2nd Ammonia Combustion Meeting

12-13 May, 2023

National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan

in collaboration with ASPACC 2023

The ammonia combustion meeting will feature invited talks from experts of academia and industry, presenting a review of the state-of-the-art on different aspects of ammonia combustion in the field, and highlight the key challenges for the community to tackle. The invited talks will be followed by a panel discussion.


During the meeting the following topics will be discussed:

  • Chemical kinetics
  • Turbulent flames
  • Numerical tools
  • Diagnostics
  • Mild Combustion
  • Plasma assisted combustion
  • Industrial burners
  • Ammonia sprays
  • IC engines

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    Matthew Dunn

    University of Sydney


    Dr Matthew Dunn is a senior lecturer at the School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering at the University of Sydney. Dr Dunn’s experimental research focuses on developing and applying advanced laser diagnostic techniques to further the understanding of thermo-fluids-related problems, in particular combustion systems. A current focus of Dr Dunn’s research is to understand the spatial and chemical structure of turbulent combustion of renewable, clean fuels, such as ammonia, hydrogen and power fuels, developing innovative experiments and experimental techniques to address the challenges of these new fuels. Dr Dunn completed his PhD at the University of Sydney in 2009, investigating finite-rate chemistry effects in turbulent premixed flames. From 2009–2011 Dr Dunn was a postdoctoral researcher at the Combustion Research Facility at Sandia National Laboratories at Livermore, California, USA, applying Raman-Rayleigh-LIF line imaging in a range of premixed, stratified, partially premixed and non-premixed flames.

    All sessions by Matthew Dunn

    Experimental investigation of turbulent canonical flames (Professor Matthew Dunn and Gaetano Magnotti)
    03:00 PM
    Matthew Dunn

    University of Sydney

    Gaetano Magnotti

    King Abdullah University of Science and Technology