Dedicated volume in honour of Wolfgang Merzkirch, Founding Editor

Dedicated volume in honour of Wolfgang Merzkirch, Founding Editor Experiments in Fluids 33 (2002) 1 Editorial DOI 10.1007/s00348-002-0469-9 It is indeed a pleasure to celebrate the retirement of effective responses of both referees and authors are much Wolfgang Merzkirch as a Founding Editor of Experiments appreciated and, no doubt, are a reflection of their respect in Fluids with this dedicated volume. His longstanding and for Wolfgang. wide ranging contributions to the evolution of Experi- We would like to take this opportunity to express our ments in Fluids, in concert with those of his colleague, Jim appreciation to our colleagues at Springer-Verlag for Whitelaw, the other Founding Editor, are well known to their efforts, not only in relation to the dedicated issue, our community. We are grateful to Jim for providing an but also for the many aspects of effective journal historical account of our journal on this occasion. It surely advancement and coordination, led by Dr. Hubertus will be an enduring and interesting record for successive Riedesel and Mrs. Erdmuthe Raufelder, and production, generations of researchers. directed by Ms. Dagmar Rossow. Their high professional In the January 2002 issue of Experiments of Fluids, standards and responsiveness will continue to enhance we recognized Wolfgang Merzkirch’s leadership in his our journal. In addition, we are grateful to Mrs. JoAnn capacity as an Editor, in addition to his own research Casciano of Lehigh University for her continuing endeavours, involvement with the organization of administrative efforts on behalf of our journal, including conferences, and service on panels and committees. With the timely coordination of the review processes for this this dedicated issue, we honour him with articles by dedicated volume. researchers representing a broad spectrum of experimental On this occasion of honouring Wolfgang Merzkirch, fluid mechanics. These contributions, which include both it is clear that, with the spirited efforts of all involved, experimental techniques and characterization of flow we can look forward to the sustained excellence of physics, are representative of the current and projected Experiments in Fluids. themes of our journal. An endeavour of this sort requires timely contributions from authors, and their willingness to optimize the quality Mory Gharib of their articles by undertaking revisions in a punctual Don Rockwell fashion. Central to this entire process is, of course, the Alex Taylor involvement of our dedicated referees. The prompt and Cam Tropea http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Experiments in Fluids Springer Journals

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Copyright © 2002 by Springer-Verlag
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Engineering; Engineering Fluid Dynamics; Fluid- and Aerodynamics; Engineering Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer
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0723-4864
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1432-1114
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10.1007/s00348-002-0469-9
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Experiments in Fluids 33 (2002) 1 Editorial DOI 10.1007/s00348-002-0469-9 It is indeed a pleasure to celebrate the retirement of effective responses of both referees and authors are much Wolfgang Merzkirch as a Founding Editor of Experiments appreciated and, no doubt, are a reflection of their respect in Fluids with this dedicated volume. His longstanding and for Wolfgang. wide ranging contributions to the evolution of Experi- We would like to take this opportunity to express our ments in Fluids, in concert with those of his colleague, Jim appreciation to our colleagues at Springer-Verlag for Whitelaw, the other Founding Editor, are well known to their efforts, not only in relation to the dedicated issue, our community. We are grateful to Jim for providing an but also for the many aspects of effective journal historical account of our journal on this occasion. It surely advancement and coordination, led by Dr. Hubertus will be an enduring and interesting record for successive Riedesel and Mrs. Erdmuthe Raufelder, and production, generations of researchers. directed by Ms. Dagmar Rossow. Their high professional In the January 2002 issue of Experiments of Fluids, standards and responsiveness will continue to enhance we recognized Wolfgang Merzkirch’s leadership in his our journal. In addition, we are grateful to Mrs. JoAnn capacity as an Editor, in addition to his own research Casciano of Lehigh University for her continuing endeavours, involvement with the organization of administrative efforts on behalf of our journal, including conferences, and service on panels and committees. With the timely coordination of the review processes for this this dedicated issue, we honour him with articles by dedicated volume. researchers representing a broad spectrum of experimental On this occasion of honouring Wolfgang Merzkirch, fluid mechanics. These contributions, which include both it is clear that, with the spirited efforts of all involved, experimental techniques and characterization of flow we can look forward to the sustained excellence of physics, are representative of the current and projected Experiments in Fluids. themes of our journal. An endeavour of this sort requires timely contributions from authors, and their willingness to optimize the quality Mory Gharib of their articles by undertaking revisions in a punctual Don Rockwell fashion. Central to this entire process is, of course, the Alex Taylor involvement of our dedicated referees. The prompt and Cam Tropea

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