With rapid economic and industrial development in China, India and elsewhere, fluid-related structural vibration and noise problems are widely encountered, as they are in more developed parts of the world, causing increasingly grievous concerns. New opportunities are emerging with the advent of various technologies, such as signal processing, flow visualization and diagnostics, new functional materials, sensors and actuators, etc. The 2nd Symposium on Fluid-Structure-Sound Interactions and Control (FSSIC), held in Hong Kong (May 20-21, 2013) and Macau (May 22-23, 2013), brought together scientists and engineers working in related branches from East and West and provided a forum to exchange and share progress, ideas and advances and to chart the frontiers of FSSIC. The proceedings focus on advances in the theory, experimental research and numerical simulations of turbulence in the contexts of flow-induced vibration, noise and their control. This includes practical areas for interaction, such as the aerodynamics of road and space vehicles, marine and civil engineering, nuclear reactors and biomedical science, etc. The proceedings integrate acoustics with the study of flow-induced vibration, which is scientifically helpful in understanding, simulating and controlling vibration. These proceedings are intended for academics, research scientists, design engineers and graduate students in engineering fluid dynamics, acoustics, fluid and aerodynamics, vibration, dynamical systems and control etc. Yu Zhou is a professor in Institute for Turbulence-Noise-Vibration Interaction and Control at Harbin Institute of Technology. Yang Liu is an associate professor at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Lixi Huang, associate professor, works at the University of Hong Kong. Professor Dewey H. Hodges works at the School of Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology.