Recently, ACT R&D Engineer Patryk Radyjowski attended Princeton University’s 2022 Combustion Institute Summer School on Combustion and the Environment. He had the opportunity to present ACT research on Swiss-Roll technology during a poster session where attendees shared their research and developments in the combustion technology field. Since 2010 the summer school has familiarized groups of students, researchers, and young professionals in the field with the technical areas of combustion theory, experiment, computation, fundamentals, and applications from around the world. This class brings everyone together for a concentrated 5-days of learning and networking.
ACT continues to advance innovation in the field of combustion, leveraging these types of invaluable training sessions, learning opportunities and partnerships with academia. Patryk and the team at ACT on the REMEDY-APRA-E funded project are working to utilize advanced combustion technology to reduce greenhouse emissions from gas flares for a more sustainable future! ACT was grateful to participate in such a distinguished program in the combustion community.