Aeroacoustics 2019

25th AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference

20 – 23 May 2019
Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands


The 25th AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference (Aeroacoustics 2019) is the premier international forum for the field of aeroacoustics. Aeroacoustics 2019 provides an exceptional opportunity for scientists and engineers from industry, government, and academia to exchange knowledge and results of current studies and to discuss directions for future research.


A comprehensive and informative conference program booklet has been compiled.


View the list of approximately 375 papers, to be presented at the conference and author/session chair index list.
Be aware that last-minute withdrawals might still be in the list. Visit the AIAA conference website for a more detailed and up-to-date agenda.


Photograph sets

Download the following photograph sets of the event (in compressed .zip format):

Key dates
Draft conference program 1 March 2019
Early bird registration Until 15 March 2019
Paper submission deadline 29 April 2019
Conference 20 – 23 May 2019

Detailed Programme

The detailed programme can be found here.
Also view the comprehensive and informative conference program booklet.


Programme at a glance

Conference room grid


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Registration fees Early Registration
(before 15 March 2019)
Late Registration
Non Member 750 € 800 €
Member (CEAS, AIAA), Speaker / Chairman 700 € 750 €
PhD Student 350 € 400 €
BSc/MSc Student 125 € 150 €
Dinner ticket 100 € 100 €

The registration fee includes conference attendance, program, coffee breaks, lunches and welcome cocktail ticket.

CEAS (Council of European Aerospace Societies) members include 3AF, AAAR, AIAE, AIDAA, DGLR, FTF, NVvL, PSAA, RAeS, SWFV, TsAGI, CzAeS

Please note that onsite registration will only be possible with credit card payment.

Cancellation/Refund Policy

  • Cancellations made before 15 April 2019 will receive a refund less € 50,- administration fee.
  • No refunds will be granted after 15 April 2019. No-shows will not be eligible for refunds.
  • Refunds will be made after the conference.

Pick-up your registration material at the registration desk at the ground floor of the Conference Centre. The badge must be worn visibly during the entire conference, incl. social events. If you forget or lose your batch, please contact the conference office.

Visa support

Visa support is provided for registered delegates only. Please contact mrs. Rosita Chhatta if you want to receive an official invitation for the conference.


The conference will be held at:

Delft University of Technology
Aula Conference Centre
Mekelweg 5
2628 CC Delft
The Netherlands

For route information see this page.

City of Delft

Delft has a lot to offer! The city is well-known for its ties with the Dutch Royal family (tombs of William of Orange and members of the Royal family) and the famous painter Vermeer. Delft is also world renowned for its Delft Blue earthenware and its lovely canals. Delft has a pleasant, well-preserved, lively historical centre, with characteristic canals, ancient merchant houses, old churches and the splendid city hall. Delft is more than 750 years old. The city owes its name to the word ‘delving’, digging the oldest canal, the Oude Delft. In 1246, Delft received its city franchise from the Dutch Earl Willem II. Delft is nicknamed ‘de Prinsenstad’ (the Prince’s City), because William of Orange, the first in the Dutch royal line, held court in Delft in the 16th century. In 1842 the Royal Academy for Civil Engineers was founded. The Academy used the building vacated by the artillery school. The Academy of then is the TUDelft of today, which is also the largest employer in Delft.

TU-Delft University

Daily, about 27.000 people travel across our campus: students, scientists, visitors, and employees of the university and the companies on campus. Stretching over 161 hectares, the campus is larger than downtown Delft, and one of the largest university campuses in the world. The campus has been equipped with an extensive bicycle and pedestrian road network. The TU Delft campus has a green, parky character. Large parts of the campus are therefore only accessible on foot, by bike, or public transport. For motorists there is the campus ring road, which circles the entire campus. Clear signage on the campus ring guides you easily to the central parking lots. From there, every destination is reachable on foot.

All rooms of the TUDelft Conference Centre are equipped with necessary technology (screen, computer, connectors). Eduroam and conference wifi is available too. The building is fully handicap accessible.

Social Events

Welcome cocktail

The welcome reception will take place in the Prinsenhof. Museum Prinsenhof Delft was the scene of one of the most important events in Dutch history: the assassination of William of Orange. William of Orange moved into the Saint Agatha cloister in 1572, which was then renamed the Prinsenhof, and which eventually became the Museum Prinsenhof Delft. On 10 July 1584, he was gunned down by Balthasar Gerards as he climbed the stairs to his office. You can still see the bullet holes in the wall of the museum even today.

Prinsenhof Delft
Sint Agathaplein 1
2611 HR Delft 

Conference dinner

Unique piece of history lives again in Rotterdam harbour!

“Unforgettable”, “impressive” and “royal” are a few reactions of guests, who have made a trip with this historic paddle steamer ‘De Majesteit’. Once aboard you will enjoy the nostalgic atmosphere during dinner while the authentic paddle steamer from 1926 with its steam engine and giant paddles takes you through the largest harbour of Europe and many attractive sights of Rotterdam.

Paddle steamer ‘De Majesteit’
Maasboulevard (next to nr. 100)
3063 NS Rotterdam

Visit to Amsterdam

Friday 24 May, 08.30 – 16.30 hours

A bus with tour guide will take you from Delft to Amsterdam (45 minutes bus trip) for city sightseeing. Enjoy all the beautiful sights, the iconic bridges, magnificent 17th-century houses, all of them being fascinating points of interest!


For more information please contact:

Netherlands Association of Aeronautical Engineers NVvL
AAC 2019 secretariat

Anthony Fokkerweg 2
1059 CM Amsterdam
The Netherlands


Organizing committee

  • Christophe Hermans (conference chair)
  • Harry Brouwer (co-chair)
  • Sjoerd Rienstra (CEAS technical chair)
  • Ferdinand Grosveld (AIAA technical chair)

All hotel bookings must be arranged by participants themselves. We advise all delegates to book their hotels directly well in advance.

Map TU Delft and locations of suggested hotels

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Maarten Trompstraat 33, 2628 RC Delft
+31 15 256 76 12

Room rates between € 80,00 and € 147,00 per night (incl. breakfast).
Walking distance to the conference venue: approx. 5 minutes.


Molslaan 20, 2611 RM Delft
+31 15 212 64 66

Room rates between € 100,00 and € 125,00 per night.
Walking distance to the conference venue: approx. 20 minutes.


Koepoortplaats 3, 2612 RR Delft
+31 15 212 21 25

Room rates between € 105,00 and € 120,00 per night (incl. breakfast).
Walking distance to the conference venue: approx. 20 minutes


Olof Palmestraat 2, 2616 LM Delft
+31 15 888 90 10

Walking distance to the conference venue: approx. 20 minutes.


Doelenplein 10, 2611 BP Delft
+31 15 212 60 46

Room rates between € 90,00 and € 125,00 per night.
Walking distance to the conference venue: approx. 20 minutes

More information about hotel accommodation in Delft can be found on the website

Recommended hotel accommodation in neighbouring cities, with good public transport connections to Delft:

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