The European Society of Rheology is open for everyone interested in rheology in all countries of Europe. Rheology is defined as the science of the deformation and flow of matter which means that rheology in some form enters almost every study of material properties. The ESR involves rheologists engaged in both industrial and academic research and development and is therefore a common meeting ground for engineers, physicists, chemists and biologists with a common interest in rheology
Science is based on the collaboration between scientists or research groups without distinction of Country, religion or race, on the attitude of sharing results and ideas among peers. All these principles are antithetical to war. The European community, whatever it may be, political or scientific, is founded on peace. The invasion of Ukraine by the Russian armed forces is contrary to international law.
The European Society of Rheology firmly condemns war.
The Vinogradov Society of Rheology (VSR) is temporarily suspended from the European Society of Rheology (ESR) until peace is restored. It is not intended to attribute any responsibility of war to the VSR members and therefore their individual memberships to the ESR remain active, as science is free, it makes people free and freedom promotes peace.
he 19th International Congress on Rheology (ICR2023) will be held in Athens, Greece, from July 29 to August 4, 2023. It is organized by the Hellenic and Israeli Societies of Rheology in collaboration with the Hellenic Polymer Society and the Israeli Polymer and Plastics Society, under the auspices of the International Committee on Rheology and the European Society of Rheology. ICR2023 aims at bringing together the world's rheology community to discuss the latest advances and developments in the field.
For further information about ICR2023, you may visit the Congress’s official website www.icr2023.com
Jeff Morris is Professor and Directorof at the Levich Institute of the City College of New York.
In addition to his scientific accomplishments, Morris has excelled in service to the rheology community. For the Society of Rheology (US) he was an Annual Meeting Technical Program Chair and he has chaired the Nominating and Bingham Medal Committees. He was one of the organizers of an extended Kavli Institute Workshop on the Physics of Dense Suspensions, and he co-edited a special issue of the Journal of Rheology on the subject, as well as co-organizing a widely attended on-line symposium, with discussions published in JOR. He has also been very active in Europe, with continuing CNRS appointments from 1999 through 2010, and more recently as head of a FERMAT Foundation research program in Toulouse from 2016 to 2020. In addition to many well-written and highly cited reviews, he is the co-author with Élisabeth Guazzelli of A Physical Introduction to Suspension Dynamics, a text for those new to an area that requires the integration of concepts from fluid mechanics and statistical physics.
Jeffrey Morris’s comprehensive career-long research has laid the foundations for our current understanding of suspension rheology, starting with his PhD research with John Brady at Cal Tech and throughout his career at Georgia Tech, Halliburton, and the City College of New York, as well ashis consulting on topics including oil and gas flow, consumer products, and structural materials, where the control of suspension flow is critical. His research during the past decade has been transformative in establishing the current paradigm for describing the rheology of concentrated suspensions, work for which he has received the American Institute of Chemical Engineers Shell Thomas Baron Award in Fluid-Particle Systems and twice received the Journal of Rheology Publication Award. Morris’s goal has been to develop a comprehensive fluid mechanics of suspensions, as outlined in his 2020 American Physical Society Stanley Corrsin Award Lecture (Phys. Rev. Fluids, 2020), recognizing that the flow of suspensions is central to vast numbers of natural and industrial situations and that the complex rheology of suspensions can lead to secondary flows, to shear-induced migration, and to jamming.
Award Citation: For ground-breaking work onthe particle pressure and the underlying mechanism of suspension flow and discontinuous shear thickening, for novel work on the rheology of hydrate-forming emulsions, and for outstanding service to the rheology and fluid mechanics community.
Access to Rheologica Acta and Applied Rheology is free for all individual members of the ESR. Please access Rheologica Acta via the 'Member area'.
All participants of AERC 2022 (Seville/Spain) are automatically individual members of the ESR until April 2023.
At every AERC or ICR, the editors of Rheologica Acta present the publication award sponsored by Anton Paar. This award gets selected by three editorial board members based on a preselection by the editors and is aimed to highlight the type of work which the journal likes to see published.
The 2022 Rheologica Acta Publication Award was given to:
Valerian Hirschberg, Shan Lyu, Manfred Wilhelm, and Denis Rodrigue: Nonlinear mechanical behavior of elastomers under tension/tension fatigue deformation as determined by Fourier transform, Rheologica Acta 60 (2021) 787-801.
Post-Doc at Case Western Reserve University, USA
Dairy protein concentrates are soft colloidal suspensions which interact with each other, forming complex microstructures with properties that depend on the solid content. New and improved concentrated dairy products are constantly being designed for their nutritional value and health benefits. Improvements to protein manufacturing are also very important for global sustainability goals. Effective processing and handling of newly-developed dairy products is an important issue, and this PhD project is focussed on fundamental aspects of the structure and rheology of these products. Posted: May 27, 2022
The selection for PhD candidates in MPHS – Mathematical and physical sciences for advanced materials and technologies is open.
The 2020 Society of Rheology Fellows are Lynden Archer, Surita Bhatia, William Hartt, Savvas Hatzikiriakos, Saad Khan, and Gregory B. McKenna.
The 2020 Rheology price of the German Rheology Society (DRG) was given to Volker Räntzsch from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.
The Australian Society of Rheology (ASR) is proud to award the ASR Medallion this year to Prof. Ravi Prakash Jagadeeshan in recognition of his outstanding and meritorious contributions to rheology and for his many years of distinguished service to the Society and the rheology community in Australia
The Editors of the Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, Ian Frigaard and Rob Poole are launching the “JNNFM Complex Fluids Seminar Series”
April 12 - 14, 2023
The 32nd Nordic Rheology Conference will take place at Aarhus University, Denmark, and is organised by the Department of Food Science and supported by the Nordic Rheology Society. The scientific program of the conference will cover all aspects of rheology, but aims particularly at combining soft matter science and food rheology.
May 14 - 19, 2023
The next Pacific Rim Conference on Rheology (PRCR2022) will be held in Vancouver, Canada during May 14 - 19, 2023. More information can be found at https://prcr2022.org/
June 4 - 8, 2023
The CIBIQ congresses were born with the goal and the spirit of building bridges within the Ibero American, chemical engineering community to join forces, to work as a team, to share experiences, and to attain even higher goals for the benefit of the society that we serve.
June 11 - 15, 2023
The next International Symposium on Food Rheology and Structure (ISFRS 2023) will be at Wageningen University during June 2023.
July 26 – 27, 2023
The 9th edition of Novel Trends in Rheology will be held in Zlín, Czech Republic on July 26 – 27, 2023.
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Two Anton Paar MCR300 (2000, 2001) with damaged air bearing or motor shaft are for sale as spare part donator.