The Royal Aeronautical Society is proud to announce that its next biennial Applied Aerodynamics research Conference will take place in Bristol between the 24th and 26th July 2018.
Aviation is growing steadily, traffic forecasts suggest doubling over the next two decades and the need for efficient and sustained growth is recognised.
The 2018 Royal Aeronautical Society biennial Applied Aerodynamics Research Conference will also mark the 100th anniversary of the formation of the RAF. It will provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of aspects of the advancement of the aerodynamic disciplines and their application in the military context through current research, nearer term conception and longer term design and operations.
It is intended that the conference will provide an opportunity to review successes of the past and raise the profile of the challenges ahead and highlight the technologies required to ensure cost-effective solutions in a global market in sympathy with the increasingly demanding operational and environmental considerations.
The Conference is targeted at aerodynamics researchers, practitioners and programme managers from academia, industry and research establishments worldwide. The objective being to bring together aerodynamics professionals for a balanced perspective of fundamental science issues, and technological challenges related to current and future developments. In addition presenting new ideas, research results, and technology integration and validation as well as
providing a forum for the presentation and discussion of results and experiences with a view to collaborations for future enhancement of capabilities. Finally the aim is to identify areas needing additional research and development.
|Abstract Deadline||2 March 2018|
|Authors Notified||Late March 2018|
|Programme released||Early April 2018|