This event is for scientists who are interested in learning about applications and case studies in the area of crystallization process development and scale-up in the pharmaceutical, agrochemical and fine chemical industries. Leading R&D crystallization scientists will discuss their approaches to crystallization process development and optimization and will provide and insight into the current challenges and possibilities in the area.
Speakers of the Crystallization Symposium have included:
- Savanna Ingredients GmbH
- MSD Werthenstein BioPharma, Schachen (CH)
- Zentiva, k.s.
- Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems
- APC Ltd
|08:30||Welcome and Registration|
|09:00||Opening of the symposium|
|09:15||1. Speaker: Dr. Elena Simone - School of Food Science and Nutrition, University of Leeds, UK|
"Model free, PAT-based feedback control strategies for crystallization processes"
|10:00||2. Speaker: Miklós Hunor BOSITS - Gedeon Richter Plc., Budapest University of Technology and Economics|
"Development of continuous crystallization method in laboratory scale"
|10:45||Coffee Break and Discussion|
|11:15||3. Speaker: Dr. Francesca Perciballi - F. Hoffmann - La Roche AG, Particle Design & Modelling|
"Development and Implementation of Continuous Crystallization at Roche"
|12:00||4. Speaker: Helena Rasmussen - LEO Pharma A/S|
"Crystallization optimizations – insights into large scale crystallizations"
|14:15||5. Speaker: Applied Process Company Ltd.|
"Establishment of an In-flow Feedback Control Strategy for the Control and Optimization of an Acylation Process"
|15:00||6. Speaker: Dr. Stanislav Kasakov - Mettler-Toledo GmbH|
"Identification of polymorph/pseudo-polymorph transformation with ReactRaman"
|15:45||7. Speaker: Carsten Choscz - Mettler-Toledo GmbH|
"Tech Update: Introducing EasyViewer with iC Vision"
|16:30||Closing of the Symposium - Snacks and Drinks|
Researchers and R&D managers from, for example, the pharmaceutical, agrochemical- and fine chemical industries as well as any other industries that deals with development and scale-up of crystallization processes.
The registration fee entitles to participation in the event and includes high-level crystallization presentations, refreshments, coffee breaks, lunch, seminar papers as well as a certificate of participation.
Benefits for participants
Networking and knowledge exchange with colleagues and experts in the field of crystallization. Optimal use of in-situ Process Analytical Technology (PAT) for crystallization process development and scale-up.
8:30 until 16:30 (followed by snacks & refreshments)