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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The NRC2023 abstract submission and registration are open

You can now submit abstracts and register for the Nordic Rheology Conference 2023. Please note that the deadline for the abstract submission is January 15, 2023, and the deadline for the early-bird registration is February 15, 2023.

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2022-11-11, Olli-Ville.Laukkanen@vtt.fi
NRC2023 keynote speaker: Michael Beyrer
Micheal Beyrer is a full professor at the School of Engineering at HES-SO Valais-Wallis in Sion, Swi

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Micheal Beyrer is a full professor at the School of Engineering at HES-SO Valais-Wallis in Sion, Switzerland, where he is head of the Sustainable Food Systems group. His research focuses on food process engineering, equipment design and interplay with food structure. At the NRC2023, he will talk about the flow dynamics of protein melts and alignment of aggregates in extruder cooling dies.
Read more about Prof. Beyrer and his research on the NRC2023 webpage and on his homepage.

2022-10-27, laukkanen@pc.rwth-aachen.de
NRC2023 keynote speaker: Anwesha Sarkar
Anwesha Sarkar is a Professor of Colloids and Surfaces at the University of Leeds and serves as the

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Anwesha Sarkar is a Professor of Colloids and Surfaces at the University of Leeds and serves as the Director of Research and Innovation for the School of Food Science and Nutrition. Her research group focuses on multi-scale understanding of dynamics of food colloidal structures and orally ingested soft materials during oral processing.
Read more about Prof. Sarkar and her research on the NRC2023 webpage and on her homepage.

2022-10-23, laukkanen@pc.rwth-aachen.de
NRC2023 student travel grants
Student members of the NRS are encouraged to apply for the NRC2023 student travel grant. Please send

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Student members of the NRS are encouraged to apply for the NRC2023 student travel grant. Please send a one-page application stating type of studies, title of contribution to the conference and a motivation, complete with the supervisor’s signature, to the NRS President Roland Kádár (roland.kadar@chalmers.se) before January 30, 2023.

 
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Apr 2023
Nordic Rheology Conference 2023 NRC2023 will take place in Aarhus, Denmark with the theme of 'Soft Matter Science meets Food'. Read more
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May 2023
European Young Rheologists Symposium 2023 The event is specifically dedicated to young rheologists and it will take place in Microsoft Teams. Read more
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Jul 2023
XIXth International Congress on Rheology (ICR2023) The conference will take place in Athens, Greece. Read more

 

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