The laser is one of the remarkable inventions of the 20th century that provided the most innovative and useful tool for experimental fluid mechanics. Technological developments in lasers, detectors, electronics and computers have then continued to be the source of new techniques, improved accuracy, higher spatial or temporal resolution and new applications. The International Symposia on Applications of Laser Techniques to Fluid Mechanics, often referred to simply as the "Lisbon Symposia", have been persistently providing forums for promoting the interchange of new ideas on the development of advanced techniques for flow measurement and on the latest applications in the field.
The conference program is made of parallel oral sessions of contributed papers and keynote lectures, around which an exhibition runs to bring together world leading manufacturers of laser equipment for fluid flow research. A plenary session is also planned, featured by the exhibitors, to provide ample opportunity for attendees to be acquainted with the latest laser based techniques developed for fluid flow research. Visit the website of Previous Symposia to find out more about all past editions, where all the papers presented since 2000 are available for download.
In July 2014, the Lisbon Symposia will mark 32 years of promoting the development of advanced Laser techniques for flow measurements.
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