Subject:         WCCM V - Minisymposium on Aeroelasticity
   Date:         Thu, 23 Aug 2001 09:01:58 -0700 (MST)
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     To:         WCCM V - Aeroelasticity: ;

Dear Colleague:

The Fifth World Congress on Computational Mechanics will be held at
Technical University in Vienna, Austria, on July 7--12, 2002.
We (Charbel Farhat and Kurt Maute) are organizing a minisymposium on
Numerical Methods in Aeroelasticity. As an expert in the field we would
like to extend to you our cordial invitation to give a presentation.

If you are interested in contributing to this minisymposium, please,
submit a short abstract (up to 200 words) to one of us on or before
December 15, 2001:

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| Prof. Charbel Farhat             | Prof. Kurt Maute                  |
| Center for Aerospace Structures  | Center for Aerospace Structures   |
| and Department of Aerospace Eng. | and Department of Aerospace Eng.  |
| University of Colorado at Boulder| University of Colorado at Boulder |
| Boulder, Colorado 80309-0429     | Boulder, Colorado 80309-0429      |
| (303) 492.3992 (PH)              | (303) 720.2103 (PH)               |
| (303) 492.4990 (FAX)             | (303) 492.4990 (FAX)              |
| [EMAIL PROTECTED]      | [EMAIL PROTECTED]                |
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                           Call For Papers

                          MINISYMPOSIUM  ON
              "NUMERICAL METHODS IN AEROELASTICITY"

         WCCM V - Fifth World Congress on Computational Mechanics
                    Vienna, Austria, July 7th - 12th, 2002

                  (http://www.wccm.tuwien.ac.at/index.html)


     Scope and Objectives:

This Minisymposium will provide a forum for discussing state-of-the-art
computational methods for solving fluid/structure interaction related
problems. Papers are solicited in the following areas:

     o Hydroelasticity, aeroelasticity, and aeroservoelasticity
     o Fluid/Structure interaction phenomena
     o Multidisciplinary optimization
     o Linear and nonlinear solution methods
     o CFD on moving grids
     o Space-time methods
     o ALE schemes
     o Geometric conservation laws
     o Dynamic meshes
     o Discretization of transmission conditions
     o Partitioned and staggered analysis procedures
     o Academic and Industrial Applications

     Organization:

If you are interested in contributing to "Numerical Methods in
Aeroelasticity",
please contact either  Prof. C. Farhat or Prof. K. Maute
ON or BEFORE December 15, 2001 and enclose a short abstract
(up to 200 words) of your contribution.

In addition, please, follow the regular abstract submission and
registration
procedure of WCCM V (see for details http://www.wccm.tuwien.ac.at).
Please,
indicate the invitation to the minisymposium "NUMERICAL METHODS IN
AEROELASTICITY"
on the abstract submission form.

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Dr.-Ing. Kurt Maute
Assistant Professor
Center for Aerospace Structures
Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences
University of Colorado at Boulder
Room ECAE 183, Campus Box 429
Boulder, Colorado 80309-0429, USA

Tel. (303) 735 2103
Fax  (303) 492 4990
email [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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