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Rheology symposium

On Friday 18th March 2005, the British Society of Rheology held a Micro symposium on Rheology and Crystallisation at the Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Cambridge.

The conference organiser was Prof Malcolm Mackley and the speakers were

  • Professor Roger Tanner, from the University of Sydney, who gave the BSR Gold medal lecture on Rheology of Crystallizing Polymers
  • Professor Gerrit Peters, from the Technical University of Eindhoven, who discussed Flow induced crystallization and resulting anisotropic properties
  • and Gabriela Hernandez Fernandez del Castillo, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Cambridge, on Experimental observations on flow induced crystallisation.
photo of micro symposium
Left to right: Professor Gerrit Peters, Gabriela Hernandez Fernandez del Castillo and Professor Roger Tanner

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