Royal Society of Chemistry Symposium 2020: Industrial Continuous Flow Processes – Past, Present and Future

Industrial Continuous Flow Processes

Past, Present and Future

27 – 28 MAY 2020 • 11-12th Nov 2020 COLOGNE, GERMANY

ORIGINAL CONFERENCE POSTPONED TO NOVEMBER.
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This two day international symposium organised by the RSC Speciality Chemicals Sector will be held in conjunction with the 2020 ChemSpec Europe and ChemSource Exhibitions organised by Mack Brooks Exhibitions Group.

The production of speciality chemicals is still heavily reliant on batch processes and this symposium will highlight the latest advances and developments in the application of continuous processes in the fine chemicals and biotechnical industries.

The programme of internationally acclaimed speakers, mostly from industry, and from companies making pioneering advances in the technology, can be found below. 

Royal Society of Chemistry Symposium 2020

Industrial Continuous Flow Processes
Past, Present and Future

PROGRAMME

May 27th

Session 1 : 
10.00
Abstract
Continuous Flow Chemistry is not a Dream but just a Tool in the Fine Chemistry Industrial Toolbox
Etienne Baco, La Mesta, France
10.40
Abstract
Continuous Primary Processing – From an R&D Concept to Implementation at an Industrial Scale
Charlotte Wiles, Chemtrix, The Netherlands
Session 2 : 
11.20
Abstract
Let’s Make Flow Chemistry Great Again!
Laurent Pichon, MEPI, France
12.00
Abstract
What is the Fuss about Continuous Crystallization?
Xiong-Wei  Ni, NiTech Solutions, UK 
12.30 Lunch break
Session 3 : 
12.40
Abstract
Developments and Scale-Up in the Field of Industrially Relevant Flow Hydrogenation
Douglas McAndrew, IntensiChem Ltd., UK 
13.20
Abstract
Continuous Efficient Multistage Extraction
Trevor Murray &  Andrea Adamo, Zaiput Flow Technologies, USA
Session 4 :
14.00
Abstract
A FAST Hydrogenation Platform for Nitroreductions
Tom Moody, Almac Group, UK
14.40
Abstract
Development of a Scalable Continuous-Flow Photoreactor
Hannes Gemoets, Creaflow, Belgium
15.20
Abstract
Ultrasonic Inline Extraction of Bioactive Compounds from Botanicals
Kathrin Hielscher, Hielscher Ultrasonics GmbH, Germany
16.00 Close

 

May 28th

Session 5 : 
10.00
Abstract
3D-printed Metal Flow Reactors; Design, Production & Applications
André de Vries, InnoSyn BV, The Netherlands 
10.40
Abstract
3D-printed Catalytic Static Mixers – a new Continuous Flow Solution for  Hydrogenations
Christian Hornung, CSIRO Manufacturing, Australia
Session 6 : 
11.40
Abstract
Application of Flow Chemistry to Metal Organic Frameworks
Oliver Hutt, Boron Molecular Pty Ltd., Australia
12.20
Abstract
Process Intensification Flow Reactors: Customized Solutions to meet Advanced Chemistry Challenges
Guillaume Gauron, Corning SAS, France
Session 7 : 
13.00
Abstract
Continuous Flow Production – 10 Years of Progress
Wouter Stam, Flowid BV, The Netherlands
13.40
Abstract
Go Flow under Pressure – Alkoxylation in Flow Reactors
Anne Kaaden & Jordi Ampurdanes, Ehrfeld Mikrotechnik GmbH, Germany 
14.20
Abstract
Membrane Emulsification: from Laboratory to Manufacturing
David Palmer, Micropore Technologies Ltd., UK
16.00 Close of Symposium