Kerschensteiner Verlag GmbH, Germany


The journal publishes research and review articles, rapid and short communications, comments and replies that cover the science of the deformation and flow of soft matter, with special interest in experimental and computational advances in the characterization and understanding of complex fluids, including their nonequilibrium dynamic and structural behaviors.

The journal offers insight into both phenomenological and molecular theories, instrumentation, the study of diverse materials (such as polymers, rubber, paint, glass, food, biological materials) and a wide range of practical applications.

Applied Rheology provides the forum for manuscripts that present new techniques or give an overview of existing experimental, computational or theoretical methods in the field of applied rheology.


Peter Fischer
Martin Kröger