The Schoegl Microcombustion Lab at LSU focuses on research on combustion technologies and diagnostics.

  • Premixed combustion and ignition phenomena (theory, experiments and simulations);
  • Computational diagnostics for detailed reacting flow simulations (CEMA);
  • Combustion with conjugate heat transfer and microcombustion;
  • Limited view tomography in optical combustion diagnostics;
  • Tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy, focusing Schlieren imaging;
  • Thermochemical energy conversion of alternative fuel sources (fuel reforming, gasification).

Other expertise

  • Materials processing for ceramic manufacturing and microfluidics (co-extrusion, embossing);
  • Mechatronics & instrumentation.