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|3AF Individual Member||650 €|
|Speaker / Chairman||650 €|
|Academics / Student / PhD||400 €|
|Additional ticket (banquet on March 25)||60 €|
All prices quoted are in EURO. Registration fee is free of tax.
At less than 7 days from the conference (March 17, 2019), € 350 cancellation fee will apply to participants, speakers and chairmen, € 250 to Academics, students / PhD.
Delegates who do not cancel before the start of the conference will be liable to the full registration fees.
As Paris is a well renowned touristic venue, you can find suitable accommodation venue quite easily, following your proper criteria. We invite you to make your reservation as soon as possible.
To help you in your research, please visit the official website and use the filters needed
You can download here a list of hotels close to the CNAM.
For your information, there are no block booking and no price agreement between AERO2019 and the surrounding hotels.
Participants who need accommodation have to book themselves.
PRELIMINARY PROGRAMME IS NOW AVAILABLE
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Updated on March, 22
Official Language & Publication
Communication abstracts (300 to 500 words, preferably with figures) have to be mailed to the 3AF Executive Secretary (firstname.lastname@example.org) before
November 19, 2018 NOVEMBER 30, 2018
The Scientific Committee will inform the authors of acceptance by December 17, 2018 at the latest.
Papers must be submitted and presented in English.
The written version of the communication will be in English and must be sent to the 3AF Executive Secretary (email@example.com) before February 18, 2019 to allow their insertion in the conference proceedings.
A 3AF template file will be provided for the preparation of the manuscript, you can donwload it in several format: WORD / PDF / LaTex
Among the many aspects of the problem,the following items will be considered (the list not being exhaustive):
|– Low and high speed buffet||– Unsteady and transient conditions||– Gust and crosswind / wind effects
|– Surge||– Flight at high altitude / high speed||– Ice accretion and droplet impact|
|– Operation at high angle of incidence
|– Take off and landing||– Ingestion (sand, birds, ice crystals, volcanic ash, foreign objects, etc.)|
|– Ground effect||– Atmospheric reentry||– Terrestrial vehicles in critical conditions (trailers instabilities, high speed trains)|
|– Intake separation and buzz||– Space launcher at lift-off conditions||– Tunnel effects and overtaking
|– Turbine blade tip clearance||– System failure conditions|
|Paper acceptance||December 17, 2018|
|Full paper||February 18, 2019|
|Conference in Paris||March 25-26-27, 2019|
Information to the Authors
Following the reception of your notification, you have until February 25, 2019 to send your full paper by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Authors will be invited to propose an extension of their works for publication in a special issue of the International Journal of Numerical Methods for Heat & Fluid Flow dedicated to the conference. Each paper is reviewed by the guest-editor and, if it is judged suitable for publication, it will be sent to at least two independent referees for peer review. It is also possible to submit papers for publication in the CEAS Aeronautical Journal. Authors are however free to publish their paper in any other journal, a reference to the conference being then appreciated.
See the Call for Papers
Executive Secretary: Anne Venables
Programme Coordinator: Jean Délery
8, Rue des Vertugadins
92190 Meudon, France
Phone : + 33 6 33 02 88 84
Email : email@example.com
The AERO2019 International Conference will be hosted by the
Conservatoire National des Arts & Métiers, in Paris.
Conservatoire National des Arts & Métier (Cnam)
292, Rue Saint Martin
Access by public transportation:
> Metro: Line 3 or 4, stop « Réaumur-Sébastopol »
> Bus: Line 20, 38 or 47
> For more information: please visit RATP website
|Thierry ALZIARY de ROQUEFORT||ISAE-ENSMA (retired)|
|Aurélien ARNTZ||Safran Aircraft Engines|
|Holger BABINSKY||University of Cambridge|
|Abderrahmane BAÏRI||University of Paris West|
|Jean-Paul BONNET||University of Poitiers|
|Stéphane BURGUBURU||Safran Aircraft Engines|
|Paola CINNELLA||Arts et Métiers ParisTech|
|Christophe CORRE||École Centrale de Lyon|
|Jean DÉLERY||3AF and ONERA|
|Philippe DEVINANT||University of Orléans|
|Piotr DOERFFER||Polish Academy of Sciences|
|Michel DUMAS||Safran Aircraft Engines|
|Patrick GILLIÉRON||3AF & Renault (retired)|
|Erwin R. GOWREE||ISAE-SUPAERO|
|Francesco GRASSO||IAT – CNAM|
|Vincent HERBERT||PSA Peugeot Citroën|
|Yannick HOARAU||University of Strasbourg|
|Denis JEANDEL||École Centrale de Lyon|
|Emilie JÉRÔME||DGA (French Procurement Agency)|
|Azeddine KOURTA||University of Orléans|
|Viviana LAGO||Institut ICARE|
|Sandrine PALERM||Nammo Ireland|
|Pierre-Yves PAMART||Safran Aircraft Engines|
|Jean-Denis PARISSE||University of Aix-Marseille|
|Philippe PERRIER||Dassault Aviation (retired)|
|Jean-Pierre ROSENBLUM||Dassault Aviation|
|William S. SARIC||Texas A&M University|
|Philippe SPALART||Boeing Commercial Airplanes|