Nordic Rheology Society

Rheology is defined as the science of the deformation and flow of matter, which means that rheology in some form enters almost every study of material properties. In the Nordic countries, rheological measurements have become standard techniques in both industrial and academic research. The Nordic Rheology Society has been formed as a meeting ground for engineers, physicists, chemists and biologists engaged in rheology in industry and academia.

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Jun
Nordic Polymer Days 2019 The conference will be held at NTNU in Trondheim, Norway. Read more
16
Jun
8th International Symposium on Food Rheology and Structure The 8th ISFRS will be held in Zurich, Switzerland. Read more
21
Aug
NRC2019 in Gothenburg The 28th Nordic Rheology Conference will be held at Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg. Read more
23
Sep
Rheology step 1 training The course is organized by Reokonsa and takes place in Malmö, Sweden. Read more
20
Oct
Society of Rheology (US) meeting in North Carolina The SoR 91st Annual Meeting will be held in Raleigh, North Carolina in October Read more
11
Nov
Rheology step 2 training The course is organized by Reokonsa and takes place in Malmö, Sweden. Read more
2
Aug 2020
2020 International Congress of Rheology The ICR is held every four years and will next time be held in Rio de Janeiro Read more

 

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2019-05-14
NRC early bird fee expires after June 1
After June 1 the registration fee for the NRC will go up, so please register now. If you h
After June 1 the registration fee for the NRC will go up, so please register now. If you have submitted an anstract you will be notified well in advance of June 1.

More information about registration and the NRC is found on the NRC web page.

2019-04-30

NRC abstract submission extended
The abstracts submission to the Nordic Rheology Conference is extended. The program includ
The abstracts submission to the Nordic Rheology Conference is extended. The program includes a mixture of plenary lectures by internationally renowned invited lecturers and contributions from NRC delegates, and you still have time to submit abstracts for your presentations - posters as well as lectures.

Authors should submit a clear and concise description of the contribution as a PDF file, no more than a half A4 in length, to abstractnrc2019@chalmers.se with the subject line ‘NRC2019-abstract’ before May 10.

Please specify in the submission email:
  • Name of the presenter
  • Preference for oral or poster
  • Institution/company of the presenter

More information is found on the NRC web page.

2019-04-18

Submit your abstract to the NRC!
The Nordic Rheology Conference will be held in Gothenburg August 21-23. The program includ
The Nordic Rheology Conference will be held in Gothenburg August 21-23. The program includes a mixture of plenary lectures by internationally renowned invited lecturers and contributions from NRC delegates, and it is now time to submit abstracts for your presentations, posters as well as lectures.

Authors should submit a clear and concise description of the contribution as a PDF file, no more than a half A4 in length, to abstractnrc2019@chalmers.se with the subject line ‘NRC2019-abstract’ before April 26.

Please specify in the submission email:
  • Name of the presenter
  • Preference for oral or poster
  • Institution/company of the presenter

More information is found on the NRC web page.

2019-04-11

Jan Vermant receives the Weissenberg Award 2019
Jan Vermant is a leading scientist in colloid and interfacial dynamics. His work includes
Jan Vermant is a leading scientist in colloid and interfacial dynamics. His work includes important findings on dispersion rheology and he is recognized for his innovative and foundational contributions to interfacial rheology. Similar to the symbolics of the plant depicted in the award statue, he inspires students and colleagues to grow and develop. In the photo ESR President Peter Fischer (left) hands over the delicate statue to Jan Vermant (center), overseen by Gerald Fuller (right). Read more about the award and his work on the ESR web and on his research group's page.
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