6th ERCOFTAC SIG 33 Workshop 

Kleinwalsertal, Austria.

June 17th - 20th, 2007


The conference aims to provide a forum for exchange of information of all aspects of laminar-turbulent transition mechanisms, prediction and control. We wish to bring together people working in this area using analytical, computational or experimental approaches.

To make the workshop as efficient as possible, regarding ample time for presentation and discussions, we wish to keep the number of participants around 30.

Programme and book of abstracts:




Kleinwalsertal belongs to Austria but it is unique in that it is only accessible through Germany (Oberstdorf). It sits at an elevation of between 1086 m to 2536 m and with its four villages, Riezlern, Hirschegg, Mittelberg and Baad, it promises an enjoyable holiday for every taste. The Söllerhaus in Hirschegg (el. 1320m) belongs to the University of Stuttgart and offers all necessary facilities for seminars, conferences and excursions in a unique environment (see

Organizing committee:

Ulrich Rist (Stuttgart University)
Ardeshir Hanifi (FOI / KTH)


apl. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Rist
Institut f. Aero- & Gasdynamik
Universität Stuttgart
Pfaffenwaldring 21, 70550 Stuttgart

Tel.: +49-711/685-63432
Fax: +49-711/685-63438

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