It’s time! The American Physical Society’s Division of Fluid Dynamics meeting opens in Pittsburgh tomorrow morning. It promises to be a very busy few days. Most of that activity will probably not be immediate apparent here on FYFD, but I encourage you to follow along on @fyfluiddynamics, where I’ll be giving a running commentary.
For those attending APS, I have two talks:
- “F*** Yeah Fluid Dynamics: Lessons in online outreach” – Sunday, 5:37pm, Rm 306/307
- “Discrete surface roughness effects on a blunt hypersonic cone in a quiet tunnel” – Tuesday, 1:31pm, Rm 326
I’m looking forward to the chance to meet in person as well, so keep an eye out (I’ll have FYFD stickers on my nametag) and be sure to say hello! There’s been some interest in an informal FYFD get-together, too, so keep an eye on Twitter for that.
Finally, I want to extend my thanks again to all the donors who made it possible for me to get to APS this year. I deeply appreciate your generosity. Special thanks are due to Pointwise, Symscape, and @cenyree for their outstanding support of FYFD! Thank you all again. – Nicole