35th International Combustion Symposium a Resounding Success

The 35th International Combustion Symposium, the premier conference on combustion science and application held on August 3–8 in San Francisco, was a resounding success thanks to Sandia’s Combustion Research Facility (CRF). More than 1,500 researchers gathered from around the world to discuss the latest innovations in understanding and predicting combustion-related phenomena, approximately 250 more than…

Students and Professors Spend the Summer at Sandia under DOE’s WDTS Program

This past summer, the CRF was the research home to 11 students and 2 professors who participated in the DOE Office of Science’s Workforce Development for Teachers and Scientists (WDTS) Program. By allowing students and professors to conduct research internships at national laboratories, this program is helping to develop the next generation of scientists, teachers,…

Sandia to demonstrate Hydrogen Risk Assessment Models toolkit prototype

With recent hydrogen fuel cell vehicle market acceleration, cities and neighborhoods where these cars are being sold exhibit a growing need to advance hydrogen fueling system deployments. Understanding and assessing hydrogen-fueling and -storage system risks is a challenging proposition because the necessary scientific information is diffuse and found only in isolated published papers, within research…