Combustion Institute (German Section)



The German Section of the Combustion Institute


The German Section serves members from Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

Applications for membership should be sent to the office of the German Section.

The main event organized by the German Section is the biannually-held "Deutscher Flammentag" in cooperation with the Deutsche Vereinigung für Verbrennungsforschung (DVV).

At these meetings three prizes are handed out:

  • Jürgen-Warnatz-Preis for outstanding young scientists in the field of combustion
  • Wilhelm-Jost-Preis for an outstanding colleague working in the field of combustion
  • Rudolf-Günther-Preis for the lifework of a scientist in the field of combustion

Upcoming Events

19th International Conference on Numerical Combustion (ICNC2024)
7-10 May 2024, Kyoto, Japan


CI's 40th International Symposium, Emphasizing Energy Transition
21-26 July 2024, Milan, Italy


News

September 2023:

2023 Rudolf Günther Preis

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Roman Weber , Professor of the Technical University Clausthal, has been announced as the 2023 winner of the Rudolf Günther Preis.
Please join us in congratulating Prof. Roman Weber!


2023 Jürgen Warnatz Preis

Dr.Ing. Torsten Zirwes of the University Stuttgart, has been announced as the 2023 Jürgen-Warnatz Preis Please join us in congratulating Torsten Zirwes!

2023 Wilhelm-Jost Preis

Jun-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Alba Dieguez-Alonso of the University Magdeburg, has been announced as the 2023 winner of the Wilhelm-Jost Preis.
Please join us in congratulating Prof. Dieguez-Alonso!

February 2023: The following members of the German Section are elected as Fellows of the Combustion Institute:

- Klaus-Peter Geigle, DLR Stuttgart

February 2022: The following members of the German Section are elected as Fellows of the Combustion Institute:

- Marina Braun-Unkhoff, DLR Stuttgart
- Tina Kasper, University Duisburg-Essen
- Andreas Kempf, University Duisburg-Essen


March 2022:

Die DFG hat die folgende neue Schwerpunktprogramme eingerichtet:

  • „Ein Beitrag zur Realisierung der Energiewende: Optimierung thermochemischer Energiewandlungsprozesse zur flexiblen Nutzung wasserstoffbasierter erneuerbarer Brennstoffe durch additive Fertigungsverfahren“ (Koordinator: Professor Dr.-Ing. Heinz Pitsch, RWTH Aachen)
  • „Carnot-Batterien: Inverser Entwurf vom Markt bis zum Molekül“ (Koordinator: Professor Dr. Burak Atakan, Universität Duisburg-Essen)





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