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Workshop: In-situ rheology for neutron and X-ray scattering techniques
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Workshop: In-situ rheology for neutron and X-ray scattering techniques

The In-situ rheology for neutron and X-ray scattering techniques workshop is a SoftComp topical workshop intended to bring together researchers working in different areas covering topics from rheology of complex systems, structure of liquids at solid-liquid interfaces, structure and dynamics of confined fluids and polymers.

19/09/2016 to 21/09/2016
When: 19/09/2016
Where: Institut Laue-Langevin
71 Avenue des Martyrs
Grenoble, FR - 
France
Contact: Yuri Gerelli

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In-situ rheology for neutron and X-ray scattering techniques  is a SoftComp topical workshop co-organized by ILL, FZ Juelich ICS-3 and ETH-Zurich. Its aim is to bring together researchers working in different areas covering topics from rheology of complex systems, structure of liquids at solid-liquid interfaces, structure and dynamics of confined fluids and polymers. Particular interest will be devoted to research on transient structural reorientation of complex fluids in conjunction with the transient rheological material functions. Examples are time resolved small- and large-amplitude oscillatory rheology (SAOS and LAOS, respectively), start-up of flow, flow reversal, stress relaxation following steady shear, jump strain.
 
Registration and abstract submission will open on the 21st of March, 2016

Important dates

01/03/2016 Confirmation of Invited Speakers
21/03/2016 Open contributions Submission & Registration
21/05/2016 Deadline for contributions submission
21/06/2016 Communication of accepted contributions
05/07/2016 End of early bird registration
01/09/2016 End of registration
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The Organizing Committee:
Yuri Gerelli (ILL, Grenoble), Philipp Gutfreund (ILL, Grenoble), Pavlik Lettinga (Forschungszentrum Juelich (ICS-3), Munich), Lionel Porcar (ILL, Grenoble)

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