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The 25th Rheological Colloquium is coming

The Schleibinger colloquium being held in March 2016 in the German city of Regensburg will be a highlight for all those involved in the processability and workability of concrete and mortars. For exactly 25 years, specialists and interested building materials rheologists from all over the world have been meeting in the medieval city on the river Danube. While the first day will focus on theory with presentations and discussion, a laboratory workshop at the second day will be dedicated to the application in practice.

The lectures, lasting between 20 and 40 minutes, will present current...

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