25 October, 2021
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”.
20 October, 2021
CCRC researchers develop a new hypothesis to explain the formation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Unusual reaction pathways to hydrocarbon clusters could bring a paradigm shift to the understanding of soot and interstellar chemistry.
18 October, 2021
At the moment, Nimal Naser is a post-doctoral researcher at the Center for Integrated Mobility Sciences (CIMS), National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). Nimal's work at NREL focuses on the global drive for increased transportation efficiency by decarbonizing transport across the heavy-duty vehicle, marine, and aviation sectors by developing transformative and scalable energy technologies.
The talks are on Influence of molecular structures on benzene formation by Dr. Shashank Sakleshpur Nagaraja, Postdoctoral Fellow supervised by Prof. Mani Sarathy and Fire Safety CCRC by Sanjay Prasad, Deputy Fire Chief, at KAUST Fire Department
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.
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.