On Wednesday the 13th of February, 2013, the next instalment of our seminar series will be held at Monash University, Clayton, which will comprise lectures from Dr. Gregory Sheard (Monash) and Dr. Guy Metcalfe (CSIRO).
Contact Dr. Prabhakar Ranganathan for enquiries. See attached PDF for details.
On Friday, the 25th of January 2013, Dr. J.-C. Baudez will deliver a lecture at RMIT entitled:
Water/solid matter interactions in sewage sludge: linking rheology and water activity.
Contact Dr. Nicky Eshtiaghi for enquiries. See attached PDF for the abstract.
Time: 17.30 for drinks and nibbles; lecture to start at 18:00.
Venue: Research Lounge, RMIT University
(Access via 5th Floor, Building 8, City Campus, RMIT University)
Professor Hyoung-Jin Choi, of Inha University, Korea, will be speaking at The University of Western Australia, Perth on Thursday, 20th December 2012. The topic of Professor Choi's talk will be: "Functional Smart Polymeric Complex Systems under External Fields: Materials and Rheology". For further details refer to the attachment (below).
A vacant position is advertised at RMIT University, in Melbourne, that may interest someone with a background in rheology, especially with applications in fields such as: multiphase fluids, mineral processing and characterisation, food processing and characterisation, materials processing and characterisation.
The advertisement can viewed at:
The full position description is also attached.
If after reading the selection documentation you require further information please contact Professor Chun Qing Li, Head of School, directly on +61 3 9925 9019. However, do not email the application itself directly to Prof. Li.
Applications close Sunday, 03 February 2013 (23:55 Melbourne time)
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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