Exp Fluids (2010) 48:545–546 DOI 10.1007/s00348-010-0859-3 EDITORIAL Special section on the 13th International Symposium on Flow Visualization Kenneth D. Kihm Jean Pierre Prenel Published online: 20 March 2010 Springer-Verlag 2010 The 13th International Symposium on Flow Visualization Electrical Manipulations, Natural Life, Human Life, Earth (ISFV 13, http://isfv13.univ-fcomte.fr) was held at the and Environment, and Art and Learning. In addition, more Acropolis Convention Center, Nice, France on July 1–4, than 40 posters were displayed throughout the duration of 2008. The 12th French congress on visualization in ﬂuid the conference. mechanics (Fluvisu 12) was jointly held at the same venue. The special committee of eight internationally recog- Every 2 years, the ISFV series gathers the international nized researchers (Kyung Chun Kim, Sang Joon Lee, communities of Fluids and Thermal Engineering around Osamu Mochizuki, Robert Nelson, Jean-Michel Desse, the common theme of imagery and optical measurements, Daniel H. Fruman, Godfrey Mungal, and Kenneth D. including the development of new visualization techniques, Kihm) attended the presentation sessions to invite selected visualization of transport phenomena, characterization of authors to submit their manuscripts for the special section ﬁelds of velocity, temperature and pressure, and of course, for Experiments in Fluids. A total of 20 conference
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