Workshop on Flow-Induced Crystallisation in Polymers
Flow-induced crystallisation in polymers is a central problem in both polymer physics and industrial polymer processing. The field has seen rapid recent progress in experiments, molecular simulations and modelling.
We invite you to our Industrial-Academic workshop on flow-induced crystallisation in polymers, which will involve presentations, software and demonstration lab experiments. The workshop will take place between 10:30 on Monday 20th January and 17:00 on Wednesday 22nd January and will be jointly hosted by the Universities of Leeds and Bradford.
The contributions from Nottingham, Leeds and Bradford will be based around our ongoing EPSRC-funded project. There will be the change to try out our new crystallisation module in the rheological modelling package RepTate and a hands-on experimental session at the labs in Bradford.
Julie Kornfield, Caltech
Ron Larson, University of Michigan
Greg Rutledge, MIT
Applications for presentations
We have a limited number of presentation slots. The deadline for presentation applications is Friday 1st November 2019. To apply for a presentation please follow the registration link below.
Registration is free. To register for this event, please follow the link below. The deadline to register is Monday 6th January 2020.
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Finding your way
Leeds is served by two major airports: Leeds Bradford and Manchester for further travel details see https://www.leeds.ac.uk/info/5000/about/131/find_us
The workshop will take place at the University of Leeds campus. This is about 15 minutes walk from Leeds City Centre where there are a wide range of hotels“ with “We suggest delegate arrange accommodation with convenient access to the University of Leeds campus (we will arrange transport for the Bradford part of the workshop). The Leeds campus is about 15 minutes walk from Leeds City Centre where there are a wide range of hotels.
A full schedule will appear here in due course.