Sixth&Seventh International Workshop
"Computational Experiment
in Aeroacoustics and associated Aerodynamics"
CEAA 2020-2022

September 19 - September 24, 2022
Svetlogorsk, Russia

COVID-19 Notice
Due to the ongoing pandemic all over the world, we are unfortunately forced to postpone the CEAA2020 Workshop "Computational Experiment in Aeroacoustics and associated Aerodynamics" for another year.
The joint CEAA2020-2022 Workshop is scheduled for September 19-24, 2022. 
The necessary information and all the updates will gradually appear at the web-site.
We really hope everything will be OK next year and we will be finally able to have a great meeting on the Baltic shore.
Thank you for participating in the Workshop!
Take care of yourself and your families.

The goal of the workshop is to discuss the state-of-the art of computational experiment in aeroacoustics and unsteady turbulent aerodynamics and its challenges from the viewpoint of aerospace and other industries dealing with high-speed flows and sound generated by them. Under unsteady aerodynamics we assume dynamics of unsteady turbulent flows that can be considered as potential acoustic sources. 

The Workshop offers an opportunity for fruitful inter-branch discussions among scientists, researchers, engineers, software developers, industry managers, etc., in order to develop and promote computational experiment in aeroacoustics as an efficient tool for applied research and design. Shortly, the Workshop is going to be at the interface (between research and applications, between computational and physical experiments, between theoretical and experimental investigations) with a regard to computational issues.


  • Roland EWERT, Dr.-Ing., Institute of Aerodynamics and Flow Technology, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Braunschweig, Germany
    Acoustic black hole analogue model with exact spacetime representation PDF
  • Massimo GENARETTI, Prof., Roma Tre University, Rome, Italy
  • Charles HIRSCH, Prof., Numeca International, Brussels, Belgium
  • Charles MOCKETT, Dr.-Ing., Upstream CFD GmbH, Berlin, Germany
  • Pierre SAGAUT, Prof., Aix-Marseille Université, Marseille, France
    Recent advances in Lattice Boltzmann Simulations for aerospace engineering
    To be updated


To be announced


Т1 Advanced numerical methods in CFD and CAA including massively parallel computations
Т2 Innovative scale-resolving approaches to simulation of turbulent flows and computation of associated acoustic fields
Т3 Applied computational studies in unsteady turbulent aerodynamics and aeroacoustics including noise generation and noise reduction
     Т3.1 Jets
     Т3.2 Airframes
     Т3.3 Helicopters and aircraft rotors
     Т3.4 Unsteady aerodynamic and acoustic loads
     Т3.5 Other relevant problems
Т4 Challenging CFD/CAA problems in the light of industrial needs 
Т5 Post processing techniques, data treatment and visualization in physical and computational experiments in aerodynamics and aeroacoustics


SSTM Computational studies in unsteady aerodynamics and aeroacoustics of turbomachines: compressors, aviation and automotive engines, turbofans, ...
This session is open for all papers dealing with high speed radial or axial turbomachines. In particular, talks related not only to aerospace applications, but also to turbo-charging of IC-engines or fuel cells are welcomed
Session Co-Chairs:
Mats ABOM (KTH, Stockholm), Charles HIRSCH (Numeca International, Brussels), and Victor MILESHIN (CIAM, Moscow)


Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics RAS

with assistance from

  • Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Kaliningrad, Russia
  • Municipal Administration, Svetlogorsk, Kaliningrad region, Russia


ROSTEC State Corporation NUMECA Russia