AFMS is an independent non-profit society that supports and fosters interest in fluid mechanics and related disciplines in the Australasian region. This is done by providing a forum for people with a common interest, and by publishing or promoting relevant material. The Society aims to actively represent the views of its members to Government, institutes and the public. It supports all those with an interest in fluid mechanics including researchers and professionals. The AFMS is charged with overseeing and supporting the Australasian Fluid Mechanics Conference (AFMC) series.
The membership consists of those members of the Society who have indicated their wish to join the Society and who annually retain membership though the payment of designated dues. The AFMS was incorporated in Victoria, Australia on 14 October 2008.
Who can be a member?
Anyone who supports the aims of the Society, and has an interest in Fluid Mechanics.
How is the Society organized?
The Society's affairs are run by Council and its committees, within the constraints of the Rules of the Society. Council consists of an executive comprising the President, Vice-President, Treasurer and Secretary; plus the immediate past President.