Video Gallery pictures are associated with papers presented at the 2012 March Meeting. Video credit format is on each video information page.
March Meeting Scientific Program
The 2012 March Meeting Bulletin of the American Physical Society, also called the Scientific Program, is a listing of all abstract Meeting presentation.
A striking transformation of a fluid disk into a "star" of twisted ribbons, and back again.
An example of flipping the order of two racing aqueous droplets.
Electron mapping in a material used for rewriteable optical disks.
Photoelastic disks reveal the forces involved during granular impacts.
Twist, Rattle, and Hop: Colloidal Clusters
Tiny clusters of spheres form unique shapes that rearrange in unusual ways.
Pressing liquids as flat as possible yields unique designs.
Metal contacts form on an atomic scale.
Wax Scratch Test
Paraffin Wax undergoes a scratch test.
Trajectories of Quantum Gates
Trajectories created by quantum gates on a sphere.
Invading Gas vs. Liquid
An invading gas displaces the liquid contained in the pore space.
A thousand-atom nanocluster exhibits acoustic vibrations.
A video explaining different granular shear flows.