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SELECTBIO Conferences Flow Chemistry Summit 2021

Flow Chemistry Summit 2021 Agenda


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Thursday, 30 September 2021

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Challenges and Benefits of Implementing Integrated Continuous Manufacturing (ICM) Beyond the Laboratory
Bayan Takizawa, Chief Business Officer, CONTINUUS Pharmaceuticals, Inc., United States of America

Recently, there has been increased interest in the application of continuous manufacturing to pharmaceuticals. The advantages are undeniable, as many other industries have evolved their production systems, enjoying the improved efficiencies and lower costs associated with continuous manufacturing. Pharma, conversely, has been slower to adapt, clinging to outdated batch methods and fragmented supply chains that are vulnerable to disruptions, which ultimately impact patient care. Fortunately, more and more companies are embracing continuous manufacturing, several receiving approvals of continuously produced drug products in recent years. This presentation will focus on some of the challenges in implementing continuous manufacturing in the pharma industry, but also show why change is imminent. Regulatory, quality, cultural, and other relevant factors will be discussed.

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Accelerated Development of Quantum Dots by Autonomous Robotic Experimentation in Flow
Milad Abolhasani, Assistant Professor, North Carolina State University, United States of America

In this talk, I will present the Artificial Chemist technology, that is, a modular flow chemistry platform operated by a machine learning-guided decision-making algorithm for accelerated development of energy-relevant colloidal nanomaterials. I will discuss the unique advantages of reconfigurable flow reactors for autonomous multi-step synthesis, optimization, and continuous manufacturing of colloidal quantum dots (QDs) for direct utilization in next-generation photonic devices. The Artificial Chemist can rapidly and efficiently (i) explore and learn the synthesis and processing universe of colloidal QDs, (ii) identify the composition and relevant synthesis and processing route(s) of QDs to achieve specific optical or optoelectronic properties, and (iii) continuously manufacture the rapidly optimized QDs at a fraction of time/cost of currently utilized batch techniques. The developed autonomous robotic experimentation strategy can be readily adapted for accelerated development and end-to-end manufacturing of other solution-processed nanomaterials.

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Klavs JensenKeynote Presentation

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Klavs Jensen, Professor, Massachusetts Institute Of Technology, United States of America

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Paul WattsConference Chair

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

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Timothy JamisonKeynote Presentation

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Timothy Jamison, Robert R. Taylor Professor and Department Head, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States of America

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Amanda EvansKeynote Presentation

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Amanda Evans, Scientist, Los Alamos National Laboratory, United States of America

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Paul BohnKeynote Presentation

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Paul Bohn, Arthur J. Schmitt Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Notre Dame, United States of America

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Rodrigo Souza, Associate Professor, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Michael Organ, Professor and Director of the Centre for Catalysis Research and Innovation , University of Ottawa, Canada

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Aaron Beeler, Assistant Professor, Boston University, United States of America

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Rodrigo Souza, Associate Professor, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Automated Flow Platforms with In-Built Flexibility – Radial Synthesis and Beyond
Kerry Gilmore, Assistant Professor, University of Connecticut, United States of America

Automated flow chemistry platforms have the capability to significantly accelerate and standardize the development and study of organic chemistry reactions and processes. However, one limitation of the general approach is the design of custom systems for specific targets or processes. This requires physical reconfiguration of the system to perform the next “unique” process. By decoupling sequential process steps, an incredible degree of flexibility is introduced into a multistep continuous process. This approach affords numerous capabilities unavailable in a traditional flow system. In this talk, we will discuss how automated platforms using this approach create the opportunity for one-stop systems for fully remote research and data generation.


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