Kinetic Modeling: An Essential Practice in Chemical Process Development
Dan Hallow, Principal Consultant at Scale-up Systems
29th September 2020, 3pm BST, registration here
Molecules to medicines: informatics approach to pharmaceutical development and manufacturing
Andrew Maloney, Research and Applications Scientist, CCDC, Cambridge
27th October 2020,
Learnings from Developing a Multistage Flow API Process, a Chemists Perspective
Mark Hughes ex GSK retired
Mon, Jun 22, 2020 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM BST
The webinar will present the “obvious in hindsight” challenges encountered in developing
multistage continuous processes from the perspective of an organic chemist whilst
highlighting some of the benefits and engineering solutions! No assumptions of prior
experience of continuous reactors will be made! This webinar will not directly address
regulatory implications. Slides can be found here
Webinar on Process Safety
Rob Peeling Britest
21st Apr, 2020 3-4 PM BST
The webinar will provide an awareness of process safety risks and its mitigation and some of the types of process hazards that can arise. The webinar will discuss a range of techniques that can be applied to mitigate risks. The webinar will explain some of the means to reduce the consequences of a hazardous event.
Webinar on process intensification
The American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) is presenting "Modular chemical process intensification: Discovering opportunities and overcoming challenges" on 17 July 2019. More details here.
How to Ensure Quality By Design
Experts from industry and academia will show you methodologies to help you design quality into your processes.
Join us for this virtual seminar 1200-1400, 8th October 2019.
CPACT webinars that may be of interest:
12/9 Who cares about reaction colour? kinetics from colour at any scale
26/9 Utilising hyper polarisation in NMR and MRI
9/10 The continuous manufacturing control strategy
24/10 Parameter estimation
7/11 PAT supporting particle generation
28/11 Spectroscopic analysis of fuel blends
Contact Christine Stevenson, CPACT for registration