SDL Energy Conversion presents

Machine Learning in Combustion

Date: November 07 - November 08, 02.00 pm - 06.00 pm, 2024; Format: online

Short abstract:

Big data and Machine Learning (ML) are driving comprehensive economic and social transformations and are rapidly becoming a core technology for scientific computing, with numerous opportunities to advance different research areas, such as combustion modeling. The combination of combustion applications with ML has already been applied to several Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) configurations. It is a promising research direction with the potential to enable the advancement of so far unsolved problems, thanks to the ability of deep models to learn hierarchically with little to no need for prior knowledge. However, this approach presents a paradigm shift to change the focus of CFD from time-consuming feature detection to in-depth examinations of relevant features, enabling deeper insight into the physics involved in complex natural processes.


This training is designed to provide a basic background on machine learning applications, highlighting some of the areas of the highest potential impact. Emerging ML areas that are promising for combustion modeling, such as reduced-order modeling advancements, versatile neural network architecture developments, as well as some potential limitations, will be discussed. The workshop aims to gather different research groups, providing a venue to exchange new ideas, discuss challenges, and expose this new research field to a broader community.

Language: English

Capacity: 100

Further information: tba

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Contact person

Driss Kaddar

TU Darmstadt

Ludovico Nista

RWTH Aachen University

Marco Vivenzo

RWTH Aachen University