational initiatives. The selection committee is now accepting nominations. Awards will be issued during the 37th International Symposium on Combustion in Dublin, Ireland.

The Bernard Lewis Fellowship was established to encourage high quality research in combustion by young scientists and engineers. Fellowships are awarded biennially during the International Symposium on Combustion. Each recipient must be either a student or combustion scientist within three years of completing their last educational degree, an author of a paper accepted at the current symposium, and a member of The Combustion Institute.

A fellowship consists of a $500 USD cash award, and financial reimbursements for: registration fee for the 37th International Symposium on Combustion, the excursion, the banquet, and hotel accommodations during the symposium. In addition, fellowship recipients receive an electronic copy of The Proceedings of The Combustion Institute, Vol. 37, and a one-year journal subscription to Combustion and Flame. Recipients will also be recognized in the symposium program.

Bernard Lewis Fellowships are significant educational awards of The Combustion Institute, presented biennially during the International Symposium on Combustion. Recipients are recognized as scientists, whose projects will significantly influence their fields of combustion science.

Download the Call for Nominations to learn more about the nomination and selection process. Questions regarding the symposium may be directed to: