Fuel Design

Fuel Design

Internship Description

Students will develop state of the art tools to determine the technical and environmental performance future fuels. He/she will also be involved in experiments in engines, flow reactors, and flames to improve models and to develop a deeper understanding of future fuel combustion performance. The student should have interest and/or expertise in one of the following areas: computer programming, life cycle assessment, reaction engineering, chemical thermodynamics, quantum chemistry, and combustion simulations. The student will use their knowledge to better understand fuel formation and combustion in engines. The student is expected to participate in writing journal publications and presenting research at conferences. http://cpc.kaust.edu.sa ​​​​​​​


Weekly updates on research progress
Presentation of your research at least three times during course of internship
Remaining in the lab/office during regular business hours (9am to 5 pm)
Written final report on internship projects.

Faculty Name

Mani Sarathy

Field of Study

Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemistry​