Editorial Board
    • Editor-In-Chief
    • Editorial Board
      • Sébastien Caillat

        Fives Group and Vice-President of IFRF, France

        Since 2014, Sébastien has been Combustion Engineer at Fives Stein and has an M.Res. in Aerothermochemistery and a Ph.D in Combustion from CORIA lab, Rouen University in Normandy, France. Since 2013 Sebastien has been the Chairman of French Flame (CF).

      • Karen Finney

        University of Sheffield, UK

        Dr Karen N Finney is a chartered engineer and a research fellow at Energy2050 within the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Sheffield. Her research expertise is in low-carbon and sustainable energy generation, focussing conventional power, bioenergy and carbon capture.

      • Jörg Leicher

        GWI-ESSEN, GERMANY

        Jörg studied Mechanical Engineering at the Ruhr University Bochum, Germany, and was awarded a Ph.D. Since 2009, he has been working in the Department of Industrial Combustion Technology of Gas- und Wärme-Institut Essen e. V. (GWI) where he leads the Numerical Simulations Group.

      • Mathieu Lucquiaud

        UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH, UK

        Doctor of Engineering, Imperial College London; Steam cycle options for capture-ready power plants, retrofits and flexible operation with post-combustion CO2 capture. Master of Engineering, INSA Lyon (National Institute of Applied Sciences of Lyon).

      • Professor Lin Ma

        UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD, UK

        Professor Ma completed his PhD at the University of Leeds. He took up the post of Professor of Mechanical Engineering (Energy) at the University of Sheffield in February 2015, as a member of the Energy 2050 initiative.

      • Bill Nimmo

        UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD, UK

        Bill is a Reader in the Energy Engineering Group in the Mechanical Engineering Department at the University of Sheffield and is part of the team developing academic and industrial projects for the Energy 2050 initiative.

      • Fredrik Normann

        CHALMERS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, SWEDEN

        Fredrik Normann is Associate Professor at Chalmers University, Swede. He has a master in Chemical Engineering from Lund University.

      • Kumar Patchigolla

        UNIVERSITY OF CRANFIELD, UK

        Dr Patchigolla joined Cranfield University in 2009, Lecturer in 2012 and Senior Lecturer in 2017.

      • Professor Mohamed Pourkashanian

        UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD, UK

        Professor Pourkashanian is the General Secretary of the International Flame Research Foundation (IFRF), Head of Energy-2050 at the University of Sheffield, and is the Executive Director of PACT pilot-scale UK national facilities.

      • Philip Sharman

        Director of IFRF, UK

        Philip is the part-time Director of IFRF in the new phase of its activity based in the UK.  He is currently an Honorary Professor of the University of Nottingham and a Visiting Professor at the University of Sheffield.

      • Professor Colin Snape

        UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM, UK

        Colin is currently the Director of the EngD Centre in Efficient Power from Fossil Energy and Carbon Capture Technologies, Director of Midlands Energy Graduate School and the Head of Group for the Cleaner Fossil Energy and Carbon Capture Technologies (CFE&CCT) Research Group.

      • Professor Terry Wall

        UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE, AUSTRALIA

        Professor Wall has a high international standing for leadership and personal contributions in R&D on coal combustion which enhanced power station performance and environmental control in Australia and overseas.

      • Professor Alan Williams

        UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS, UK

        Professor Williams has worked in the combustion of gases, liquid fuels, coal and biomass and has published about 580 research papers in these topics.

      • Professor Yong Yan

        University of Kent, UK

        Yong Yan joined the University of Kent in 2004 as a Professor of Electronic Instrumentation and the Head of Instrumentation and Control. He has been Director of Research of the School of Engineering and Digital Arts since 2008. He has published more than 170 papers in peer reviewed journals.

      • Professor Hao Zhou

        Zhejiang University, China

        Zhou Hao obtained his bachelor’s, master’s and doctor’s degrees at the Department of Electrical Engineering in Zhejiang University in 1983, 1989 and 2004 respectively. He has been teaching at the Department of Electrical Engineering in Zhejiang University since 1983, where he was promoted as a professor in 2007, and was approved as a doctoral supervisor in 2008.

      • Professor Huaichun Zhou

        North China Electric Power University, China

        Current position: Professor of Key Laboratory of Condition Monitoring and Control for Power Equipment, Ministry of Education of China