It’s the time of year again for the American Physical Society Division of Fluid Dynamics meeting! Tomorrow I’ll fly to Portland, OR for three days of non-stop fluid dynamics. This year I’ll be giving two talks:
– Sunday, November 20th, 3:23pm, Room B117: F*** Yeah Fluid Dynamics: Inisde the science communication process
– Monday, November 21st, 6:01pm, Room E147-148: “In a sea of sticky molasses”: The physics of the Boston Molasses Flood
The latter talk is part of an ongoing project exploring the fluid dynamics of the Boston Molasses Flood of 1919. Since you’ll be hearing more about the project in the coming weeks and months, I’m sharing a sneak peek video I originally made for my Patreon patrons. If you’re interested in following the project’s progress, you may want to become an FYFD patron – otherwise, rest assured that you will see the final results eventually 🙂
I hope to see some of you in Portland, but if you can’t make it, I encourage you to follow the meeting on social media with #APSDFD!
(Video credit: N. Sharp/FYFD)