Flow-induced structural-vibration and noise are encountered in a plethora of engineering and naturally occurring systems. Their phenomenology entails or combines aspects from the broad fields of Fluid Mechanics, Fluid-Structure Interaction and Acoustics. Understanding, controlling or exploiting such phenomena is now enabled by rapidly developing techniques and technologies such as signal processing, flow visualization and diagnostics, new functional materials, and sensors and actuators.
The essential inter-disciplinary nature of Fluid-Structure-Sound Interactions and Control (FSSIC) provides a rich arena for discoveries and innovations that may range from fundamental insights in complex phenomena such as turbulence through to applied research that harnesses the multi-physics of an interactive system.
The 3rd Symposium on Fluid-Structure-Sound Interactions and Control (FSSIC) will bring together researchers in the rapidly advancing Asia-Pacific region and will be held in Perth, Western Australia, from (Monday) 6th to (Thursday) 9th July. The meeting serves to provide a forum for academics, scientists and engineers working in all branches of FSSIC to exchange and share latest developments, ideas and advances, bringing them together, from both East and West, to push forward the frontiers of FSSIC.
The 3rd Symposium on FSSIC follows on from the successful 2nd Symposium that was held in May 2013 at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
Professor Tony Lucey
Office No.: +61-8-9266-7048
Professor Tilak Chandratilleke
FSSIC2015 Deputy Chair
Office No.: +61-8-9266-7047
A/Professor Ramesh Narayanaswamy
FSSIC2015 Vice Chair
Office No.: +61-8-9266-4438
Ms Sucy Leong