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3-5 Dec 2021
Virtual Congress https://ichpav.com/?lang=en - Bordeaux (France)
International Congress on Human Powered Aircraft and Vehicles During November-December 2021 an international event on human powered airplanes and vehicles will be held. On this occasion, the second edition of the International Congress on Human Powered Aircraft and Vehicles (ICHPAV) will be organized by the Human Impulse team (evering Institute/University of Bordeaux). Due to the Covid crisis, this event will be organized online via a virtual 3D exhibition website. The conference will be broadcast and streamed live during three days (from 3 December to 5 December 2021). This event is free and open to everyone. Because of your experience in the human powered field, we would be interested in a presentation of your current work, or your future plans. Highlights At the end of this congress conferences proceedings will be published in open access for authors who offer their contribution to one of committees (scientific, engineering, school). If you have a 3D model of your machine, it can be displayed in the main room in 3D so that visitors can discover it. We hope we can count you among the speakers at this exhibition You can submit your title and a 2 to 3 line summary, or pose any question or proposition by email directly to : ICHPAV21.committee@u-bordeaux.fr Due to the Covid situation, the submission deadline of this congress has been extended to 30-Sep-2021. The purpose of the international conferences on Human Powered Aircraft and Vehicle (ICHPAV) is to bring together all peoples interested in the advances and applications of human powered vehicles and more specifically in aircraft systems (researchers, engineers, students, teachers and users). Ten tracks will be held, covering several aspects of Human Powered Transport, including Engineering Technology, Databases, new Experiments, Personal adventure in human powered transport competition or engineering, new materials, Human Powered Aircraft design, power efficiency, energy autonomy, university projects... The ICHPAV is free access to all interested persons. You can propose a presentation talk or a position talk. Conference Topics ●ICHPAV21 is organized in 10 major topics: 1°) Human Powered Transport (new experiments, engineering technology, databases …) 2°) New materials in HPV 3°) Human Powered Aircraft (design, experiments…) 4°) Land Human Powered vehicle (design, experiments…), 5°) Water Human Powered vehicle (design, experiments…), 6°) Power efficiency in HPV 7°) Energy autonomy 8°) HPV/HPA Competitions 9°) Personal adventure in human powered transport competition or engineering, 10°) University or school Project/Learning ●Talk Procedure o Submission of Title and 3 lines minimum summary o Duration of the presentation: minimum =20min – maximum = 40 min o Presentation material: any personal material that can be transmitted by videoconference or a PDF copy. o Question time with the audience: 15 minutes o Broadcasting: via Live Youtube o Text submission: 15 days before the presentation ●Poster Procedure o Poster: according to the proposed format, a poster will be displayed in the virtual room dedicated to your theme with a link to contact you o Poster support: PDF file Organisation : evering Institute Bordeaux (France / evering.u-bordeaux.fr) In Cooperation with Bordeaux INP (National Polytechnic Institutes: www.bordeaux-inp.fr/fr) Bordeaux University (www.u-bordeaux.fr); FHPA Club Important Dates Talk title and summary 30 August to 30 September 2021 (better to submit before 17-Sep) Acceptance Notification 15 September to 15 October 2021 (1 week after submission). Camera, article, poster etc deadline 15 November 2021 contact and website ICHPAV21.committee@u-bordeaux.fr https://ichpav.com/?lang=en
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