Asia-Pacific Conference on Combustion
10-14 December 2017, Sydney

Awards and Grants

The following Prizes will be awarded:

ASPACC Paper Prizes

  • Six ASPACC Young Investigator Awards. These awards will be awarded to the best performing student presenters, as determined from the previous ASPACC meeting.

ANZ Section of the Combustion Institute Awards

  • The Terry Wall Best Student Paper Award valued at $800, is established with the generous donations from Professors Terry Wall AM FTSE and Dongke Zhang FTSE to recognise and encourage postgraduate students with the best contributions in the area of solid fuel combustion research at the Biannual Australian Combustion Symposium. The following criteria are to be met for the award to be made:
    • The paper is presented by a postgraduate research student reading for a PhD or Master by Research degree at an Australian university;
    • The paper presented is judged by a panel of experts to be the best paper in area of solid fuel combustion research;
    • The related work is chiefly carried out by the postgraduate research student.
  • Two Best Student Paper Prizes valued at $200 each. valued at $200 each. These awards aims to encourage excellence in combustion research and are supported by funds from the Australia and New Zealand Section of the Combustion institute.

These awards will be selected soon after the conclusion of the biannual conference of the Australia and New Zealand Section of the Combustion Institute (ANZCI). Selected will be based on the peer reviews of the presented paper, feedback from the session chair, if available and a final round of deliberations by the ANZCI-Committee (excluding members with conflicts of interest). Winners of these awards must be affiliated with an Institution from Australia or New Zealand. Winners will be announced on the ANZCI-Website.