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Rolf D. Reitz

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  1. Recent Advances in 3-D Calculations for Internal Combustion Engines, Invited 2-hour Keynote lecture Workshop on Modeling of Internal Combustion Engines, Naples, Italy., Mar 12, 1996
  2. Modeling of Internal Combustion Engines, FIAT Central Research Laboratories, Turin, Italy, Mar 13, 1996
  3. Using Advanced Spray Combustion and Emissions CFD Models to Improve Diesel Engine Performance, Keynote lecture Third International FIRE User Meeting. (Received best paper award at the meeting)., Jun 17, 1997
  4. Emissions and CFD Models for Diesel Engines, Chrysler Technical Center, Auburn Hills, MI, Aug 18, 1997
  5. The Use of Multiple Injections and EGR for Emissions Control in D.I. Diesel Engines, Keynote Lecture Common-Rail Einspritzsysteme - Gegenwart und Zukunftspotential, International Conference, ETH Zurich, Nov 07, 1997
  6. Use of Multiple Injections and EGR for Emissions Control in D.I. Diesel Engines, ME903 Seminar, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Jan 21, 1998
  7. Using Spray, Combustion and Emissions CFD Models to Improve Diesel Engine Performance, Princeton University, MAE Combustion Seminar Series, Sep 18, 1998
  8. CFD Modeling of Improve Diesel Engines, ERCOFTAC-Seminar series, RWTH University, Aachen, Germany, Dec 02, 1998
  9. Developments in Spray Modeling in Diesel and Direct-Injection Gasoline Engines, Keynote Lecture, Multidimensional simulation of Engine internal flows Conference, IFP, Rueil-Malmaison, Paris, France, Dec 03, 1998
  10. Sources of PM in Diesel Combustion and the NOx/PM Tradeoff, Corning's Diesel Workshop, Corning, N.Y., Sep 27, 1999
  11. Controlling D.I. Diesel Engine Emissions Using Multiple Injections and EGR, UIC Mechanical Engineering Seminar Series, University of Illinois at Chicago, Nov 12, 1999
  12. Optimization of Diesel Engine Performance using Genetic Algorithms and CFD, Princeton University, Combustion Seminar Series, Dec 16, 1999
  13. Spray and Combustion Modeling in Gasoline Direct Injection Engines, Invited Keynote Lecture, 8th International Conference on Liquid Atomization and Spraying Systems, ICLASS-2000, Pasadena, CA., Jul 16, 2000
  14. Current Status of Engine Combustion Modeling with Application to Optimization of IC Engine Design, Invited Keynote Lecture, Joint International Combustion Symposium, Kauai, Hawaii, Sep 10, 2001
  15. Optimization of IC Engine Design for Reduced Emissions using CFD Modeling, Invited Keynote Lecture, THIESEL 2002 Conference on Thermo- and Fluid-Dynamic Processes in Diesel Engines, University of Valencia, Spain, Sep 10, 2002
  16. Engine Fuel Droplet High Pressure Vaporization Modeling, Invited Presentation at Topical Workshop on Gas Turbine/Rocket/Engine Sprays, ILASS-2003, Monterey, CA, May 18, 2003
  17. Overview of IC Engine CFD Modeling with Application to Engine Design Optimization, SAE Powertrain and Fluid Systems Conference and Exhibition, Pittsburgh, Pa, Keynote lecture: Thursday, Oct 30, 2003
  18. Diesel HCCI Research Directions, SAE Powertrain and Fluid Systems Conference and Exhibition, Pittsburgh, Pa, HCCI Panel presentation, Thursday, Oct 30, 2003
  19. Recent Developments in IC Engine CFD Modeling with Application to Engine Design Optimization, Pennsylvania State University Mechanical Engineering Department invited seminar, Nov 20, 2003
  20. Modeling Liquid Jet Atomization with Application to Engines, Science & Engineering Council Invited Seminar, S.C. Johnson & Sons, Inc., Racine, WI, Jan 15, 2004
  21. Interaction of Engines and Fuels, Naval Research Advisory Committee Panel Meeting, Arlington, VA, Jun 15, 2005
  22. Computational Fluid Dynamics Modeling of Diesel Engine Combustion and Emissions, 11th Department of Energy Diesel Engine Emissions Reduction Conference, Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, Illinois, Aug 21, 2005
  23. CFD Modeling of Diesel HCCI, SAE Homogeneous Charge Compression Ignition Combustion Symposium, Grand Hotel, Lund, Sweden, Sep 18, 2005
  24. Modeling of Diesel Combustion, Invited Presentation, Cummins Worldwide TSFE Conference, Cummins, Columbus, IN, May 18, 2006
  25. Low Temperature Combustion and Diesel Emission Reduction Research, 12th Diesel Engine Emission Reduction Conference, Detroit, MI, Aug 24, 2006
  26. CFD Modeling of Low Emissions Diesel Engine Combustion Processes, Invited Seminar, Mechanical Science and Engineering Department, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Oct 24, 2006
  27. Status of Diesel Combustion Modeling, Invited presentation, DOE BES Basic Research Needs Workshop, Arlington, VA, Oct 30, 2006
  28. CFD Modeling of Diesel Combustion, Invited Presentation, Reaction Design Model Fuel Consortium Meeting, San Francisco, Nov 19, 2006
  29. Advanced CDF Modeling for Internal Combustion Engine Design Optimization, Plenary Lecture, CD Adapco Japan CAE Solutions Conference, Yokohama, Japan, May 31, 2007
  30. Internal Combustion Engine Design Optimization using CFD, Invited plenary lecture, ICE2007 8th Intnl. Conf. on Engines for Automobiles, Capri, Naples. http://www.sae-na.it/ICE2007lectures.html , Sep 17, 2007
  31. Engine Design Optimization Using CFD, Plenary lecture, 12th SIAM International Conference on Numerical Combustion (NC08) , Monterey, CA, Mar 31, 2008
  32. “Internal Combustion Engine Modeling and Design Optimization,", Invited Plenary lecture, ILASS Americas, 21st Annual Conference on Liquid Atomization and Spray Systems, Orlando, Florida, May 18, 2008
  33. “Multi-dimensional Modeling of IC Engines with Advanced Spray and Chemistry Models,”, Invited Presentation, Bridging the Gap Seminar Series, Argonne National Labs, Jun 11, 2008
  34. State of the Art in Spray Modeling, Invited Presentation, Procter & Gamble, Cincinnati, OH , Apr 01, 2009
  35. Study of Diesel Spray Primary Breakup, Invited Presentation, Argonne National Labs , May 06, 2009
  36. Improving Fuel Efficiency with Fuel-Reactivity-Controlled Combustion, Engine Research Center Symposium - Reducing Fuel Consumption: Solutions and Prospects, Madison, WI, Jun 10, 2009
  37. High-Efficiency, Ultra-Low Emission Combustion in a Heavy-Duty Engine via Fuel Reactivity Control, Invited presentation, 15th Diesel Engine-Efficiency and Emissions Research (DEER) Conference, Dearborn, MI, Aug 03, 2009
  38. Blending gasoline and diesel to create the most efficient and cleanest engine, First Look Forum for early Stage Investors, UW Partnership Training Center, Madison, WI, Sep 03, 2009
  39. High-Efficiency, Ultra-Low Emission Combustion in a Compression Ignition Engine via Fuel Reactivity Control, or, Blending gasoline and diesel to create the most efficient and cleanest engine , Invited presentation, Mechanical Engineering Departmental Seminar Series, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Nov 06, 2009
  40. Toward the 60+% Thermal Efficiency IC Engine, Invited panel presentation, SAE Congress, Detroit, MI [watch video of presentation], Apr 13, 2010
  41. High-Efficiency, Ultra-Low Emission Combustion via Fuel Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition (RCCI), Ford Research and Innovation Center, Invited Presentation, Aug 23, 2010
  42. The Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition Engine: Simulating Performance in a Changing Fuel Environment, 3rd Multi-Agency Coordinating Committee (MACCCR) Fuel Summit Review, Invited Presentation, Sep 20, 2010
  43. High Efficiency Fuel Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition (RCCI) Combustion, 16th Directions in Engine-Efficiency and Emissions Research (DEER) Conference Detroit, Michigan, Invited Panelist, Sep 28, 2010
  44. Fuel Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition (RCCI) for High-Efficiency, Ultra-Low Emission Internal Combustion Engines, William C. Reynolds Memorial Seminar, Stanford University, Oct 27, 2010
  45. Fuel Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition: A Pathway to High-Efficiency, Clean Combustion , SAE Government/Industry Meeting, Washington, DC, Jan 28, 2011
  46. RCCI and Other Highly Efficient Engine Concepts; Spray Modeling for Fuel Efficiency; Combustion Modeling and Simulation , Reaction Design Distinguished Speaker Video Series, http://www.reactiondesign.com/events/open/distinguished_speaker_series.html, Mar 01, 2011
  47. Fuel Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition (RCCI) - A practical Path to High-Efficiency, Ultra-low Emission Internal Combustion Engines , SAE High efficiency Engine Symposium Invited presentation, Detroit, MI, Apr 10, 2011
  48. Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition: A Pathway to High-Efficiency, Clean Internal Combustion Engines , 5th Annual Nelson Institute Earth Day Panel Session: Innovation in Clean Technology, Madison, WI, Apr 20, 2011
  49. Future Fuels and Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition (RCCI), ERC Symposium - Future Engine and their Fuels, Madison, WI, Jun 08, 2011
  50. Fuel Flexibility and Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition (RCCI), Argonne National Laboratory - Workshop on Techniques for High-Pressure Combustion, Aug 29, 2011
  51. Gasoline-diesel “cocktail” — a potent recipe for cleaner, more efficient engines, SAE ICE 2011 10th International Conference on Engines and Vehicles, Capri (Napoli), Italy, Sep 12, 2011
  52. Reactivity Controlled Combustion, Invited lecture, Engineering Professional Development short course, Madison, WI, Nov 08, 2011
  53. A Review of the Development and Application of Spray Combustion Models in the Automotive Industry, Invited Lectures, Imperial College, London , Apr 16, 2012
  54. Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition (RCCI) for cleaner, more efficient engines , North American Association of Chinese Engine Engineers (NAACEE) 2012 Annual Conference, Detroit, MI, Apr 24, 2012
  55. Dual Fuel Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition (RCCI) for In-cylinder NOx and Soot Reduction , CTI 4th International Conference on NOx Reduction Current and Future Solutions for On- and Off-Road Applications, Detroit, MI, Jun 19, 2012
  56. Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines, 2012 Princeton Combustion Energy Frontiers Research Center (CEFRC), Summer Program on Combustion: http://www.princeton.edu/cefrc/combustion-summer-school/archived-programs/2012-session/lecture-notes/ , Jun 27, 2012
  57. Advanced Combustion Strategies: A Pathway to High-Efficiency, Clean Internal Combustion Engines, 2012 Energy Summit Panel Session: Efficient Buildings and Vehicles, Madison, WI, Oct 20, 2012
  58. Advanced CI Combustion Technologies for Improved Light Duty Automotive Emissions and Fuel Economy, SAE Emissions Control for Light Duty Automotive Vehicles Symposium, Combustion Engine Technologies and CO2 and Emissions Challenges, Detroit, MI., Jan 16, 2013
  59. Fuel Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition (RCCI) for High-Efficiency Internal Combustion Engines , Princeton University, Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering (MAE) Spring Seminar Series, Mar 08, 2013
  60. Reitz, R.D., “Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition (RCCI) for ultra-high efficiency IC engine operation with low NOx and PM emissions plus transient control, SAE High Efficiency IC Engine Symposium, Westin Book Cadillac Hotel, Detroit, MI, Apr 14, 2013
  61. Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines, 2014 Princeton Combustion Energy Frontiers Research Center (CEFRC), Summer Program on Combustion, 15 hr. Course, Jun 23, 2014
  62. Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition (RCCI) for high-efficiency clean IC engines, Aurel Stodola Lecture, ETH Zurich, https://www.mavt.ethz.ch/content/dam/ethz/special-interest/mavt/department-dam/news/documents/ETH-Reitz-11-09-2016.pdf, Nov 09, 2016

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