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Welcome

We have a great pleasure to give you the welcome greetings from São Leopoldo that will host you at the VIII BRAZILIAN CONFERENCE ON RHEOLOGY from June 18 to 20, 2018. The conference is supported by The Brazilian Society of Rheology (a member of The International Committee of Rheology) and organized by Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos (UNISINOS). The main goal of the conference is to bring together researchers and professionals with common interest on Rheology and Non- Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, in order to establish a forum for fruitful exchange of information and ideas. The meeting will have technical sessions and invited lectures. There will also be an exposition of rheology related instruments.

São Leopoldo is located approximately 18 miles from downtown Porto Alegre, the state capital of Rio Grande do Sul. The city is located in the industrial heartland of the state, settled by German immigrants in the XIXth century. Within 60 miles of São Leopoldo lies the wine producing region of south Brazil, centered around the cities of Caxias and Bento Gonçalves. The state of Rio Grande do Sul lies in the border with Argentina and Uruguay, sharing with them the same "gaucho" culture of open plains and cattle ranching. The gaucho people has much warm to share during the cold southern winter. We look forward to meet you at the VIII BRAZILIAN CONFERENCE ON RHEOLOGY in 2018.

Aiming at gathering researchers, students and professionals working with non-Newtonian fluids in Brazil, the I Brazilian Conference on Rheology took place in 2001 in Petrópolis, Rio de Janeiro State, at the LNCC facilities. This workshop had an attendance of about 30 participants from different institutions, and two invited lecturers, namely R. Navarro (UFPB) and Ken Walters (University of Wales, UK). During this workshop the Brazilian Committee on Rheology and Non-Newtonian Fluids of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering was founded.

The II BCR occurred in July 2004, in Rio de Janeiro, and was co-organized by PUC-Rio, LNCC and USP-São Carlos. It had an attendance of 150 participants, with 40 oral presentations. There were 10 invited lecturers in this conference, namely: P.R. de Souza Mendes (PUC-Rio, Brazil), R.E.S. Bretas (UFSC-São Carlos, Brazil), M. Thomé (USP-São Carlos, Brazil), G. S. Ribeiro (Cenpes/Petrobras, Brazil), G.G. Fuller (Stanford Univ., USA), J. Schieber (Illinois I.T., USA), M.C. Heuzey (E.P. Montréal, Ca), D. James (U. Toronto, Ca), T. Phillips (U. Wales, UK), and C. Nouar (LEMTA, Nancy, Fr). It was sponsored by the Brazilian government fostering agencies CNPq, Capes and FAPERJ, and also by a number of rheometer companies, who exposed their products during the conference.

The III BCR happened 1n July 2006, in Rio de Janeiro, and was co-organized by PUC- Rio, LNCC, USP-São Carlos and UFRJ. A short report about this conference can be found in Applied Rheology, vol. 16, No. 6, pp. 342 (2007). The invited speakers this time were I. Frigaard (U. British Columbia, Ca), P. Carreau (E.P. Montréal, Ca), A. Rao (U. Cornell, USA) and M. Carvalho (PUC-Rio, Brazil). It was sponsored by the Brazilian government fostering agencies CNPq, Capes and FAPERJ, and also by a number of rheometer companies, who exposed their products during the conference.
In July 2008, the IV BCR happened in Rio de Janeiro, this time co-organized by UFF, LNCC and UFRGS. D. Bonn (Université Paris VI, France), M. Denn (City University of New York, USA) and G. Mompean (U.Lille, France) were the invited speakers. It was sponsored by the Brazilian government fostering agencies CNPq, Capes and FAPERJ.

The V BCR was held in Rio de Janeiro, in July, 2010, again co-organized by PUC-Rio, UFF, LNCC, and UFRGS. The invited speakers this time were G.G. Fuller (Stanford University), João Maia (Case Western University), Fernando Pinho (Universidade do Porto), Matteo Pasquali (Rice University), and H.H. Huilgol (Flinders Univ., Australia). At the end of the event the Brazilian Society of Rheology (SBR) was officially launched, with the support of the International Committee on Rheology (ICR). It was sponsored by the Brazilian government fostering agencies CNPq, Capes and FAPERJ, and also by a number of rheometer companies, who exposed their products during the conference.

The VI Brazilian Conference on Rheology, took place in July 2013, once again in Rio de Janeiro and was organized by PUC-RJ with collaboration of UFF, UFRGS and UFRJ. The meeting was marked by the presence of six invited speakers, one from Brazil, Prof. Sebastian Canevarolo (Federal University of São Carlos, UFSCar), and the others from abroad: Prof. Randy H. Ewoldt (University of Illinoys at Urbana- Champain, USA), Prof. Norman J. Wagner (University of Delaware, USA), Prof. Gerry Fuller (Stanford University, USA), Prof. Jan Vermant (Louven University, Belgium) and Prof. Jeffrey Giacomin (University of Wisconsin, USA). This event was characterized by the presence of about 70 participants from both the scientific community and the industry which presented over 40 papers in the technical sessions. The event also featured a round table with participation of representatives of Petrobras, Oxiteno, Brasken, Granolab and 3M, that discussed the interaction between the industry and universities.

The last edition of the event, the VII Brazilian Conference on Rheology had Prof. Kumbakonam R. Rajagopal (Texas A & M University), Dra. Márcia C. Khalil de Oliveira (PETROBRAS), Prof. Michael D. Graham (University of Wisconsin at Madison), Prof. Paulo R. de Souza Mendes (PUC-Rio) and Prof. Michael E. Mackay (University of Delaware) as invited speakers. This was the first edition of the BCR held outside of Rio de Janeiro, and proved that the theme is widely disseminated in Brazil. In this edition, more than 40 works were presented, in the oral and poster format, and there were about 90 participants.



Organizing committee

Flávia S. F. Zinani (UNISINOS) – Chair
Daniel Dall’Onder dos Santos (UFU)
Luiz Alberto Oliveira Rocha (UNISINOS)
Maria Luiza Sperb Indrusiak (UFRGS)
Tatiana Louise Ávila de Campos Rocha (UNISINOS)

Scientific Committee

Paulo Roberto de Souza Mendes (PUC-Rio)
Roney Leon Thompson (COPPE- UFRJ)
Monica Feijó Naccache (PUC-Rio)
Sérgio Luiz Frey (UFRGS)
Cézar Otaviano Ribeiro Negrão (UFTPR)
Viviane Lovison (ISI Engenharia de Polímeros)

Organization

Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Universidade Federal de Uberlândia
Instituto SENAI de Inovação em Engenharia de Polímeros

Promotion

Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos Polytechnic School
Mechanical Engineering Graduate Program Unisinos
The Brazilian Society of Rheology (SBR)

Proceedings

Access (PDF.)

Invited speakers

Dr. Cezar Otaviano Ribeiro Negrão (UFTPR – Brazil)
Dra. Mônica Feijó Naccache (PUC-Rio - Brazil)
Dr. Sérgio Frey (UFRGS - Brazil)
Dr. Octavio Manero (Materials Research Institute, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, IIM-UNAM - Mexico)
Dr. Jorge Silva (Polymer Science, BRASKEM - Portugal/Brazil)
Dr. Matteo Pasquali (Rice University - United States of America)

Areas of interest


- Rheology and Industry (petroleum, food, plastics, cosmetics, paints, mining,…)
- Polymer solutions and melts
- Blends and composites
- Emulsions, foams and interfacial rheology
- Suspensions and colloids
- Biomaterials and biological fluids
- Viscoplasticity and thixotropy
- Advances in rheometry
- Advances in constitutive equations
- Non-Newtonian fluid mechanics
- Rheology of Concrete

Paper submission

Authors interested in submitting a paper for presentation are invited to e-mail an extended abstract (maximum 4 pages – 1 column, A4 format, PDF file), following the template below. Abstracts should include title, authors affiliation(s) and e-mails addresses. The e-mail address for submission is [email protected]

Template
BCR template (DOC)
BCR template (PDF)
BCR template (LaTeX)

Program

Yield stress fluids: characterization and flow behavior – Dr. Monica Naccache

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The importance of classical soft matter physics in the development of new nanomaterials – Dr. Matteo Pasquali

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The importance of classical soft matter physics in the development of new nanomaterials

Dr. Matteo Pasquali
Rheology in industry and academia – perspectives for research and projects
Dra. Tatiana Louise Ávila de Campos Rocha
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Debaters:

Dr. Marcelo Farah:
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Linkedin

Dr. Felipe Tempel Stumpf
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Ms. C. Vinicius Oliveira
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Lalltes
Rheology and Start-up Flow of Waxy Crude Oil - Dr. Cezar Otaviano Ribeiro Negrão

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Dynamics of viscoelastic interfaces and dissipative solutions – Dr. Octavio Manero

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Finite element approximations of tixotropic flows
Challenges of rheology in polymer industry – Dr. Jorge Silva

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View the complete preliminary program (PDF)

Registration

Registration fees (values in Brazilian Reais)


Delegates
Early fees (until May 31th, 2018)
R$ 400,00

Late fees (after May 31th, 2018)
R$ 450,00

Students
Early fees (until May 31th, 2018)
R$ 150,00

Late fees (after May 31th, 2018)
R$ 200,00

Support

Sponsors

Contact

Profa. Flávia Zinani
Mechanical Engineering Graduate Program
(51) 3591-1122/ Ext: 1648
[email protected]

Accommodation

Hotel 10
2.1 km from UNITEC auditorium
E-mail: [email protected]

Work Hotel
1.1 km from UNITEC auditorium
E-mail: [email protected]

Hotel Klein Ville
5.9 km from UNITEC auditorium
E-mail: [email protected]

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