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You will be able to view the 2016 GFM videos and posters at this website once they have been uploaded. Here is a download of the 2015 GFM winners’ entries.

The deadline for poster and video applications has now passed. 

Videos must be sent in by 6 October The deadline has now passed.

Posters should be brought to the Meeting in Portland.  Here are some more instructions:

POSTER SET – UP – Bring your poster to the Meeting.  You will be able to put it up in Exhibit Hall B on Level 1 of the Oregon Convention Center between 13:00 and 21:00 on Saturday evening, 19 November, or between 06:30 and 09:00 on Sunday, 20 November.

There will be a central information and supply table with pushpins and velcro in Exhibit Hall B. (If you need anything else to mount your poster, you need to bring it.)  You will need to doublecheck that you are putting your poster in the correct location for the GFM Posters.

Your poster has a number which will be up on the board.  You can find out your number in the program which will be at the information desk.  Put your poster in the right place and remember you have a little less than one-half of an 8-foot long x 4-foot high poster board, i.e., 45″ x 45″, available for mounting.  Do not let your poster spread into someone else’s space.

VIDEO AND POSTER PRIZE PRESENTATION – Poster authors must be by their board during the Refreshment Break on Monday, 21 November from 15:45 – 16:30.  Prize winners will be announced during that time. Please bring a photo id as you will need to show it if you win in order to claim your prize.

POSTER REMOVAL – Presenters must take down their posters by 15:00 on Tuesday, 22 November. Any posters left after 15:00 will be discarded.


The Gallery of Fluid Motion consists 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 Physical Review Fluids. The top three winners in each category will be presented the Milton van Dyke Award  – consisting of a small monetary prize; a copy of the Album of Fluid Motion; and an award certificate.

The contributions will be displayed in Exhibit Hall B, Level 1, Convention Center. The award-winning entries will be announced on Monday, 21 November between 15:45 and 16:30.