The IOP Combustion Physics Group is organizing the meeting ‘High Impact Industrial-Academic Partnerships: Delivering Future Combustion Technologies’. It will take place on Tuesday 23 October 2012 at the University of Lincoln.
For registration, follow this link.
The aim is to show that combustion continues to be a challenge in both academia and industry in order to meet current and future requirements. Complexities include the demand for further fuel flexibility and operational flexibility to deliver environments and efficiency benefits. The programme with topics and speakers is attache below.
10:00 Registration and refreshments
10:30 Keynote Address: The University of Lincoln - New School of Engineering Project
Steve Middlesbrough, Director of Service Engineering, Siemens
11:00 Gas Turbine Combustion Research at Lincoln
Jill Stewart, University of Lincoln/Siemens
11:30 The role of university collaborations in developing advanced fuels
Roger Cracknell, Shell Global Solutions/Leeds University
11:50 Announcement of IOP/CPG Awards
12:00-13:30 Lunch and Poster Session
12:00-12:45 Tour of Siemens facilities and demonstrations
13:00-13:30 The IOP Combustion Physics Group AGM
13:30 Plenary: Burning Brightly?
John Loughhead, Director of UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC)
14:00 Design Fires for Tall Buildings
Guillermo Rein, University Edinburgh/Built Environment Industrial Consortium
14:20 EON/University Collaboration
14:40 Lotus/ University Collaboration
15:20 CFD of Gas Turbine Combustors
Alexandre Neophytou, The University of Cambridge/Rolls-Royce
15:40 Impact of Combustion Research on Automotive Engines
Yannis Hardalupas, Imperial College/Honda
16:00 IOP/CPG Award Lecture
16:20 Closing remark