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2ND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RHEOLOGY
AND MODELING OF MATERIALS

in Miskolc-Lillafüred, Hungary, 5-9 October, 2015.

 
 
 
 
 
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SESSION 9: Rheology and Modeling of Biological Systems (RMBS)


Biological materials and biological environment are playing a very important role in our life as their state and quality have a strong influence on human mood and well-being. Rheological measurements and modeling generally are used for physical and mechanical characterization of biological materials and biological systems. Indeed rheological measurements can elucidate the progress of the manufacturing process and the biological system itself. Components of biological systems can be classified in accordance with their consistency and they form a wide variety of phases; solids, fluids, gels, suspensions, emulsions, foams, etc. These consistency properties influence on technological processes and the design of processing equipment, as well as the safety, protection, preservation, packaging and storage of these materials. There are a wide range of different experimental methods used to investigate rheological properties of the materials and components of biological systems. In the last 5-10 years biologists, biophysicists, biochemists, physicists, doctors and bioengineers have made significant progress in rheology of biological materials and systems.

The RMBS session will provide a platform among leading scientists and researchers in the fields of rheology and material sciences. The session will include doctors, bioengineers, biologists, physicists, biophysicists, chemists, biochemists, mathematicians, industrialists, academics, students and PhD students. Recent achievements in rheology, microrheology, and material structures will be highlighted, in addition to research into the relationship between processing technology and the physical, chemical, mechanical and aesthetical properties of biological materials and biological systems.

 

Chairs

 

Prof. Dr. Maxim KHRAMCHENKOV

Kazan Federal University

(Russia)

mkhramch@gmail.com

 

Prof.  Dr. Jozef L. Kokini

University of Illinois Urbana

(USA)

kokini@illinois.edu

 

Prof. Dr. Sümer Peker

Ege University

(Turkey)

sumer.peker@ege.edu.tr

 

Dr. Fatiha BOUDJEMAA

Université de Khemis Miliana

(Algeria)

fatiboudj27@yahoo.fr

 

Session Topics

 

Rheology and mechanical properties of biological materials and biological systems

Rheological behaviors of biological materials and biological systems under flow, mechanical stresses, temperatures and times

Mechanical stress absorbing, dissipation and relaxation in biological materials and biological systems

Relationships between rheological properties, consistency, material structures and compositions of biological materials and biological systems

Measurement methods and techniques used for study and examination of rheological properties and rheological behaviors of biological materials and biological systems

Mechanical, mathematical and computer modeling and simulation of rheological properties and behaviors of biological materials and biological products and systems

 

All abstracts of scientific works related to methods and applications of rheological measurements, rheological modeling and material structures of biological materials, biological products and systems are welcome in this session.

 

 
 
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