DFD & APS Sponsored Events 

 

You must register for these events in advance through the conference registration website https://reg.eventray.com/r/orchid/APS19/WELCOME_PAGE/936d123e-34e7-40e8-b096-99f5c3409693Exact times will be listed in September, once all session times have been finalized.

  • Adding an event: if you have already registered but want to add one of these events, choose “Modify My Registration” on the registration website.

  • Once events are “Sold out” you may still be able to attend by going to the event and checking with the DFD staff to see if there are “no shows”.

SATURDAY, 23 NOVEMBER 2019 ______

Advice on Applying to Faculty and Postdoctoral Positions

Time/Location: 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm, Washington State Convention Center, Rm: TBD
Sponsored by: DFD Educational and Career Outreach Committee
Contact: Jesse Capecelatro, University of Michigan, jcaps@umich.edu

Panel discussion for senior graduate students and postdoctoral fellows who are on the job market.  The panel session will begin with an overview of resources and general advice for applying for academic positions.  We will then open the floor for questions to the panel.  Topics to be discussed include general recommendations for preparing application documents (research statement, teaching statement, etc.) and networking, including writing and reviewing journal papers.

SUNDAY, 24 NOVEMBER 2019 ______

Young Investigator Workshop

Time/Location: Lunch (time will be specified after abstract sorting), Conference Center, Rm: Tahoma 3
Organizers: Sourabh V. Apte, Oregon State University; Steve Brunton, University of Washington
Contact: Jesse Capecelatro, University of Michigan, jcaps@umich.edu

Directors from governmental agencies will lead a luncheon discussion on their funding awards programs for early career researchers. To attend this free workshop/lunch, attendees must be registered for the DFD meeting and be eligible for at least one of the awards. Space is limited, and attendees are required to sign up in advance during registration. Eligibility requirements and additional information on the CAREER Program and the Young Investigator Programs can be found at http://tinyurl.com/NSF-CAREER, and http://tinyurl.com/ONR-YIP.

Fluids Education Lunch

Time/Location: Lunch (time will be specified after abstract sorting), Conference Center, Rm: Tahoma 4
Sponsored by: DFD Educational and Career Outreach Committee
Organizer: Jesse Capecelatro, University of Michigan
Contact: Jesse Capecelatro, University of Michigan, jcaps@umich.edu

This year’s Fluids Education Workshop will address using technology effectively within the classroom including demos, in addition to incorporating technology/models into homework assignments. The workshop will consist of a 30-minute panel discussion and 30-minute demonstrations.

All the Faces of Fluid Dynamics

Time/Location: Lunch (time will be specified after abstract sorting), Conference Center, Rm: Tahoma 5
Sponsored by: DFD Media and Science Relations Committee
Organizer David Hu, Georgia Institute of Technology
Contact: David Hu, Georgia Institute of Technology, hu@me.gatech.edu

Four women engineers will speak in a panel discussion about their personal experiences successfully increasing diversity in the workplace.  Speakers will include MIT Professor and Associate Dean Peko Hosoi, Founder of F*** Yeah Fluid Dynamics, Nicole Sharp, Johns Hopkins Assistant Professor Dennice Gayme, and UC Riverside Assistant Professor Monica Martinez-Wilhelmus.  The focus this year will be on getting diverse faces into the media and recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce. This workshop will help to give under-represented members of APS, especially students, a safe place where their voice can be heard.  Lunch will be served.

MONDAY, 25 NOVEMBER 2019 ______

Underrepresented Minority Researchers Breakfast

Time/Location: Breakfast (time will be specified after abstract sorting), Sheraton Seattle, Rm: Jefferson
Organizer: Luciano Castillo, Purdue University
Contact: Minami Yoda, Georgia Institute of Technology, minami@gatech.edu

An opportunity for fluid mechanics researchers from underrepresented minority groups to build community, network with others and created a platform for mentoring.

Women in Fluids Networking Lunch

Time/Location: Lunch (time will be specified after abstract sorting), Sheraton Seattle, Rm: Metropolitan B
Sponsored by: DFD Educational and Career Outreach Committee
Organizer: Emilie Dressaire, UCSB
Contact: Jesse Capecelatro, University of Michigan, jcaps@umich.edu
Megan Leftwich, George Washington University, mleftwich@gwu.edu
Emilie Dressaire, University of California Santa Barbara, dressaire@ucsb.edu

Networking lunch for female students, postdoctoral researchers, faculty and professionals.

Student Lunch

Time/Location: Lunch (time will be specified after abstract sorting), Sheraton Seattle, Rm: Metropolitan A
Organizer: Matthew Ballard, St. Martin’s University
Contact: Matthew Ballard, St. Martin’s University, MBallard@stmartin.edu

Table 1: Alexander Alexeev, Georgia Institute of Technology, Mechanical Engineering. Computational fluid mechanics, complex fluids, fluid-structure interaction, microfluidics, biofluids, soft matter.

Table 2: John Carter, Seattle Univ., Mathematics. Nonlinear surface water waves, full dispersion, dissipation, stability.

Table 3: Steven Ceccio, Univ. of Michigan, Mechanical Engineering. Experimental methods, multiphase flows, high Reynolds number flows, cavitation and bubbly flows, optical flow measurement methods, electrical and radiation based tomography.  

Table 4: Amin Chabchoub, Univ. of Sydney, Environmental Fluid Mechanics. Nonlinear waves, dispersive shock waves, rogue waves.  

Table 5: Jacqueline Chen, Sandia National Laboratories, Combustion Research Facility. DNS of turbulent combustion relevant to engines and gas turbines, and high performance computing.  

Table 6: Bernard Deconinck, Univ. of Washington, Applied Mathematics. Surface water waves, asymptotic models.  

Table 7: Andrew Dickerson, Univ. of Central Florida, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. Drop and interfacial fluid mechanics, coupled systems, locomotion.

Table 8: Anette (Peko) Hosoi, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Mechanical Engineering. Physics of sports, locomotion, and data-driven models.  

Table 9: Hassan Masoud, Michigan Technological Univ., Mechanical Engineering – Engineering Mechanics. Interfacial and multiphase flows, fluid-structure interaction, biological and bio-inspired fluid mechanics, flow through porous media.  

Table 10: Robert Moser, Univ. of Texas at Austin, Mechanical Engineering. Turbulence physics and modeling, direct numerical simulation of turbulence, high-accuracy numerical methods, large-eddy simulation, turbulent combustion, cardiovascular fluid mechanics, verification, validation and uncertainty quantification in computational science.  

Table 11: Igor Pivkin, Universita della Svizzera italiana, Computational Science. Multiscale modeling, biophysics, cellular and molecular biomechanics.  

Table 12: Michael Plesniak, George Washington Univ., Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. Turbulence and complex flows, mixing phenomena, cardiovascular flows and phonation (speech production). 

Table 13: David Saintillan, Univ. of California San Diego, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. Complex fluids, active matter, suspensions, low-Reynolds-number flows. 

Table 14: Timothy Wei, Univ. of Nebraska-Lincoln, Mechanical and Materials Engineering. Classical turbulence (wakes, boundary layers), bio-fluids (vascular, bio-films, voice, hydrocephalus), swimming (dolphins, Olympics), applied (paper making, food), academic leadership (department head, dean).