Hendrik Lens – Head of Department Power Generation and Automatic Control, Institute of Combustion and Power Plant Technology (IFK),University of Stuttgart, Germany.
Topic: “Flexibility of thermal power plants: system needs, impact and solutions” (abstract)
Hameed Metghalchi – Department of Mechanical Engineering at Northeastern University, MA, USA; Professor of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Department; Life Fellow of ASME; Editor-in-chief of ASME Journal of Energy Resources Technology; member of the Scientific Council for International Journal of Applied Thermodynamics.
Topic: “Experimental and Numerical Determination of Laminar Burning Speed” (bio)
Deanna Lacoste – Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia.
Topic: „Plasma assisted combustion” (abstract and bio)
Piotr Wolański – Professor, University of Łukasiewicz Research Network – Institute of Aviation. Research: Drives (aircraft and space), internal combustion engines, combustion, explosion safety, space research and collisions of asteroids with planetary bodies.
Topic: „Development of the Propulsion Systems Based on Continuously Rotating Detonation” (abstract and bio)
Weihong Yang – Department of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE), KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden.
Topic: „Assessment potential for combined heat, power and oil production at CHP plants (CHPO)” (abstract)
Fabrizio Scala – Associate Professor, Department of Chemical, Materials and Industrial Production Engineering, University of Naples Federico II, Naples, Italy.
Topic: „The effect of H2O and SO2 on limestone attrition and CO2 uptake during fluidized bed calcium looping” (abstract and bio)
Nabiha Chaumeix – Directrice de Recherche au Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Institut de Combustion, Aérothermique, Réactivité et Environnement (ICARE).
Topic: „Challenges in Liquid Hydrogen Safety assessment”
Conference venue – The Wrocław University of Science and Technology Congress Centre (link)
8 Janiszewskiego Str.
The Wrocław University of Science and Technology Congress Centre is located in the vicinity of Grunwaldzki Square – one of the city’s major transport nodes. It has direct, easily accessible connections with the historic part of city center, main railway/bus stations, and numerous hotels – 15-minute walk to Ostrów Tumski, 20 minutes walk to Main Square (Rynek) and 3,8 km to Main Railway Station.
The organizing Committee would like to inform that the number of parking spaces at the university will be limited during the conference.
We can guarantee parking for 15 cars only.
Parking is located near the Congress Centre(please see the map below) building and entry to the parking lot through the gate will be possible using the password: „Symposium on Combustion” or „Sympozjum spalania”
Important buildings related to the conference:
D-20 Conference Building
A-1 Wroclaw University of Science and Technology – main building
A-4 „Stara Kotłownia” (Maschinen Laboratorium)