THE 31st INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON SHOCK WAVES

The 31st International Symposium on Shock Waves (ISSW31) will be held July 9-14, 2017, at Toyoda Auditorium, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan. This will be the third ISSW held in Japan, after 26 years from ISSW-18 in Sendai. The symposium will be organized with strong supports from International Shock Wave Institute (ISWI), Shock Wave Research Society of Japan, School of Engineering of Nagoya University, and some other societies, organizations, governments and industries. ISSW provides excellent forum of shock wave research and its applications to science, engineering, medical and other various fields. As well as scientific programs, participants will enjoy cultural activities including watching Grand Sumo Tournament held during the symposium period.


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COMMUTE BY SUBWAY

Unfortunately, during ISSW31 on-campus accommodation with an inherently limited capability is not available. There is no hotel within a walking distance from the symposium venue. Most of hotels are located in the central or downtown part of Nagoya city, Sakae, Fushimi and Nagoya Station areas. Please check their locations and access to the venue before reservation. Fortunately, those areas are easily accessible using subways. "Meijo Line" is circular and has "Nagoya Daigaku (Nagoya University)" station. Another line "Higashiyama Line" connects the downtown areas and "Motoyama" station that is the intersection to Meijo Line, and a next stop to "Nagoya Daigaku" station. ISSW31 Organizing Committee highly recommends all participants to use subway to each venue that holds symposium (Nagoya Daigaku), banquet (Nagoya Station), and the one for the Grand Sumo Tournament (Shiyakusho -- City Hall). Please refer to the travel information page about subway and its ticketing including IC Manaka-Card ticket, which we recommend for subway ride.
The Venue and Subway
http://akagi.nuae.nagoya-u.ac.jp/issw31/Venue.html
Manaca-Card for Subway
http://akagi.nuae.nagoya-u.ac.jp/issw31/AboutManaca.html



About Visas

In order to obtain a visa, you need a letter of invitation (LOI) sent from us. However, LOI does not guarantee a visa to Japan. Please note that we will issue LOIs only to authors whose abstracts are accepted. All expenses incurred in relation to the symposium and the visa issuance are the sole responsibility of the applicant.

For further information:
http://akagi.nuae.nagoya-u.ac.jp/issw31/visa.html

Hosting Society

JSFM

The Japan Society of Fluid Mechanics


Join ISWI Now!

Dear Prospective ISWI Members,

International Shock Wave Institute (ISWI) is the association to promote international and interdisciplinary collaboration in all areas of shock wave research through the organization of conferences including International Symposia on Shock Waves (ISSW) and International Shock Interaction Symposia (ISIS), awards and honours and to facilitate liaison with other organizations with similar interests and activities.

http://www.iswi.jp/web/

An ISWI member will have benefits of subscription of Shock Waves, an International Journal, and accessing ISWI archives to collect various database related to shock wave research etc.

Currently ISWI welcomes new members. Please visit
https://www.iswi.jp/web/modules/pico/index.php?content_id=3
and join us now.


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