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  • Clean Combustion Winter School

    28 Jan to 16 Feb, 2018

  • ​3 weeks for 3 hot topics of combustion science

    engines, flames and fuels

  • ​Small class of 15 of the best

    engineering students











  • Successful applicants will receive full funding for

    round-trip airfare, health insurance, on campus hotel

    accommodations, visa costs and associated expenses,

    and a stipend for a three-week period

  • Application deadline

    October 15, 2017

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ABOUT​​​

​On 28 January, 2018, 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 first "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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WHO CAN APPLY?​


Bachelor and Master students enrolled in the last year of Mechanical, Nuclear, Aerospace, Chemical Engineering, Applied Physics, Applied Mathematics, or other closely related program.

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IMPORTANT DATES


​​​* Application deadline: 15 October, 2017

​* Acceptance announcement: 15 November, 2017

* Completion of the visa process: 31 December, 2017* Arrival at KAUST of the invited students: 26 January, 2018​​​



WEEK I:  ENGINES 

Get dirty in the engine lab, or perform accurate computer simulations? Diesel, gasoline, or is there a better alternative?  Make your choice, join a team, and start making more efficient engines

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WEEK II:  FLAMES


New week, new project, new team. Take a deep look inside a flame with lasers or detailed computer simulations, or learn how to tame a flame with plasma

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WEEK III:  FUELS​


Understand what makes fuels burn, and how to design the fuels for a sustainable future. Rapid compression machines, shock tubes, electron guns, cool flames or the newest kinetic models to understand how fuels burn​.​​

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