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6–9 July 2020 The 10th European Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring (EWSHM 2020)

Palermo, Italy

This Workshop represents a forum where experts from around the world discuss the latest advancements and breakthroughs in the field of structural health monitoring (SHM) and more broadly in the fields of smart materials and intelligent systems. The Workshop also fosters the discussion and identification of key and emerging challenges and opportunities in research, development, and field applications that are critical and unique in SHM. The 2020 workshop is also intended to promote communication exchange and cross-fertilization between multiple engineering disciplines and beyond. Topics of special interest for this 10th Workshop include but are not limited to Biomedical Applications, Internet of Things, and Industry 4.0.

1–6 August 2020 SMALLSAT 2020: Space Mission Architectures – Infinite Possibilities

Logan, UT, USA

The growth of small satellites has been fueled by the promise of shorter development cycles, lower cost, new technology, and more frequent access to space. As on-orbit results pave the way, small satellites are increasingly being considered for critical, high-value missions. These are taking the form of emerging applications with highly constrained payload requirements, new system architectures that seek operational resiliency, and numerous other user-driven conditions for availability. With affordability and responsive timelines being a classic imperative for small satellite missions, appropriate technical and programmatic approaches must match these expectations. Developers are now seeking innovative ways to increase the odds of mission success by employing diverse design techniques, autonomy methods, and streamlined processes that help identify and mitigate potential issues. However, a balance must be found between lessons learned and new concepts that achieve mission success.
During the 34th AIAA/USU Conference on Small Satellites, we will explore the new technologies, design methods, processes, operational constructs, and activities that inform and secure the success of small satellite missions.

7–9 August 2020 2nd International Conference of Thermal Fluid Dynamics and Control


The conference is a premier event in the Aerospace/Thermal-fluids Science and Technology communities. It brings together professors, engineers and experts from academic universities, research centres, gas turbine and engine industries. The conference offers excellent networking, collaborating and sharing opportunities with attendees from many research fields, disciplines and countries.

The topics involve with CFD, theoretical and/or experimental studies on:
● Thermoacoustics engine/cooler
● Energy harvesting and conversion
● Heat and mass transfer
● Thermodynamics
● Combustion instability and control
● Fluid mechanics and dynamics
● Aerodynamics
● Aeroacoustics
● Structure and vibration
● Propulsion and combustion
● Active and passive control
● Thermal-fluids


Divani Caravel Hotel, Athens, Greece

On behalf of the 2020 ICUAS Organizing Committee, it is a privilege and a great pleasure to welcome you to this year’s conference. ICUAS ’20 is organized in Athens, Greece. The venue is the Divani Caravel Hotel. The three-day conference is preceded by a one-day Workshops/Tutorials program, which is composed of four (4) Tutorials. We are certain you will be very pleased with the conference venue, and you will enjoy all the attractions that Athens offers.
As in previous years, conference participants represent academia, industry, government agencies, lawyers, policy makers, manufacturers, students and end-users, all having deep interest in the state-of-the-art and future directions in unmanned aircraft systems. In response to the Call for Papers, we received 327 contributed and invited session papers. This is the highest ever compared to all previous years. Following a very thorough and in-depth peer review process in which each paper had at least three reviews (plus an additional review from a member of the organizing committee), roughly 75% of contributed, invited session and poster papers were accepted. All papers were also checked following the iThenticate Document Viewer Guide receiving a ‘similarity score’ and a ‘m percentage match’ before the final decision was made. We have assembled a full three-day top-quality Technical Program. We also have four plenary Lectures in which the keynote speakers address pressing, and important issues related to autonomy, and several aspects of unmanned aviation.
The Organizing Committee members have devoted an enormous amount of time and effort to make sure that the conference is exciting, informative and educational. We are privileged to know all the members. We are honored to have worked with them and we are truly indebted to everyone for their dedication and professionalism. We also extend a wholehearted “thank you” to all reviewers, Associate Editors and members of the Technical Program Committees; their help is integral to assembling a top-quality Technical Program.
The peer review process is coordinated by the Program Chairs, who assign groups of papers to the Associate Editors. We thank all of them for their extremely valuable contributions and dedication. Dr. Pradeep Misra is the “glue” that keeps everything together, as papers are submitted through the PaperCept Conference Management System (, managed by Pradeep. Pradeep is indispensable throughout, and we wouldn’t have been able to complete the paper review process without his help.
We thank you for your participation and contributions. We hope you enjoy the conference, as well as Athens, the other surrounding areas and the Greek Islands.

2–5 September 2020 10th EASN International Conference on "Innovation in Aviation & Space to the Satisfaction of the European Citizens"

Salerno, Italy

The EASN Association and the University of Salerno are glad to announce the 10th EASN International Conference on “Innovation in Aviation & Space to the Satisfaction of the European Citizens” which will take place in Salerno, Italy from the 2nd until the 5th of September, 2020. The conference venue will be located at the Fisciano Campus of the University of Salerno.

The aim of this gathering is dual. To act as a forum where innovative ideas, breakthrough concepts and disruptive technologies are presented, while in parallel be the place for disseminating the knowledge and results achieved in the frame of research projects of the aviation and space field. The previous EASN International Conference, held in Athens, Greece in September 2019, has been the most successful amongst the events organized by EASN and was attended by more than 450 participants from various disciplines.

Like its predecessors, the 10th EASN International Conference will include a number of Plenary Talks by distinguished personalities of the European Aviation and Space sectors from the academia, industry, research community and policy makers. It will also include Thematic Sessions, along with Technical Workshops where evolving ideas, technologies, products, services and processes will be discussed.

Furthermore, the conference is expected to be a major European Dissemination and Exploitation event of Aviation & Space-related research. The majority of the currently running research projects will exploit the 3-days technical program to present their activities and achieved goals, discuss on current trends and future needs of the aviation & space-related research and try to identify possible synergies with each other. Additionally, a number of policy development projects will also find the floor to present the strategic priorities of the European aviation sector with regard to the challenges of FlightPath2050 and the expected “Horizon Europe” Framework Programme.
Last but not least, the 10th EASN International Conference will be accompanied by a small exhibition where the overview of the aviation & space ecosystem in Italy will be presented.

In this frame, you are cordially invited to join us and be part of this year’s conversation of the European Aviation & Space community!

14–18 September 2020 32nd Congress of the International Council of the Aeronautical Sciences (ICAS)

Shanghai, China

ICAS is an international, non-government, non-profit scientific organization with the mission to advance knowledge and facilitate collaboration in aeronautics. ICAS is the only international support organization to representative aeronautical engineering professional societies and their members in 30 countries. ICAS organizes every two years an International Congress covering all aspects of aeronautical science and technology and their application to both military and civil aviation.

9–11 December 2020 8th Asia-Pacific Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring 2020 (APWSHM 2020)

Shangri-La Hotel, The Marina, Cairns, Queensland, Australia

This is the eighth in a series of biennial Asia-Pacific workshops that focus on the field of Structural Health Monitoring. This is a particularly promising area that has attracted significant attention in recent years for its wide potential applications, particularly for civil infrastructures, and maritime and aircraft structures. The purpose of the workshop is to allow a forum where key and emerging technical issues that are critical and unique in structural health monitoring can be discussed and identified, as well as allow current state of-the-art technologies and R&D activities in the field to be presented. The workshop is also intended to promote exchanges and cross-fertilisation among many disciplines.

The workshop shall focus on, but is not limited to, the following topics:

  • Sensor and actuator development
  • Reliability of structural health monitoring methodologies
  • Bio-inspired sensors and systems
  • Damage identification and properties/integrity characterisation and assessment
  • Intelligent processing of materials and structures
  • System integration
  • Applications (particularly in the field of aircraft, automotive, rail and maritime structures, civil and petroleum infrastructures etc)

This workshop is recommended to researchers and academics with interests in structural health monitoring and associated research. From past workshops, industrial practitioners in closely related fields have gained from attending these workshops.

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