The 61st Israel Annual Conference on Aerospace Sciences will take place on Wednesday, March 9, 2022 at the Dan Panorama Tel Aviv Hotel, and Thursday, March 10, 2022, at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel.
The conference constitutes a forum for presenting and discussing recent advances in all areas of aerospace sciences, and, in particular:
- Aerodynamics, Fluid Dynamics, and Aeroacoustics
- Aeroelasticity, Fluid-Structure Interaction
- Aerospace Design, Manufacturing, and Maintenance
- Aerospace Systems Testing, Evaluation, Validation and Verification
- Air-Breathing and Rocket Propulsion
- Aircraft Structural Mechanics and Dynamics, Fatigue Life Evaluation
- All-Electric and Hybrid Aerospace Vehicles
- Astrodynamics and Space Systems
- Autonomous Systems, Avionics and Human-Machine Interfaces
- Combustion and Reactive Flows
- Computational Fluid Dynamics, Meshing and Visualization
- Cyber Security in Aerospace
- Flight Mechanics, Performance, Modelling, and Simulation
- Fluid Mechanics, Flow Control, Turbulence and Transition
- Guidance, Navigation, and Control
- Hydrodynamics and Multi-Phase Flows
- Industrial Projects – Challenges and Lessons Learned
- Multi-Disciplinary Analysis and Optimization
- Measurement Techniques in Ground and Flight Testing
- Parameter Estimation, Fault Detection, and Isolation
- Solid Mechanics and Aerospace Materials
- Student Project Competition
- Systems Engineering, System Simulation Modeling
- System-of-Systems and Distributed Multi-Agent Systems
- V/STOL and Rotary Wing Configurations
Prospective authors are invited to submit papers covering basic and applied research. Conference proceedings will be available in electronic form.
Student Project Competition
The conference hosts an annual student project competition. The competition is open to individuals or groups of undergraduate students with projects in all areas of aerospace sciences, conducted in an academic institute. To enter the competition, the paper should be classified upon submission as an undergraduate ‘student project’. Details about the competition can be found on the conference website at iacas.technion.ac.il/student-competition
Procedures for Submission
- Full paper drafts ( 30 pages max.), or extended abstracts (containing sufficient information to evaluate the work – at least 1000 words, plus figures and tables), written in English, should be submitted through this link on the conference website, iacas.technion.ac.il/submit-a-paper, by November 1st, 2021. A signed Security Clearance Form (available on the same site) is a prerequisite for submission.
- Papers will be judged based on their scientific and technical content, relevance to the scope of the conference, and originality. Preference will be given to full paper drafts. Following the reviewing process, around mid-November 2021, the authors will be notified whether their papers have been accepted.
- Final manuscripts of accepted papers, together with text-based abstracts, should be uploaded through the conference paper management site by Thursday, January 6, 2022.
Manuscript and text-based abstract preparation and formatting instructions are available on the conference website. Please note that the conference enforces the “no paper no podium” rule.
Prof. Avshalom Manela, Chair of the 61st IACAS Program Committee
c/o Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Technion, Haifa 32000, Israel
Email: email@example.com | Tel: +972-4-8292974 | Fax: +972-4-8292030 | Website: iacas.technion.ac.il
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