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  • Gallery of Fluid Motion | American Physical Society 68th Annual DFD Meeting
    of posters and videos submitted by attendees illustrating the science and very often also the beauty of fluid motion Both computational and experimental entries are encouraged Poster and video entries must not duplicate one another A panel will select outstanding entries based on artistic value scientific content and originality The winning entries will be published as a special supplement to Physics of Fluids The top three winners in each category

    Original URL path: http://apsdfd2015.mit.edu/program/gallery-fluid-motion (2015-11-11)
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  • Instructions for Speakers, Session Chairs, and All Poster Presenters | American Physical Society 68th Annual DFD Meeting
    Invited lectures are 30 minutes long with an additional 5 minutes for discussion total 35 minutes The Andreas Acrivos Dissertation Award Lecture and François Frenkiel Award Lectures are 17 minutes with 3 additional minutes for discussion total 20 minutes Each presentation room is equipped with an LCD projector screen lavalier microphone and pointer Speakers must provide their own laptop computer Macintosh users should provide their own adaptor to connect their laptop to the projector Speakers are responsible for procurement and cost of renting any additional AV equipment Also note that the APS is not responsible for the security of any personal computers There is very little time to recover from an AV malfunction should one occur Please check for the following common reasons for malfunctions before your presentation Meeting room projectors will have 1024 by 768 resolution Please set your laptop resolutions to 1024 by 768 or lower Your images will not display properly if your laptop resolution is higher than the projector s Set the power profile monitor profile and screensaver on your laptop to turn off the sleep hibernate mode Your laptop will usually revert to its default resolution if it goes into sleep hibernate mode Animations and equations in PowerPoint are not necessarily compatible across different versions If you load your presentation on to a different computer please check that it displays correctly Show up ten minutes before the session starts and ask the student volunteer in the room to connect your laptop to the six way switch do not do so by yourself Macintosh users should bring their own adaptor to connect their laptop to the projector Speaker Ready Rooms staffed by technicians are provided for your use Please test your presentations and confirm your laptop settings in the Speaker Ready Room prior to your talk Please Note Speaker Ready Rooms are located in Convention Center Third Level Rooms 301 and 303 Additional Instructions for Session Chairs Please be on time Arrive in the presentation room at least 10 minutes prior to the session start time Just before the session begins briefly introduce yourself and explain the timing system to the audience Start the session on time Announce the first abstract and author when the monitor timing system signals the beginning of the talk Strictly adhere to the timing signals The purpose of these timing signals is to allow attendees to move from one session to another and to be able to rely on the exact time of each presentation as listed in the program Speakers must be asked to stop when their allotted time is up Please check the Session Updates Hall C Second Level Convention Center or online at https apsdfd2015 mit edu program and program agenda for your session If a presentation has been withdrawn or should a speaker fail to appear allow the preceding discussion to continue or suspend the session until it is time for the next scheduled abstract You may allow a speaker who misses his scheduled time to speak

    Original URL path: http://apsdfd2015.mit.edu/program/instructions-speakers-session-chairs-and-all-poster-presenters (2015-11-11)
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  • Technical Poster Session and Student Poster Competition | American Physical Society 68th Annual DFD Meeting
    recommended to be submitted to the Gallery of Fluid Motion The Technical Poster Session of the DFD Meeting is open to all participants Entries submitted by students are eligible for the Student Poster Competition which constitutes a specific opportunity for graduate and undergraduate students to enhance their presentation skills and to build their professional network The Technical Poster Session is held during a dedicated time slot This year it is Monday November 23 between 3 20pm and 4 05pm in Hall D Second Level Convention Center Those posters designated as Student Posters will be judged and awarded 1st and 2nd Prize for Best Poster in the following categories Category 1 Computational Fluid Dynamics Category 2 Experimental Fluid Dynamics Category 3 Microfluidics Drops Bubbles Interfacial fluid dynamics Winners in each category will receive awards and recognition during the meeting and will be highlighted in the DFD Newsletter A first author may submit an oral presentation OR a poster but NOT both Cash prizes of 250 for first place and 150 for second place in each category will be awarded Poster Presenter Guidelines Format Posters will be hung on a tack board with an available display area of 45 x 45 1

    Original URL path: http://apsdfd2015.mit.edu/program/technical-poster-session-and-student-poster-competition (2015-11-11)
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  • Restaurants | American Physical Society 68th Annual DFD Meeting
    Hotel Info Registration Abstract Submission Events Letter of Invitation Search form Search American Physical Society 68th Annual DFD Meeting Boston Massachusetts November 22 24 2015 You are here Information Restaurants A list of restaurants in the area will be posted

    Original URL path: http://apsdfd2015.mit.edu/information/restaurants (2015-11-11)
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  • Transportation | American Physical Society 68th Annual DFD Meeting
    hotels and the Hynes Convention Center Fares and travel time between the airport and the meeting hotels and convention center Mode Cost Travel Time MBTA Subway 2 65 About 30 40 minutes MBTA Silver Line FREE About 20 30 minutes to South Station Taxi About 25 45 About 15 25 minutes Shared Van About 20 or more About 30 40 minutes Back Bay Logan Express Bus 5 About 30 minutes The numbers above are based on current MBTA fare prices Other price and time estimations are based on online quotes for one way single rider fares in taxis Cost estimations for taxis do not include gratuity or tolls Travel times shown are estimated for all modes based on common conditions By Train Amtrak has scheduled train service to Boston from New York and other points in the Northeast Corridor The trip from New York City takes about four hours By Bus Regional Nationwide bus companies including Greyhound and Peter Pan stop downtown at South Station Several regional bus companies offer scheduled service from Boston to New Hampshire Cape Cod Rhode Island Connecticut and New York City GETTING AROUND BOSTON Public Transportation subway bus trolley car and boat Boston s public transportation system is operated by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority mbta com but locals know it simply as the T It offers subway bus trolley car and boat service to just about everywhere in the Greater Boston area and beyond For specific information on routes and schedules call the MBTA at 617 222 3200 or visit mbta com Car Taxi service is available throughout the city Uber Uber On Demand Transportation an app that connects you with a driver at the tap of a button Request a ride and have a driver curbside in minutes There s no need to

    Original URL path: http://apsdfd2015.mit.edu/information/transportation (2015-11-11)
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  • Venue and Map | American Physical Society 68th Annual DFD Meeting
    many amenities nearby attendees won t need to travel far to experience both the benefits of the event and the attractions of Boston A short ride from Logan International Airport and accessible to major roadways and public transportation the Hynes is perfectly situated for both local and out of town guests Boston is a wonderful blend of stylish sophistication and historic New England charm You can easily uncover the city s past while enjoying its distinctively modern edge Year round Boston s calendar is brimming with exceptional musical and theatrical productions and annual performances new exhibitions and timeless favorites walking tours or trolley tours ethnic festivals and festivals of Food Wine A walk through the Public Garden is simply delightful whether winter or springtime Boston Harbor offers a multitude of activities from harbor cruises at high noon to romantic sails at sunset from whale watches out on the ocean to people watching along the new HarborWalk Boston shops and galleries are inviting any time of year whether you re a serious and seasoned shopper a bona fide bargain hunter or a whimsical window shopper You can browse glass enclosed arcades meander open air marketplaces and stroll among independent brownstone boutiques There s history to be enjoyed as well as the freshest local seafood There are pocket parks public squares and the Arnold Arboretum to stroll or picnic There are movies under the stars and star studded concerts Enjoy a Boston tradition with a spin or two around the Frog Pond Explore the hidden gardens of Beacon Hill the inner courtyard of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and the enclosed garden at Trinity Church Sample award winning cuisine at four star restaurants or neighborhood bistros Sample hand crafted beers and taste test at Chowderfest The country s first public library with

    Original URL path: http://apsdfd2015.mit.edu/information/venue-and-map (2015-11-11)
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  • Parking | American Physical Society 68th Annual DFD Meeting
    Submission Events Letter of Invitation Search form Search American Physical Society 68th Annual DFD Meeting Boston Massachusetts November 22 24 2015 You are here Information Parking Parking Around the Convention Center Within a three block walk of the Hynes Convention Center are numerous private parking garages totaling over 4 400 spaces There is limited metered parking around the Hynes and adjacent streets This PDF details the location of parking options

    Original URL path: http://apsdfd2015.mit.edu/information/parking (2015-11-11)
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  • Workshop: All The Faces of Fluid Dynamics | American Physical Society 68th Annual DFD Meeting
    One Day Workshop Letter of Invitation Search form Search American Physical Society 68th Annual DFD Meeting Boston Massachusetts November 22 24 2015 You are here Events Workshop All The Faces of Fluid Dynamics Sponsored by the DFD Committee on Media and Science Relations Day Date Time Sunday 22 November 12 25 13 30 Location Sheraton Boston Gardner 3rd Floor Contact David Hu Georgia Tech hu me gatech edu To Register go to https aps15 registerat com Four junior faculty from diverse backgrounds will talk about their personal experiences as scientists in an increasingly diverse community Speakers will include MIT mechanical engineer Cullen Buie Penn mechanical engineer Paulo Arratia and UC Davis mathematician Becca Thomases The event will be emceed by Georgia Tech biomechanic David Hu a representative from the DFD press relations committee We will have 30 minutes of informal talks 30 minutes of question and answer period and 30 minutes of mingling The audience will learn about how to recognize stereotypes and unconscious bias in their everyday lives and how to react to them This workshop will help to give under represented members of APS especially students a safe place where their voice can be heard Lunch will be

    Original URL path: http://apsdfd2015.mit.edu/events/workshop-all-faces-fluid-dynamics (2015-11-11)
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