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IN-VENTO 2020

Posted on by ANIV Steering Committee

Due to the Covid-19 contingencies, a one-day online event will replace the forthcoming Conference of the Italian Association for Wind Engineering, scheduled for September 7th 2020. As in the past meetings, the online event will be aimed at offering prospects for young researchers in Wind Engineering in Italy and abroad.

More information at www.in-vento2020.org

 

The next IN-VENTO Conference will be held in Lecco, in 2022 hosted by Politecnico di Milano, and chaired by Alberto Zasso

NEWS FROM MEMBERS


International Advanced School on Thunderstorm outflows and their impact on structures

Posted on by Giovanni Solari

The International Advanced School will cover synoptic, mesoscale and thunderstorm meteorology, wind storms and climate changes, wind monitoring and thunderstorm detection, downburst modelling and signal analysis, laboratory and CFD simulation of downbursts, Monte Carlo simulation of wind velocity fields, fundamentals of bluff-body aerodynamics, wind loading and response of structures to thunderstorm outflows, full-scale monitoring of structures, damage induced by local storms, research and codification perspectives.

More information at www.thunderr.eu

NEWS FROM IAWE


IAWE Awards 2020

Posted on by ANIV Steering Committee

IAWE is calling for nominations for IAWE Awards 2020.

More information at www.iawe.org

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