SIG33

13th ERCOFTAC SIG 33 Workshop, Progress in Flow Instability, Transition and Control

March 6-8, 2018, Paraty, Brazil


Scope:

The 13th SIG 33-ERCOFTAC Workshop belongs to the successful series initiated in 1999 in Toulouse.  The purpose of the present workshop is to provide a forum where new ideas and concepts on flow instability and control can be openly discussed. 

The current event is co-funded through the program Swedish Endowed Professor Chair at ITA in the Honor of Peter Wallenberg Sr. and will take place in Paraty, Brazil.

Topics:

We invite submission of abstracts on ongoing activities on:

  • Linear stability approaches, modal and non-modal theories, etc.
  • Effect of stochastic and deterministic excitations, receptivity, etc.
  • Nonlinear effects, "exact coherent structures", edge states, etc.
  • Control, estimation and compensation, etc.
  • Optimal and suboptimal control, experimental approaches, etc.
  • Reduced order models, etc.

Location:

Paraty, Brazil

Abstract deadline: 


Dec. 15, 2017
Please use the template (sample_sig33_13th.zip).

Organizers:

André Cavalieri (ITA), 
Ardeshir Hanifi & Dan Henningson (KTH)


Contact:

andre@ita.br
hanifi@kth.se
henning@mech.kth.se


        


Announcement

sig33_13th_workshop_announcement.pdf

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