May 12-14, 2020 hosted online by Clemson University
We have now received 82 abstracts and abstract submission is closed.
The Glenn Department of Civil Engineering is pleased to host the 6th AAWE Workshop. AAWE Workshops are focused on student and early career presentations. The workshop will include several keynote addresses and panel discussions on wind engineering practice and future directions for wind engineering research.
[NEW] The full program is now out and can be found here
[NEW] The AAWE awards committee will present an award for the best student presentation at the workshop. The winner will be announced at the awards ceremony at the end of the workshop. Details to follow.
The program is chaired by Nigel Kaye (Clemson University) with the assistance of a Scientific Committee who will assist in reviewing abstracts and selecting speakers and panelists.
A detailed call for abstracts has been posted listing the topics to be covered in the workshop along with links to the abstract template and details on submission. Abstracts are due March 19, 2021. The full program will be published once all abstracts have been reviewed and accepted. Keep an eye on the list of key dates.
To keep up to date with the workshop including reminders of key dates, announcements of keynote speakers and panelists, and other news follow us on twitter https://twitter.com/6thAAWEWorkshop. Any questions should be emailed to AAWEWorkshop@clemson.edu.