About the Conference

Description

The 11th International Conference on Numerical Combustion will be held on April 23-26, 2006, at the Conference Center in Granada, Spain. This event, organized with the cooperation of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) and the Spanish Section of the Combustion Institute, follows a series of conferences held in Sophia Antipolis, France (1985), San Francisco, California (1987), Juan les Pins, France (1989), St. Petersburg Beach, Florida (1991), Garmisch, Germany (1993), New Orleans, Louisiana (1996), York, England (1998), Amelia Island, Florida (2000), Sorrento, Italy (2002), and Sedona, Arizona (2004).

Advances in computational algorithms, hardware, and software continue to have a revolutionary impact on the combustion sciences and permit the examination of scientific and engineering problems of increasing complexity. Detailed combustion simulations and models are now being considered as part of integrated system applications. The 11th International Conference on Numerical Combustion will focus on the integration of theory, modeling, and numerical implementation in the study of basic combustion physics and technological applications. The distinct questions and challenges found in combustion and phase transitions arise from the multiplicity of length and time scales defined by the chemical, geometric, and flow ingredients. Physically descriptive, efficient, and accurate numerical modeling of complex phenomena and the design and implementation of complex, integrated simulation are the challenges to be addressed at this conference.

Organizing Committee

Amable Liñán, ETSI Aeronáuticos, Spain
Antonio L. Sánchez. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
Juan Soler. Universidad de Granada, Spain

In collaboration with the Steering and Program Committee:

John Buckmaster, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
R. Stewart Cant, Cambridge University, United Kingdom
Gaetano Continillo, Universita del Sannio, Italy
John Dold, UMIST, United Kingdom
Vincent Giovangigli, École Polytechnique, France
Elaine Oran, United.States Naval Research Laboratory
D. Scott Stewart, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Mitchell D. Smooke, Yale University, USA
Tadao Takeno, Meijo University, Japan
Jürgen Warnatz, Heidelberg University, Germany
Charles K. Westbrook, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, USA

The Conference Organizing Committee wishes to extend their thanks and appreciation to the following people who have assisted with the organization of the conference:

Dr. Marcos Vera, Dr. Maria Jose Caceres, Dr. Juan Nieto, and Dr. Oscar Sanchez

Funding Agencies

The conference organizing committee wish to extend their thanks and appreciation to the Comunidad de Madrid, the European Office of Aerospace Research & Development (EOARD), and the U.S. Office of Naval Research Global (ONRG) for their support of this conference.

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Themes

Applications of parallel processing
Detonation
Droplets and sprays
Energetic materials (propellants and explosives)
Engine and furnace combustion
Fires
Flames
Heterogeneous combustion
Ignition
Kinetics
Material synthesis
Micro-combustion
Microgravity
Numerical methods
Pollution
Software engineering for combustion applications
Tera-scale computation of combustion applications
Turbulence

Secretary of the Organizing Committee

The Conference Organizing Committee wishes to extend their thanks and appreciation to the following people who have assisted with the organization of the conference:

Dr. Marcos Vera, Dr. Maria Jose Caceres, Dr. Juan Nieto, and Dr. Oscar Sanchez

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