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During abstract submission, you will be asked to select a sorting category for your abstract. This category is used by meeting organizers to help place your abstract in an appropriate session. Note that there may or may not be a direct correspondence between the sorting category and an actual session at the meeting. If you have a second choice for a category, you may indicate it as a ‘special instruction’.

In addition to the over 300 categories for regular contributed abstracts on fluid physics, there will be minisymposia, focus sessions, and sessions for fluids education and outreach topics. These are in Categories 39 and above.

Minisymposia talks are by invitation of the session chairs only. Focus sessions have open submissions, and the session chairs will help structure the session. Any abstract submitted to a focus session but not selected for the session will still be placed in an appropriate regular session.

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1. Acoustics: General
1.1 Acoustics: Aeroacoustics
1.2 Acoustics: Hydroacoustics
1.3 Acoustics: Thermoacoustics
2. Aerodynamics: General
2.1 Aerodynamics: Control
2.2 Aerodynamics: Fixed, Flapping and Rotating Wings
2.3 Aerodynamics: Fluid Structure Interactions, Membranes, Flutter
2.4 Aerodynamics: Theory
2.5 Aerodynamics: Vehicles
2.6 Aerodynamics: Wind Energy
3. Astrophysical fluid dynamics
4. Biological fluid dynamics: General
4.1 Biological fluid dynamics: Biofilms
4.2 Biological fluid dynamics: Collective Behavior and Microswimmers
4.3 Biological fluid dynamics: Flows in Fluid Films and Biofilms
4.4 Biological fluid dynamics: Flows involving Vesicles and Micelles
4.5 Biological fluid dynamics: Single Cells and Bacteria
4.6 Biological fluid dynamics: Plant Biomechanics
4.7 Biological fluid dynamics: Physiological
4.7.1 Biological fluid dynamics: Physiological – Cardiac flows
4.7.2 Biological fluid dynamics: Physiological – Small-scale vascular flows
4.7.3 Biological fluid dynamics: Physiological – Large-scale vascular flows
4.7.4 Biological fluid dynamics: Physiological – Respiratory flows
4.7.5 Biological fluid dynamics: Physiological – Brain
4.7.6 Biological fluid dynamics: Physiological – Phonation and Speech
4.8 Biological fluid dynamics: Flying
4.8.1 Biological fluid dynamics: Flying – Bats
4.8.2 Biological fluid dynamics: Flying – Birds
4.8.3 Biological fluid dynamics: Flying – Insects
4.9 Biological fluid dynamics: Locomotion
4.9.1 Biological fluid dynamics: Locomotion – Swimming
4.9.2 Biological fluid dynamics: Locomotion – Flapping
4.9.3 Biological fluid dynamics: Locomotion – Active Suspensions
4.9.4 Biological fluid dynamics: Locomotion – Bacteria
4.9.5 Biological fluid dynamics: Locomotion – Microswimmers
4.9.6 Biological fluid dynamics: Locomotion – Insect Flight
4.9.7 Biological fluid dynamics: Locomotion – Non-Newtonian Fluids4.10 Biological fluid dynamics: Medical Devices
4.11 Biological fluid dynamics: Pumping Phenomena
5. Boundary Layers: General
5.1 Boundary Layers: Compressible and Thermal
5.2 Boundary Layers: Structure and Turbulence
5.3 Boundary Layers: Turbulent Boundary Layers
5.3.1 Boundary Layers: Turbulent Boundary Layers – High Re Effects
5.3.2 Boundary Layers: Turbulent Boundary Layers – Wall Modeling
5.4 Boundary Layers: Flow over Roughness Elements
5.5 Boundary Layers: Superhydrophobic Surfaces
5.6 Boundary Layers: Wind Turbine Interaction
6. Bubbles: General
6.1 Bubbles: Acoustics
6.2 Bubbles: Cavitation, Nucleation, Collapse, Coalescence
6.3 Bubbles: Cavitation, Acoustics and Biomedical
6.4 Bubbles: Collective dynamics
6.5 Bubbles: Dynamics
6.6 Bubbles: Growth, Heat Transfer and Boiling
6.7 Bubbles: Microbubbles and Nanobubbles
6.8 Bubbles: Rupture
6.10 Bubbles: Surfactants and Foams
7.0 Compressible Flows: General
7.1 Compressible Flow: Supersonic and Hypersonic
7.2 Compressible Flow: Shock waves and explosions
7.3 Compressible Flow: Shock Interactions and Focusing
7.4 Compressible Flow: Turbulence
7.5 Compressible Flow: Stability
7.6 Compressible Flow: Shock-Boundary Layer Interaction
8. Computational Fluid Dynamics: General
8.1 Computational Fluid Dynamics: Algorithms
8.2 Computational Fluid Dynamics: DG and Higher Order Schemes
8.3 Computational Fluid Dynamics: Immersed Boundary Methods
8.4 Computational Fluid Dynamics: High Performance Computing
8.5 Computational Fluid Dynamics: Applications
8.6 Computational Fluid Dynamics: LBM
8.7 Computational Fluid Dynamics: LES, DNS, Hybrid RANS/LES
8.8 Computational Fluid Dynamics: RANS Modeling
8.9 Computational Fluid Dynamics: Shock Capturing
8.10 Computational Fluid Dynamics: SPH
8.11 Computational Fluid Dynamics: Transonic flows and Turbomachinery
8.12 Computational Fluid Dynamics: Unstructured grids/AMR
8.13 Computational Fluid Dynamics: Uncertainty Quantification
9. Convection and Buoyancy-driven flows: General
9.1 Convection and Buoyancy-driven flows: Binary systems
9.2 Convection and Buoyancy-driven flows: Heat Transfer and Forced Convection
9.3 Convection and Buoyancy-driven flows: Environmental
9.4 Convection and Buoyancy-driven flows: Free-convection and Rayleigh-Benard
9.5 Convection and Buoyancy-driven flows: Thermal Radiation
9.6 Convection and Buoyancy-driven flows: Particle-laden
9.7 Convection and Buoyancy-driven flows: Stratified Flow
9.8 Convection and Buoyancy-driven flows: Thermal Instability
9.9 Convection and Buoyancy-driven flows: Materials Processing
9.10 Convection and Buoyancy-driven flows: Numerical Simulations
9.11 Convection and Buoyancy-driven flows: Turbulent Convection
10. Drops: General
10.1 Drops: Buoyancy Effects
10.2 Drops: Bouncing, Impact and Dynamic Surface Interactions
10.3 Drops: Complex Fluids
10.4 Drops: Electric Field Effects
10.5 Drops: Elastic Surfaces and Fibers
10.6 Drops: Heat Transfer and Evaporation
10.7 Drops: Impact on Surfaces
10.8 Drops: Instability, Break-up and Splashing
10.9 Drops: Interactions
10.10 Drops: Levitation
10.11 Drops: Laden with Particles
10.12 Drops: Pinch-off and Coalescence
10.13 Drops: Sessile and Static Surface Interactions
10.14 Drops: Superhydrophobic Surfaces
10.15 Drops: Wetting and Spreading
11. Electrokinetic Flows: General
11.1 Electrokinetic Flows: Computations
11.2 Electrokinetic Flows: Electric Double Layers
11.3 Electrokinetic Flows: Ion-selective Interfaces
11.4 Electrokinetic Flows: Instability and Chaos
11.5 Electrokinetic Flows: Induced-Charge Flows and Nonlinear Dynamics
11.6 Electrokinetic Flows: Porous Media and Charge Storage
11.7 Electrokinetic Flows: Nanochannels and Surface Conduction
11.8 Electrokinetic Flows: Preconcentration, Separations and Reactions
12. Energy: General
12.1 Energy: Combustion
12.5 Energy: Wind and Hydraulic Power
12.6 Energy: Storage
13. Experimental Techniques: General
13.1 Experimental Techniques: Aerodynamics/Wind Tunnel
13.2 Experimental Techniques: Data Analysis, Bias and Uncertainty
13.4 Experimental Techniques: Flow Visualization
13.5 Experimental Techniques: Fluorescence and Microscale
13.6 Experimental Techniques: High Speed
13.7 Experimental Techniques: Multiphase Flow
13.8 Experimental Techniques: Laser-based Diagnostics and Particle Tracking
13.9 Experimental Techniques: Surface Scalar visualization (e.g. Pressure, Temperature)
13.10 Experimental Techniques: Reacting Flows and Spectroscopy
14. Free-Surface Flows: General
14.1 Free-Surface Flows: Waves
14.2 Free-Surface Flows: Hydraulic Jump
14.3 Free-Surface Flows: Interaction with Structures
14.4 Free-Surface Flows: Instability
14.5 Free-Surface Flows: Turbulence
14.6 Free-Surface Flows: Mixing
14.7 Free-surface Flows: Near-surface wakes
15. Flow Control: General
15.1 Flow Control: Actuator Design and Analysis
15.2 Flow Control: Coherent Structures, Vortices and Turbulence
15.3 Flow Control: Drag Reduction
15.4 Flow Control: Passive
15.5 Flow Control: Plasma Actuators
15.6 Flow Control: Separation
15.7 Flow Control: Theory
16. Flow Instability: General
16.1 Flow Instability: Boundary Layers
16.1.2 Flow Instability: Boundary Layers – Three Dimensional
16.1.3 Flow instability: Boundary Layers – Transition
16.2 Flow Instability: Control
16.3 Flow Instability: Elastic and Complex fluids
16.4 Flow Instability: Geophysical
16.5 Flow Instability: Global Modes
16.6 Flow Instability: Interfacial and Thin Film
16.6.1 Flow Instability: Interfacial and Thin Film – Elasticity and Substrates
16.6.2 Flow Instability: Interfacial and Thin Film – Fingering
16.7 Flow Instability: Multiphase Flow
16.8 Flow Instability: Nonlinear Dynamics
16.9 Flow Instability: Pulsating Flows
16.10 Flow Instability: Kelvin-Helmholtz
16.11 Flow Instability: Rayleigh-Taylor
16.12 Flow Instability: Richtmyer-Meshkov
16.13 Flow Instability: Theory
16.14 Flow Instability: Transition to Turbulence
16.15 Flow Instability: Vortex Flows
16.16 Flow Instability: Wakes
17. General Fluid Dynamics
17.1 General Fluid Dynamics: Rotating Flows
17.2 General Fluid Dynamics: Theory
17.3 General Fluid Dynamics: Viscous Flows
17.4 General Fluid Dynamics: Drag Reduction
17.5 General Fluid Dynamics: Obstacles, Flow Constrictions
17.6 General Fluid Dynamics: Mathematical Methods
17.8 General Fluid Dynamics: Multi-physics Phenomena
18. Geophysical Fluid Dynamics: General
18.1 Geophysical Fluid Dynamics: Atmospheric
18.2 Geophysical Fluid Dynamics: Oceanographic
18.3 Geophysical Fluid Dynamics: Air-Sea Interaction
18.4 Geophysical Fluid Dynamics: Climate Science
18.5 Geophysical Fluid Dynamics: Rotating Flows
18.6 Geophysical Fluid Dynamics: Stratified Flows
18.7 Geophysical Fluid Dynamics: Sediment transport
18.8 Geophysical Fluid Dynamics: Mesoscale Dynamics
18.9 Geophysical Fluid Dynamics: Mixing
18.10 Geophysical Fluid Dynamics: Theory
18.11 Geophysical Fluid Dynamics: Cryosphere
19. Granular Flows: General
19.1 Granular Flows: Impact and Force Transmission
19.2 Granular Flows: Locomotion and Drag
19.3 Granular Flows: Applications
19.4 Granular Flows: Jamming and Cooling
19.5 Granular Flows: Mixing, Segregation and Separation
19.6 Granular Flows: Fluctuations and Instabilities
20. Industrial Applications: General
20.1 Industrial Applications: Energy
20.3 Industrial Applications: Marine Hydrokinetic Energy Conversion
20.4 Industrial Applications: Power Generation and Propulsion
21. Jets: General
21.1 Jets: Swirling
21.2 Jets: Impinging
21.3 Jets: Mixing and Control
22. Magnetohydrodynamics
23. Microscale Flows: General
23.1 Microscale Flows: Computations
23.2 Microscale Flows: Chemical and Biochemical Analysis
23.3 Microscale Flows: Devices
23.4 Microscale Flows: Drops, Bubbles
23.5 Microscale Flows: Electrokinetics
23.6 Microscale Flows: Electro/Magnetic Manipulation
23.7 Microscale Flows: Emulsions
23.8 Microscale Flows: Microfluidic Devices
23.9 Microscale Flows: Ion-selective Membranes and Channels
23.10 Microscale Flows: Interfaces and Wetting
23.11 Microscale Flows: Locomotion
23.12 Microscale Flows: Mixing and Reactions
23.13 Microscale Flows: Opto-Fluidics
23.14 Microscale Flows: Oscillations
23.15 Microscale Flows: Porous Media and Porous Electrodes
23.16 Microscale Flows: Pumping
23.17 Microscale Flows: Particles
23.17.1 Microscale Flows: Particles – Orientation and Self-assembly
23.17.2 Microscale Flows: Particles – Electrokinetically induced Flow
23.18 Microscale Flows: Flow in Microchannels
24. Multiphase Flows: General
24.1 Multiphase Flows: Bubbly flows, Cavitation and Ventilation
24.2 Multiphase Flows: Computational Methods
24.3 Multiphase Flows: Modeling and Theory
24.4 Multiphase Flows: Particle-laden flows
24.5 Multiphase Flows: Turbulence
25. Nano Flows: General
25.1 Nano Flows: Basic Flow Physics
25.3 Nano Flows: Computations and Modeling
25.4 Nano Flows: Devices and Applications
25.5 Nano Flows: Electrokinetics and Concentration Polarization
25.7 Nano Flows: Industrial Processes
25.8 Nano Flows: Membranes
25.10 Nano Flows: Separation, Chemical/BioChemical Analysis
26. Nonlinear Dynamics: General
26.1 Nonlinear Dynamics: Bifurcations
26.2 Nonlinear Dynamics: Chaos
26.5 Nonlinear Dynamics: Coherent Structures
26.6 Nonlinear Dynamics: Model Reduction
26.7 Nonlinear Dynamics: Topology
26.8 Nonlinear Dynamics: Transition to Turbulence
26.9 Nonlinear Dynamics: Turbulence
27. Non-Newtonian Flows: General
27.1 Non-Newtonian Flows: Rheology
27.3 Non-Newtonian Flows: Computational Methods
27.5 Non-Newtonian Flows: Instability and Turbulence
27.6 Non-Newtonian Flows: Polymer Solutions
27.7 Non-Newtonian Flows: Applications
28. Porous Media Flows: General
28.1 Porous Media Flows: Convection and Heat Transfer
28.2 Porous Media Flows: CO2 Sequestration
28.4 Porous Media Flows: Imbibition and Injection
28.5 Porous Media Flows: Mixing and Turbulence
28.6 Porous Media Flows: Wicking and Drying
28.7 Porous Media Flows: Displacement of Immiscible Fluids
29. Particle-laden Flows: General
29.1 Particle-laden Flows: Clustering
29.2 Particle-laden Flows: Liquid-Solid Flows
29.3 Particle-laden Flows: Experimental Techniques
29.4 Particle-laden Flows: Non-Spherical Particles
29.5 Particle-laden Flows: Deformable Particles
29.6 Particle-laden Flows: Particle-Resolved Simulations
29.7 Particle-laden Flows: Particle-Turbulence Interaction
29.8 Particle-laden Flows: Radiation and Optics
29.9 Particle-laden Flows: Simulations
29.10 Particle-laden Flows: Turbulence Modulation
30. Rarefied Flows: General
30.2 Rarefied Flows: DSMC
31. Reacting Flows: General
31.3 Reacting Flows: Emissions and Soot
31.4 Reacting Flows: Computational Methods
31.5 Reacting Flows: DNS
31.6 Reacting Flows: LES
31.7 Reacting Flows: Instability
31.8 Reacting Flows: Kinetics
31.9 Reacting Flows: Experiments
31.10 Reacting Flows: Extinction and Ignition
31.11 Reacting Flows: Turbulent Combustion
31.12 Reacting Flows: Sprays and Multiphase Flow Effects
31.13 Reacting Flows: Modeling and Theory
31.14 Reacting Flows: Modeling and Simulations
31.15 Reacting Flows: Premixed
31.16 Reacting Flows: Non-premixed
31.17 Reacting Flows: PFD and FDF
31.18 Reacting Flows: Detonations, Explosions and DDT
32. Separated Flows: General
32.1 Separated Flows: Control
32.3 Separated Flows: Massive Separation
32.4 Separated Flows: Modeling and Theory
32.5 Separated Flows: Applications
32.7 Separated Flows: Simulations
32.8 Separated Flows: Wakes
33. Suspensions: General
33.1 Suspensions: Confined Flows
33.3 Suspensions: Rheology
33.4 Suspensions: Structure and Phase Transitions
33.5 Suspensions: Fluid-Particle Interaction
33.6 Suspensions: Fluidization
33.7 Suspensions: Instability
33.8 Suspensions: Theory and Modeling
34. Surface Tension Effects: General
34.1 Surface Tension Effects: Inter-particle interaction
34.2 Surface Tension Effects: Interfacial Phenomena
34.3 Surface Tension Effects: Textured Substrates
35. Superfluids: General
35.1 Superfluids: Dynamics – Vortices
36. Turbulence: General
36.2 Turbulence: Planetary Boundary layer
36.3 Turbulence: Boundary layers
36.4 Turbulence: Buoyancy-driven
36.5 Turbulence: Compressible
36.6 Turbulence: Environmental Flows
36.7 Turbulence: Effects of Stratification
36.8 Turbulence: Jets
36.9 Turbulence: Shear layers
36.10 Turbulence: Turbulent/Non-turbulent Interface
36.11 Turbulence: Wakes
36.12 Turbulence: Mixing
36.13 Turbulence: Modeling
36.14 Turbulence: Multiphase flow
36.15 Turbulence: Particle-laden flows
36.16 Turbulence: Flow through Pipes
36.17 Turbulence: Simulations
36.17.1 Turbulence: Simulations – DNS
36.17.2 Turbulence: Simulations – LES
36.18 Turbulence: Theory
36.18.1 Turbulence: Theory – Wall-bounded Flows
36.18.2 Turbulence: Theory – Measurements
37. Vortex dynamics and vortex flows: General
37.2 Vortex dynamics and Vortex flows: Astrophysical/Geophysical
37.3 Vortex dynamics and Vortex flows: Instability
37.4 Vortex dynamics and Vortex flows: Theory
37.5 Vortex dynamics and Vortex flows: Wakes
37.6 Vortex dynamics and Vortex flows: Propulsion
37.7 Vortex dynamics and Vortex flows: Environmental/Geophysical
37.8 Vortex dynamics and Vortex flows: Simulations
37.9 Vortex dynamics and Vortex flows: Superfluids
37.10 Vortex dynamics and Vortex flows: Turbulence
38. Waves: General
38.1 Waves: Surface Waves
38.2 Waves: Internal and Interfacial Waves
38.3 Waves: Nonlinear Dynamics and Turbulence
39. MINI-SYMPOSIA (By Invitation Only)
39.1 Flying fish and diving birds (by invitation only). Organizers: Alexandra Techet, Eva Kanso
39.2 Fluid dynamics of atmospheric clouds (by invitation only). Organizer: Raymond Shaw
39.3 Life processes at biologically intermediate Reynolds numbers (by invitation only). Organizers: Laura Miller, Arvind Santhanakrishnan
39.4 Recent advancements in turbulent mixing in stratified geophysical flows (by invitation only). Organizers: Jeffrey Koseff, Stephen Monismith, Brian White
39.5 Tutorial: Modal Analysis Methods for Fluid Flows (by invitation only). Organizers: Kunihiko Taira, Maziar Hemati, Mitul Luhar
40. Focus Sessions. Open to regular submissions.
40.1 Modal Analysis Methods for Fluid Flows. This session is coordinated with the minisymposium on the same topic, and is open to regular submissions. Organizers: Kunihiko Taira, Maziar Hemati, Mitul Luhar
40.2 Modeling, computations and applications of wetting/dewetting problems. Organizers: Satish Kumar, Stephane Zaleski, Shahriar Afkhami
40.3 Unanswered Questions in Viscous Fingering. Organizers: Irmgard Bischofberger, Sungyon Lee
40.4 The physics of Electrospray and Electrospinning: Current knowledge and State of the Art. Organizer: Alfonso Ganan Calvo
40.5 Life processes at biologically intermediate Reynolds numbers. This session is coordinated with the minisymposium on the same topic, and is open to regular submissions. Organizers: Laura Miller, Arvind Santhanakrishnan
40.6 Fluid dynamics of atmospheric clouds. This session is coordinated with the minisymposium on the same topic, and is open to regular submissions. Organizer: Raymond Shaw
40.7 The Fluid Dynamics of Fire: From small to large scales. Organizer: Michael Gollner
41. Fluid Dynamics – Student Poster Competition
42. Fluid Dynamics – Education, Outreach, and Diversity