Institute for Combustion Technology (ITV)

ITV deals with the modelling and simulation of turbulent, reacting multiphase flows in energy conversion and nanoparticle processes.

About us

With about 20 scientific employees and students, the Institute for Combustion Technology of the University of Stuttgart conducts research on the fundamentals of modelling and simulation of turbulent, reacting flows in the areas of gas phase combustion, multiphase flows (gaseous/liquid and gaseous/solid) and nanoparticle processes. The teaching of ITV covers the fundamentals and advanced topics in combustion technology and simulation of reacting flow systems, as well as related programming basics.

Please note that there will be no consultation hours at the institute until further notice!

The office will be staffed sporadically on site, but one can contact the office via email.

In general, all staff can be contacted via email.

We offer to the students the opportunity to take part in the upcoming presentations of the study- and master theses at ITV and to receive proof of this (form "seminar lectures").

A binding registration for the presentations is necessary so that everyone can adhere to the university's hygiene concept. Please write an email to the secretariat with your name and matriculation number and the date of the presentation. All further instructions will then follow via email.


currently no presentations

PLACE: Herdweg 51, lecture hall 51.01, Tuesdays - 02:00 - 04:00pm

Latest Publications


This picture showsAndreas Kronenburg
Univ.-Prof. Dr.

Andreas Kronenburg

Director of the Institute

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Oliver T. Stein

Deputy director

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Ricarda Schubert


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