The complete draft Technical Program of the Virtual Mixing XXVII Conference is now available online and for download. The Conference is just a month away – please register and participate online in a very exciting Conference, covering: Novel and Unconventional Mixing Scale-up and Scale-down of Mixing Processes Mixing in Rotor Stators and other High Energy […]
Registration for NAMF Mixing XXVII is now open. We are excited about the robust technical program covering novel and unconventional mixing, scale-up and scale-down of mixing processes, mixing for rotor stators and other high energy systems, mixing in the pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical industries, computational modeling of mixing processes, multidisciplinary mixing and many more. Join us in June of 2022, virtually!
The continuing COVID-19 Pandemic and the recent increase in case counts in Europe, Asia, and in particular our proposed venue in Ontario, Canada have resulted in significant uncertainty over the ability of our presenters and attendees to travel to an in-person meeting. Furthermore, it has cast doubt on NAMF’s ability to operate an in-person meeting […]
The Call for Abstracts for Mixing XXVII has been extended – please consider contributing current work in the field of fluid mixing. The submission deadline is February 11, 2022.
A maximum of 1,500 words is permitted, plus a maximum of 2 figures.
For more information about Mixing XXVII, please visit the conference website.
Applications for 2022 NAMF Student Awards are now accepted by February 28, 2022. Any graduate or undergraduate student conducting research in the field of fluid mixing at an accredited University in North America is eligible.
Mixing XXVII is occurring in-person from June 19 – 24, 2022 in Niagara Falls, Canada. The goal of the Mixing series of conferences has always been to meet as a community and share the latest findings in the field of fluid mixing. At Mixing XXVII, we will officially revisit and celebrate the exemplary contributions of Edward L. Paul and Jerzy R. Baldyga.