Computational Chemistry Consortium Names Professor Henry Curran as its Chief Technical Advisor
The Computational Chemistry Consortium (C3) is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Henry Curran as its Chief Technical Advisor. Professor Curran has more than twenty years of experience in developing comprehensive detailed kinetic models. Currently he is the director of the Combustion Chemistry Centre and the Priority Research Area leader in Energy at the National University of Ireland Galway. “Including detailed kinetics of hydrocarbon fuels is critical for predicting combustion performance and emissions formation," explains Professor Curran. "Having a platform such as C3 for delivering accurate and efficient chemical mechanisms to industry is crucial for making reactive CFD more predictive.”
Dr. Kelly Senecal, founding member of C3, states, “We are thrilled that Henry Curran has joined our chemistry consortium as Chief Technical Advisor. Professor Curran is a world-renowned expert in chemical kinetics of hydrocarbon fuels, and his participation in C3 will ensure that our mechanisms will be formulated on a consistent and rigorous basis."
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- Kelly Senecal
- Director & Co-Founder
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