Second International Symposium on
Flutter and its Application
List of topics
Flag & panel flutter
Flutter in biomechanics and bio-
Flutter in marine engineering
Flutter in sports engineering
Flutter of bridges
Flutter in axial flows
Energy harvest based on flutter
Galloping of cables and basic sections
Structural dynamics for aeroelastic applications
Vortex induced vibration and motion
Grigorios Dimitriadis obtained a MEng in Aeronautical Engineering from Imperial College London and a PhD in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Manchester, where he started his lecturing career. He is now a full professor at the University of Liège where he is also president of the Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering department. His research area is aeroelasticity, with particular application to nonlinear theoretical and experimental aeroelasticity, flutter testing, system identification and nonlinear dynamics. He has also worked extensively on unsteady aerodynamics, dynamic stall and flapping flight.
He is the author of Introduction to Nonlinear Aeroelasticity, published by Wiley.
Taketo Mizota started to investigate the flutter problem of the bluff body. Before the birth of the PIV method, he made a flow vector sensor named tandem type hot-
Then his interest has been spread to the erratic behavior of baseball ball as the knuckle ball, fork ball and SFF. He has established the 3-
His Keynote lecture at ISFA 2020 will be focused on the Sports Ball Aerodynamics.