Royal Society of Chemistry Symposium 2011: Continuous Flow Technology

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Royal Society of Chemistry Symposium 2011: Continuous Flow Technology
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Continuous flow technology

 

Title:

RSC Speciality Chemicals Symposium 2011: Continuous Flow Technology

Introduction:

Go with the flow in 2011 – Is the Batch Process Dead?

The two day symposium will highlight recent advances in continuous flow technology and its application in the scale up and production of speciality chemicals.

Topics to be covered include:

– Continuous flow reactors for pilot and production scale manufacture

– Microreactors

– Process design and intensification

– Comparison of batch and continuous processes

– On-line sensors and monitoring of processes

ATTENDANCE AT THE SYMPOSIUM IS FREE & DELEGATES CAN PICK AND CHOOSE WHICH LECTURES THEY ATTEND

The Symposium will be held in conjunction with the Chemspec Europe and Chemsource Exhibitions organised by Quartz Business Media to be held in Geneva, Switzerland on 15 and 16 June 2011. The symposium and exhibitions will attract a broad range of visitors from across the fine and speciality chemicals industry.

Lectures are arranged to allow delegates ample time to visit the concurrent Chemspec Europe and Chemsource Exhibitions.

Conference ID:

RSC2123

Dates:

15 – 16 June 2011

Location:

Palexpo, Geneva, Switzerland

Exhibition:

The Chemspec Europe and Chemsource exhibitions are open as follows:-
Wednesday 15 June 9.00am – 5.00pm

Thursday 16 June 9.00am – 4.00pm

Programme

15 June

10.30

Comparison of Batch and Continuous Processes
Sergio Pissavini, Corning

11.15

Azide Synthesis in Microstructured Flow Systems
Gregor Wille, Sigma-Aldrich

12.00

Chemical Synthesis and Efficient Scale-up in Flow Reactors
Paul Watts, Chemtrix

13.30

Industrial Production using Continuous Flow Technology
Peter McDonnell, Genzyme Ltd

14.15

Multi-stage CSTRs: Shaken, not Stirred
Gilda Gasparini, AM Technology

15.00

Continuous Manufacturing: How do We Make it Succeed in the Pharmaceutical Industry
Clive Badman, GSK

15.45

Continuous Processing to Make Better Particles
Ian Laird, NiTech Solutions Ltd

June 16th

10.00

Comparison of a Continuous Flow Process versus a Batch Process
Beat Weber, Siegfried

10.45

Growth of Continuous Flow Technologies in Pharma
Dominique Roberge, Lonza

11.30

Continuous Processes of Hazardous Reactions from Lab to Commercial Scale
Dr. Günter Weingärtner, Dottikon

13.00

Flow Chemistry – Modular, Flexible, and Efficient Production in the Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industry
Sigurd Buchholz, Bayer Technology Services GmbH

13.45

Manufacturing Concepts for Microreactors and Continuous Flow Chemistry
Dirk Kirschneck, Microinnova Engineering GmbH

Abstracts

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