Combustion Webinar


Intro: During this unforeseen and difficult time owing to COVID-19, many of us miss the opportunity to interact with each other technically. Led and proposed by Prof. Yiguang Ju (Princeton University), we are organizing the weekly combustion webinar to share our research and create an opportunity to learn from each other. The webinar will use Zoom and open to everyone who is interested in. Registration for the webinar is required using real name and working email. If you would like to participate and have not registered for the webinar before, please email your request to “” to be added to the email list for webinar information distribution.

Committee Member List (click here

Past Combustion Webinar Archive (here)

How to cite the Combustion Webinar videos? Please use the following format:
Presenter, “webinar title”, the Combustion Webinar, date, youtube link

Example:  Heinz Pitsch, “Hydrogen: A Seemingly Simple Fuel.” the Combustion Webinar, Mar. 20th, 2021,

                                                                                                             Recent Webinar Schedule


Time Presenter Affiliation Topic/Title Webinar link
May 4th 2023 Shawn Kook The University of New South Wales Ingredients for future internal combustion engines: high tumble, energy assistance and hydrogen (flyer)
Apr. 27th 2023 Michael Gollner UC Berkeley The Role of Combustion in Wildland Fire Science
Apr. 13th 2023 Bassam Dally KAUST Adaptation of Hydrogen and Ammonia to Industry (flyer)
Mar. 30th 2023 Hai Wang Stanford University Detonation Cell Cycle and Autonomously Propagating Energy Centers (APEX) (flyer)
Mar. 16th 2023 Swetaprovo Chaudhuri University of Toronto Multiscale complexities of turbulent reacting flows: from faster hydrogen-air flames to superspreading events (flyer)
Feb. 24th 2023 Adri van Duin Penn State University Atomistic-scale simulations of realistic, complex, reactive materials: the ReaxFF method and its application to combustion chemistry
Jan 31st 2023 Stephen Tse Rutgers U. Flame Synthesis of Nanomaterials (flyer)
Feb, 10th 2023 Michael Zachariah University of California, Riverside Probing Fast High Temperature Transformation in Nanoparticles for Energetic Materials (flyer)