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24 October 2012:  seminar

On Wednesday the 24th of October, 2012, the next instalment of our seminar series will be held at Swinburne University of Technology, which will comprise lectures from Dr. Sergey Suslov and Assoc. Prof. Richard Manasseh.

Contact Prof. Billy Todd for enquiries.  See attached PDF for details.

Vacancy for Research Scientist/Engineer in Solid‐Liquid Handling, located in Perth

A vacant position is advertised at CSIRO Process Science and Engineering, in Perth, that may interest someone with a background in colloids/rheology

The advertisement can viewed at:
http://csiro.nga.net.au/?jobID=858D3543-4EE1-4D34-78AA-6DE010B27755&audienceTypeCode=EXT&appJobAd=1

The full position description is also attached.

If after reading the selection documentation you require further information please contact Dr Phillip Fawell by email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or phone (08) 9334 8024.  However, do not email the application itself directly to Dr Fawell.

Please note:
Applications close Thursday 20 September, 2012 (11:30pm Perth time)

PACRIM website launched

The website for the 6th Pacific Rim Conference on Rheology has been launched at http://www.pacrimrheology.com/

Rheology workshop in Auckland, December 2012

The University of Auckland and MEP Instruments are jointly organising a Rheology Workshop in Auckland on 05–06 December 2012. This workshop will cover the basics of rheological testing methods, including a hands-on session, and will have a particular focus on food and material rheology and data interpretation. In addition to presentations by Dr. Yacine Hemar (University of Auckland) and Dr. Sumanta Raha (MEP Instruments – Anton Paar), Dr. Loic Hilliou, Director of EURHEO (European Masters in Engineering Rheology) has been invited to give lectures on large deformation rheology.
For enquires contact Associate Professor Yacine Hemar (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.), School of Chemical Sciences, University of Auckland.

Reciprocal arrangements with AIP

As anounced at the AGM, in 2012 the ASR entered into a formal arrangement with the Australian Institute of Physics (AIP), in which the ASR is now a cognate society of the AIP, entailing benefits to ASR members on AIP events and membership. See Reciprocal Benefits (under Membership) for further information on this arrangement, as well as our longstanding relationship with the Korean Society of Rheology (KSR).

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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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