The Local Organising Committee for the 33rd International Symposium on Shock Waves is pleased to present the International Colloquium on Shock Waves (ICSW) in the first week of December 2021.
Whilst this year’s symposium, ISSW33, had to be cancelled due to travel restrictions associated with COVID-19, the Local Organising Committee will instead coordinate six seminars from eminent researchers on topics related to shock waves, including hypersonic boundary layer transition measurements, numerical simulation of reactive flows, electric supersonic and hypersonic propulsion, rotating detonation engine flight testing, manipulating hydrodynamic instabilities, and ignition of aluminium particles in a shock tube.
All ICSW sessions will occur on Zoom and are free of charge. Prior registration on Zoom is recommended to receive updates and to avoid missing out if sessions reach capacity.
The ICSW consists of three separate plenary events between 6 and 10 December 2021. These events have been scheduled at different times of the day such that at least two sessions should occur at convenient times for participants in all parts of the world. Each session is three hours in duration and includes two plenary presentations from research leaders in the shock waves community.
The program of this session is:
"Welcome to the new world of electronic hypersonic and supersonic propulsion" by Professor Allan Paull, The University of Queensland
Virtual Facility Tour:
Associate Professor Anand Veeraragavan, The University of Queensland
"The Space Flight Experiment of Detonation Engine System Using The Sounding Rocket S-520-31" by by Professor Jiro Kasahara, Nagoya University
This is the second session of the ICSW. Registration links for the first and third sessions can be found below:
First session: https://uqz.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_8nV8str3R3iF-1WP1JBwFw
Third session: https://uqz.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_uMNN2m9rSuaB4ZZL-cWzjA