About Flinovia

flinovia is a group of researchers who focused their research activities on the structural excitation by turbulent flows, including turbulent boundary layers, ingested turbulence, free and impinging jets, and other turbulent shear layers. Structural response, including vibration, stress, as well as sound re-radiation are of particular interest to the group.

The 4th flinovia symposium will be held in UNSW Sydney, Australia, 22 – 24 May 2023. The previous editions were held in Rome (2013), Penn State (2017) and Lyon (2019). There are oral presentations by selected speakers who have 40 minutes each. After the conference, the contributed papers are considered for publication in a printed version edited by Springer.

For more information, visit Flinovia

Conference Program

Conference Venue

The conference will be held at UNSW Sydney.

Level 5 Ainsworth Building (J17)
UNSW Sydney
Kensington, NSW 2052

Plan your visit: https://www.estate.unsw.edu.au/getting-here


Listed below are the recommended accommodation options, which are located within walking distance to the conference venue at UNSW Sydney:

High Cross Randwick by Sydney Lodges
7-9 Cuthill St, Randwick NSW 2031
(02) 9314 5553

Royal Hotel Randwick
2 Perouse Rd, Randwick NSW 2031
(02) 9399 3006

Veriu Randwick
4-star hotel
65-71 Belmore Rd, Randwick NSW 2031
(02) 9326 4919

The Blenheim Randwick
3-star hotel
26 Blenheim St, Randwick NSW 2031
(02) 8345 8400

Crowne Plaza, Coogee Beach
242 Aren Street, Coogee, SW 2034
(02) 9315 7600

The Alison Randwick
2-star hotel
136-138 Alison Rd, Randwick NSW 2031
(02) 9399 3883

Scientific Committee

Elena Ciappi, CNR-INSEAN, Italy

Vincent Clair, University of Lyon / ECL, France

Sergio De Rosa, University of Naples “federico II”, Italy

Fransesco Franco, University of Naples “federico II”, Italy

Jean-Louis Guyader, University of Lyon / INSA Lyon, France

Steve Hambric, Penn State University, USA

Randolph Leung, Hong Kong Polytechnic Institute, Hong Kong

Laurent Maxit, University of Lyon / INSA Lyon, France

Nicolas Totaro, University of Lyon / INSA Lyon, France

Organising Committee

Con Dolan

Prof. Con Doolan, UNSW Sydney

Associate Dean (Academic Programs)

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