Welcome to the website for the 6th International Workshop on Model Reduction in Reactive Flow (IWMRRF). The meeting will be held July 11-14, 2017 on the campus of Princeton University in Princeton, NJ.
Information about registration, accommodation, travel, venue, and program are available on this site. Any questions about the conference arrangements should be addressed to the local co-hosts: Prof. Yiguang Ju and Dr. Temistocle Grenga.
This biennial workshop brings together international experts on the theory and application of model reduction techniques in reactive flows. The objective of the workshop is to promote discussion and exchange of information among experts in this technical area, thereby promoting the advance of knowledge as regards the development of effective methods for model reduction in reacting flow.
- Theoretical Foundations | Theoretical foundations of model reduction techniques, including definitions of slow, fast, invariant manifolds and related subjects.
- Mechanism Simplification | Chemical kinetic mechanisms simplification.
Model Reduction in ODE’s, DAE’s and PDE’s
- Computational Tools | Computational tools to compute and analyze reacting flows.
- Applied Engineering
- Dimitris A. Goussis (National Technical University of Athens, Greece)
- Ulrich Maas (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany)
- Fabian Mauss (Brandenburg University of Technology, Germany)
- Habib N. Najm (Sandia National Laboratories, USA)
- Samuel Paolucci (University of Notre Dame, USA)
- Stephen B. Pope (Cornell University, USA)
- Joseph M. Powers (University of Notre Dame, USA)\
- Mauro Valorani (Sapienza University of Rome, Italy)
- Extended Abstract:
March 24thApril 7th
- Notification of Acceptance:
April 14thApril 24th
- Scientific Program: May 5th
- Early Registration: May 31st
- Late Registration: June 30th
- Early Registration: $250 + fees = $262 (students: $150 + fees = $160) until May 31st
- Late Registration: $300 + fees = $313 (students: $200 + fees = $210) until June 30th
Registration will be shortly available through June 30th to the web site. After this date, registration can only be completed on-site at the conference venue.
Travel grants for U.S. students founded by U.S. Army Research Office are available, please contact the organizers.
The extended abstracts should be submitted as PDF files. Please restrict yourself to a maximum of 2 pages, and do not include page numbers. The paper format should be US Letter size, with a maximum file size of 2 MB. Use color figures as desired.
Please use one of these templates:
- Microsoft Word template (click to download zipped Word template)
- LaTeX template package (click to download zipped file)
Please submit your extended abstract as a PDF file no later than March 24, 2017 via email to email@example.com.
All sessions will be held in the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment in the northern portion of campus.
A campus map with other conference locations of interest is provided here. Please click on the image to download a PDF.
A block of rooms has been set aside for conference attendees at the Nassau Inn at the cost of $ 145 per night plus taxes. Please reserve using this link: https://reservations.travelclick.com/13522?groupID=1765264&hotelID=13522#/guestsandrooms
The hotel is within walking distance to Princeton University Campus.
Transportation is provided between the hotel and the conference site, as well as from the visitor parking lot.
The shuttle bus schedule will be shortly updated.
Additional details will be included in your registration materials.
The conference will be held on the campus of Princeton University, which is conveniently located approximately halfway between New York and Philadelphia.
The closest major airport is Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), which is connected directly by NJ TRANSIT trains along the Northeast Corridor line. Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) is nearly as close but requires two train transfers in Philadelphia and Trenton. Detailed directions via commuter train are provided below.
Limited flights are also available into the smaller Trenton-Mercer Airport (TTN), but the airport is not served by train.
Other New York area airports (LGA and JFK) are not recommended due to having to transit across New York.
By Commuter Train
The greater Princeton area is served by the Princeton Junction Station on the NJ TRANSIT Northeast Corridor line. The Hyatt Regency Princeton is accessible by a complementary hotel shuttle that requires advance reservation and should be arranged directly with the hotel. Princeton University and downtown Princeton are served by the Princeton Station, requiring a transfer to the NJ TRANSIT “Dinky” shuttle at the Princeton Junction Station.
Points North: The northern terminus of the NJ TRANSIT Northeast Corridor line is New York Penn Station with stops at Newark Penn Station and Newark Airport Rail Station. Check the NJ TRANSIT website for a detailed schedule and map.
Points South: The southern terminus of the NJ TRANSIT Northeast Corridor line is the Trenton Transit Center. Connections are available to SEPTA. From Philadelphia International Airport, take the SEPTA Airport Line to the 30th Street Station and connect to the Trenton Line to the Trenton Transit Center. Check the SEPTA and NJ TRANSIT websites for detailed schedules and maps.
By Regional Train
The AMTRAK Acela and Northeast Regional lines both provide access to the Philadelphia-New York Corridor. Every Acela train stops at both New York Penn Station and Newark Penn Station with connections to NJ TRANSIT. Most Northeast Regional trains also stop at the Trenton Transit Center, and a few stop directly at Princeton Junction.
Princeton University is conveniently located just off of U.S. Route 1. Free daily parking is available near the conference site in Lot 21, indicated on the map on the Venue page. Transportation between the parking lot and the conference venue is provided by the campus bus network TigerTransit.
For emergencies, the University Department of Public Safety can be reached by dialing 911 from a campus phone or 609-258-3333 from a cell phone. In non-emergencies, the Department of Public Safety can be reached at 609-258-1000.
Princeton University maintains a website for any Emergency Alerts.
Workshop Sponsor and Support
The workshop organization committee would like to acknowledge the financial support from the U.S. Army Research Office by Dr. Ralph A. Anthenien.