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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NRC2023 abstract submission extended

The abstract submission for the Nordic Rheology Conference 2023 has been extended until Tuesday, January 31. You can access the abstract submission via the NRC2023 webpage or directly at READ MORE

 

2023-01-28, Olli-Ville.Laukkanen@vtt.fi
NRC2023 keynote speaker: Florian Nettesheim
Florian Nettesheim is a Lead Scientist at International Flavors and Fragrances Inc., based at their

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Florian Nettesheim is a Lead Scientist at International Flavors and Fragrances Inc., based at their R&D campus in Brabrand, Denmark. His focus area is ingredient functionality in foods, with a current emphasis on plant proteins and hydrocolloids for use in meat alternatives and other plant-based applications. At NRC2023, he will give a talk on the extensional rheology of food systems.
Read more about Dr. Nettesheim and his research on the NRC2023 webpage.

2023-01-18, Olli-Ville.Laukkanen@vtt.fi
Roland Kádár on the ASR webinar series on February 7
The NRS President Roland Kádár will give a talk in the Australian Society of Rheology webinar series

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The NRS President Roland Kádár will give a talk in the Australian Society of Rheology webinar series on February 7. The title of his presentation is "Nanoparticles in simple and not-so-simple flows". You can find further information and register for the webinar here: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/australian-society-of-rheology-seminar-07-february-2023-registration-518137111047

2023-01-14, Olli-Ville.Laukkanen@vtt.fi
Call for nominations: ESR Oldroyd early career award 2023
The Oldroyd early career award is bestowed by the ESR every year to a young prominent rheologist who

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The Oldroyd early career award is bestowed by the ESR every year to a young prominent rheologist who has distinguished her/himself in research, practice, or service to rheology, regardless of her or his geographical location. The nominee must have completed her/his first terminal degree no more than twelve years prior to the year of the award for which she/he is a candidate.

Nominations should be sent to the Chairman of the Early Career Award (Giovanni Ianniruberto iannirub@unina.it) not later than March 15, 2023. Please do not hesitate to contact the Chairman or the ESR President (mario.minale@unicampania.it) in case you need further information.

Please visit the ESR webpage for detailed nomination criteria and instructions.

 
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Apr
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
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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8th Pacific Rim Conference on Rheology The conference will take place in Vancouver, Canada. Read more
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Jul
XIXth International Congress on Rheology The conference will take place in Athens, Greece. Read more

 

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