A2 Photonic Sensors
AIP Publishing
APS Physical Review Journals
Cambridge University Press
CoCalc by SageMath, Inc.
GW Engineering
Larence Livermore National Laboratory
Office of Naval Research
Spraying Systems

Exhibitor Descriptions


A2 Photonic Sensors designs and manufactures innovative measurement systems for fluid mechanics and earth sciences since 2007. The company’s M2 is an advanced measurement device using a unique technology combining interferometry and mono-fiber optical probes. It is dedicated to bubbly flow and spray characterization and provides high-accuracy measurements of void/liquid fraction, bubble/droplet velocities and sizes.

The system has been successfully used in various operating conditions (high pressure, dense flows…) by many academic laboratories as well as in industry, for a wide range of applications: chemical industry, water treatment, hydrology, climatic wind tunnels, turbomachinery nozzles, agricultural sprays and many others.


Physics of Fluids (PoF) is a preeminent journal devoted to publishing original theoretical, computational, and experimental contributions to the understanding of the dynamics of gases, liquids, and complex or multiphase fluids. Both curiosity-driven and applied advances are received with enthusiasm.  Physics of Fluids publishes elegant work, often with stunning imagery, including videography. Topics published in PoF are diverse and reflect the most important subjects in fluid dynamics, including, but not limited to : Compressible Flows, Instability and Transition, Interfacial Flows, Viscous and Non-Newtonian Flows, Biofluid Mechanics, Laminar, Turbulent, and Geophysical flows, Micro-and Nanofluid Mechanics, Particulate, Multiphase, and Granular Flows.


The American Physical Society (APS) is a non-profit membership organization working to advance and diffuse the knowledge of physics through its outstanding research journals, scientific meetings, education, outreach, advocacy, and international activities. APS represents over 50,000 members, including physicists in academia, national laboratories, and industry in the United States and throughout the world. Please stop by our booth to learn more about APS programs and services.


Founded in 1899, the American Physical Society (APS) is a non-profit membership organization working to advance and diffuse the knowledge of physics. APS publishes the Physical Review journals, the world’s most widely read physics research and review journals. Stop by our booth to win a free rubber duckie while learning about our library of journals publishing fluids research including Physical Review Fluids and the new, highly selective, open access journals PRX Energy and PRX Life.


Cambridge University Press is part of the University of Cambridge, and one of the leading publishers of books and journals in fluid dynamics. Visit our stand to discuss your publishing plans and ideas with us, learn about our plans, browse both our latest and our classic publications. Ask us about Open Access publishing. Take advantage of our conference offers, such as 60% off all books on display and free shipping. Find out about how to access our online collection that includes the best in online learning materials as well as free articles and chapters.


CoCalc by SageMath, Inc. enables collaboration via web browser with flexible cloud compute resources while using open-source applications, such as Jupyter notebooks, Linux Terminal, LaTeX/Markdown documents, VS Code, X11 Graphical Desktop, course management system (with Jupyter auto-grading), and computational whiteboard/slideshow environment. The platform supports Python, R, Julia, Octave, C++, Javascript, SageMath, and many more file/kernel types. CoCalc’s elimination of the installation and package maintenance issues often associated with open-source software, custom fine-grained version control “TimeTravel”, integration with GitHub, and an easy-to-access AI interface for GPT 3.5 & 4 signify a clear value-added. On-premise installations are also available via Docker and HELM.


Dantec Dynamics develops and manufactures measurement systems that determine physical properties in fluids and in solid structures. We deliver turnkey as well as customized solutions with user-friendly software. Furthermore, our clients benefit from superior technical application support worldwide.

You gain accurate measurement results easily and quickly which help you accelerate the pace of discovery, innovation, quality control or NDT. Our distinct competence and experience in integrating measurement methods and technologies into the right solution for you, is unique.

Partnering with Dantec Dynamics helps you gain crucial knowledge from any test or measurement campaign.

Dantec Dynamics – Turn Measurements into Knowledge


GW Engineering is a preeminent engineering school with recognized and differentiated strengths in high-quality education and high-impact research that leverage our competitive advantages and our diverse community. These strengths emerge from the synthesis of technical expertise, a broader perspective, and our unique location in the nation’s capital, empowering our faculty, students, and alumni for leadership, innovation, and societal impact. This “engineering and…” mindset drives GW Engineering to partner with other GW schools and colleges and with companies and government agencies around DC and the world to connect engineering to other disciplines and to responsibly translate innovations to society.


Get faster results and save resources with IDT’s long-record streaming solutions!

IDT has been revolutionizing high-speed imaging as a market leader in high-performance compact cameras since 1997. Introducing its Phoenix series with HD resolution at >13,000fps and 4K resolution at >3,000fps, IDT’s streaming systems offer you powerful, real-time image processing without stopping your experiment for downloads. Achieve higher dynamic range and expanded field of view in your recordings with IDT’s unique Dual Exposure and Dual FPS features. Fully integrated Double Exposure and Auto Exposure also eliminate trial and error with synchronization/timing and illumination, making the system ideal for all fluids research.


Kanomax, is headquartered in Osaka Japan and was founded in 1934, through 90-year accumulated knowledge and knowhow, strives to deliver the best measurement solutions in its products and services that adapt precision measurement technology for fluids and particles across several research areas and industries all over the world.

As cutting-edge fluid measurement solutions, several research institutes, universities, and industries have adopted our proprietary Laser Doppler Velocimeter and hot-wire flow velocimeter for long time. Now we are working on visualization technique and film sensors for anemometer to create the future of measurement and further contribute to you.


LaVision provides integrated measurement systems for experimental fluid dynamics including combusting and multiphase flows, material characterization, and in cylinder/combustion chamber measurement for the automotive and aerospace markets. LaVision is the market leader in image-based measurement systems playing a pioneering role in the development of techniques such as Particle Image Velocimetry, laser Induced Fluorescence, Digital Image Correlation, Background Oriented Schlieren and Infra-Red Absorption Spectroscopy. By partnering with leading Universities and Research Institutions, LaVision stays at the forefront of measurement science and ensures that the products and services provided remain relevant to the Academic, Government and Industrial sectors it serves.


Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) is the “go to” laboratory for science & technology solutions to the toughest and most important problems affecting national and global security. If you are interested in contributing to pushing the frontiers of knowledge to build the scientific and technological foundation that will be needed to address the national security issues of the future, then we invite you to apply!


MSE, Inc. manufactures miniature optical sensors for fluid, surface, and particle velocity measurements, specializing in custom specifications. Products include: miniLDV, the industry’s smallest LDV for velocity of fluid flow and surfaces; microPro for wall shear stress measurement; microV, the smallest time-of-flight velocity sensor; 2D-LCA (Laser Cantilever Anemometer) a robust improvement on the hot wire; and miniLDV-G5B for wind and water-tunnel monitoring. Drag-on-Demand for 2D time-resolved drag of scaled models in fluids; OPS (Optical Particle Sizing) for measuring particle speed, size, count. New This year: LDSV (Laser Doppler Surface Velocimeter) for industrial applications; SLV Surface Length Velocimeter for industrial monitoring applications.


Since 2002, Microvec has been offering PIV, PTV, DIC, and LDV systems worldwide to aid in the furthering of scientific research. With its innovative and patented techniques, Microvec has managed to introduce new technologies and distribute world-class systems to universities and other organizations. Microvec continuously strives to use its research to discover new ways to further the capabilities of technology used in scientific research. Recently, Microvec has developed ground-breaking AI PIV software based on deep learning techniques to achieve high spatial resolution results not possible with traditional PIV.


The Department of the Navy’s Office of Naval Research provides the science and technology necessary to maintain the Navy and Marine Corps’ technological advantage. Through its Naval Research Enterprise (NRE) affiliates, ONR is a leader in science and technology with engagement in 50 states, 55 countries, 634 institutions of higher learning and nonprofit institutions, and more than 960 industry partners. ONR, through its NRE commands, includes ONR Global and the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, D.C., employs more than 3,800 people, comprising uniformed, civilian and contract personnel.


Photron is a global leader in high-speed imaging technology and slow-motion analysis. The company has helped revolutionize the industry by providing extraordinary light sensitivity in its high-speed imaging camera products. Markets include the scientific, R&D, manufacturing, automotive, military/defense, aerospace, and medical industries. Photron’s high-speed cameras are used in a great number of applications including fluidics research. Their popular FASTCAM Nova family of cameras features seven different models, with recording rates up to 20,000fps at megapixel resolution and 1.1Mfps at reduced image resolutions, along with shutter speeds to 0.2μs.  4K cameras with 9.4-megapixel resolution and recording rates to 1,250fps are also available.


The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) is an international society of over 14,000+ members from 85 countries. SIAM publishes 18 peer-reviewed journals, a robust books program which includes 500+ textbooks and monographs, as well as conference proceedings.


With over 85 years of experience, Spraying Systems Company is the world’s leading manufacturer of industrial spray products offering a vast array of more than 100,000 top-quality spray nozzles and accessories. In addition, we produce headers, manifolds and many fully-automated spray systems. Our ISO 9001:2008 & ISO 14001:2004 approved manufacturing, world-wide presence and highly skilled sales staff make us uniquely qualified to help you with your specific spray application.


Tyto Robotics specializes in the development of professional testing tools for the characterization of brushless motors, propellers and drones. Our test equipment and software precisely measure thrust, torque, RPM, power and efficiency to help drone designers optimize their propulsion systems.


WindShape, headquartered in Switzerland, is a leader in indoor wind and micro-weather testing solutions. Their revolutionary Windshaper technology allows precise replication of real-world micro-weather phenomena in laboratory settings. Founded in 2016, WindShape has transformed experimental aerodynamics and gained global recognition, serving both academia and industry in over 12 countries. Their technology empowers research in aerodynamics, drone technology, and beyond. WindShape’s scalable and controllable testing solutions are paving the way for the future of fluid dynamics research.