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European Fluid Mechanics Conference - EFMC14, 13th-16th September 2022, Athens (Greece)

Du 13 septembre 2022 au 16 septembre 2022

Abstract submission deadline:
February 28th 2022

Authors’ notification about abstract acceptance:
March 21st 2022

Early Registration deadline:
June 15th 2022

Late Registration deadline:
September 5th 2022

Conference starts:
September 13th 2022


The EFMC is organized biennially under the auspices of the European Mechanics Society EUROMECH and covers all fields of fluid mechanics. Since the inaugural meeting in Cambridge 1991 the EFMC has evolved to the main fluid mechanics conference in Europe. It provides the opportunity to meet and discuss with the leading scientists in the field.

Dear colleagues and friends,

On behalf of the Local Organising Committee, I would like to warmly invite you to the 14th European Fluid Mechanics Conference that will take place in Athens, Greece on September 13-16, 2022.

The Steering and Organizing Committees along with supporting scientific associations, will develop an exceptional scientific program focusing on recent advances and future trends in fluid mechanics, bringing together the European fluid mechanics community for extensive discussion and networking opportunities, especially after such a long period of lockdowns and restrictions in meeting physically. 

Plenary lectures, keynote lectures, mini symposia, workshops and oral presentations will make up the program, all delivered by distinguished invited speakers, active academics and researchers in the field of fluid mechanics and promising members of our scientific community, either students or young scientists.

Alongside the technical program, participants will enjoy Athens, a destination of mythical dimensions, historical sites and modern new buildings, one of which is the conference venue, which allows for a perfect event for science, education, networking and lasting memories. 

We look forward to welcoming you to Greece, a country widely known for the quality of its scientists, the deep roots to scientific thought and of course its hospitality in some of the most beautiful natural environments one can encounter on our planet.

John Tsamopoulos 
Professor, Fellow of APS/DFD and 
Director of the Laboratory of Fluid Mechanics and Rheology, 
Department of Chemical Engineering, 
University of Patras