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Join us in Milan for XVII Conference of the Italian Association for Wind Engineering. Following the spirit of the past meetings, In-Vento XVII will be a broad forum for the exchange of ideas on the latest advances in the study of wind engineering, bluff-bodies aerodynamics, structural dynamics and reliability, wind modelling and forecast as well as wind energy.

On Sunday September 4th, two events organized by ANIV and IAWE will be held before the conference begins:
ANIV-G, a friendly setting for young researchers in wind engineering to present their work, and afterwards, in honor of our late colleague and friend, a Lecture dedicated to Giovanni Solari.

Politecnico di Milano,

Aula Magna “Carlo De Carli”, Edificio B9

Via Durando 10 – Milano (MI), 20158

Key Dates

September 4th 2022, ANIV-G

September 4th 2022, Solari Lecture
September 4th – 7th 2022, IN-VENTO Conference
May 1st 2022, Abstract submission closes
May 15th 2022, Notice of acceptance

 

Politecnico di Milano – Dipartimento di Meccanica Campus Bovisa Sud, Milano

 

To have your full paper published in the conference proceeding (Scopus and WoS indexed) please send it before July 1st 2022.

invento@polimi.it

Theoretical developments and practical applications in the area of Wind Engineering will be addressed. The list of conference topics includes:

  • aeroelasticity
  • atmospheric modeling
  • bluff body aerodynamics
  • boundary layer wind tunnel testing
  • building and bridge aerodynamics
  • computational fluid dynamics
  • computational wind engineering
  • field measurements and health monitoring
  • flow-induced vibrations
  • wind effects on low- and high-rise buildings
  • urban flow dispersion modeling
  • wind disaster mitigation
  • wind environment / human comfort
  • wind-structure interaction
  • wind climate assessment