34th International Workshop on

Water Waves and Floating Bodies

7-10 April, 2019

Noah's on the Beach, Newcastle, NSW

Abstract Submission

Details of how to submit abstracts will appear soon.

Principles and Scope of the Workshop

The fundamental principle in the IWWWFB has been essentially the same since its inception. That is:

Abstract Preparation

The Tuck Fellowship

Young authors applying for the Tuck fellowship should also send an email to the organisers (iwwwfb@newcastle.edu.au) with an accompanying letter as specified here. The accompanying letter should be submitted at the same time as the abstract.

Abstract Review Procedure

All submitted abstracts will be peer-reviewed by a small committee comprised of the current hosts and hosts from the past two workshops.

Oral Presentations

Oral presentations will be 20 minutes plus 5 minutes for discussion. (However, depending on the program arrangement, this presentation and discussion time may change.)

Background information which is well-known to specialists working in the same field should be omitted. Work which is still incomplete may be presented, but material already published and disseminated should not be reported.