Welcome to the ASR

The Australian Society of Rheology is open to all who are practicing, or have an interest, in the field of Rheology. There are no formal requirements for entry. We are privileged to number amongst our members leading Australian Rheologists from both Academic and Industrial backgrounds.

The membership of the ASR is drawn from academic, government, commercial and industrial backgrounds and as such provides a strong and broad base of rheological knowledge. We are also delighted to have a number of overseas members. A principal aim of the Society is to form a bridge between academic research and industry.

9th Australian-Korean Rheology Conference

University of Sydney, Australia - 29 Nov - 1 Dec 2017

The ninth combined conference of the Australian Society of Rheology and the Korean Society of Rheology will be held at The University of Sydney, Australia from 29 November to 1 December 2017. The event will provide an international forum to showcase rheological research in Australia, Korea and the broader Pacific region. All scientists and engineers interested in rheology are invited to participate in this conference.


The AKRC will be held immediately after the Statistical Mechanics of Soft Matter Workshop (SM^2) at The University of Sydney (27 - 28 Nov 2017). Website: http://smsq.github.io/


Conference highlights:

  • ASR Medallion lecture by Prof R.R. Huilgol
  • Invited speakers from Australia and Korea


Conference themes:

  • Soft materials, colloids, and self-assembled materials
  • Emulsions, foams, powders and granular systems
  • Micro- and nano-rheology
  • Non-Newtonian fluid mechanics
  • Polymers, biomaterials and biological systems
  • Rheological innovation and impact


Abstract submission:

Please submit one-page abstracts to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 5 pm(AEST), Friday 29 Sept 2017.


Please refer to the conference website (https://akrc2017.eventbrite.com.au) and attached Flyer for further information.


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A formal membership to the ASR requires the completion of a membership application form before an online account can be activated. See rheology.org.au/membership


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