In January, Transportation Energy Center Director Bob Carling hosted a CRF Advisory Committee meeting. The two-day event featured research presentations on the Center for Infrastructure Research and Innovation, the Spray Combustion Consortium, measurement and modeling approaches to support climate mitigation, and diagnostics; visits to the Char Combustion lab, Advanced Imaging lab, and Alternative Fuel Direct-Injection Spark-Ignition (DISI) lab; and focused discussions on the future of transportation and combustion, new avenues of research and partnership models, and R&D challenges. CRF researchers and managers participated in the meeting. Advisory committee members include individuals from the national laboratories, industry, and academia.

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