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SELECTBIO Conferences Flow Chemistry India 2016

Flow Chemistry India 2016 Agenda

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Thursday, 21 January 2016

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Lamp Lightening


Welcome Address by MD, SELECTBIO


Inaugural Address by Chairman, FCS


Memento Presentation


Group Photograph


Coffee Break and Networking in Exhibition Area

Session 1: Bridging Gaps - From Chemistry to Flow Chemistry
Session Chair: Arvind Natu, Visiting Faculty, IISER Pune, India


Volker HesselKeynote Presentation

Making Chemistry Different through Flow and Transforming it to Intensified End-to-End Process Design
Volker Hessel, Professor, Eindhoven University of Technology, Australia


Claude de BellefonKeynote Presentation

Catalysis and Multiphase Flow Chemistry
Claude de Bellefon, CNRS & CPE Lyon, University of Lyon, France


Vivek RanadeKeynote Presentation

Engineering Aspects of Flow Chemistry
Vivek Ranade, Professor of Chemical Engineering , Queens University Belfast, Ireland


Lunch Break and Networking in Exhibition Area

Session 2: Continuous Flow Reactor Systems
Session Chair: M M V Ramana, Professor, University of Mumbai, India


Paul WattsKeynote Presentation

The Use of Continuous Manufacturing to Facilitate Sustainable Synthesis in Emerging Markets
Paul Watts, Distinguished Professor and Research Chair, Nelson Mandela University, South Africa


Flow Electrosynthesis and Development of Electrochemical Flow Cells for Scale up of Laboratory Synthesis
Richard C D Brown, Professor, University of Southampton, United Kingdom


Flow Reactors - Choosing the Right One
Vijay Kirpalani, CEO, Pi-Process Intensification Experts LLP, India


Coffee Break and Networking in Exhibition Area

Session 3: Microreactors for Nanobiotechnology
Session Chair: M C Sriraman, Chairman, FCS-India Chapter, India


Design and Optimization of Bioprocesses at the Micro Scale
Igor Plazl, Professor, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

In this talk the multiscale modeling concept is presented, which combines existing and emerging methods from diverse scientific disciplines to bridge the wide range of time and length scales that are inherent in a number of essential phenomena and processes in materials science and engineering.


Opportunities of Microreactor Technology for Biotechnology
Polona Žnidaršic Plazl, Professor, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia


Microreactors for Nanoparticle Production
Shirish Sonawane, Associate Professor , National Institute of Technology Warangal , India


End of First Day of Conference

Friday, 22 January 2016

Session 4: Flow Chemistry for API Synthesis
Session Chair: Dharmaraj Rao, Senior General Manager, Cipla Ltd, India


Process Intensification - A Recent Trend in API Pharma Industries
Amin Ismaili, Technical Director, Alembic Ltd, India


Shu KobayashiKeynote Presentation

Flow “Fine” Synthesis: High Yielding and Selective Organic Synthesis by Flow Methods
Shu Kobayashi, Professor, The University of Tokyo, Japan

In this talk organic synthesis by flow methods and some examples of its use for the flow total synthesis of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) are described.


Case Review of Industrial-scale Continuous Processes for API, Fine & Specialty Chemical Process Development & Manufacturing
Charlotte Wiles, Chief Executive Officer, Chemtrix BV, Netherlands


Coffee Break and Networking in Exhibition Area

Session 5: Novel Applications of Flow Chemistry I


Ferenc DarvasKeynote Presentation

The SpaceFlow Project: What Flow Chemistry can Contribute to Space Research
Ferenc Darvas, Chairman, Flow Chemistry Society, Switzerland


Handling Multiphase Mixtures in Flow
Viktor Gyollai, Senior Flow Chemist, AM Technology, United Kingdom


Application of Continuous Flow Processes for the Synthesis of Conjugated Polymers with Precise Control over Critical Molecular Design Parameters
Anil Kumar, Professor, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India

In this presentation the large scale synthesis and characterization of Regioregular Poly(3-hexylthiophene) and Pol(3,4-Propylenedioxythiophene-dialkyl) with precise control over critical molecular design parameters as well as synthesis of conjugated polymer nanofibers via Continuous Flow Synthesis will be discussed.


Interactive Session: This is going to be a special designed interactive session wherein, the delegates will get an excellent opportunity to interact with the world renowned experts/speakers in an informal open session. The delegates will be free to put up Flow Chemistry related queries to any of the experts. The experts will be more than happy to answer as many queries as possible during the stipulated time. The session will moderated by an expert.


Lunch Break and Networking in Exhibition Area

Session 6: Novel Applications of Flow Chemistry II
Session Chair: Birja Shanker, Vice President, United Phosphorus Limited , India


Alchemist to Flowchemist -- Journey of a Chemist
Manjinder Singh, Unit Head - R&D, Cipla Ltd, India


Novel Applications in Lab Scale Continuous Electrochemistry and New Innovations in Scale-Up
Andrew Mansfield, Flow Chemistry Leader, Syrris, United Kingdom


Question Tea


Continuous Peptide Formation in the Aqueous Phase
Katherine Jolley, Research Fellow, Southampton University , United Kingdom

This talks describes the development of a continuous process for aqueous, solution phase synthesis of peptides by reaction of N-carboxyanhydrides with unprotected amino acids.


Zaiput Flow TechnologiesTechnology Spotlight:
Integrated Liquid-Liquid Separator and its uses in Flow Chemistry
Andrea Adamo, Chief Executive Officer, Zaiput Flow Technologies


Closing Remarks by Vice President, FCS-India Chapter


Vote of Thanks by MD, SELECTBIO

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