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Process Chemistry Conferences Schedule

Event 

The Scale-Up of Chemical Processes
Title:
The Scale-Up of Chemical Processes
Subtitle:
The 10th International Conference and Exhibition
When:
15.07.2013 - 17.07.2013
Where:
Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines - La Jolla
Brochure:
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Description

Whether you are developing a brand new process or optimizing an existing synthetic route, the aims are always the same:

• Achieving greater process efficiency, yield and throughput.
• Eliminating unsafe and non-green processes and materials.
• Decreasing the costs and number of steps involved.

Since the first conference in 1994, The Scale-Up of Chemical Processes has become the major international forum for the discussion of all these aspects of scale-up and more in the pharmaceutical, fine chemical and allied fields.

Key speakers will present case studies and examples of some of the pitfalls and problems they encountered and how they overcame them. 
With unparalleled networking opportunities, this broad-based conference is the best place to learn about and discuss the latest novel ideas and techniques with the key people in the industry.

  • International speakers are invited to submit their case studies and papers to Dr Claire Francis for inclusion at this conference.

    We are currently inviting our speakers. Here are those who have accepted so far:

    Dr Daniel R Fandrick, Boehringer-Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, USA
    Development of Efficient Asymmetric Propargylations and Application on Pilot Plant Scale.

    Dr Roland Goetz, BASF SE, Germany
    Process Development of Active Ingredients for Crop Protection

    Professor Oliver Kappe, University of Graz, Austria
    Accessing Forbidden Chemistry Using Continuous Flow Technology

    Dr Ian Grayson, Evonik, Germany
    Development & Scale-Up of a Process for an Electronic Chemical

    Dr Michael Hawksworth, Pfizer
    Title to be confirmed

    Mr Bernd Heinen, SAS Institute GmbH, Germany
    Reducing Time and Cost for Development or Upscaling with Designed Experiments and Data Analysis

    Professor Volker Hessel, Technische Universiteit, The Netherlands
    Intensification and Scale-Up of Flow Processes - Do Novel Process Windows Allow for Novel Process Design and Change Scale-Up

    Mr Aditya Matharu, GSK, UK
    Scale-Up of an Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient Agglomerative Crystallization Process

    Dr Ricardo Mendonca, Hovione FarmaCiencia SA, Portugal
    Development and Application of Advanced, Integrated Purification and Isolation Techniques of a Complex API

    Dr Christopher J Morrison, GlaxoSmithKline, USA
    Scale-Up/Down a Troublesome Heterogeneous Reaction with Mixing Modelling in a Batch Reactor

    Professor Xiong-Wei Ni, Heriot-Watt University, UK
    Title to be confirmed

    Dr Peter Pöchlauer, DSM, Austria
    The Scale-Up of Flow Processes: Critical Issues

    Dr Ian Priestley, Syngenta, UK
    Is Your Small Scale Data Valid for Scale-Up? – be careful what assumptions you make

    Dr Felix Roessler, Ferowis GmbH, Switzerland
    Concepts and Tools for the Development of Scaleable Heterogeneous Catalytic Hydrogenation Processes

    Mr John Snoonian, Sunovion, USA
    Development and Scale-Up of an Acid-Promoted, Diastereoconvergent Process for the Preparation of a 1,1,4,4-Tetrasubstituted Cyclohexane

    Mr Rob Walton, Pfizer, UK
    Title to be confirmed

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • How will you benefit from attending?

    • Invest in yourself: keeping up to date on current developments and future trends could mean greater job security.
    • Learn from a wide range of industrial case studies given by hand-picked industrial speakers.
    • Take home relevant ideas and information that are directly applicable to your own work, with the full proceedings in colour and a CD of the talks.
    • Save time. Our intensive, commercial-free programme means less time away from work.
    • Meet and network with the key people in the industry in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.
  • Who Should Attend?

    • Process Development & Production Chemists
    • Chemical Engineers in industry
    • Technical Managers
    • Heads of Departments & Team Leaders
    • Quality Assurance Personnel
    • Safety Specialists

    Please contact Scientific Update: +44 1435 873062 or e-mail us

  • Here is what previous attendees have said about the conference:

    "Ideal venue to meet the movers and shakers in process chemistry."
    RAYAYAN INC
    "A strong industry focus provides real and applicable issues and solutions to everyday work challenges."
    NORAC PHARMA
    "A nicely sized and well organized conference with a good mix of talks."
    CODEXIS
    "The conference covered different aspects of chemical processes.  It is very useful and informative."
    MALLINCKRODT PHARM
    “It has been an excellent mix of presentations, chemistries, technologies, considerations and processes in the scale-up of reactions.”
    Dow Chemical Company
    “Excellent speakers and networking opportunities”
    Huddersfield University
    “This has been an excellent experience of interactive learning”
    Alphora Research
    “Broad range of relevant topics, all well presented”
    Glycosyn
    “It’s awesome! The complete package on scale-up covering right from development, QbD & safety issues in development and scale-up.”
    Lupin
    "Well organised, with a high-quality programme."
    Scale-Up Systems
    "Excellent diversity of talks, great opportunity to get in touch with others in the industry."
    Almac Sciences
    "Very good quality presentations, exhibits and organisation. A highly enjoyable learning and networking opportunity."
    AstraZeneca
    "An ideal place to find out what is new in process development for both chemists and engineers."
    Britest
    Excellent mix of technology, chemistry and safety. I enjoyed it and learned a lot at the same time."
    Abbott Laboratories
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    These include networking and reception sponsorship.

    Your company logo with link to your website would appear here and for premium sponsorship such as networking and reception, adjacent to the conference pages as well.

    See our sponsorship section on the advantages that sponsorship can bring to your business.

  • Some Key Facts about Scale-Up Conferences.

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Fee Info

Conference Fee:
$1995
Academic Fee:
$695
Exhibitor Fee:
$2995 for booth + attendee, $750 for extra attendees

Venue

Hilton La Jolla Torrey PinesMap
Venue:
Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines   -   Website
Street:
10950 North Torrey Pines Road
Postcode / ZIP:
92037
City:
La Jolla
State:
CA
Country:
Country: us

Description

The Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines offers a unique San Diego experience with a setting unlike any other in southern California. Located on the cliffs of La Jolla and overlooking the Torrey Pines Golf Course and the Pacific Ocean, each of our spacious 394 guest rooms feature a private balcony or patio with magnificent views of the golf course, ocean or beautiful hotel gardens. You can retire to a room rich in comfort fitted with Hilton’s Serenity Collection® bed and linens, 42” LCD HDTV’s, complimentary Lavazza Coffee and the finest amenities.

The hotel features multiple dining options including the Torreyana Grille, the Torreyana Bar, Horizons Coffee Shop, the Pool Bar and room service. Enhance your stay with a round of golf or a visit to the Spa at Torrey Pines. Our outdoor heated pool and whirlpool are the perfect place to sit back and relax. If exercise is on your agenda visit our newly renovated Fitness Center, enjoy a hike at the Torrey Pines State Reserve, or indulge in a tennis match on our lighted courts.

The hotel is convenient to many San Diego attractions including:

  • Downtown La Jolla
  • Del Mar
  • Torrey Pines State Park
  • Birch Aquarium
  • Del Mar Fairgrounds
  • USCD
  • University Town Center La Jolla
  • San Diego Zoo
  • Balboa Park
  • Sea World San Diego
  • Old Town San Diego
  • San Diego Zoo Safari Park
  • Gaslamp Quarter San Diego

LOCATION

Located in La Jolla and only 12 miles from San Diego International Airport.

Driving Directions: North on I-5. Exit La Jolla Village Drive (East, right). The Hotel is approximately 3/4 mile to east on left side. There is a hotelshuttle service.

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