28th AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference 14 June - 17 June 2022 Venue TBD, Southampton, UK
An AIAA Co-sponsored Conference
The AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference has established itself as the premier international forum for the field of aeroacoustics. It offers scientists and engineers from industry, government and universities an exceptional opportunity to exchange knowledge and results of current studies and to discuss directions for future research. Papers that address all aspects of the generation, propagation, and control of vehicle noise, as well as the effect of noise on structures and individuals are solicited.
The program’s technical content will include theoretical, experimental, and numerical contributions that describe original research results and/or innovative design concepts including those related to recent advances in low-carbon aircraft architectures and urban air mobility vehicles. In addition, in-depth reviews and timely surveys will be considered. Topics identified for the conference are listed below. Papers in other related areas, including the application of aerospace noise suppression technologies in other industries, and non-aerospace research with potential application to the aerospace industry are encouraged.
- 15 December 2021: Abstract submission system open
- 13 January 2022: (19:00 US Eastern, Midnight UK): Extended abstract due
- 23 February 2022: Notification to authors
- 17 May 2022: (19:00 US Eastern, Midnight UK): Final manuscript submitted on-line
- 14 to 17 June 2022: Conference dates
Call for Papers and Announcement:
AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Best Paper Award
Conference papers of superb technical quality, originality, and scholarly accuracy will be considered, alongside aeroacoustics papers in the 2023 SciTech Forum, for the 2023 AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Best Paper Award.
Student Paper Award
Undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to submit papers to the Aeroacoustics Student Paper Competition by selecting "Student Paper Competition" presentation type when uploading abstracts. Student papers should report on thesis-related work conducted in collaboration with faculty advisors. The primary author must have been a student in May 2021 and must present the paper. The award will be based on the technical quality of the paper and the clarity of the presentation. The winning student will receive a monetary award and certificate.
- Interior Noise / Structural Acoustics and Metamaterials
- Jet Aeroacoustics
- Propeller, Rotorcraft and V/STOL Noise
- Turbomachinery and Core Noise
- Urban Air Mobility / Unmanned Air Vehicle and Electric Aircraft
- Acoustic / Fluid Dynamics Interactions
- Advanced Testing Techniques
- Airframe / High-Lift Noise
- Community Noise, Sonic Boom and Metrics
- Computational Aeroacoustics
- Duct Acoustics
- General Acoustics
- Special Session on Hybrid Anechoic Wind Tunnels