NNC Sept 2021

Non-Newtonian Club, September 2021

Rheology of Multiphase Systems: Bubbles, Drops and Particles

We are delighted to announce the next annual Non-Newtonian Club meeting on the theme of “Rheology of multiphase systems: bubbles, drops and particles”. The meeting is organised by Mónica Oliveira, Konstantinos Zografos, Paul Grassia and Mark Haw at the University of Strathclyde and will be hosted virtually on Zoom platform on Friday 17th September.

The Non-Newtonian Club (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.


This meeting will include invited talks from:

• Ari Jäsberg and Tuomo Hjelt – VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd
Rheology of the foams used in foam aided chemical addition on paper machine

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• Isabelle Cantat – University of Rennes
Visco-elasticity of foam films - Local scale experimental study

• Nathanael Inkson – Siemens Digital Industries
Software Multiphase Rheology in CFD

• Anke Lindner – ESPCI Paris PSL, Sorbonne Université, Université de Paris
Steering microscopic particles in viscous flows via shape and deformability

• Elizabeth Jamie – Schlumberger Cambridge Research
Structure and rheology of a non-aqueous drilling fluid

• Adam Townsend – Durham University
Microorganisms swimming through structured networks: from the point of view of the microorganism


Full programme


Registration:

REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE AT NOON on Wednesday 15th of September.

To receive an invitation to the Zoom meeting, you will need to register for the meeting. You can do this via this form.

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.