The purpose of the symposium is to provide a means of reporting the latest developments on the uses of MEMS technology to problems in fluid mechanics and on flow related issues associated with MEMS devices. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Flow Sensors - Pressure, Velocity, Shear, Temperature, etc. High Reynolds Numbers, Subsonic and Supersonic Flows, Harsh Environments
Fluid Actuators - Micro-Jets, Micro-Pumps, etc., Modeling, etc.
Flow/Turbulence Control and MEMS - Arrays of Distributed Sensors and Actuators, Control Systems, Electro-Magnetic Turbulence Control in Sea Water, Models for Flow Control Using MEMS
Bio-Fluid Dynamics - Cytometry, Micro-Rheology, Micro-Bio-Processing
Chemical Processing - Species Separation, Chemical and Thermal Reactions, Flow Based Analysis Systems, etc.
Experimental and Fabrication Techniques
Numerical Simulation of Micro-Flows
Papers will be peer reviewed. Prospective authors are asked to submit three copies of a two-page abstract to the organizers. Accepted papers will be published in a bound volume available at the meeting.
Professor Mohamed Gad-el-Hak / Dept. of Aero. &;Mech. Engrg., Univ. of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN 46556. Ph.: 219 - 631 - 7826; Fax: 219 - 631 - 8341; e-mail: Mohamed.Gad-el-Hak.email@example.com
Dr. Promode R. Bandyopadhyay / Hydrodynamics Branch, Code 8233, NUWC, Newport,
RI 02841. Ph.: 401 - 841 - 2588 / 6037; Fax: 401 - 841 - 7012; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org