The flutter phenomenon is the dynamic instability of elastic structures interacting with an air flow, which occurs in various aeroelastic systems. The most known type of flutter is the bending-torsional flutter of an aircraft wing, experimentally discovered and theoretically studied at the beginning of the 20th century.

With the development of aviation, flutter occurred and still occurs in other elements of aircraft, where it has been studied in much less detail due to the difficulties of both theoretical and experimental studies. This talk provides an overview of the author's work in the field of flutter of aircraft skin panels, flutter of guided missiles, flutter of blades in jet engines and gas turbines, and flutter of helicopter propeller blades.

Vasily Vedeneev is an expert in aeroelasticity and hydrodynamic stability. He was born in 1981,
obtained PhD degree in 2006 and DSc degree in 2012. He is currently professor at the Faculty of mechanics and mathematics, and deputy director at the Institute of mechanics of Lomonosov Moscow state university. He has published >50 papers in referred journals, including 19 Q1 papers, with > 400 citations, and his H-index is 12. He was a PI in several industrial projects dealing with flutter of various flight vehicles.