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Conference organized by the Royal Aeronautical Society
- Applied Aerodynamics Conference
28, 29 & 30 July 2021
Bristol, United Kingdom
For more information, please click here
- Applied Aerodynamics Conference
COVID-19 UPDATES // POSTPONEMENT OF AERO2020 CONFERENCE IN 2021
Regarding your registration fees already settled, we offer to keep it for the next edition – in such case no additional charge shall be added and your registration shall remain valid – or to refund the full amount.
In order to manage a refund, you just have to contact us by replying to the email received on April 23.
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|3AF Individual Member||650 €|
|Speaker / Chairman||650 €|
|Academics / Student / PhD||400 €|
|Additional ticket for Banquet
Monday, March 23
Registration fee includes : Conference sessions attendance, Conference documentation, coffee breaks, lunches, banquet on Monday, March 23 and Conference Proceedings.
Online registration is available until Monday, March 16
The 2 technical visits proposed in the framework of the AERO2020 Conference to the pre-registered participants will give them the opportunity to discover the following facilities:
TECHNICAL VISIT #1
Visit of the research platform Prometée
14h00 – 16h00 // maximum 40 attendees
- Bruits & Vent anechoïc wind tunnel
- T200-S150 wind tunnels
- BATH High Temperature Wind tunnel
- MISTRAL Test Bench
- PERGOLA Test Bench
TECHNICAL VISIT #2
Visit of some research facilities in ENSMA
14h00 – 15h00 // maximum 20 attendees
- S620 wind tunnel
- Thermo-regulated wind tunnel
- CV2 Test Bench
Registration to one of this technical visit have to be done during the online registration to the Conference. Due to security reason, personal details will be required during the process, thank you for your understanding
For the visits to take place in the best possible material conditions, the number of participants for each visit is limited. Please be aware that registration to the technical visit will be accomodated on a first come, first serve basis.
At less than 7 days from the conference (March 16, 2020), € 350 cancellation fee will apply to participants, speakers and chairmen, € 250 to Academics, students / PhD.
Delegates who do not cancel before the start of the conference will be liable to the full registration fees.
COVID-19 UPDATES // POSTPONEMENT OF AERO2020 CONFERENCE ON APRIL 12-13-14, 2021
Please be aware that the special rates negotiated are still available for the new dates.
Early booking for the Conference is strongly recommended.
HOTELS CLOSE TO THE CONFERENCE VENUE
Hotel Campanile >> Special rate available with the Promo Code AERO2020
Boulevard René Descartes
86960 FUTUROSCOPE CHASSENEUIL
Phone : + 33 (0)5 49 49 06 58
HOTELS IN POITIERS CITY CENTER
Click here to download the detailled list of special rates
Other hotels close to the Poitiers Train Station listed here
>> COMPLEMENTARY CALL FOR PAPERS IS NOW OPEN <<
Click here to download it
OFFICIAL LANGUAGE & PUBLICATION
New abstracts (300 to 500 words, preferably with figures) have to be mailed to the 3AF Executive Secretariat (email@example.com) before November 16, 2020.
The Scientific Committee will inform the authors of acceptance by December 14, 2020 at the latest.
Papers must be submitted and presented in English.
The written version of the communication will be in English and must be sent to the 3AF Executive Secretariat (firstname.lastname@example.org) before February 22, 2021 to allow their insertion in the conference proceedings.
A 3AF template file will be provided for the preparation of the manuscript, you can download it in several format: coming soon
Among the many aspects of the problem, the following items will be considered for the Complementary Call for Papers (the list not being exhaustive):
- Turbulence modelling for analysis of unsteady industrial flows. URANS, hybrid and LES methodologies, Lattice-Boltzmann methods.
- Fundamentals: non-equilibrium turbulence physics for faithful representation of reality.
- Data-driven methods.
- Advances in measurement methodologies, data processing and wind tunnel experimentation.
- Coherent structures, stability approaches, reduced order modelling.
- Turbulent flow control methodologies.
- Laminar to turbulent transition.
- Aeroacoustics and turbulent sound sources.
- Turbulent compressible flows.
|New Abstract submission||November 16, 2020|
|New Abstract acceptance||December 14, 2020|
|Full length new or updated paper||February 22, 2021|
|Conference in Poitiers||April 12-13-14, 2021|
INFORMATION TO THE AUTHORS
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Authors will be invited to propose an extension of their works for publication in a special issue of the International Journal of Numerical Methods for Heat & Fluid Flow dedicated to the conference. Each paper is reviewed by the guest-editor and, if it is judged suitable for publication, it will be sent to at least two independent referees for peer review. It is also possible to submit papers for publication in the CEAS Aeronautical Journal. Authors are however free to publish their paper in any other journal, a reference to the conference being then appreciated.
See the COMPLEMENTARY CALL FOR PAPERS
The AERO2020 International Conference will be hosted by the
Pprime Institute (ISAE-ENSMA buildings)
in Poitiers, France
1, Avenue Clément Ader
86961 FUTUROSCOPE CHASSENEUIL (France)
Closer SNCF train station available : « Poitiers – Futuroscope »
Visit the official SNCF Website
Public transportation is available from Poitiers City Center.
Check your itinerary through the official website
You can download the map with all the transportation network here.
The bus stop to reach the Conference Venue is « Université »
|Thierry ALZIARY de ROQUEFORT||ISAE-ENSMA (Retired)|
|Aurélien ARNTZ||Safran Aircraft Engines|
|Holger BABINSKY||University of Cambridge|
|Abderrahmane BAÏRI||University of Paris West|
|Jean-Paul BONNET||University of Poitiers|
|Stéphane BURGUBURU||Safran Aircraft Engines|
|Olivier CADOT||University of Liverpool|
|Paola CINNELLA||Arts et Métiers ParisTech|
|Christophe CORRE||Ecole Centrale – Lyon|
|Jean COUSTEIX||ISAE-SUPAERO (Retired)|
|Jean DÉLERY||3AF and ONERA (Retired)|
|Philippe DEVINANT||University of Orléans (Retired)|
|Michel DUMAS||Safran Aircraft Engines|
|Patrick GILLIÉRON||Renault (Retired)|
|Patrick GONIDEC||Safran Nacelles|
|Erwin R. GOWREE||ISAE-SUPAERO|
|Vincent HERBERT||PSA Peugeot Citroën|
|Yannick HOARAU||University of Strasbourg|
|Denis JEANDEL||Ecole Centrale – Lyon|
|Azeddine KOURTA||University of Orléans|
|Annie LEROY||French Air force Academy|
|Sandrine PALERM||Nammo Ireland Limited|
|Pierre-Yves PAMART||Safran Aircraft Engines|
|Philippe PERRIER||Dassault Aviation (Retired)|
|Jean-Pierre ROSENBLUM||Dassault Aviation|
|William S. SARIC||Texas A&M University|
|Marie-Françoise SCIBILIA||CNRS (Retired)|