Call For Papers
One-page abstracts on topics related to the conference themes are invited. Abstracts will be peer-reviewed. Abstracts of accepted contributions will appear in the conference book that will be available at the beginning of the conference. The full papers will be published in the conference proceedings, to appear on a CD-ROM that will be available also at the start of the conference. Only papers from registered participants will be published.
Authors are requested to follow the submission procedure described here.
A minisymposium consists of one technical session that focuses on a specific topic or research area associated with Computational Fluid Dynamics.
About 30 minisymposia will be organized during the Conference.
A minisymposium consists of a 30-minute lecture and four 20-minute papers, or six papers for a total duration of two hours. Each minisymposium will be organized as an invited parallel session with one or more coordinators.
Suggestions for topics are welcome provided that at least five (5) participants agree to submit abstracts. Please write your suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org, including the main topic and the titles of at least five (5) possible contributions, with the Author's names. The proposals will be reviewed by a scientific committee and in a maximum period of two weeks a Notification of Acceptance will be sent via e-mail to the organizer.
The Conference will feature minisymposia in several emerging and mature areas.
Special Technologic Sessions
Special Technology Sessions (STS) are thematic sessions devoted to industry oriented problems, focused but not restricted to the areas of Aeronautics Technologies or Energy. Participation to these sessions is restricted to invited speakers.