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T
he 33
rd

International Symposium on Combu
stion

August 1
-
6, 2010, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China


Call for Papers


T
HE THIRTY
-
THIRD INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON COMBUSTION

will be
held

in

the week of August 1
-
6, 2010 at Tsinghua University, Beijing, China. Scientists, engineers,
and others interested in combustion are invited to attend and participate i
n this biennial event.
SYMPOSIUM AGENDA: The technical program will consist of contributed papers and work in
progress poster sessions. Invited lectures and topical reviews will be presented by eminent
specialists.


PROGRAM COMMTTEE and COLLOQUIA

Program C
o
-
Chairs:

Philippe Degaut, CNRS
-
INSTII, France

Paul Ronney, University of Southern California, USA


1.

REACTION KINETICS including the kinetics of hydrocarbon fuels, NOx and SOx,
mechanism generation, simplification and reduction, and informatics of reaction
systems.

Kenneth Brezinsky, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA; Tiziano Faravelli, Politecnico di
Milano, Italy; Lawrence B. Harding, Argonne National Laboratory, USA; William J. Pitz,
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA; Alison S. Tomlin, Univ
ersity of Leeds, UK


2.

SOOT, PAH AND OTHER LARGE MONECULES such as dioxins and fullerenes
including the physical and chemical processes affecting their formation, growth, and
destruction and synthesis of nanoparticles and nanotubes.

Michael Frenklach, Univer
sity
of California at Berkeley, USA; Ishwar K. Puri, Virginia Tech, USA; Fei Qi, University of
Science and Technology of China, China; Angela Violi, University of Michigan, USA


3.

DIAGNOSTICS including the development and application of diagnostic techniques

and
sensors for the understanding and control of combustion phenomena.

Pascale Desgroux,
Université Lillel/CNRS, France; Robert P. Lucht, Purdue University, USA; Gregory
Smallwood, National Research Council Canada, Canada


4.

LAMINAR FLAMES including experim
ents, theory, simulations applied to premixed,
non
-
premixed, and partially premixed flames along with their ignition, extinction,
stabilization, instabilities, and interactions with flows.

Françoise Baillot, CORIA/CNRS,
France; Suk Ho Chung, Seoul National

University, Korea; James W. Fleming, Naval
Research Laboratory, USA; Yiguang Ju, Princeton University, USA; Kalyanasundaram
Seshadri, University of California at San Diego, USA


5.

TURBULENT FLAMES including experiments, theory, simulations applied to premix
ed,
non
-
premixed, and partially premixed turbulent flames, and fundamental aspects of
combustion dynamics.

Bénédicte Cuenot, CERFACS, France; Friedrich Dinkelacker,
Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany; Suresh Menon, Georgia Institute of Technology,
USA;
Heinz Pitsch, Stanford University, USA; Shenyang (Steven) Shy, National Central
University, Taiwan


6.

HETEROGENOUS COMBUSTION AND MATERIAL SYNTHESIS including
fundamental aspects of combustion of sold fuels (e.g. coal, char, and biomass, including
pyrolysis,

gasification and sash formation) as well as combustion of propellants and
metals, and catalytic combustion.

Greg Jackson, University of Maryland, USA; Mohamed
Pourkashanian, University of Leeds, UK; Steven Son, Purdue University, USA; Margaret
Wooldridge,

University of Michigan, USA


7.

SPRAY AND DROPLET COMBUTION including experiments, theory, and simulations
T
he 33
rd

International Symposium on Combu
stion

August 1
-
6, 2010, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

applied to droplets, sprays, atomization, and supercritical combustion.

Alessandro
Gomez, Yale University, USA; J. Barry Greenberg, Technion
-
IIT, Israe
l; Akira Umemura,
Nagoya University, Japan


8.

DETONATIONS, EXPLOSIONS AND SUPERSONIC COMBUSTION including
pulse
-
detonation and scramjet engines.

Mitsuo Koshi, University of Tokyo, Japan; Svetlana
M. Starikovskaia, Ecole Polytechnique, France; D. Scott Stewar
t, University of Illinois at
Urbana
-
Champaign, USA


9.

FIRE RESEARCH including fundamental aspects of fires (in normal and reduced
gravity), flame spread, combustion suppression as well as applications to building
construction and urban/wildland fires.

Michae
l Delichatsios, University of Ulster, Northern
Ireland; Osamu Fujita, Hokkaido University, Japan; Arnaud Trouvé, University of Maryland,
USA


10.

10. STATIONARY COMBUSTION SYSTEMS AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
including combustion in fluidized beds, incineration, u
tility boilers, plants and industrial
applications.

Reginald Mitchell, Stanford University, USA; Ichiro Naruse, Nagoya
University, Japan; Leonardo Tognotti, University of Pisa, Italy


11.

11. IC ENGINE AND GAS TURBINE COMBUSTION including engines, (e.g., direc
t
injection, spark ignition, diesel, and HCCI engines) as well as modeling, simulation, and
phenomenological aspects of combustion in gas turbines (for propulsion and power
generation).
John E. Dec, Sandia National Laboratory, USA; Simone Hochgreb, Univers
ity
of Cambridge, UK; Johannes Janicka, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany; Gladys
Moréac, Renault, France


12.

NEW TECHNOLOGY CONCEPTS, REACTING FLOWS AND FUEL
TECHNOLOGY including mini


and micro
-
combustors, mild combustion,
plasma
-
aided combustion, o
xy
-
fuel combustion, hydrothermal reaction, and other novel
combustion processes.

Mara de Joannon, IRC
-
CNR, Italy; Lawrence Kennedy, University of
Illinois and the Ohio State University, USA; John Mantzaras, Paul Scherrer Institute,
Switzerland; Kaoru Marut
a, Tohoku University, Japan


S
ELECTION OF PAPERS FOR PRESENTATION:

Authors
must

indicate their choice of
Colloquium. Colloquium Co
-
Chairs will solicit and evaluate written reviews in their topic area
and recommend papers for presentation. All accepted pape
rs will be arranged into parallel sessions.
Publication in the Proceedings of the Combustion Institute is determined by the Proceedings
editorial board, after peer
-
review, and is not guaranteed based only on Symposium presentation
selection.


INSTRUCTION
TO AUTHORS OF CONTRIBUTED PAPERS

Please read the instruction on the submission site carefully before submitting a paper.


03 January 2010

Due date is midnight Pacific Standard Time (GMT
-
5hrs) for receipt of
completed paper.

Week of 05 April 2010

Authors no
tified of acceptance for presentation at the Symposium.


For instructions on submission of papers go to: http://www.combustioninstitute.org


It is the author’s responsibility to ensure that the paper is received by midnight Pacific Standard
Time of the due

date of 03 January 2010. In anticipation that some authors may have unforeseen
difficulties in finalizing or transmitting their papers, the electronic submission site will remain
open until midnight Pacific Standard Time on 10 January 2010 to receive late

papers. These will
be reviewed depending on the response to the Call, the availability of reviewers and the discretion
of the Program Co
-
Chairs.

T
he 33
rd

International Symposium on Combu
stion

August 1
-
6, 2010, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China


W
ORK
-
IN
-
PROGRESS POSTERS:

To provide a forum for presentation and discussion of
work in progress, poster sess
ions will be scheduled to run concurrently with contributed oral
sessions. Presentation in Work
-
in
-
Progress Poster Sessions will be determined on the basis of a
one
-
page abstract
. A full
-
length paper is not required. The poster presented in Work
-
in
-
Progres
s
Session will not be published in the Proceedings of the Combustion Institute. The sessions will be
organized by the Work
-
in
-
Progress Poster Co
-
Chairs, J.
-
Y. Chen, University of California at
Berkley, USA and Hai Zhang, Tsinghua University, China.


DUE DA
TE FOR SUBMISSION OF WORK
-
IN
-
PROGRESS POSTERS


23 April 2010

Due date is midnight Pacific Standard Time (GMT
-
5hrs) for receipt of
abstracts

Week of 17 May 2010

Authors notified of decision for Work
-
in
-
Progress Posters.


INSTRUCTIONS FOR WORK
-
IN
-
PROGRESS PO
STERS

Please carefully follow all instructions on the submission site


For submission of a one
-
page abstract go to:
http://www.combustioninstitute.org