On Thursday the 15th of May 2014, the next instalment of our seminar series will be held at Edith Cowan University (Joondalup), Perth, which will comprise lectures from Dr. Phillip Fawell (CSIRO) and Dr. Alex Lubansky (Edith Cowan University).
Contact Dr. Alex Lubansky for enquiries.
PDF: Announcement & abstracts.
While the ASR is celebrating 30 years since its inception as an independent society, the Society of Rheology, Japan (SRJ) has reached its 40th anniversary. Further to the gift presented by the ASR to the SRJ, below is a message from the ASR's President.
|On behalf of the Australian Society of Rheology I want to extend our warmest wishes to all the members of the Society of Rheology, Japan, on its fortieth anniversary.
The Australian Society of Rheology committee also looks forward to hosting you at the 6th Pacific Rim Conference on Rheology in 2014.
With warmest regards,
Dr. Mark Coghill
President of the Australian Society of Rheology
On Wednesday the 13th of November, 2013, the next instalment of our seminar series will be held at Swinburne University of Technology (Hawthorn campus), Melbourne, which will comprise lectures from Prof. John Sader (U. Melb.) and Ms. Hui-En Teo (U. Melb.).
Contact Prof. Billy Todd for enquiries.
PDF: Announcement, map & abstracts.
There will be a Special Issue of KARJ published with the theme "Soft Matter Rheology: Theory and Experiments". Those interested in contributing an article in this Special Issue should urgently contact the Guest Editors: Prof. Kyu Hyun (Pusan National University, Pusan) & Prof. Won Bo Lee (Sogang University, Seoul).
Postgraduate students are invited to attend the 29th ACSSSC, in February 2014:
“As some of you are aware, the bi-annual Australian Colloid and Surface Science Student Conference is being held next year at the University of Ballarat, Mt. Helen Campus from Feb 3-7, 2014.
This conference has a more than 40 year history where postgraduate students of colloid and surface science have an opportunity to present and discuss their research in an informal, supportive and friendly atmosphere. In the last ten years, the topics covered in this conference have expanded into the biological areas and many different aspects of nanotechnology. Many of these topics also have direct relationships to suspension and polymer rheology.
Please find a promotion slide as a ppt or pdf to circulate to your colleagues and students. Abstract submission closes on November 29th. You can find more information on the conference at: http://colloid-oz.org.au/acsssc/.
Looking forward to seeing you and your students in February.
Kind Regards, Ray Dagastine & Anthony Stickland (conference chairs)”
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