National Energy Issues on Agenda for ACERC Conference

The Advanced Combustion Engineering Research Center (ACERC) includes presentations by and collaboration among BYU engineering students, international scientists and researchers.
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Feb. 24, 2010 - PRLog -- PROVO, Utah — The Advanced Combustion Engineering Research Center (ACERC) today announced its 24th Annual ACERC Conference. The conference includes presentations by and collaboration among BYU engineering students, international scientists and researchers. The event is sponsored by Novell, the Technology Center at Novell, and Sustainable Energy Solutions.

The objectives of ACERC are 1) to develop fundamental combustion engineering knowledge and technology; 2) to educate students at all levels who are capable of addressing critical, national energy issues; and 3) to transfer developed combustion technology to industry to help solve crucial combustion problems. 85% of the world’s energy comes from burning fossil fuels. ACERC strives to discover how to make burning fuels more efficient, more sustainable, and more environmentally friendly.

Thursday, February 25 from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Friday the 26 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Novell campus, 1800 Novell Pl, Provo, UT, Building B.

The public is welcomed to attend this year’s conference. Registration information: http://www-acerc.byu.edu/Emily/Annual%20Conference/Regist... . Schedule: http://www-acerc.byu.edu/Emily/Annual%20Conference/Schedu.... For more information, contact Emily Cannon at emilycannon@byu.edu.

ACERC was founded in 1986 by the National Science Foundation, under the direction of Dr. L. Douglas Smoot. ACERC was then a joint operation between Brigham Young University and the University of Utah. In 2004, the University of Utah formed a separate research center known today as ICSE. Since the separation, ACERC and ICSE have maintained close relations. http://www-acerc.byu.edu

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ACERC was founded in 1986 by the National Science Foundation, under the direction of Dr. L. Douglas Smoot. ACERC was then a joint operation between Brigham Young University and the University of Utah. In 2004, the University of Utah formed a separate research center known today as ICSE. Since the separation, ACERC and ICSE have maintained close relations. www-acerc.byu.edu
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