Our research

BURN's objective is to contribute to the development of flexible, energy-efficient and non-polluting energy conversion technologies, to fit a continuously changing energy scenario demanding for environmental friendly, secure and cost-effective solutions. BURN promotes the development of a COMBUSTION 2.0 framework, by means of modern strategies based on high-fidelity experimental techniques and numerical simulations, robust optimisation and uncertainty quantification.

Recent Projects

VADEMECOM – VAlidation driven DEvelopment of Modern and Efficient COMbustion technologies

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FREE: Flexible eneRgy vEctors of the futurE

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NANOCOGEN+: micro gas-turbine for CHP residential applications

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EUFORIA: Efficient UQ For Optimization in Robust design of Industrial Applications

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PREDICT: PREDIctive numerical simulation of novel Combustion Technologies through validation and uncertainty quantification

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SMARTCATs: SMART energy CArriers and Technologies

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FlexiHAT: Flexible heat production using mHAT

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Phoebus: Recycling of car organic waste

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CLEAN-Gas: Marie Curie Innovative Training Networks

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