Droplets 2015 will host a video contest in cooperation with Photron. This method of presentation is ideally suited for flow-related physics, and an excellent way to present your exciting results! The entries will be displayed on screens throughout the conference venue during the entire event. The best video will be awarded a monetary prize of 500 Euro!

Video submissions should be no longer than 2 minutes in length; audio cannot be accommodated on site. Make sure your video is about your research and understandable for a broad audience. High quality videos are preferred. The video should start with a title screen, followed by the video. The title screen should consist of a black background with white text stating “Droplets 2015 video contest”, video title, abstract ID, contributor names and affiliations.

You can submit a video for the contest if you have an approved poster or talk. Use the abstract ID of this contribution as reference. The movies can be uploaded on YouTube and should have the text Droplets2015 video contest and your abstract ID in the description. You can subscribe for the movie contest by sending a short abstract, including the video title, abstract ID, contributor names and affiliations and video link to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Video submission is possible until the 4th of October, 2015.

Prior to the abstract submission deadline, if you plan on entering the video contest, please send an email to the same address to let us know your intent to submit. This will help us gauge the total number of submissions as early as possible.