I would like to start this editorial by expressing my gratitude to three Associate Editors who have recently completed their three-year terms. Professor Peter Bradshaw has provided his unparalleled experience and expertise in all aspects of turbulent flows, particularly in turbulence modeling. Professor David Williams has been our expert in boundary layers, wakes, flow structures in separated flows and wakes as well as flow control. Dr. Frederic K. Wasden has provided a unique perspective that combines industrial experience in the chemical engineering industry and a background in multiphase flows, interfaces, liquid films and related nonlinear dynamics. The valuable service of the Associate Editors is critical for the success and reputation of a journal. Besides the essential technical knowledge, the job requires a considerable investment of time, and the willingness to perform tasks which are not always a pleasure (such as nagging referees to provide reviews...

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