Welcome to ISWAV2019!
The 8th International Symposium and Workshop on Acoustics and Vibration (ISWAV 2019) will be held on October 22-26, 2019, in the scenic and cultural city of Hangzhou, China.
ISWAV is a focused Symposium where experts in the fields of acoustics and vibration convene to discuss and exchange ideas in current and emerging areas of research. The Symposium also emphasizes on pre-conference workshops including tutorials for participants and students. ISWAV 2019 is organized by the International Research Center for Innovative Technology in Acoustics and Vibration (CITAV) at Zhejiang University of Technology, founded by several international members in December 2012.
One mission of CITAV is to invite experts in the fields of acoustics and vibration to convene at least once per year to discuss emerging problems and applications in thematic topics of noise and vibration research. Previous Symposia have themes such as Advances in the Fundamentals and Applications of Vibro-Acoustics, Novel Techniques of Noise and Vibration Measurement and Control, and Innovative Noise and Vibration Technologies in Aircraft Applications. ISWAV2019 will be the 8th event in this series of successful international symposia to focus on Novel Materials/Sensors in Acoustics and Vibration.
ISWAV 2019 features a keynote speaker well-known in his field of research. Professor David Ewins of Imperial College UK is a fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering and a world renowned researcher in vibration modal analysis and applications.
We sincerely welcome your participation to share your research results and interact with well-known international experts.
Topics at a Glance
ISWAV 2019 welcomes contributions to support the thematic topic: Applications of Novel Materials/Sensors in Acoustics and Vibration, as well as, but not exclusive to, the following topics:
- Structural vibration
- Vibration control of structures with innovative materials
- Applications of AI and deep learning in NVH
- Vibroacoustic coupling problems
- Nonlinear vibration
- System identification
- Structural Acoustics
- Noise reduction by innovative damping materials and technologies
- Near-field acoustic holography and sound field visualization
- Noise-vibration testing
- Noise source localization and identification
- Beamforming technology
- Acoustic non-reciprocity
- Wave separations
- In-situ sound measurement techniques
The meeting is summarized in this one-page flyer.