Experiments in Fluids 33 (2002) 3–4 Editorial DOI 10.1007/s00348-002-0470-3 J.H. Whitelaw This volume of Experiments in Fluids is dedicated to of Essen with Wolfgang’s new appointment, and Imperial Professor Wolfgang Merzkirch, who retired as Editor at College and with close links to the Springer ofﬁces in the end of last year but continued to contribute his time Heidelberg and the Production Department in Berlin. and knowledge until the Editors’ Meeting of March 2002. There were annual meetings of the Editors and Springer I do not intend to reiterate the comments contained in staff, usually in Essen or Heidelberg, informal meetings of previous Editorials, including the announcement of the two Editors as required and informal meetings with Wolfgang’s 60th birthday in Volume 19, his retirement in Mr von Hagen in several cities around the world. The Volume 32 or my own in Volume 27, but it is appropriate Journal developed on this basis, and the increasing need to reﬂect on the beginnings, the changes over the years for frequent contacts with Springer staff, including those in since the publication of the ﬁrst volume in 1983, and those the Publicity and Production Departments and the Engi- anticipated in the years to
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Published: Jul 20, 2002
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