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SELECTBIO Conferences Flow Chemistry European Summit 2023

Flow Chemistry European Summit 2023 Agenda


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Monday, 27 March 2023

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Impossible Flow Chemistry Examples in Multi-CSTR Cascades
Nikolay Cherkasov, Managing Director, Stoli Chem, United Kingdom

Flow chemistry is excellent but everyone knows the limitations such as handling solids. Other limitations are implied and come from an interplay of parameters – the fluid velocity determines residence time, pressure drop, and mixing/heat transfer. CSTR cascades provide rapid mixing even at slow fluid feed rate. They could keep solids suspended and handle gas excess. We discuss examples that demonstrates the benefits of CSTRs.

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C. Oliver KappeKeynote Presentation

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C. Oliver Kappe, Professor and Scientific Director, Center for Continuous Flow Synthesis and Processing, University of Graz, Austria

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Timothy NoëlKeynote Presentation

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Timothy Noël, Professor, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Thomas Wirth, Professor, Cardiff University, United Kingdom

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Maurizio Benaglia, Full Professor of Organic Chemistry, Dipartimento di Chimica, Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy

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Anita Maguire, Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, University College Cork, Ireland

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Volker HesselKeynote Presentation

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Volker Hessel, Professor, School of Chemical Engineering, The University of Adelaide, Australia

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Paul WattsConference Chair

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Paul Watts, Distinguished Professor and Research Chair, Nelson Mandela University, South Africa

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Mimi Hii, Professor, Imperial College London, United Kingdom

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Simon Kuhn, Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, KU Leuven Belgium, Belgium

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Marcus Baumann, Assistant Professor, School of Chemistry, University College Dublin, Ireland

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Gianvito Vilé, Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in Chemical Engineering, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

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Darren Riley , Associate Professor, University of Pretoria , South Africa

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Flow Chemistry: A Sustainable Strategy for the Synthesis of Bio-based Chemicals
Christophe Len, Professor, Université de Technologie de Compiègne, France

The concepts of sustainable development, bio-economy and circular economy are increasingly being applied to the synthesis of molecules of industrial interest. Among these molecules, furfural and glycerol as platform molecules are the subject of various research approaches to improve their transformation for the production of molecules of interest. Due to the current momentum in promoting green chemistry for sustainable development, chemists have recently established catalytic reactions based on alternative technologies such as continuous flow.

The present study showed recent breakthroughs obtained in the continuous production of furfural and glycerol derivatives starting from either biomass or carbohydrate in the presence of homogeneous catalysts and heterogeneous catalysts. Various reaction parameters in dependence of time such as temperature, catalyst and feedstock loadings as well as solvent types have been optimized. Conception, synthesis and physico-chemical properties will be detailed.

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Integrating 3D Printing and Virtual Reality into Continuous Flow Chemistry
Stephen Hilton, Senior Lecturer, University College London School of Pharmacy, United Kingdom

In this talk we will describe our research into continuous flow chemistry using 3D printing and Virtual Reality and demonstrate how these two key technologies are able to improve access to continuous flow chemistry. We will discuss recent developments in the group into low-cost flow equipment and its application in both research and undergraduate education. Finally we will describe how VR can be used to provide easy access to continuous flow training.

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Sustainable Chemical Synthesis of High Added-Value Compounds from Renewable Sources in Flow Regime
Julio Cezar Pastre, Associate Professor, University of Campinas – UNICAMP, Brazil

Raw materials from renewable sources, as well as agro-industrial waste, represent an attractive source of useful chemical functionalities. Our research group has already identified continuous flow processing as a fundamental technology for the valorization of such materials. Flow chemistry offers unique opportunities for the conversion of biomass derivatives into chemical compounds with higher-added value, since it brings numerous advantages in terms of unique process experience, scalability, and reduced environmental footprint. In this context, we will present our efforts for the synthesis of platform molecules (such as furanics) and new chemicals (monomers, nitrogenated aromatics) from biomass derivatives.


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