19th International Symposium on Flow Visualization ISFV 19
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ISFV 19
The scope and program of the conference are defined to provide an overview of recent developments in quantitative flow visualization techniques, both from an experimental and numerical point of view.
 
Themes And Topics
Experimental flow visualization
Advanced flow imaging and sensing techniques: PIV, PSP, MRI, infrared, acoustic, x-ray, … Measurement of various flow quantities: velocity, vorticity, pressure, temperature, concentration, …
 
Numerical techniques in quantitative flow visualization
Visual information and analysis, numerical visualization, AR/VR, pattern recognition, modal decomposition, data fusion and assimilation methods, machine learning techniques in flow visualization, …
 
Application of flow visualization
Flow control, hypersonic flow, multiphase and interface flow, compressible flows and gas dynamics, bio-fluid mechanics, heat transfer, transition and turbulent flow, …
 
Fulvio Scarano
Professor of Aerodynamics
Aerospace Engineering, TU Delft, The Netherlands
European editor of Measurement Science and Technology.
The research interests cover the development of particle image velocimetry (PIV) and its applications to aerodynamics from low-speed to the hypersonic regime. Notable developments are the image deformation technique, Tomographic PIV for 3D flow velocity measurements and its use to quantitatively determine pressure fluctuations and aeroacoustics analysis. By introducing Helium Filled Soap Bubbles as tracers, his group has extended of PIV to large-scale wind tunnel experiments with applications to ground vehicles and sport aerodynamics is an ongoing research effort. Current work deals with the extension of robotic volumetric PIV for pressure field determination over complex three-dimensional geometries.
   
Andreas Schroeder
Senior scientist of the German Aerospace Center
General manager of MOTAR and coordinator of the H2020 European project HOMER
Prof. Dr. Andreas Schrorder is group leader at the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in Gottingen, Germany. His research interests are the development and application of imaged-based measurement techniques for aerodynamic, -elastic and -acoustic research and turbulent flow diagnostics using Stereo and 3D PIV, BOS and 3D Lagrangian Particle Tracking (Shake-The-Box). He is presently coordinator of the H2020 European project HOMER (2018 -2021) and was coordinator of the DLR project SAMURAI (2012 -2014). He received several awards in recent years, including the 2010 STAB Research Award, 2010 AIAA Outstanding Paper Award in Ground Testing Technology, 2016 STAB Research Award and the “DLR Wissenschaftspreis” 2017.
   
Hui Hu
Professor of Aerospace Engineering, Iowa State University
Martin C. Jischke Professor
Editor of Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science-Elsevier Associate editor of ASME Journal of Fluid Engineering
Dr. Hui Hu is the Martin C. Jischke Professor of Aerospace Engineering at Iowa State University. His recent research interests include advanced flow diagnostics; aircraft icing physics and anti-icing/de-icing technology; wind turbine aerodynamics and thermal management of gas turbines. Dr. Hu received several prestigious awards in recent years, including 2006 NSF-CAREER Award, 2007 Best Paper in Fluid Mechanics Award (Measurement Science and Technology, IOP Publishing), 2009 AIAA Best Paper Award in Applied Aerodynamics, 2012 Mid-Career Achievement in Research Award of Iowa State University, 2013 AIAA Best Paper Award in Ground Testing Technology, and 2014 Renewable Energy Impact Award of Iowa Energy Center.