2nd International Workshop on MILD Combustion: modelling challenges, experimental configurations and diagnostic tools
The first International Workshop on MILD combustion took place in Naples, on January 25-26 2019. The workshop gathered the main researchers and industrial actors working worldwide in the field of MILD combustion, to discuss open issues and opportunities in MILD combustion modelling, to review the experimental configurations (available and under development), for new modelling approaches validation and to critically assess the uncertainty associated to the existing diagnostic tools.
Considering the success and the outcomes of the event, it was decided to create a
Biennial meeting series on MILD combustion
The objective of the workshop is to discuss advances in MILD combustion fundamentals and technology implementation, particularly in the perspective of the energy transition and renewable energy carriers.
Scientists and industrial researchers interested in the fundamental and applied aspects of MILD Combustion are cordially invited to join the workshop and feed the discussion with their contributions.
The workshop will be held in Naples, on June 8-9 2022. The venue of the meeting is the “Complesso dei SS. Marcellino e Festo” of the University Federico II of Naples, located in the historical center of Naples. It will start on 8 June, after lunch time (around 14:30).
Both short presentations and posters are welcome. Please indicate if you prefer oral or poster presentation when submitting the abstract.
Send your contribution to firstname.lastname@example.org or to email@example.com no later than 20 May 2022.
The abstract template and the registration form are available below:
Suggested accommodation for the Workshop in Naples are reported in the following:
Selected papers will be published in a special issue on Applications in Energy and Combustion Science to bring together the main scientific contributions.
Local Organizing Committee:
Giancarlo Sorrentino (STEMS-CNR) Mario Commodo (STEMS-CNR)
Raffaele Ragucci (STEMS-CNR) Pino Sabia (STEMS-CNR)
Mara de Joannon (STEMS-CNR) Andrea D’Anna (Università Federico II)