Welcome to the Australasian Wind Engineering Society, your source of information on all wind engineering related matters.

The Australian Wind Engineering Society (AWES) was formed in 1985 and in 1998 changed its name to the Australasian Wind Engineering Society to reflect the Trans-Tasman nature of the membership. The Society’s objectives are the promotion and advancement of the practice of wind engineering and industrial aerodynamics. The AWES is a non-profit organisation with strong links to both academic and industrial engineering communities.

Membership is open to any persons with interests in these areas.

Latest news

2014 AWES Undergraduate Prize

The AWES would like to congratulate Mr Blake Peoples from James Cook University for being awarded the AWES Undergraduate Thesis Prize for 2014. Mr Peoples’ submission, “Wind loads on course… Read more

AWES Workshop early-bird closing soon

The abstract submission and early-bird deadline for the 17th AWES Workshop is January 11, 2015. Further details can be found on the workshop website.

Pedestrian wind effects criteria

Through consultation with our members and the wider wind engineering community, the AWES has developed the document, “Guidelines for Pedestrian Wind Effects Criteria”. The document can be found here. Please… Read more

Winter Lecture available for viewing

The 2014 AWES Winter Lecture was held on 2 July, 2014 at QUT in Brisbane. This was the first lecture in a new initiative for the AWES, which we hope… Read more