In 2014, the scientific program will include four award lectures and eight invited lectures along with minisymposia, focus sessions, contributed papers, poster sessions, exhibits and the Gallery of Fluid Motion poster and video entries. Over 2300 contributed abstracts, divided into more than 33 concurrent sessions, are anticipated.
Each year the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics presents the Fluid Dynamics Prize, the Francois Frenkiel Award, the Andreas Acrivos Dissertation Award, and the Stanley Corrsin Award. The 2014 award winners, each one of whom will give a lecture at the meeting, will be announced in the Fall.
Eight invited lectures on topics of broad interest to the DFD community will be given by experts in each field. The program also includes minisymposia and focus sessions dealing with exciting current research.