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5th Joint US-European Fluids Engineering Summer Conference


Jul 15 - Jul 20, 2018

Jul 16 - Jul 19, 2018



The ASME Fluids Engineering Division (FED) cordially invites you to participate in their upcoming 5th Joint US-European Fluids Engineering Summer Conference (FEDSM2018). The FEDSM2018 program includes technical paper sessions, panel sessions, workshops, plenary lectures, graduate student scholarship competition, flow visualization competition, committee meetings, and social networking events. FEDSM2018 solicits paper contributions from all areas of fluids mechanics, encompassing both fundamental and application.

An exciting program is being developed for FEDSM2018 in Montreal, Canada. We invite you to join us during the 2018 conference and do not miss this unique opportunity to showcase your work, meet with colleagues, hear from peers, while enjoying state-of-the-art work presented and discussed during workshops, panel sessions, and plenaries.

The tracks/topics covered during this event include, but are not limited to, the following:

  1. Fluid Mechanics (FMTC) Track
    Topic 1-1 Fluids Engineering Education
    Topic 1-2 Boundary Layer Flows
    Topic 1-3 Vortex Dynamics
    Topic 1-4 High-Speed Flows
    Topic 1-5 Turbulent Flows
    Topic 1-6 Bio-Inspired Fluid Mechanics
    Topic 1-7 Aerospace
    Topic 1-8 Active Flow Control
    Topic 1-9 Fluid Power
    Topic 1-10 Transport Phenomena in Mixing
    Topic 1-11 Transport Phenomena in Materials Processing and Manufacturing
    Topic 1-12 Transport Phenomena in Energy Conversion
    Topic 1-13 Graduate Students Scholarship
  2. Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFDTC) Track
    Topic 2-1 Applied CFD
    Topic 2-2 CFD Development
    Topic 2-3 LES/DNS
    Topic 2-4 Hybrid LES/RANS
    Topic 2-5 Fluid Structure Interaction (including IBM)
    Topic 2-6 High Performance Computing
    Topic 2-7 Computational Marine Hydrodynamics
    Topic 2-8 Automated Design Optimization
    Topic 2-9 Computational Turbulent Combustion
    Topic 2-10 Data-based simulations and Machine Learning
    Topic 2-11 Graduate Students Scholarship
  3. Fluid Applications & Systems (FASTC) Track
    Topic 3-1 Atmospheric and Oceanic Flows
    Topic 3-2 Automotive flows
    Topic 3-3 Combustion
    Topic 3-4 Environmental Flows
    Topic 3-5 Fluid Power Systems
    Topic 3-6 Industrial Fluid Mechanics
    Topic 3-7 Multiphase flows applications
    Topic 3-8 Propulsion
    Topic 3-9 Rotating machinery
    Topic 3-10 Turbomachinery
    Topic 3-11 Fluid machinery
    Topic 3-12 Pumping Machinery
    Topic 3-13 Turbomachinery optimization
    Topic 3-14 Graduate Students Scholarship
  4. Fluid Measurement & Instrumentation (FMITC) Track
    Topic 4-1 Fluid Measurement and Instrumentation
    Topic 4-2 Noninvasive Measurements in Single and Multiphase Flows
    Topic 4-3 Fluid Dynamics of Wind Energy
    Topic 4-4 Marine Hydrodynamics
    Topic 4-5 Uncertainty, Validation and Verification
    Topic 4-6 Graduate Students Scholarship
  5. Multiphase Flow (MFTC) Track
    Topic 5-1 Numerical methods for Multiphase Flows
    Topic 5-2 Multiscale Methods for Multiphase Flows
    Topic 5-3 Experimental Methods for Multiphase Flows
    Topic 5-4 Cavitation
    Topic 5-5 Gas-Liquid Flows
    Topic 5-6 Liquid-Solid Flows
    Topic 5-7 Gas-Solid Flows
    Topic 5-8 Liquid-Liquid Flows
    Topic 5-9 Performance of Multiphase Flow Systems
    Topic 5-10 Bubble, Droplet, and aerosol Dynamics
    Topic 5-11 Interfacial Phenomena (waves, free surface flows)
    Topic 5-12 Erosion, slurry, sedimentation
    Topic 5-13 Phase change
    Topic 5-14 Graduate Students Scholarship
  6. Micro & Nano Fluid Dynamics (MNFDTC) Track
    Topic 6-1 Biomicrofluidics
    Topic 6-2 Electrokinetics
    Topic 6-3 Micro/nano-fluidics
    Topic 6-4 Graduate Students Scholarship
  7. Emerging Topics Track
    Topic 7-1 Emerging Topics in Fluids Engineering

Submission of Abstract
January 8, 2018

Submission of Full-Length Paper for Review
January 26, 2018

Submission of Revised Paper for Review (if required)
March 9, 2018

Submission of Final Paper
April 16, 2018