Continuous Flow Process Optimization and Control
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Continuous Flow Process Optimization and Control

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Continuous Flow Process Optimization and Control
Continuous Flow Process Optimization and Control
Featuring presenters from Chemtrix, Nalas Engineering, APC Ltd, and Boston University, this free online event is for chemists and engineers who are interested in learning new methods to design, monitor, and control flow processes. Each presenter will share case studies demonstrating the use of spectroscopy to track reaction performance in real-time for process and product optimization.


  • Continuous Primary Processing Facilitated by PAT – From an R&D Concept to Industrial Scale Implementation
    Charlotte Wiles - Chemtrix BV
  • End Game: Technology Development for Continuous Isolation
    Jerry Salan - Nalas Engineering

  • Continuous Processing and PAT for Chemical Development and Iterative Design
    Andrew Byrne and Iseult Mossop - APC Ltd

  • Photochemical Reactions in Flow
    Aaron B. Beeler, PhD - Boston University

Each talk will be followed by a Q&A session with the presenter.

Brian Wittkamp - METTLER TOLEDO
2 Hours
Wed Oct 21 2020 13:00 +0000 [ English ]
Thu Oct 22 2020 00:00 +0000 [ English ]

Who Should Attend?

Process research and development chemists and engineers who need to:

  • Study reaction progression including kinetics, mechanisms, pathways and steady-state
  • Increase product yield and/or purity by quickly discovering the impact of critical process parameters on reactions
  • Fingerprint and troubleshoot process mishaps in real time from research to manufacturing

There is no cost to attend but registration is required and space is limited.

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