History of ISMIP

The International Symposium on Mixing in Industrial Processes (ISMIP) is a conference held on a triennial basis to bring together researchers from academia and industry from across the world engaged in mixing research.

This symposium is unique in its blend of academic and industrial interest within the mixing community. We welcome contributions from all areas of the fluid mixing field but wish to highlight the following topic areas.

  • Mixing of complex fluids;
  • Mixing of multiphase system;
  • Mixing flow in chemical equipments (distillation, extraction, etc);
  • Mixing in microfluidic systems;
  • Mixing with no impeller, with non-rotational motion, with asymmetric geometry;
  • State-of-the-art experimental tecnhique in mixng;
  • Simulations of mixing flows.

The International Symposium on Mixing in Industrial Processes (ISMIP) brings together the global mixing community across academia, industry and research institutions to share and discuss the most recent developments in research and in processing. The symposium has been held all around the world, from the inaugural event in Quebec City in Canada in 1995, to include Mexico, Japan, France, Spain, Canada, China, Australia, and UK.

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