Italian Section of The Combustion Institute

Fellows of the Combustion Institute

Members of the international combustion community recognized by their peers as distinguished for outstanding contributions to combustion, whether it be in research or in applications, may be designated Fellows of The Combustion Institute. This lifetime honorific title confers no special rights, privileges or duties. Fellows are active participants in The Combustion Institute, as evidenced by the publishing of papers in CI affiliated journals, attendance at the International Symposia on Combustion, and/or attendance at CI Section meetings.

The honor of being elected Fellow helps members of The Combustion Institute remain competitive for awards, honors, and promotions when compared with people from other disciplines. The honor also supports CI members in their advancement to leadership positions in their own institutions and in the broader society.


2021 Class of Fellows

Antonio Cavaliere, University of Naples Federico II, Italy
for pioneering contributions to liquid fuel atomization, particulate formation and pollutant reduction, heterogeneous combustion, supercritical evaporation, and combustion in transitional and turbulent systems


2020 Class of Fellows

Anna Ciajolo, Istituto di Ricerche sulla Combustione – CNR, Italy
for innovative research in the characterization of condensed phases and soot particles in flames

Mara de Joannon, Istituto di Ricerche sulla Combustione – CNR, Italy
for pioneering and outstanding contributions to the establishment of concepts and knowledge of innovative diluted combustion technologies


2019 Class of Fellows

Tiziano Faravelli, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
for breakthrough research on the numerical modeling of chemically reacting flows with detailed chemistry

Eliseo Ranzi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
for ground breaking contributions in modeling combustion kinetics with a focus on lumping approaches for pyrolysis and low-temperature chemistry


2018 Class of Fellows

Andrea D’Anna, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy
for innovative research in combustion science, especially in the area of soot formation