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About the Course
There are several aspects, mostly economical, why a process can be run more efficiently in a continuous than a batch process. In the light of a sustainable production, continuous processes show advantages regarding use of energy, solvents and solvent recycling, creation of waste and waste-water, and tend to consume less working hours and thus less exposure of staff to chemicals through automation. In addition, safety is also an important driver for continuous processes. Thus, the advantages of flow technology are currently very clear as opposed to conventional batch methods. Above all and most strikingly with special relevance for pharmaceutical’s time-to-market needs, flow processing has the important advantage of the ease with which reaction conditions can be scaled and that too without the need for re-optimization through the operation of multiple systems in parallel or other techniques. Continuous flow reactors for drug discovery have also been reported as a tool used in pharmaceutical companies to increase the numbers of compounds synthesized and evaluate biological activity faster, as well as use in industrial production.
This training course has been specifically designed for API Indusry Scientists to provide in-depth understanding of Flow Chemistry and its applications in API synthesis. The course is designed to make participants familiar with this emerging field and improve the productivity of synthetic processes resulting in substantial Cost Saving. Attending this course will certainly be valuable to the Pharma API scientists currently involved in or intending to become active in the area of Continuous Flow Synthesis. The course is intended to train the scientists in decision making as well as solving their problems related to the implementation of Flow Chemistry in API synthesis. With time allowed for open questions and discussion, this one day will enable the audience to get to grips with most of the issues involved in Micro Reactors and Continuous Flow Production.
It will be held on September 13 2023, and is brought to you by the organizing team of Flow Chemistry India conferences in since 2012. Each participant will be given a certificate signed by Prof Paul Watts and also a comprehensive set of notes in pdf file consisting of the material presented in the session.
Introduction to flow chemistry, micro/flow-reactors and mixing in flow
Chemical reactions and synthesis in flow reactors
Challenges in flow Synthesis
Scaling-up in flow
Live-demo of flow reactors
What will I Gain by Attending?
• Obtain a State of Art introduction and training in Continuous Flow Synthesis
• Understand the concepts, processes and working of continuous reactors in organic synthesis
• Become acquainted with how to solve synthetic Flow Chemistry problems
• Challenges in Flow Chemistry and their resolution
Who Should Attend?
Chemists, Chemical Engineers, Scientists from Industry who are involved in research in Chemical synthesis, Bio-processing, Pharmaceutical, Fine chemical, or related synthetic topics, including Medicinal, Organic and High-throughput Chemists, in addition to scientists involved in Process Development. A basic knowledge of chemistry is required.
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