President’s Corner: Food For Thought

Dear Members:​ Infrastructure Week and the Glasgow Climate Change Conference reminded me of the testimonies this summer regarding infrastructure and climate change, which comprise most of the issue. They are intended to be “food for thought” for the membership. AAWE does not take any official positions on governmental decisions or policies.​ At our recent meeting, … Continued


President’s Corner: Upcoming Wind-Related Workshops and Seminars For Early 2021

Dear AAWE Community: There are several interesting online wind-related workshops and seminars in the near future. Roundtable on 2020 Midwest Derecho Organized by THWARTS and AAWE Thursday April 29th from 11-12:30PM Eastern Time The topic of the discussion is the 2020 Midwest Derecho with an emphasis on the vulnerability of metal grain bins. The moderator … Continued


Best Paper Award for 2019 Nominations

Dear Members and Friends, Have you read a paper recently that is award-worthy? AAWE is now soliciting the Best Journal Paper Award 2019. The nominations are due by October 31, 2020 at [email protected] This document provides the details of the award and nomination requirements. Please nominate a paper for this award. It is important to … Continued


Letter to AAWE Membership

Dear Members and Friends: I am looking forward to serving as president of AAWE. AAWE has a broad mandate to encourage activities that explore wind effects on the built environment, including the influence of climate change as well as the harnessing of wind energy. I would like to thank Steve Campasano for his continuing efforts … Continued


My First Message As President Of AAWE

Fellow Wind Engineers, In this, my first message as President of AAWE, I want to begin with my expression of gratitude to the membership. I consider it an honor to serve you and the Association and look forward to working with the Board to increase the visibility and impact of Wind Engineering in the Americas. … Continued


Message From The Retiring President

Fellow Wind Engineers, it seems barely yesterday that I took over from Greg Kopp as your President, so the last 2 years seems to have been a blur! We are on the verge of a new era with a whole new website being launched with a much better membership management system as the Jan-Feb 2017 Newsletter … Continued


Wishing you all a productive 2016

G’day! On behalf of the AAWE I want to wish you all a productive 2016. I would particularly like to welcome new members, as well as thank continuing members, both individual and corporate, for their support. This is my first newsletter as incoming President of the AAWE and I am looking forward to working with … Continued