What is the Non-Newtonian Club??
The Non-Newtonian Club (NNC) is an informal rheology discussion group which provides low-cost, 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.
We met in March 2012 in conjunction with the AGM in Manchester. The meeting on hydrogels was hosted by Dr Xue-Feng Yuan and was very well attended.
Bettina Wolf, Non-Newtonian Club Coordinator
Imperial, London, 10th November 2010
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We encourage anyone practising rheology to present, including PhD students and young scientists as well as more experienced rheologists and industrial rheologists. We do not have a central theme so as to invite interaction from a range of disciplines. The meeting is held in a friendly atmosphere in order to promote discussion, interaction and learning.
Birmingham University, 3rd JULY 2008 - REPORT
The previous NNC meeting was held at Univ of Birmingham on October 21st 2008, hosted by Serafim Bakalis. The catering was sponsored by Anton Paar Ltd. This was once again a well attended and highly interactive meeting, and I thank all the contributors plus Serafim for his excellent organisational skills in putting it together. Congratulations to Yan Yan for the best presentation from a young rheologist (see image below). Please click below the report on the meeting written by Steve Goodyer.
|21st October 2008
||University of Birmingham
||Anton Paar Ltd.
||Yan Yan, University of Birmingham
|3rd July 2008
||University of Edinburgh
||Oliver Henrich, University of Edinburgh
|23rd November 2007
||Unilever R&D Port Sunlight
||Dr. Anne-Laure Ferry
Université du Maine
La Mans (France)
|19th June 2007
||University of Oxford
||Dr. Peter Martin
||Anton Paar Ltd
|6th June 2006
||University of Nottingham
||Dr. Karen Steel
||Unilever Corporate Research
University of Cambridge
|2nd November 2005
||University of the West of England