1st Annual International Conference on Space Environment & Aviation Technology (SEAT 2013)

  • Conference Call
  • The Global Science and Technology Forum (GSTF) is kindly inviting you to participate in the first annual international conference on Space Environment and Aviation Technology (SEAT 2013), held May 6-7, 2013 in Singapore.

    Conference Theme

    SEAT conference serves as a platform for aerospace scientists and engineers who are in academia, government labs and industry to share and disseminate scientific knowledge, research results, and perspectives on the new challenges, future opportunities and emerging trends in aviation education, research and programs.

    The themes of the conferences are:

    Space Environment

    Covers aerospace community, atmospheric/space/planetary environment, aviation weather, space weather, and other related space and atmospheric environment.

    Aviation Technology

    Covers topics on Aerospace Engineering and Aeronautical Engineering

    Conference Highlights

    • Keynote Address: "Adaptive Aerostructures: The Coming Aerospace Revolution" will be delivered by:

      Dr. Ron Barrett-Gonzalez – Director of the Adaptive Aerostructures Laboratory, Associate Professor, Aerospace Engineering Department, President-Elect, Kansas Conference of the American Association of University Professors, The University of Kansas, USA

    • The Conference Proceedings (Print ISSN: 2315-4152, E-Periodical ISSN: 2315-4160) will be indexed by EBSCOCrossRefProQuest and will be submitted to ScopusScienceDirect and Cabell's Directories amongst others, where applicable.
    • Best Paper Awards and Best Student Paper Awards will be conferred at the conference (in order to qualify for the award, the paper must be presented at the conference).
    • SEAT 2013 will also constitute a Special Panel Session.
    • Panel Proposals are invited for submission to the SEAT 2013. A minimum of three papers centering on a specific topic will be accepted for submission under Panel Category.

    Conference Topics

    Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

    • Adaptive Structures
    • Adaptive Munitions
    • Acoustic Radar
    • Advanced Structural Design
    • Aerodynamic optimisation
    • Aerodynamic-structural coupling
    • Aeroelasticity / aerolastic design
    • Aerospace materials
    • Air traffic management
    • Aircraft design
    • Aircraft trailing vortex flows
    • Auxetics
    • Biomechanical Modelling
    • Bluff body flow control
    • Boundary Element Method
    • Buckling of Thin-Walled Structures
    • Collision-Avoidance Systems
    • Composite Coupon, Element and Structural Testing 
    • Composite materials/structures
    • Computational Impact Modelling
    • Computational meshes
    • Computational Solid Mechanics
    • Crack Arrest and Self-Healing Composites 
    • Crack Growth Modelling
    • Deformation techniques
    • Dragless Wings
    • Drag-Reduction Technologies
    • Dynamic fluid loading on deep water riser pipes
    • Efficiency of high and low order discretisations
    • Elliptic preconditioning of unstructured hybrid spectral/hp element methods
    • Experimental methods in low speed flows.
    • Failure Analysis and Fracture Mechanics
    • Failure Analysis, Fractography and Damage Tolerance 
    • Failure criteria
    • Failure Mechanisms
    • Failure of composites
    • Fatigue and Fracture
    • Ficitious domain methods for high order discretisations
    • Finite element analysis
    • Flight flutter testing
    • Flow dynamics of arterial bypass grafts
    • Flow forces at arterial branches and their association with arterial disease patterns
    • Flow-induced vibration
    • Fluid structure interaction of bridge deck 
    • Foams
    • Fracture Mechanics
    • Fracture Toughness and Delamination Growth 
    • Fundamental aspects of bluff body flows
    • Gas dynamics
    • Geometric classification of peripheral bypass grafting
    • Geometrically Nonlinear problems
    • Guided Bullets
    • High order particle tracking
    • High speed flows
    • High-speed combustion modelling
    • Honeycombs
    • Hovering Missiles
    • Impact (Threats, Resistance and Damage tolerance) and Energy Absorption 
    • Instability analysis of wakes
    • Interplanetary spacecraft systems design
    • Large Deflection, Buckling and Post-buckling
    • Low speed wind tunnel design
    • Lightning-strike Technologies
    • Mesh generation
    • Mesh generation for high order compact approximations
    • Meshless Methods
    • Metal-ceramic composites
    • Micro- and Nano Aerial Vehicles
    • Microstructural design
    • Microstructural Modelling
    • Model predictive control
    • Modeling of hetrogeneous LDL accumulation due to concentration polarisation
    • Multifunctional Materials
    • Multilayered Structures
    • Multiphysics
    • Multi-physics Modelling
    • Multiscale Modelling
    • Nano and microsatellites
    • Nano Reinforced Composites (Hierarchical Composites)
    • NanoComposites
    • Nanocomposites coatings
    • Nanocrystallined magnetic materials
    • New Engine Cycle Research
    • Novel Experimental Designs
    • Optimisation
    • Phase A studies of scientific spacecraft
    • Plasticity and Creep
    • Power systems for satellites
    • Probabilistic aspects of material fatigue
    • Progressive damage modelling
    • Reduced modelling of the full human vascular system 
    • Renewable Energy
    • Road vehicle aerodynamics
    • Robotics
    • Sensitivity Analysis and Optimisation
    • Separated flows past deformed and wavy cylinders
    • Shock tubes
    • Smart materials
    • Smart Structures
    • Smart Structural Design
    • Space Debris and micrometeoroid impact
    • Spacecraft control
    • Stochastic and Probabilistic Analysis
    • Structural Dynamic and Impact
    • Structural Dynamics
    • Structural Power Materials
    • Supersonic Aerodynamics
    • Systems Engineering
    • Thermal design of satellites
    • Thin Walled Structures
    • Trajectory optimization
    • Unmanned air vehicles
    • Unsteady vortex methods
    • Vibroacoustics
    • Visual Aircraft Cloaking
    • Vortex-induced vibration of offshore risers
    • Wave and current loading on offshore structures
    • Wear and Contact Mechanics
    • Wind loading and response of buildings and structures
    • Wind tunnel testing
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