Accelerate Chemical Process Development with PAT
라이브 웹 세미나

Accelerate Chemical Process Development with PAT

라이브 웹 세미나

Featuring presenters from Dow Chemical, ADM, and Lubrizol, this free online event is for process chemists and engineers who are interested in learning more about the design of safe, robust processes for scale-up. Each presenter will share practical examples and case studies on the use of process analytics for understanding the impact of process parameters on risk variability, impact assessment, and/or simulation development.

Reaction Calorimetry for Process Safety
Reaction Calorimetry for Process Safety

Presentations include:
  • Monitor Reactions In Situ in the Chemical Industry:
    IR, Raman, NIR - Which One to Use?
    Shawn Chen, PhD - The Dow Chemical Company

  • Determine Heat of Reaction for an Industrial Process: Reacting Monoethanolamine with Sulfuric Acid
    Derek Butler, PhD - ADM

  • Using ParticleTrack and ParticleView for Lubricant Technology Applications​
    Anil Agiral, PhD - Lubrizol

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

Donald Tang - METTLER TOLEDO
2 Hours
Tue Sep 01 2020 15:00 +0000 [ English ]

Who Should Attend?

Process Chemists and Chemical Engineers who need to:

  • Understand reaction mechanisms such as critical reaction parameters, kinetics, reaction intermediates, or limits of heat exchange
  • Optimize particle and droplet processes for suspension and emulsions products by identifying the impact of critical process parameters
  • Consider the impact of scaling up delayed or auto-catalyzed reactions, Heat or product accumulations, or heat transfer

Cost

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

Your Online Seminar Presenters include:

Shawn Chen, PhD - The Dow Chemical Company
Shawn Chen is an innovative analytical chemist with expertise in, and passion for, optical spectroscopy. He has 10+ years of industrial experience in spectroscopic and chemometric method development for R&D, mini-plant, and manufacturing plant projects, and 5 years of academic experience in methodology development in the field of nonlinear optical spectroscopy. Chen heads Dow's world-class optical spectroscopy group and is a subject matter expert in infrared, Raman, and near-infrared spectroscopy.

Derek Butler, PhD - ADM
Derek Butler obtained an undergraduate degree in Chemistry from San Diego State University in 2002.  After graduation, he joined the team at GeneOhm sciences, where he helped to develop in-vitro diagnostic platform geared towards blood sepsis caused by bacterial and fungal platforms.  After GeneOhm was bought by Becton-Dickinson, Butler studied at University California, San Diego and San Diego State University where he received his PhD in 2013 for Chemistry with an emphasis on materials synthesis and design.  While working on lignin degradation with our porphyrin based metal-organic framework, Butler met Tom Binder of ADM and came to work projects as Post-Doctoral research for ADM at the University of Kansas.  Currently, Butler runs the small collaborative lab for ADM whose primary research goes to understanding the fundamentals of biomass conversion and how that information can be used to improve industrial processes.  In addition to this, he sits on the industrial advisory board of the Center for Environmentally Beneficial Catalysts (CEBC), KU.     

Anil Agiral, PhD - Lubrizol
Anil Agiral is a senior research engineer at The Formulation Science Division of The Lubrizol Corporation in Cleveland, Ohio. His job is application of colloid and interfacial science to support development of robust products, generate fundamental knowledge regarding component interactions and develop new capabilities/methods for product development and differentiation. Previously, he was a research scientist at Chevron Corporation and at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. He has a Ph.D. from University of Twente in The Netherlands.

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