This preliminary agenda indicates the session titles and outlines the accepted oral presentations within each session. The final agenda will include presentation times and additional presentations following the selection of the John Bacha student award winner.

Sunday, September 8
Registration Open
Opening Welcome Reception
  
Monday, September 9
Welcome and Introduction by Mickaël Sicard, Conference Chairman
Keynote Presentation
Chevron Award of Excellence in Honor of John D. Bacha
SESSION 1
Fuel Production, Optimization and Certification
Improving the Quality of Advanced Recycled Oils
presented by Joseph Stark, Innospec Fuels Specialties
Unique Organic Carbonate based Solvents derived from CO2 for Sulfur Removal Technology
presented by Sankaran Murugesan, Baker Hughes
 
Storage, Handling and Combustion of a Novel Heating Fuel: EL
presented by Ryan Kerr, NORA
 
SESSION 2
Analytical Technique Development
Using GC×GC-TOFMS and Comparative Data Analysis Software to Gain a Deeper Understanding of Chemical Composition Changes in Fuel Studies
presented by Robert E. Synovec, University of Washington
Challenges and Insights in Applying Aviation Fuel Advanced Compositional Methods to Diesel Fuels
presented by N. Scott Bergey, U.S. Navy
Evaluating Diesel Blendstocks and Coprocessed Products Via SPE- GCxGC-QToF
presented by Richard J. Bell, Peraton
Water and Compositional Analysis in Liquid Petroleum Gases (LPGs) with the New VUV LUMA GC Detector
presented by Dan Wispinski, VUV Analytics
Predicting Non-CO2 Environmental Impacts of Sustainable Aviation Fuels Through Prescreening Stage
presented Mohammad Reza Ghaani, Trinity College Dublin
SESSION 3
Fuel Supply Chain, Storage, Handling and Logistics
Technology Development of Motor Gasoline Storage in Salt Caverns with Aspects of Quality Prediction, Storage and End-use
presented by Arkadiusz Majoch, Orlen S. A.
Navigating Fuel Integrity Challenges in Bulk Storage Facilities
presented by David Evans, Defence Science and Technology Group, Australia MoD
Re-Evaluation Of ASTM D5304: Detailed Comparison of Storage Stability Methods Through the Analysis of Liquid-Phase Chemistry
presented by Thomas Loegel, Naval Research Laboratory
Poster Session and Exhibitor Reception
Session Chair: Mickaël Sicard
  
Tuesday, September 10
SESSION 4
Fuel Quality Control
Demonstrable QA Standards in the Specification, Procurement, Delivery and Storage of Liquid Fuels for Use in Emergency Generators and Other Plant
presented by Carl M Atkinson, EDF Energy
Partial Survey of Aviation Turbine Fuel Impurities: Controls and Effects
presented by Randall C. Boehm, Washington State University
Measurement of Jet Fuel Interfacial Tension and its Relation to Micro-Separometer Data
presented by Shane Kosir, Univ. Of Dayton Research Institute
Insight into Sampling Processes of Aviation Fuel
presented by Moshe Rabaev, Israeli Air Force
Modified Ceramic Membranes for Carbon Circularity: From Lube Oil Purification to Chemical Recycling of Plastics
presented by Pieter Vandezande, Flemish Institute for Technological Research
SESSION 5
Fuel Chemistry, Research and Development
Impact of SBCs on the Behaviour of Polymer Materials and Effect of Fuel Cycling
presented by Mickaël Sicard, Office National d'Études et de Rerchercles Aérospatiales
Digital Transformation of Fuel Property and Composition Data for the Rapid Assessment of Conventional and Synthetic Fuels presented by Terrence W. Dickerson, Naval Air Systems Command
SESSION 6
Fuel Properties and Effects 
 
Characterization of Compositional Effects on the Dielectric Constant for Blends of Aviation Fuel Synthetic Blend Components and Petroleum-Based Aviation Fuels
presented by Shane Kosir, Univ. Of Dayton Research Institute
Low Temperature Behavior of Renewable Diesel and Blends with Petroleum Diesel
presented by Suzanne Golisz, Innospec Fuel Specialties
Low Temperature Dielectric Constant Measurement of Jet Fuel Constituents to Enable 100% SAF
presented by Harrison Yang, Washington State University
Engine Performance and Emissions: A model-based Assessment of Added Values of Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF)
presented by Stephan Ruoff, German Aerospace Center
From Marginal Fuel to 100% FT-SPK: The Impact of Hydrotreating on Fuel System Performance – Thermal Stability and Lubricity Behaviour and Implications for Fuel System Design
presented by Simon Blakey, University of Birmingham
Minimizing Aromatics Content in 100% 'Drop-in' Sustainable Aviation Fuel
presented by Conor Faulhaber, Washington State University Tri-Cities
Assessment of the Impact of Alternative Fuels on the Cetane Values and Proposed Models for Calculating it
presented by Nathalie Brassart, IFPEN
SESSION 7
Panel Discussion
Evening on Own
  
Wednesday, September 11
SESSION 8
Thermal Stability
Oxidation Mechanism of Sulfur-Containing Compounds and Antioxidant Depletion Dynamics: Insights into Interactions
presented by Jinxia Fu, University of Hawaii
Unravelling Sustainable Aviation Fuel Interactions: A Stability Perspective
presented by David Evans, Defence Science and Technology Group, Australia MoD
Study of Molecular Interactions in the Later Stage of Jet Fuel Surface Deposition: Combining Ab-initio Density Functional Theory with Experimental Analysis
presented by Rahimakhanim Babayeva, University of Sheffield
Thermal Autoxidation of Cycloparaffins: The Necessity for a Fuel-Specific Chemical Kinetic Mechanism for Synthetic Fuel
presented by Ehsan Alborzi, University of Sheffield
Comparative Study of Surface Deposition Propensity on Two Types of Metal Surfaces (Stainless Steel and Nickel Alloy) Under Aero-Engine Representative Conditions
presented by Xue Yong, University of Liverpool
Further Studies of Jet Fuel Oxidative Deposit Formation in Quartz Crystal Microbalance Experiments
presented by Krege M. Christison, Chevron
SESSION 9
Microbiological Contamination / Monitoring
Genomics and Transcriptomics Analysis Unveil Conserved Fungal Adaptive Mechanisms Essential for Thriving and Proliferating in Toxic Hydrocarbon Environments
presented by Osman Radwan, Univ. Of Dayton Research Institute
Graphene Oxide-Based Biofiltration: Unveiling its Potential in Establishing Microbial Fuel Filter
presented by Moshan S. Kahandawala, Univ. Of Dayton Research Insitute
Correlation Between Microbial Biomass in Aircraft Fuel Tanks and Aviation Fuel Samples with CFU Counts Obtained by Culture Methods
presented by Lucy Owen, ECHA Microbiology Ltd.
Session 10
Ground Fuels - Gasoline, Diesel and Biodiesel
 
Formula 1 Racing Fuel Evolution Inferred from Regulation Changes
presented by David Abdallah, EMTEC
Demonstrating Improved Combustion and Environmental Impacts from the Use of Diesel Detergent Additives
presented by Mary Dery, Innospec Fuel Specialties
Gasoline Chemistries and Effects on Properties
presented by Zainab Saihati, Saudi Aramco
Bunker Fuel Sustainability
presented by Joseph Stark, Innospec Fuel Specialties
IASH Awards Dinner
  
Thursday, September 12
SESSION 11
Fuel Testing and Test Methods
Comparison of Derived and Indicated Cetane Number for Aviation Turbine Fuels and Correlation with Lean Blow Out
presented by Jon Luecke, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Generation of Novel Dataset for Density, Dielectric Correlation, and Chemical Composition of Individual and Mixtures of Hydrocarbon Constituents in Aviation Fuel
presented by Syarir Akram Bin Jamaluddin, University of Sheffield
Increasing the Level of Detail of Compositional Analyses with GCxGC-FID/ qMS for Prescreening of Sustainable Aviation Fuels
presented by Hannes Lüdtke, Institute of Combustion Technology
SGMM - A Novel Model Utilizing Compositional Subgroup Information for Increasing Accuracy of Fuel Property Prediction in Prescreening
presented by Florian Pütz, DLR
Development and Evaluation of Rugged Portable Sensor for In-Field Measurement of Corrosion Inhibitor/Lubricity Improver Additive
presented by Scott Bergey, U. S. Navy
Closing Plenary Session