会议名称：The 15th International Conference on Wind Engineering (ICWE15)
会议时间：September 1-6, 2019
会议地点：China National Convention Center
4-page extended abstract due December 31, 2018
Notification of acceptance of abstract March 1, 2019
Deadline for financial support application (No extension) May 15, 2019
Revised 4-page extended abstract due (No more extension) June 1, 2019
Full paper (Optional) due (No more extension) June 1, 2019
Early registration due July 1, 2019
ICWE15 September 1-6, 2019
The International Conference on Wind Engineering (ICWE) is the main event of International Association for Wind Engineering (IAWE). The history of ICWE can be traced back to the year of 1963 when the 1st International Symposium on Wind Effects on Buildings and Structures was held at Teddington, UK. In 1961, Davenport put forward an analysis framework that integrated the basic concepts of meteorology, micrometeorology, climatology, aerodynamics, structural mechanics and probability theory into a homogeneous model of the wind-excited behavior of structures, which promoted the cooperation and unity of related disciplines and contributed to the birth of ICWE and IAWE.
After continuous growing in several decades, both ICWE and IAWE have entered a comparatively mature stage. Currently ICWE is held every four years and rotates in the three Regions of IAWE. The 15th International Conference on Wind Engineering (ICWE) to be held in Beijing, China in September 1-6, 2019 is the first ICWE in China within the history of more than 50 years of ICWE. Tongji University and Beijing Jiaotong University proposed to co-host the conference in Beijing at the meeting of the General Assembly in Porto Alegre, Brazil, during ICWE14, June 2015, and our proposal was accepted.
We have made a good start of organizing this every four year event. We have selected a best venue, China National Convention Center (CNCC)(No.7 Tianchen East Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China) for this conference.The 15th International Conference on Wind Engineering invites papers on all wind engineering topics. We welcome contributions discussing new data, methods and tools as well as design solutions in wind engineering. Experimental and numerical techniques will be discussed, such as wind tunnel research, full scale measurements and computational fluid dynamics techniques and applications.
On behalf of the organizing committee, we sincerely invite you to join this important event.