We mourn our dear friend Giovanni Solari
It is with great sadness that we inform you of the loss of our dear friend and colleague, Giovanni Solari. The international Wind Engineering community loses one of its most distinguished members. His scientific and institutional contribution has deeply marked the evolution of Wind Science and Engineering.
These thoughts from Stefano Cammelli, a member of the WES Committee:
I am deeply saddened by the news of the loss of Giovanni Solari. With his passing away the international wind engineering...Read more ...
Modelling the Dynamics of Tall Buildings Under Winds
Modelling the Dynamics of Tall Buildings Under Winds: From Historical Perspective to Recent Advances and Beyond
The third in the series of international seminars organised by the University of Birmingham and sponsored by the IAWE, will take place on Thursday 3rd December 2020 at 12.00 noon UK time. The main speaker will be Prof Ahsan Kareem, of the NatHaz Modelling Laboratory, University of Notre, USA. This will be followed by a panel discussion with four experts in the field and there will also be an opportunity for delegates to...Read more ...
Working from home during COVID - a personal perspective
In the members section, Gordon Breeze has kindly written about his personal experience of living and working through lockdown. No doubt many of us have experienced something very similar during this difficult period.Read more ...
The Fascinating Challenges of Bluff-body Aerodynamics
After the great success of our recent collarboartion with ANIV, our Italian cousins, we are very happy to promote their next online event. It will no doubt be of interest to many in our community.
The Fascinating Challenges of Bluff-Body Aerodynamics
Speaker: Guido Buresti, Universities of Pisa and Genoa
Time: Thursday 29th October 2000, 9am UK (10am CEST)
Registration: If you are not an ANIV-G member...Read more ...