Meetings

Here is a list of Section-level meetings of interest, exclusive of the international symposia but including national meetings.

DatesLocationHostsMeeting
2022 May 15–17Detroit, MichiganWayne State UniversitySpring Technical Meeting
2021 May 24–26VIRTUALTexas A&M University / Central States SectionTwelfth US National Combustion Meeting
2020
May 17–19
Huntsville, Alabama; VIRTUALUniversity of Alabama in HuntsvilleCSS Spring Technical Meeting — in-person meeting CANCELLED because of COVID-19 pandemic
2019
March 24–27
Pasadena, CaliforniaCaltech / USC / Western States SectionEleventh US National Combustion Meeting
2018
May 20–22
Minneapolis, MinnesotaUniversity of MinnesotaCSS Spring Technical Meeting
2017
April 23–26
College Park, MarylandUniversity of Maryland / Eastern States SectionTenth US National Combustion Meeting
2016
May 15–17
Knoxville, TennesseeUniversity of Tennessee Bredesen CenterSpring Technical Meeting
2015
May 17–20
Cincinnati, OhioGeneral Electric Aviation / Central States SectionNinth US National Combustion Meeting
2014
March 16–18
Tulsa, OklahomaJohn Zink Hamworthy Combustion; University of OklahomaCSS Spring Technical Meeting
2013
May 19–22
Park City, UtahUniversity of Utah / Western States SectionEighth US National Combustion Meeting
2012
April 22–24
Dayton, OhioUniversity of Dayton; Air Force Research LaboratoryCSS Spring Technical Meeting
2011
March 20–23
Atlanta, GeorgiaGeorgia Institute of Technology / Eastern States Section Seventh US National Combustion Meeting
2010
March 21–23
Champaign, IllinoisUniversity of Illinois, Urbana-ChampaignCSS Spring Technical Meeting — “Combustion fundamentals and applications”
2009
May 17–20
Ann Arbor, MichiganUniversity of Michigan / Central States SectionSixth US National Combustion Meeting
2008
April 20–22
Tuscaloosa, AlabamaUniversity of AlabamaCSS Spring Technical Meeting — “Combustion fundamentals and applications”
2007
March 25–28
San Diego, CaliforniaUniversity of California, San Diego / Western States SectionFifth Joint Meeting of the US Sections
2006
May 21–23
Cleveland, OhioCase Western Reserve University; NASA Glenn Research Center; National Center for Space Exploration ResearchCSS Spring Technical Meeting — “Combustion fundamentals and applications”
2005
March 20–23
Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaDrexel University / Eastern States SectionFourth Joint Meeting of the US Sections
2004
March 21–23
Austin, TexasUniversity of Texas at AustinCSS Spring Technical Meeting — “Combustion fundamentals and applications”
2003
March 16–19
Chicago, IllinoisUniversity of Illinois at Chicago / Central States SectionThird Joint Meeting of the US Sections
2002
April 7–9
Knoxville, TennesseeUniversity of Tennessee; Oak Ridge National LaboratoryCSS Spring Technical Meeting — “Combustion fundamentals and applications”
2001
March 25–28
Oakland, CaliforniaLawrence Berkeley National Laboratory / Western States SectionSecond Joint Meeting of the US Sections
2000
April 16–18
Indianapolis, IndianaCentral States SectionCSS Spring Technical Meeting — “Combustion fundamentals and applications”
1999
March 14–17
Washington, DCGeorge Washington University / Eastern States SectionFirst Joint Meeting of the US Sections
1998
May 31–June 2
Lexington, KentuckyUniversity of KentuckyCSS Technical Meeting — “Combustion fundamentals and applications”
1997
April 27–29
Point Clear, AlabamaUniversity of AlabamaCSS Technical Meeting — “Combustion fundamentals and applications”
1996
May 5–7
St. Louis, MissouriCentral States SectionCSS Technical Meeting — “Combustion fundamentals and applications”
1995
April 23–26
San Antonio, TexasCentral States Section / Western States SectionJoint Technical Meeting of CSS and WSS, Mexican National Section, and American Flame Research Committee
1994
June 5–7
Madison, WisconsinUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonCSS Technical Meeting — “Combustion fundamentals and applications”
1993
March 15–17
New Orleans, LouisianaLouisiana State UniversityCSS and ESS Joint Technical Meeting — “Combustion fundamentals and applications”
1992
April 26–28
Columbus, OhioOhio State UniversityCSS Technical Meeting — “Combustion fundamentals and applications”
1991
April 22–24
Nashville, TennesseeVanderbilt UniversityCSS Spring Technical Meeting — “Combustion fundamentals and applications”
1990
May 20–22
Cincinnati, OhioGeneral Electric Gas EnginesCSS Spring Technical Meeting — “Combustion fundamentals and applications”
1989
April 30–May 2
Dearborn, MichiganFord Motor CompanyCSS Spring Technical Meeting — “Combustion fundamentals and applications”
1988
May 2–3
Indianapolis, IndianaCummins; Allison Gas TurbinesCSS Spring Technical Meeting — “Combustion fundamentals and applications”
1987
May 11–12
Argonne, IllinoisArgonne National Laboratory; Gas Research InstituteCSS Spring Technical Meeting — “Combustion fundamentals and applications”
1986
May 5–6
Cleveland, OhioNASA Lewis Research CenterCSS Spring Technical Meeting — “Fluid mechanics and chemistry of the combustion process”
1985
April 22–23
San Antonio, TexasSouthwest Research InstituteCSS and WSS Joint Technical Meeting
1984
March 19–20
Minneapolis, MinnesotaUniversity of MinnesotaCSS Spring Technical Meeting — “Particulates in flames with application to engines and stationary sources”
1983
March 21–22
Lexington, KentuckyUniversity of KentuckyCSS Technical Meeting — “The combustion of coal and other nonpetroleum fuels”
1982
March 22–23
Columbus, OhioOhio State UniversityCSS Technical Meeting — “The use of high sulfur coal: combustion, gasification, and control of emissions (notably SO2)”
1981
March 23–24
Warren, MichiganGeneral Motors Research LaboratoriesCSS Technical Meeting — “Elements of engine combustion”
1980
March 24–25
Baton Rouge, LouisianaLouisiana State UniversityCSS Technical Meeting — “Combustion and utilization of alternative fuels”
1979
April 9–10
Columbus, IndianaCumminsCSS Technical Meeting — “Engine combustion processes”
1978
April 3–4
West Lafayette, IndianaPurdue UniversityCSS Technical Meeting — “Heterogeneous combustion in engines”
1977
March 28–30
Cleveland, OhioNASA Lewis Research CenterCSS Technical Meeting — “Fluid mechanics of combustion processes”
1976
April 5–6
Columbus, OhioBattelle Memorial InstituteCSS Technical Meeting — “Combustion of alternate fuels and combustion of coal”
1975
April 21–22
San Antonio, TexasSouthwest Research InstituteCSS and WSS Joint Technical Meeting — “Flammability and burning characteristics of materials and fuels”
1974
March 26–27
Madison, WisconsinUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonCSS Technical Meeting — “Reducing fuel consumption and emissions by combustion modification”
1973
March 27–28
Champaign, IllinoisUniversity of IllinoisCSS Technical Meeting — “Reduction of pollutants in heterogenous combustion processes”
1972
March 21–22
Bartlesville, OklahomaU.S. Bureau of MinesCSS Technical Meeting — “Fuel composition and its effects on combustion and emissions problems”
1971
March 23–24
Ann Arbor, MichiganUniversity of MichiganCSS Technical Meeting — “Engines and emissions”
1970
April 7–8
Houston, TexasNASA Manned Spacecraft Center; IIT Research InstituteCSS Technical Meeting — “Disaster hazards”
1969
March 18–19
Minneapolis, MinnesotaUniversity of MinnesotaCSS Technical Meeting — “Fire research: experimental and analytical modeling of fires”
1968
March 26–27
Columbus, OhioBattelle Memorial InstituteCSS Technical Meeting — “Pollution problems associated with combustion”
1967
March 28–29
Cleveland, OhioNASA Lewis Research CenterCSS Technical Meeting — “High intensity industrial combustion”
1966
April 25–26
Chicago, IllinoisIIT Research InstituteCSS (provisional) Technical Meeting — “Basic problems & modern instrumentation related to internal combustion engines”