Division of Fluid Dynamics
The Division of Fluid Dynamics of the American Physical Society exists for the advancement and diffusion of knowledge of the physics of fluids with special emphasis on the dynamical theories of the liquid, plastic and gaseous states of matter under all conditions of temperature and pressure.
The membership of the Division consists of those members of the Society who have indicated their desire to join the Division and who retain membership from year to year by the payment of designated dues.
67th Annual APS DFD Meeting
November 23-25, 2014
About the Meeting
Congratulations to Our Newest APS Fellows
Congratulations to New Prize & Award Recipients
2014 Fluid Dynamics Prize
Genevieve Comte-Bellot, Ecole Centrale de Lyon
2014 Stanley Corrsin Award
Eberhard Bodenschatz, Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization
Upcoming MeetingsAPS March Meeting 2015
March 2-6, 2015
APS April Meeting 2015
April 11-14, 2015
68th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics
November 22-24, 2015
News & Announcements
DFD is sponsoring eight exciting sessions at this year's APS March Meeting, including two invited sessions.
The nomination deadline for the Fluid Dynamics Prize, Stanley Corrsin Award, and the Andreas Acrivos Dissertation Award is April 1st. Please consider nominating your colleagues for one of these prizes and awards.
DFD Prizes and Awards
The deadline for nominations for Fellows of the American Physical Society is April 1st. Please consider nominating one or more deserving colleagues for this honor.
Nomination instructions and requirements
Gallery of Fluid Motion Awards
The Division of Fluid Dynamics is supporting the submission and archiving of fluid dynamics videos for both educational and technical content. Venues for archiving and disseminating videos are discussed in a new page available on the DFD website. In addition, all Gallery of Fluid Motion video entries will be archived in the eCommons/arXiv sytem. Description of how to submit to the arXiv server is described in the aforementioned article.
As part of our record of the past meetings, the invited talks at the annual DFD meeting are archived online as a technical record, and serve as a resource for promoting leading research trends in the area of Fluid Mechanics. Please see the archive for the most recent talks.
Commemoration of Prandtl and the history of the Boundary Layer
(article by John Anderson)
Request for News
Do you have an announcement that would be of interest to general Fluid Mechanics Community? E-mail the DFD Website Coordinator.