Goodbye ISFV20 ... Hello ISFV21 !

The organizing committee would like to extend their thanks to all the participants of ISFV20, who have made this wonderful event possible. You can find some photos of the event here

The next edition of the symposium is already being prepared by our colleagues in Japan. There are ambitious plans in place in merging of ISFV21 and PIV16 symposia, a unique opportunity for interested researchers in these two closely-related fields. The website for the event is not live yet, but will be hosted at


07 July

The Book of Abstracts has been uploaded. You can download it via the following link: ISFV20 Book of Abstracts
It's best to download the book of abstracts beforehand.

04 July

  • The final conference schedule has been released. You can find it on the 'Program' page.
  • Details for full paper submission (in case desired) are given below. 
  • The Local Organizing Committee is hard at work. Conference brochure will soon be released in digital format. 
  • Key locations for ISFV20 can be accessed on the following interactive map: ISFV20 Map. You can click on items of interest and open them in Google Maps if you wish. Information will be continuously updated. 


ISFV20 Book of Abstracts and Book of Papers

Dear ISFV20 Participants, in case you have developed your abstract further into an article, please resubmit it on the website in the login interface. The Local Organizing Committee will assemble all the previous abstracts into ISFV20 Book of Abstracts, and extended articles will be collected into Book of Papers. Our sponsor, Measurement Science of Technology from Institute of Physics will access these collections and approach the authors of promising articles for a special issue. 

Conference date & venue change

Dear Colleague,

The original venue for the conference, TU Delft Aula building will not be available due to the renovation works. Instead, the conference will take place at the newly-built Echo building, and the dates of the conference will be shifted 1 week earlier to 10-13 July 2023.  

New Venue 

The new Echo building has opened its doors in 2022 and was built in accordance to the highest standards and 2050 sustainability goals. This energy-producing building has a modern architecture, and features multiple educational spaces, including a 700 seat auditorium which should provide ample space for ISFV20 visitors and can also be split into multiple lecture halls.

Echo Lecture Hall A


Welcome to ISFV20

Welcome to the 20th International Symposium on Flow Visualization (ISFV 2023) to be held at Delft University of Technology in The Netherlands on 10-13 July, 2023.

The event is co-sponsored by the Visualization Society of Japan.

The symposium is organized by the Aerodynamics Group at the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering of TU Delft.

This website will be continuously updated with information regarding the event.

The first announcement and call for papers can be downloaded through this link

The conference will take place on-site in the Echo building of TU Delft, which can be found on campus at the following address:

Van Mourik Broekmanweg 5, Delft, The Netherlands. 





In this edition of ISFV, a new original activity is planned, aimed at the Junior researchers. It will stimulate young professionals to practice and learn flow visualization techniques through the means of a friendly contest.

The activity is planned for the weekend before the conference, 8-9 July 2023. The event will be hosted at the Aerodynamics High-Speed Laboratory of Aerospace Engineering at TU Delft, and the winners will be presented during the conference.



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