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Introduction to Continuous Flow Reactors for Organic Synthesis



Held in conjunction with Microfluidics & Flow Chemistry Europe 2020

10 Sep 2020, at 19:30-21:30 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands

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Short Course: Introduction to Continuous Flow Reactors for Organic Synthesis

Venue: Rotterdam Room -- Marriott Rotterdam, Rotterdam -- The Netherlands

SelectBIO is delighted to welcome you to this short course on Flow Chemistry presented by Professor Paul Watts, a key opinion leader in the flow chemistry field.

This short course excellently complements the SelectBIO Microfluidics and Flow Chemistry Europe 2020 Conference in that it provides a deep understanding of the flow chemistry field presented by an authority in the field.

This short course includes presentation by Professor Watts as well as discussion with the course delegates to maximize scientific learning, discussion about the latest technologies and trends in flow chemistry and applications of flow in organic synthesis and API generation.

Specific Topics Covered

  • Introduction to Flow Chemistry and Engineering
  • Basic chemical engineering principles of micro reactor technology

Selected Examples Covering

  • Strongly exothermic and fast reactions
  • Hazardous chemistry and processes
  • Photochemistry
  • Electrochemistry
  • Catalysis
  • Multi-phase reactions
  • Industrial examples of microreactor technology
This course is a must-attend for current researchers in flow chemistry who are interested in acquiring up-to-date knowledge of the field plus for new entrants into the flow chemistry field.

All course attendees will receive the slide decks from the short course, reviews on flow chemistry and certificates of completion.

Paul Watts

Paul Watts, Research Chair in Microfluidic Bio/Chemical Processing, Nelson Mandela University