The Nordic Rheology Conference will return to Norway as NRC2024.
Kjell Arholms building, University of Stavanger
29-31 May 2024
Rheology for Science and Technology
General information about the NRC2024
The conference will take place at UiS on May 29-31, 2024, and will be arranged by the Department of Energy and Petroleum Engineering at the Faculty of Science and Technology.
The 33rd Nordic Rheology Conference (NRC2024) will take place at the University of Stavanger Norway UiS on May 29-31, 2024. The conference will cover subjects ranging from food rheology to rheology within civil engineering. It will be physically hosted and arranged by the Department of Energy and Petr. Engineering at the Faculty of Science and Technology at UiS.
The conference is planned with various plenary speakers, parallel sessions, and poster presentations and is aimed to promote and propagate rheology at all levels. It will build a broad forum where academia and industry, in their applicational and theoretical guises, can meet, share, and discuss ideas to their mutual benefit.
The conference will be held at the Kjell Arholms building at UiS.
The scope and theme for the NRC2024 will be Rheology for Science and Technology. As usual, contributions from experimental and theoretical contributions from all areas of rheology, industrial case studies, and all kinds of contributions are welcomed. The goal of the conference is to create a gathering of people interested in the scientific, technical, and industrial applications within the science of rheology.
Want to learn more about the Nordic Rheology Society? Follow the link: Start – NRS (nordicrheologysociety.org)
Presenters should send a one-page abstract to the editor A.H. Rabenjafimanantsoa (firstname.lastname@example.org) by the 15th of February 2024. Please specify in the submission email:
- Name of the presenter
- Preference for oral or poster
- Institution/company of the presenter
All contributions within all areas of rheology are welcomed.
- February 15th: Deadline for abstract submission.
- February 25th: Approval of abstract
- April 1st: Deadline for applying for the student travel grant.
- April 15th: Deadline for final submission of manuscripts for the Annual Transaction.
On Wednesday the 29th May, a rheology course will be held at the University of Stavanger. The course, which will be held by Annika Sahlström at Reokonsa AB, will give a good basic knowledge of the fundamentals of rheology to make it easier to understand more complicated topics discussed during the conference.
About the Nordic Rheology Society
The Nordic Rheology Society engages people interested in rheology in the Nordic countries.
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. In the Nordic countries, rheological measurements have become standard techniques in both industrial and academic research. The Nordic Rheology Society has been formed as a meeting ground for engineers, physicists, chemists, and biologists engaged in rheology in industry and academia.
The conference objective is to promote and propagate rheology at all levels by building a broad forum where academia and industry, in their applicational and theoretical guises can meet, share, and discuss ideas to their mutual benefit.
Further information will come.
Department of Energy and Petroleum Engineering