James E. Peters Student Fellowship

The Section offers a special travel fellowship for students to travel to and present at the International Symposium on Combustion, selected competitively. The fellowship was established to honor the memory of Prof. James E. Peters, who was serving as Section Chair at the time of his death.

YearRecipientInstitutionAdvisorTitle
2014Thomas McManusThe Ohio State UniversityJeffrey A. SuttonSpatio-temporal characteristics of temperature fluctuations in turbulent non-premixed jet flames
2010Nimesh PoddarLouisiana State UniversityM. Julia WornatPolycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons from the co-pyrolysis of catechol and propyne
2008Patrick LynchUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignNick G. GlumacA correlation for burn time of aluminum particles in the transition regime
2006Michelle L. SomersLouisiana State UniversityM. Julia WornatThe formations of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons from the supercritical pyrolysis of 1-methylnapthalene
2004Chad RasmussenUniversity of MichiganJames F. DriscollStability limits of cavity-stabilized flames in supersonic flow
2002Jeffrey A. SuttonUniversity of MichiganJames F. Driscoll Scalar dissipation rate measurements in flames: a method to improve spatial resolution by using nitric oxide PLIF