The International Workshop on Railway Noise offers a unique forum for meeting and interacting with international experts in the fields of railway noise and vibration. The workshop was first held in 1976 in Derby, UK and now occurs on a three year cycle, with the most recent event in Uddevalla, Sweden, which attracted 160 delegates from 19 countries.
160 delegates from 19 countries participated in the previous workshop, IWRN11, at Bohusgården in Uddevalla, Sweden.
The workshops contribute greatly to the increased understanding of many problems in railway noise and vibration. There are no parallel sessions so the workshop format allows for comprehensive discussions of all topics. Papers are peer reviewed and published in a special issue of Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics and Multidisciplinary Design.
The workshop will be held in Terrigal, a vibrant cosmopolitan village located on NSW’s beautiful Central Coast. It may only be a short distance from Sydney, but it’s a world away from the hustle and bustle of city life. While attending the IWRN you will experience Australian beach life on one of the country’s most picturesque coastlines. For more information click here.