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Complex Fluid-Fluid Interfaces

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00:00 25 Feb 2010 – 00:00 26 Feb 2010
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Institute of Physics
76 Portland Place
London
W1B 1NT

The self-assembly of spherical particles at liquid-liquid interfaces (both planar and in Pickering emulsions) has proved to be a rich source of new physics. Building on this, recent studies have probed the behaviour of anisotropic or magnetic particles and systems where one or both of the fluids are complex. Investigations are also underway into the role of interfacial elasticity on bulk and microfluidic flow properties. This one day meeting aims to bring together experimentalists, simulators and theoreticians interested in interfacial trapping and its influence on flow.

Event type: Conference
Organised by: the IOP Liquids and Complex Fluids Group
Contact details: Lisa Cornwell
lisa.cornwell@iop.org

http://www.iop.org/events/scientific/conferences/y/10/cffi/


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Institute of Physics
76 Portland Place
London
W1B 1NT
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00:00 25 Feb 2010 – 00:00 26 Feb 2010

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