Prof Alison Tomlin is co-organising an EU COST action training school on the Analysis of Combustion Mechanisms in Budapest from the 4-7th July 2016. The training school will be hosted by Professor Tamás Turányi from Eötvös University in Budapest and will cover the topic of “Analysis, uncertainty quantification, validation, optimization and reduction of detailed combustion mechanisms for practical use of smart energy carriers”. It will be financially supported by COST action CM1404 “SmartCats”. The training school is open for everyone who is interested in the topics of the development and analysis of detailed combustion mechanisms.
Details of the training school and registration details can be found here.
Bursaries from the COST action may be available for any PhD students from Leeds who are interested in attending.