Symposium

Wednesday, September 23, 2009: PIV yesterday

  • Lectures (Chairman: Prof. Klaus Hinsch, University of Oldenburg):
  Author Affiliation Title
15:00
Holger Frahnert
Frahnert Forschung & Beratung, Göttingen, Germany
Introduction to the Community Platform on the History of PIV
 9:00 Jürgen Kompenhans
DLR, Göttingen, Germany
25 years of PIV development for application in aeronautical test facilities
 9:20
Ronald Adrian
Arizona State University, Tempe, USA
Development of PIV at the University of Illinois: 1983-1993
 9:40
Roland Meynart
European Space Agency,
The Netherlands
"The first decade of PIV" or "From speckle photography to Particle Image Velocimetry"
10:00
Michel Riethmuller
VKI, Brussels, Belgium
Early PIV developments at the von Karman Institute
10:20
Klaus Hinsch
University of Oldenburg, Germany
The role of optical processing in PIV
10:40
Coffee break
   
11:00
Reinhard Kelnberger
InnoLas, Munich, Germany
First commercial double oscillator Nd:YAG laser for PIV
11:20
Bertrand Lecordier
CORIA, Rouen, France
PIV cameras and time resolved PIV measurement
11:40
Markus Raffel
DLR, Göttingen, Germany
PIV from lab to large wind tunnel
12:00
Chris Willert
DLR, Cologne, Germany
On the transition of PIV into the digital age: Recounting 20 years of digital PIV
12:20
Alain Boutier
ONERA, Paris, France
From prehistory of PIV to recent DGV, through 40 years of LDV
12:40
Lunch
   
13:40
Mory Gharib
Caltech, Pasadena, USA
From art to science: The revolution of quantitative visualization
14:00
Christian Kähler
Universität der Bundeswehr, Munich, Germany
Achievements in sheet and volumetric PIV techniques with micron resolution
14:20
Koji Okamoto
University of Tokyo, Japan
History of PIV development in Japan
14:40
Kyung C. Kim,
Sang J. Lee,
Deog Hee Doh
Pusan National University, Busan, Korea
Development of PIV in Korea
  • Posters:
Author(s) Organization Country Title
L. David,
A. Texier
University of Poitiers France Measurements by Particle Streak Velocimetry: first step to the PIV ?
D.M. Markovich,

N.A. Fomin


Institute of Thermophysics, Novosibirsk
Heat & Mass Transfer Institute, Minsk
Russia


Belarus


Flow velocimetry in former Soviet Union States
G.-X. Shen BUAA, Beijing China From WBPIV to 3Dt-3c PIV in China
S. Burgmann RWTH Aachen Germany More than a decade of PIV at the Institute of Aerodynamics – Development and Application
  • Free contributions
  • Discussion of aspects of early development of PIV
  • Vendor's Party

Thursday, September 24, 2009: PIV today

  • Lectures (Chairman: Dr. Jürgen Kompenhans, DLR, Göttingen):
  Author Affiliation Title
 9:00
Jerry Westerweel
TU Delft,
The Netherlands
PIV applied to strongly inhomogeneous turbulence
 9:20
Steve Wereley
Purdue University,
West Lafayette, USA
Micrometer and nanometer spatial resolution with μPIV
 9:40
Fulvio Scarano
TU Delft,
The Netherlands
4D-PIV advances to visualize sound generation by airflows
10:00
Julio Soria
Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
Investigating flow stability, turbulence and flow control using PIV
10:20
Marie Oshima
University of Tokyo, Japan
PIV applications in bioengineering
10:40
Coffee break
   
11:00
Michel Stanislas
et al.
LML, Lille, France
The benefit of European networks and international cooperation for the development of PIV
11:20
Andreas Schröder
DLR, Göttingen, Germany
Developments for industrial PIV
11:40
Kurt Pengel
DNW, Emmeloord,
The Netherlands
Use of PIV in DNW wind tunnels
12:00
Winfried Kühn
AIRBUS, Bremen, Germany
Use of PIV in aeronautical industry
12:20
Eric Roosenboom
DLR, Göttingen, Germany
High quality PIV data for numerical validation
  • Posters:
Author(s) Organization Country Title
L. David,
D. Calluaud,
L. Chatellier,
L. Thomas,
B. Tremblais
University of Poitiers France Post-processing tools from PIV measurements
P. Scholz,
J. Ortmanns,
M. Casper
TU Braunschweig Germany Stereo-PIV as a tool for optimization of flow control devices
D.H. Doh,
G.R. Cho,
H.J. Jo,
M. Takei

Korea Maritime University, Busan

Nihon University, Tokyo
Korea


Japan

A Volume PTV
C. Atkinson,
J. Soria
Monash University, Melbourne
Ecole Centrale de Lille
Australia


France

Accelerated Tomographic Particle Image Velocimetry for 3C-3D Velocity Measurements
M. Bartelt,
A. Mohseni,
V. Opilat,
J.R. Seume
Leibniz University, Hannover Germany Endoscopic Stereoscopic PIV Measurements in Turbomachines
S. Große,
J. Westerweel
TU Delft The Netherlands Large-scale coherent motion in turbulent pipe flow
R. Badreddine, M. Lawerenz University of Kassel Germany PIV-Measurement of self-induced periodic flow
A. Henning,
L. Koop,
K. Ehrenfried,
A. Heider
TU Berlin
DLR Göttingen


Germany Application of PIV in acoustic and aeroacoustic experiments
D. M. Markovich Institute of Thermophysics, Novosibirsk Russia PIV-LIF techniques for multiphase flows diagnostics
A. Schröder,
R. Geisler,
D. Michaelis
DLR Göttingen

LaVision GmbH
Germany Investigation of a tripped turbulent boundary layer flow using time-resolved tomographic PIV
  • Free contributions
  • Visit of PIV laboratories and test facilities
  • Discussion of future prospects of PIV
  • Dinner

     

Friday, September 25, 2009: Seminar

History in the Making - You are part of the History

Five sessions of about one hour of discussion, each with a short introductory statement:

  • Prehistory of PIV
  • Is there more than one history of PIV?
  • Success! What Success?
  • Milestones and Turning Points
  • Is there a Social History of PIV?

Chairman: Dr. Falk Rieß, Center of Didactics and History of Physics, University of Oldenburg
 

Exhibition

September 23 - 24, 2009:  
Exhibition of vendors of PIV equipment

Exhibitors: