The Gallery of Fluid Motion is intended to be a visual record of the aesthetic and science of contemporary fluid mechanics, to be shared both with fellow researchers and the general public. Each year, the submissions are judged for their combination of striking visual qualities and scientific interest and the top-ranked video and poster entries are designated as Milton Van Dyke Awardees or Gallery Winners, which are subsequently published in APS' journal Physical Review Fluids. The Gallery is intended to be a venue to showcase new images and work. If selected for publication as a Gallery winner, it is expected that normal copyright practices will be followed (either APS will be granted copyright of the images that can be reused by the author in other publications with appropriate attribution of original work, or if published in another journal prior to winning Gallery articles, the authors will secure similar authorization prior to being accepted for publication in the Gallery).
Please note that the Gallery of Fluid Motion is not a venue for technical posters (which can be submitted through the normal abstract submission), nor student posters.
i) All entries to the Gallery must create a submission entry (title, authors, affiliations, contact information and copyright permissions) by September 14, 2020 to enable the organizers to complete the program listing for the meeting.
ii) Authors must agree to make their entry available to the public under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
iii) All submissions (poster and video) must be uploaded to the Gallery by Monday, October 12, 2020.
iv) For video entries, the video may use any codec format and resolution (1920 x 1080 recommended), but must meet the following guidelines:
v) Posters should contain photographs and or graphics along with brief explanatory text and names and affiliations of all authors. Multiple entries by the same author are permitted, provided different images/artwork are used.
vi) All completed submissions will be assigned a permanently citable DOI record that can be used to reference the work.