ICNC 2024 19th International Conference on Numerical Combustion



Abstract submission

Abstract submission

  • The deadline is December 15th, 2023.  December 29th, 2023.
  • Choose one item from the proposed Tracks and MSs shown below.
  • All the mini-symposium speakers also have to submit their abstracts with a choice of the targeted mini-symposium from the list of mini-symposia through the abstract submission website.
  • After the submission of the 200 words text-based abstract, a paper-style abstract/full-paper is not requested.

List of tracks

Track 01 Laminar flames
Track 02 Kinetics, mechanism reduction
Track 03 Ignition, quenching
Track 04 Turbulent combustion
Track 05 Combustion dynamics and instabilities
Track 06 Emissions and pollution
Track 07 Droplets and sprays
Track 08 Real gas effects in combustion
Track 09 Heterogeneous combustion
Track 10 Detonation, explosions
Track 11 Gas turbines, engines and furnaces
Track 12 Fires
Track 13 Micro-combustion
Track 14 New combustion technologies
Track 15 Numerical methods for reacting flows
Track 16 Code coupling
Track 17 High-performance computing for combustion applications
Track 18 Simulations with AI technologies

List of mini-symposia

MS 01 Reaction Kinetics of Carbon-Neutral Fuels
Akira Miyoshi (Hiroshima University, Japan), Yasuyuki Sakai (Ibaraki University, Japan)
MS 02 Direct numerical simulations, analysis, and modeling of premixed hydrogen flames
Heinz Pitsch (RWTH Aachen University, Germany), Mamoru Tanahashi (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan), Andrew Aspden (Newcastle University, United Kingdom), Martin Rieth (Sandia National Laboratories, United States), Michael Gauding (RWTH Aachen University, Germany)
MS 03 Combustion Noise and Thermoacoustic Instabilities
Abhishek Lakshman Pillai (Kyoto University, Japan), Matthias Ihme (Stanford University, United States), Ryoichi Kurose (Kyoto University, Japan)
MS 04 Linearized Modelling of Flame Dynamics
Thomas Ludwig Kaiser (Technical University Berlin, Germany)
MS 05 Liquid Ammonia Spray and Combustion: Numerical Modelling
Jiangkuan Xing (Kyoto University, Japan), Christine Rousselle (Université d'Orléans, France)
MS 06 Detonations in Liquid-Fuel Sprays: Recent Progress and Open Questions
Alexei Poludnenko (University of Connecticut, United States), Hai Wang (Stanford University, United States)
MS 07 Computational Tools for Detonation-Driven Propulsion Physics
 Jiro Kasahara (Nagoya University, Japan), Venkat Raman (University of Michigan, United States), Jeong-Yeol Choi (Pusan National University, Korea), Akiko Matsuo (Keio University, Japan), Nobuyuki Tsuboi (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
MS 08 Advances in Detailed Numerical Simulation of Reciprocating Engines
Yasuo Moriyoshi (Chiba University, Japan), Taisuke Nambu (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan)
MS 09 Numerical Combustion Research on Fundamental Phenomena in Automobile Engines
Shinji Nakaya (The University of Tokyo, Japan), Tsukasa Hori (Osaka University, Japan)
MS 10 Sustainable Aviation Fuel: Modeling Challenges and Opportunities
Shashank Yellapantula (National Renewable Energy Laboratory, United States), Jacqueline H Chen (Sandia National Laboratories, United States)
MS 11 Liquid Rocket Engine Combustion
Takanori Haga, Taro Shimizu (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan), Hiroshi Terashima (Hokkaido University, Japan)
MS 12 Spread of ammonia combustion research - Role of numerical simulation -
Hisashi Nakamura (Tohoku University, Japan), Ekenechukwu C Okafor (Kyushu University, Japan)
MS 13 Advances in dimensionality reduction and manifold learning for the parametrization and modeling of large combustion systems
Temistocle Grenga (University of Southampton , United Kingdom), Alessandro Parente (Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium)
MS 14 Numerical modeling and simulation of reactive dense particle-laden flows
Takuya Tsuji (Osaka University)
MS 15 Combustion simulation acceleration using GPU and manycore heterogenous computing hardwares
Zhi X. Chen (Peking University, China), Hong Im (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia), Venkat Raman (University of Michigan, United States)
MS 16 High-fidelity numerical simulations using FUGAKU-scale supercomputers in Academic-Industrial Collaborations
Kenji Yamamoto (Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Japan), Nobuyuki Oshima (Hokkaido University, Japan), Ryoichi Kurose (Kyoto University, Japan)
MS 17 Machine learning techniques for reacting flow simulation and analysis
Abdulla Ghani (Technical University of Berlin, Germany), Anh Khoa Doan (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands), Hiroshi Gotoda (Tokyo University of Science, Japan)
MS 18 Data-driven tools for HPC simulations of e-fuels combustion
Federica Ferraro (Technical University Braunschweig, Germany), Alessandro Stagni (Politecnico di Milano, Italy)
MS 19 Tabulation Methods for Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Reacting Flow: Machine Learning and Other Approaches
Stelios Rigopoulos (Imperial College London, United Kingdom), Francesca Di Mare (Ruhr Universitat Bochum, Germany), Fabian Sewerin (Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany)
MS 20 Modeling and Simulation of High-speed Compressible Reacting Flows
Venkat Raman (University of Michigan, United States)