The 70th Annual Meeting of the American Physical Society Division of Fluid Dynamics was a tremendous success. This website will stay up for a few years as a reference.

The conference Reception  Details here.

The meeting was held November 19 – 21, 2017 in downtown Denver, Colorado at the Colorado Convention Center. This was one of the largest gatherings of the fluid dynamics research community in the world. There were 3300 participants and 3000 presentations with about 1/3 from outside the United States. All relevant abstracts are accepted (topics). Associated presentations are 10 minutes in length, resulting in a fast-paced, supportive environment showcasing the latest results from fluid science and engineering. Graduate and undergraduate students are encouraged to participate.

The full technical program is now available on the APS website . To make browsing the program easier, each session has been tagged with a track such as ‘CFD’ or ‘Bubbles’. You can filter by the tags from the Session Index page. The printed program including the grid can be downloaded here. The program is also available in a phone app.

All free ticketed events were full, however you can ask to be put on an event waitlist  here.

An informal Accompanying Visitors program was assembled by Caryl Kassoy. Sign up here.

 There are a number of innovations offered this year: an online jobs board, a closing reception, flow visualization projected in the main concourse, commemorative water bottles and an art installation by Mark J. Stock.
We hope you enjoyed the meeting!

Jean Hertzberg and Peter Hamlington

Co-Chairs, DFD 2017 Local Organizing Committee