Sunday, 18 November, 12:50 – 13:50, Convention Center Room 254 AB

William Schultz of NSF will lead a luncheon discussion on NSF Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program at the 60th Annual DFD meeting.  The discussion will take place over a luncheon (free to participants) on Sunday, Nov. 18.  To attend the workshop/lunch attendees must be registered for the conference and be eligible for NSF CAREER awards.  For information on the program and eligibility requirements go to

To reserve a place at this event, please e-mail Patrick McMurtry at mcmurtry@eng.utah.edu. Be sure to include information that verifies you are eligible for a CAREER award.Space will be limited and reservations will be given out on a first-come, first-served basis.


Monday, 19 November, 12:50 – 13:50, Convention Center Room 254 AB

Students attending the meeting will have the opportunity to participate in a discussion with an expert on a topic of interest. Each expert will host an informal discussion over a complimentary lunch. The luncheon will begin promptly at 12:50 in room 254 AB of the Convention Center. Students may sign up for the luncheon at the conference registration desk. The event is free, but each table/topic is limited to 9 students on a first-come, first-served basis. The experts and their topics of discussion are as follows:

Andrea Prosperetti, Bubbles
Elaine Oran, Reacting Flows
Detlef Lohse, Two-Phase Flows
Ronald Panton, Education
Gary Settles, Flow Visualization, Compressible Flows
Juan Lasheras, Liquid jet Instabilites, Droplet Breakup
George Karniadakis, Biofluids
Marc A. Cremer, Combustion Modeling, Industrial Apps
Christophe Clanet, Combustion, Interfacial dynamics
Kenneth Breuer, Viscous Flows
Gary Ihas, Quantum Turbulence, Cryogenic Fluids
Alexander Smits, Compressible Flows
Stephen B. Pope, Turbulence and Combustion
Helen Reed, Boundary layer transition, Aerospace Applications

Meet the Editors of the American Physical Society Journals

Monday, November 19th 15:30-17:30, in the Ken Knight Foyer of the Salt Palace Convention Center.

Editors of the APS journals cordially invite you to join them for conversation and refreshments on Monday, November 19th 15:30-17:30, in the Ken Knight Foyer of the Salt Palace Convention Center. Your questions, suggestions, compliments, and complaints about the journals are welcome. We hope you will be able to join us.

Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Reception

Monday, 19 November, 19:00 – 20:30 Radisson Hotel (Wasatch 1 and 2, Second Floor)

Please come to an open reception for alumni and friends of the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics (GFD) Program, an interdisciplinary summer program for graduate students that has been held since 1959 at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. This program has promoted the exchange of ideas relating to fluid mechanics among many fields including oceanography, meteorology, astrophysics, geology, planetary atmospheres and applied mathematics.