Aeroacoustics Research in Europe – 2021
Call for Contributions
One of the yearly activities of the Aeroacoustics Specialists Committee of the Confederation of European Aerospace Societies (CEAS-ASC) is to summarise significant R&D activities in Aeroacoustics in Europe in a report which is usually published as an article in the Journal of Sound and Vibration (JSV), for example:
Camussi, R., and Bennett, G. J. “Aeroacoustics Research in Europe: The CEAS-ASC Report on 2019 Highlights.” Journal of Sound and Vibration, Vol. 484, 2020, p. 115540. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jsv.2020.115540.
The editors of this year's Highlights will be Prof. Jan Delfs of DLR, Germany and Prof. Gareth J. Bennett of Trinity College Dublin
Please use the form below to upload your highlight. You are required to edit your contribution down to a maximum of 2000 characters (approx. 300 words). If the contribution summarizes the output from an EU project that has not already been reported as a highlight previously, then you may write a little bit more, but it must not exceed 4000 characters (approx. 600 words). Please note that the software will only allow 2000 or 4000 characters respectively, and additional characters will be deleted. If your contribution is curtailed or is badly edited it will be rejected.
References and equations (if required) must be provided in Latex form.
Figures should be emailed separately as per the instructions to be found on the form.
This year we aim to have the paper published in time for the 28th AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference which will take place in Southampton, UK, 14-17 June 2022. www.aeroacoustics2022.org
If your paper has already been published in 2021, then the deadline for submission using the link below is 8 December 2021.
If you have a paper which you expect to appear in November/December 2021 then it will have been accepted at this stage. Please contact Jan Delfs (email@example.com) with details naming the journal in which is will be published and a copy of the accepted paper.
The link below will be disabled after 8 December 2021.