The Combustion Institute (Irish Section )
The Combustion Institute is an educational non-profit, international, scientific society whose purpose is to promote and disseminate research in combustion science.
The main activity of the Combustion Institute is to organise and run the International Symposium on Combustion. These biennial symposia attract members of the Combustion Institute as well as others interested in combustion from around the world. The synergism produced at these symposia makes them the principal forum for presenting and integrating combustion research results.
There are some 30 Sections of the Combustion Institute of which the Irish Section is one of the newest. Ireland is affiliated to the Federation of European Combustion Sections which organises the biennial European Combustion Meetings.
The 37th Symposium, which was hosted by the Irish Section at the Convention Centre Dublin in 2018, was particularly successful with a record number of delegates, and record number of oral & poster presentations. Sponsorship from Science Foundation Ireland, Fáilte Ireland, Bord na Móna and LaVision, together with assistance from Andor Technology, CADFEM, Elsevier, iX Cameras, PHOTRON (Europe), Princeton Instruments, TSI and Vision Research were instrumental in helping us deliver an excellent meeting.
|Professor John M. Simmie||Professor Stephen Dooley||Dr. Rory Monaghan|
|Ordinary Member||Ordinary Member||Ordinary Member|
|Dr. John Smith||Dr. John McNamara||Dr. Grainne Black|
Open to anyone with an interest in combustion research. Typical members include physical chemists, fuel technologists, fluid dynamicists, engine designers, fire scientists, enviromental scientists, mechanical and aerospace engineers, detonation specialists, fire fighters, etc.
|10th European Combustion Meeting||Naples, Italy||13-16 April 2021||39th International Symposium on Combustion||Vancouver, Canada||2022|
|26th International Symposium on Gas Kinetics and Related Phenomenon||Karlsruhe, Germany,||Sept. 6-10, 2020.||38th International Symposium on Combustion||Adelaide, Australia||July 12-17, 2020|
|12th International Colloquium on Pulsed and Continuous Detonations (ICPCD)||St. Petersburg, Russia. (The Colloquium venue will be hotel Petro Palace Hotel 5* in the historical center of St. Petersburg.)||April 20–23, 2020|
|11th International Conference on Gas Kinetics||Orleans, France||June 23-27, 2019||7th International Conference on Renewable Fuels, Combustion and Fire||Antalya, Turkey||May 10-12, 2019||9th European Combustion Meeting||Lisboa, Portugal||April 14-17, 2019|
The 37th International Symposium on Combustion was held from
29 Jul - 03 Aug 2018 in The Convention Centre Dublin, The six day meeting attracted over
1,600 experts to Dublin, who specialise in all aspects of clean and efficient energy, fire safety, power generation and propulsion technologies. .
The Combustion Institute is an international, non-profit, educational and scientific society. Founded in 1954, CI promotes and disseminates research activities in all areas of combustion science and technology for the advancement of many diverse communities around the world.
The Combustion Institute (Irish Section) School of Physics, Trinity College Dublin Phone: +353-1-896-2030; +353-85-254-8773 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org