64th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics — Sunday November 20, 2011

I attended the 64th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics on November 20-22, 2011 in Baltimore, MD. It was a very informative conference. Meet & Greet with Innovators in the field of Physics.

  • Day One Agenda
  •  Welcome Breakfast @ the Baltimore Convention Center included turkey saugage & egg biscuits, bagels, orange juice, coffee, and tea.

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Gallery of Fluid Motion consists of computational and experimental still images and videos submitted by attendees.

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Interactive Flow Studies specialize in developing products as part of the solution to your educational needs in laboratories or classrooms. FLOWCOACH and ePIV modules allow educators and students to obtain full understanding of the fluid mechanics theory with experimental visualization. Flow model inserts can be made by students as an integrated part of the Design-Build-Test-Analyze educational process.

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IOP Publishing promotes the advancement and dissemination of a knowledge of and education in the science of physics, pure and applied.

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Accompanying Persons Program included an accompanying person visit to to the National Gallery of Arts in Washington, DC via bus travel from 10am to 4pm. The visit was guided by an Art Historian.

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National Gallery of Arts in Washington, DC

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National Gallery of Arts in Washington, DC

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National Gallery of Arts in Washington, DC

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National Gallery Sculpture Garden at Washington, DC

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Washington Monument at Washington, DC

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National Mall at Washington, DC

  • I ended my day with reflection and relaxation.
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