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ASME IC Engine Division Mission Statement Engine Division

The mission of the ASME Internal Combustion (IC) Engine Division is to promote and recognize advancements in the art, science, and practice of engineering in the field of internal combustion (IC) engines. The Division provides an inclusive forum for the documentation, worldwide dissemination, and recognition of technical achievements and diverse ideas related to IC engines, for the benefit of humanity.

ICE Forward Conference

The ICE Forward Conference (previously known as the Internal Combustion Engine Fall Technical Conference) is an annual event with the objective to promote the understanding, development, design, manufacture, and application of reciprocating internal combustion engines for our present and future societies. These engines include compression ignition, spark ignition, and other advanced engines used in mobile and stationary applications. Technical paper topics span theoretical subject areas to practical applications, incorporating both on- and off-road engines, advanced combustion, fuels, and electrification and emissions systems. Thermal management, carbon management, fuel injection, lubrication, and modeling and simulation are also covered.

Previous ICEF conferences have been held in: Indianapolis, IN (ICEF2022), Virtual (ICEF2021, ICEF2020); Chicago, IL (ICEF2019); San Diego, CA (ICEF2018); Seattle, WA (ICEF2017); Greenville, SC (ICEF2016); Houston, TX (ICEF2015); Columbus, IN (ICEF2014).

Submit an abstract today to participate in the ICE Forward 2023 conference and connect with experts from industry, academia, and governmental agencies worldwide. ICE Forward 2023 is your forum to discuss current and future trends, and to exchange information related to the science and engineering of internal combustion engines.

Technical Tracks

  • Off-Road Systems
  • Fuels and Carbon Management
  • Advanced Combustion
  • Powertrains and Hybridization
  • Emissions Control (CLEERS* @ ICE Forward)
  • Modeling and Simulation
  • Design, Lubrication, and Thermal Management

*CLEERS:  Cross-Cut Lean Exhaust Emissions Reductions Simulations


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