Fluid-Structure Interactions: From Engineering to Biomimetic Systems
This special issue comprises proceedings papers from a mini-symposium entitled "Fluid-Structure Interactions: From Engineering to Biomimetic Systems"Â, which was held at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST), Okinawa, Japan in January 2020 (>https://groups.oist.jp/fsi). The mini-symposium hosted 12 international invited speakers and 4 internal OIST speakers for 2.5 days of talks and informal discussions. Presentations spanned experimental, theoretical and numerical approaches to understanding fluid-structure interactions over a range of length scales (from environmental to lab-on-a-chip) and in a range of fluids (from compressible and incompressible Newtonian fluids to complex viscoelastic and biological samples).
Guest Editors: Simon J. Haward and Amy Q. Shen