APS Fellowship Information
APS Fellows Nominated by DFD
Carnegie Mellon University
Citation: For contributions in extensional rheology and droplet microfluidics and in particular for elucidating and manipulating the effect of surfactants in microfluidic tip streaming.
University of Cambridge
Citation: For fundamental advances in our understanding of the dynamics of stratified flows including finding new bounds on mixing efficiency and delineating new regimes in natural ventilation.
Eindhoven University of Technology
Citation: For his relevant contribution to our understanding of two-dimensional turbulence, vortex flow, rotating flow and mixing.
California Institute of Technology
Citation: For seminal contributions to vortex dynamics and biological propulsion, and for pioneering new concepts in wind energy.
US Naval Academy
Citation: For her clarifying work on the structure of three dimensional turbulent boundary layers, and for better characterizing the connections between surface roughness geometry and boundary layer drag.
Australian National University
Citation: For pioneering experiments and theoretical analysis in geophysical fluid dynamics, including ocean modeling, earth mantle convection and lava flows, and for scientific leadership and service to the fluid dynamics community.
Citation: For pioneering and rigorous contributions to fundamental fluid dynamics, particularly interfacial flows and dynamics of moving contact lines, statistical mechanics of inhomogeneous liquids, and coarse graining of complex multiscale systems.
Pohang University of Science and Technology
Citation: For his contributions to experimental fluid mechanics, especially in the development of advanced flow visualization techniques and various successful applications to biofluid flows, microfluidics and turbulent shear flows.
University of Iowa
Citation: For contributions to multiscale flow physics and computational techniques, including: pulmonary flows, imaging-based data-driven human lung models, lattice-Boltzmann methods, coherent structures in atmospheric boundary layers, and four-dimensional data assimilation.
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Citation: For important fundamental contributions to the understanding of the stability of fluid motion, including computational studies of convection and solidification of binary and multi-component fluids.
Citation: For sustained and innovative contributions to computational and experimental fluid dynamics and their symbiotic interplay, and exceptional contributions to higher education, including establishment and leadership of networks supporting international collaboration.
Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon
Citation: For pioneering and lasting contributions to the selection of Saffman-Taylor fingering, elucidation of solitary wave origin in thin films, and theory of passive scalars and particle motion in turbulence.
George Washington University
Citation: For fundamental contributions and creative analysis of flows with droplets - effects of viscoelasticity, emulsion rheology, normal stress differences, wall-induced migration, and modeling of encapsulated contrast microbubbles for ultrasound imaging.
US Naval Academy
Citation: For original and fundamental contributions to the understanding of wall-bounded turbulent flows including surface roughness effects, drag and economic consequences of biofouling, Reynolds-number scaling, and experiments utilizing advanced optical techniques.
Citation: For his contributions to the understanding of intermittency effects and non-Gaussian statistics of small-scale turbulent fluctuations, and quantification of the anomalous scaling of high-order velocity structure functions.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Citation: For fundamental contributions to the fields of interfacial fluid mechanics and heat transfer and to the modernization of fluid mechanics education.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Citation: For seminal contributions in developing scaling laws in fish-like swimming and pioneering the development of biomimetic robots to study mechanisms of unsteady flow control leading to fish and cetacean agility.
University of Notre Dame
Citation: For pioneering work in large-eddy simulations for aeroacoustics, hydroacoustics and aero-optics, and contributions to the fundamental understanding of physical sources of sound and optical aberrations in turbulent flows.
Citation: For fundamental contributions to our understanding of insect flight through simulations of hovering, elucidation of unsteady forces, development of computational tools, and analyses of flight efficiency, stability, and control.