Nordic Rheology Conference

 

The annual NRC, the Nordic Rheology Conference features invited speakers of international standing as well as sessions on general rheology. Read more about the next NRC.
Contributing papers are published in the Annual Transactions of the NRS which is distributed to the members. The NRC also offers an exhibition of rheological equipment, poster display and rheology courses which makes it the leading meeting place for industry and academia in the Nordic countries.

 

 

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2016
Helsinki
co-organised with the Nordic Polymer days

2015
Karlstad
Particulate and fibrous dispersions

2014
Reykjavik
Suspensions and emulsions

2013
København
Rheology of pharmaceuticals, biopolymers and food powder rheology

2012
Oslo
Rheology for industrial processes

2011
Helsinki
Polymer solutions, suspensions and melts

2010
Göteborg
Joint conference with the AERC

2009
Reykjavik
Suspension and Emulsion Rheology

2008
København
Food rheology

2007
Stavanger
Emulsions and suspensions

2006
Stockholm
Heterogeneous systems

2005
Tampere
Rheology of processing

2004
Reykjavik
Suspensions, Emulsions and Fresh Concrete

2003
Tórshavn
Suspensions and emulsions

2002
Göteborg
Rheology for processing

2001
Trondheim
Rheology of mixed systems

2000
Helsinki
The rheology of polymers

1999
København
Process rheology and measurements

1998
Lund
Gels

1997
Reykjavik
Cement based materials

1996
Stavanger
Industrial Rheology

1995
Helsinki
Polymer rheology – Polymer melts and solutions

1994
København
Food rheology

1993
Göteborg
Rheology of suspensions

1992
Trondheim
Inauguration of the NRS

 

 

  HIGHLIGHTS

AERC Plenary Speaker: Sébastian Manneville
We are delighted to start the new year by introducing the first plenary speaker to AERC 2021 –Sébastien Manneville. For more information see the AERC web site.
Sébastien Manneville is a professor in physics in Lyon. He received his basic physics training at Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris. After completing his PhD on time-reversed acoustics applied to flow velocimetry he continued with a post-doc at Boston University specializing in ultrasound imaging. In 2001, he joined the CNRS as a junior researcher in Bordeaux and 2006 he was appointed as a full professor at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon. His research focuses on shear-induced instabilities in complex fluids and soft glassy materials as well as developing innovative tools for soft matter and rheology based on ultrasound.
The title of his plenary talk is: Yielding dynamics of soft glassy materials: stress overshoot, shear banding and avalanches
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