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21 November, 2021

Congratulations to Prof. Thibault Guiberti for receiving "Best Presentation Award for Young Researcher"!

Dr. Thibault Guiberti, Assistant Research Professor at CCRC received the Best Presentation Award for Young Researcher at the 18th International Conference on Flow Dynamics that was held on October 27-29th, 2021 in Sendai, Japan.

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28 October, 2021

Congratulations to Prof. Thibault Guiberti and Prof. William Roberts and their co-authors for receiving 2020 Gaydon Award!

Congratulations to Prof. William Roberts and Prof. Thibault Guiberti and their co-authors for receiving 2020 Gaydon Award!

Combustion Institute (British Section) selected the paper “On the bi-stable nature of turbulent premixed bluff-body stabilized flames at elevated pressure and near lean blow-off”, Proc. Comb. Inst. 38, 2853-2860, (2021) as the best paper at the International Combustion Symposium with at least one British Section member as author.

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25 October, 2021

Seven CCRC researchers obtained the Best Speaker Award at 11th SAS-CI Annual Meeting!

Congratulations to our researchers and students for receiving Best presenter Award in their sessions! 11th Saudi Arabian Section of the Combustion Institute (SAS-CI) Annual Meeting was held on October 12-13, 2021. Due to COVID-19 situation, the meeting was carried out online as a virtual conference via Zoom. The main theme of this year’s program was “Role of Combustion Research in Circular Carbon Economy”.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

KAUST Research Conference | Hydrogen-Based Mobility and Power, 2022
  • 07 - 10 Feb, 2022

Delegates from academia, government laboratories, and industry are invited to attend the 2022 hybrid conference on 'Hydrogen-Based Mobility and Power’ hosted and organized by the Clean Combustion Research Center (CCRC) at KAUST

We encourage you to register and attend any of the sessions on the three days.

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Clean Combustion Winter School, 2022
  • 13 Feb – 03 Mar 2022

On 13 February, 2022, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology will open the doors of the Clean Combustion Research Center to the brightest engineering and chemistry students worldwide for the "Clean Combustion Winter School". Students passionate about climate change and energy sustainability will learn about the key role of combustion for a cleaner future and how to turn their passion into action.

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