International Workshop on Railway Aerodynamics

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A message from Prof. Chris Baker, Professor of Environmental Fluid Mechanics and Director of the Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education, at the University of Birmingham, UK:

From April 8th to the 10th next year the Birmingham Centre for Railway Research will be hosting an international Workshop on Railway Aerodynamics, where it is hoped those interested in the various aspects of the subject will be able to gather in a relatively informal setting to discuss latest developments and ongoing research. Details can be found at http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/railway-aerodynamics.
This page will be updated with details on accommodation, registration and paper preparation later in the year so please bookmark it and check it occasionally for updates. Could I also ask that you pass this e mail on to any of your colleagues you think might be interested, and encourage them to contact me to make sure they are included in any future mailing. 
I look forward to seeing you in Birmingham next year! 

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