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Non-Newtonian Club: Rheology for Processing

Location
Keighton Auditorium Lecture Theatre
Date(s)
Thursday 19th September 2019 (09:00-16:30)
Contact
Claire McIlroy
Description

 Non-Newtonian Club: Rheology for Processing

British society of Rheology

We are delighted to announce that on behalf of the British Society of Rheology, we will be hosting the annual Non-Newtonian Club (one-day) meeting at the University of Nottingham, Thursday 19th September, 2019. The theme of the meeting will be Rheology for Processing, with a focus session on Additive Manufacturing.

The British Society of Rheology (BSR) is a charitable society focused on the science of " the deformation of matter". The BSR's main objective is to promote the science and the dissemination of knowledge in the areas of pure and applied rheology to all. The BSR runs a number of annual scientific meetings, including the Non-Newtonian Club (NNC).  NNC is an informal rheology discussion group which provides half-day or one-day meetings with the aim of bringing together experienced and not-so-experienced rheologists from industry and academia. PhD students with an interest in rheology are particularly encouraged to attend, as it is you who are the future of our discipline. 

 

Invited speakers:

Catherine Kelly, University of Birmingham

Helen Wilson, University College London

Ian Robinson, Durham University

Nigel Clarke, University of Sheffield

Richard Thompson, Durham University

 

Focus Session: Additive Manufacturing

Azar Shirazi, University of Birmingham

Dario Cavallo, University of Genoa

Ester Garcia-Tunon Blanca, University of Liverpool

Patrick Anderson, Eindhoven

Peter van Puyvelde, KU Leuven

Zuoxin Zhou, University of Nottingham

 

Sponsored Poster Prize £200

Established in 1850 to stage the Great Exhibition, the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 then invested the profits, initially by purchasing land for the development of the South Kensington cultural estate of museums, colleges and the Albert Hall. Today it awards grants and fellowships in support of science, engineering and industry to the value of £4m a year.

Further information is available on its website: www.royalcommission1851.org.uk

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Registration link

To register for the this event, please follow the link below. Deadline to register is Friday 31st August 2019.

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List of abstracts and agenda 

To view and download the list of abstracts, please follow the link below.

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To view and download the agenda, please follow the link below.

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Finding your way

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School of Mathematical Sciences

The University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

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