Melbourne, Australia. 27 September–01 October 2015.
APCChE is a bi-annual conference for the Asian Pacific community of chemical and process engineers and industrial chemists who come together to discuss latest developments in the field, recognise outstanding achievement and share lessons learned. APCChE 2015 will provide an excellent platform for chemical engineers and researchers to showcase their latest research and technologies.
Note: ASR is running a rheology sub-theme
Hobart, Australia. 01–05 February 2015.
The 7th biennial Australian Colloid and Interface Science Symposium will be held in Australia in February 2015. The 2015 themes are: Biointerfaces and Material Interactions; Colloid and Surface Forces; Neutron and Synchrotron Scattering; Particles at Interfaces and Wetting Phenomena; Rheology and Suspension stability; Nanostructured lipid mesophases; Colloids and Interfaces in diagnostics and theranostics and Frontiers in colloid and interface science.
Website: AICS 2015
Canberra, Australia. 07–11 December 2014.
The 21st biennial Australian Institute of Physics Congress has the overarching theme 'The Art of Physics'. "The conference theme 'The Art of Physics' should be read in many ways. There is an art to doing physics, and our apparatus is often the work of artisans. Our scientific images are sometimes beautiful and intriguing. Some physicists are active in the art community, and some artists find inspiration in physics. We encourage conference presenters to highlight the art in their physics." The Congress also incorporates the Annual meeting of the Australian Optical Society as well as meetings of the many technical groups and discipline areas associated with the AIP.
Melbourne, Australia. 14–17 September 2014.
ISMIP8 will bring together the global fluid mixing community.
Melbourne, Australia. 21–24 July 2014.
The 6th Pacific Rim Conference on Rheology (PRCR-6) will be held in Australia in July 2014. Since 1994, PRCR has been organized by Australian/Asian Societies as a periodic, major International Rheology conference, thereby contributing to progress in the wide field of rheology. For more details, see the dedicated ASR web page to PACRIM 2014 and the official PACRIM 2104 conference website below.
Ballarat, Australia. 03–07 February 2014.
At the ACSSSC, postgraduate students of colloid and surface science have an opportunity to present and discuss their research in an informal environment. The topics covered in this conference have expanded into the biological areas and nanotechnology. Many of these topics also have direct relationships to suspension and polymer rheology.
Perth, Australia. 13–14 November 2013.
This Summit will bring together a panel of experts in the design, construction, operation and maintenance of long-distance mineral slurry pipelines.
Brisbane, Australia. 03–04 October 2013.
The seventh combined conference of the Australian Society of Rheology and the Korean Society of Rheology 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. Papers on all areas of rheology are welcomed.
Flyer with registration form: KARC 2013 flyer
Programme outline: KARC 2013 outline
Brisbane, Australia. 30 September–03 October 2013.
Chemeca is the annual conference of the Australian and New Zealand community of chemical engineers and industrial chemists. This year the organisers of Chemeca have added rheology as one of the official conference themes.
Milan, Italy. 09–13 September 2013.
FisMat 2013 will cover topics including Metals and metallic alloys; Low dimensional materials (surfaces, thin films, nanostructures); Statistical and nonlinear physics; Polymers and organic molecules; Fluids and soft matter; Biophysics and biomedical applications; Energy; Environmental physics; General theory/Computational physics, which may be relevant to rheology, fluid dynamics, and statistical mechanics.
Santiago, Chile. 28–30 August 2013.
Tailings 2013 is billed as the "first international seminar on tailings management". In conjunction with the conference, a workshop will also be held on "Material characterisation for the design of tailings and rock pile management", presented by Dr. Dirk Van Zyl and Dr. Andy Fourie.
Conference website: http://www.tailings2013.com/english/
Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney & Brisbane, Australia. 22, 23, 24, 26, 29 & 30 July 2013.
Auckland, Palmerston North & Christchurch, New Zealand. 31 July, 01 & 02 August 2013.
This two-hour seminar will guide attendees through some of the fundamental properties of dispersed systems and demonstrate how these affect rheological properties and how this understanding allows the rheology of the material to be controlled.
Piraeus, Greece. 17–19 July 2013.
This Invited Session is part of the KES International Conference on Innovation in Medicine and Healthcare (InMed-3). Organ additive fabrication or biofabrication has provided the opportunity for rheology to play a key role in developing polymer scaffolds to light medical biorheological devices. The developed biorheological material and devices might be not only be used in biofabrication but take the next step as a countermeasure or intervention, with examples including biorheological creams, gels, glues and foams.
Leeds, England. 18–19 April 2013.
This short course run by the ParticlesCIC will cover topics including: hydrodynamic effects (large particles); suspensions of Brownian hard spheres; stable colloids; flocculated/gelling systems; more complex dispersions; rheological measurements on suspensions.
Noosa, Queensland. 03–07 February 2013.
ACIS is the biennial meeting of the Colloid and Surface Science Division. The 2013 Themes are: Suspension Rheology and Colloidal Processing; Sustainability: Energy and Water; Biointerfaces; Self Assembly; Wettability and Thin Liquid Films; and Frontiers of Colloid and Interface Science.
Melbourne, Australia. 10–12 December 2012.
The conference will focus on the application of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) in the oil and gas, metal production, mineral processing, power generation, chemicals, food, bioengineering and other process industries.
Sydney, Australia. 09–13 December 2012.
The AIP Congress attracts many of Australia’s finest physicists plus a number of prominent overseas attendees. It provides a forum for discussions within specialist physics topic areas and opportunities for physicists from academia, government, industry and the commercial sector to keep up to date in areas outside their core interests. The Congress brings together approximately 20 special interest groups.
Auckland, New Zealand. 05–06 December 2012.
A rheology workshop will be held at The University of Auckland covering 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, along with a special lecture on large deformation rheology.
Fremantle, Australia. 20–21 November 2012.
Bringing together a panel of highly proficient experts in the design, construction, operation and maintenance of long distance mineral slurry pipelines.
Wellington, New Zealand. 23–26 September 2012.
Chemeca is the annual conference of the Australian and New Zealand community of chemical engineers and industrial chemists.
Cambridge, England. 10–11 September 2012.
A forum for sharing new results and ideas in experimental and theoretical suspension mechanics.
Daejeon, Korea. 25–27 September 2011.
The 6th Korean–Australian Rheology Conference (KARC) was held in Daejeon, Korea from 25th to 27th September 2011. The conference was organised by the Korean Society of Rheology, in consultation with the Australian Society of Rheology. For the first time, the conference also included a special session from Korean Society of Plastics Engineers (“SPE Korea”).The conference website provides more information.
The next meeting is planned to be held in Australia.
Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan. 1–6 August 2010.
Cairns, Australia. 19–23 July 2010.
For the first time the conference of Statistical Physics of the International Union for Pure and Applied Physics was held here in Australia. This conference showcased the broad field of statistical physics and all its interdisciplinary developments, and culminated in the awarding of the esteemed Boltzmann medal, the highest recognition in the field of statistical physics.
For more details, please visit the Conference Website.
Sydney, Australia. 1–4 November 2009.
The 5th Australian–Korean Rheology Conference was held in Sydney, Australia from 1st to 4th November 2009. The conference was organised by the Australian Society of Rheology and the University of Sydney. The next AKRC is planned to be held in Korea in 2011.
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