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SCI/RSC Continuous Flow Technology III Mar 14-16 2016
Conference: United Kingdom [in English]

This three day conference on Continuous Flow Technology is organised by both SCI and RSC, combining previously successful 1 and 2 day symposia. This reflects the advances made with continuous flow technology over recent years and the impact it is making right across the chemicals industry spanning discovery applications, process development advances and value for commercial manufacture of fine and speciality chemicals. To reflect the mix of interests and applications across the chemistry community, the symposium is structured as two back to back events with options for attending two consecutive days or all three.

Event Location:
Robinson College University of Cambridge
Grange Road
Cambridge
CB3 9AN
United Kingdom

Organizer:
Chloe Weaver (send an email)
14/15 Belgrave Square
London
SW1X 8PS
United Kingdom
Deadlines
Early registration: Thursday, January 14, 2016
Posters: Sunday, November 1, 2015
Keynote speakers:

Confirmed Talks

Monday 14 March - Research Discovery

Hazardous chemistry meets microreactors - forbidden chemistries go flow
Oliver Kappe, Karl-Franzens University Graz, Austria

Shading synthesis green using enabling technologies
Duncan Brown, Cardiff University, UK

Taming the beast: generation and use of diazocarbonyls in-flow
Chris Hayes, University of Nottingham, UK

Electrochemical flow-reactor for the synthesis of organometallic complexes
Charlotte Willans, University of Leeds, UK

Light-induced transformations in continuous flow
Juan-Antonio Rincón, Eli Lilly & Co, Spain

Flow chemistry as a tool for drug discovery
Jesus Alcazar, Janssen, Spain

Flow-chemistry in pharma: strategies to accelerate the R&D process
Hansjoerg Lehmann, Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research, Switzerland

Catalysis with flow - scope and options
Ian Baxendale, Durham University, UK

Tuesday 15 March - Process Development

Automated catalyst screening and reaction optimization in continuous and oscillating droplet flow
Klavs Jensen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

Taming diazo transfer chemistry in flow: exploring the continuous synthesis and use of sulfonyl azides
Anita Maguire, University College Cork, Ireland

Development of hydrogen transfer catalysis involving multi-phasic flow systems
John Blacker, University of Leeds, UK

Scale-up perspective on photochemistry
Christophe Allemann, University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland, Switzerland

Oxidation processes and heat integration in micro-reactors
Thorsten Röder, Hochschule Mannheim University of Applied Sciences, Germany

Continuous flow reactors: an opportunity for discovery, process development & production?
Charlotte Wiles, Chemtrix, The Netherlands

Continuous ways of working in process development: getting the right information in the best way at the right time
Alan Robinson, Syngenta, UK

Industrialisation of API continuous processing, from Lab to Factory. What have we learnt along the way?
Malcolm Berry, GlaxoSmithKline, UK

There will be flash poster presentations during the afternoon sessions on Monday and Tuesday.

Wednesday 16 March - Industrialisation

3-stage continuous process demonstration at ICES
Paul Sharratt, Institute for Chemical and Engineering Sciences, Singapore

Small, agile factories: how to deliver the precision of continuous processing, with the agility required for pharmaceutical manufacture
Andrew Rutter, GlaxoSmithKline, UK

Implementing continuous processing within pharmaceutical development in AstraZeneca
Mubina Mohamed, AstraZeneca, UK

Flow Reductions and Oxidations with Heterogeneous Catalysts
Joel Hawkins, Pfizer, USA

Evolution and validation of kinetic motifs using continuous-flow reactors
Frans Muller / Richard Bourne, University of Leeds, UK

The use of flow chemistry to avoid cryogenic conditions and application to the manufacturing process for MK-8931
John Naber, Merck, USA

Design of multistep continuous flow API production
Kevin Cole, Eli Lilly & Co, USA

Integrated design for continuous processing
Roderick Jones, SSPC Dublin, Ireland

"Dial-a-particle" capability using advanced process control in continuous crystallisers
Ewan Mercer, Perceptive, UK / Ian Housen, CMAC, Strathclyde University, UK

Continuous flow: from laboratory to full GMP production
Ester Masllorens, Medichem, Spain