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SELECTBIO Conferences Continuous Flow Chemistry Webinar

Charlotte Wiles's Biography

Charlotte Wiles, Chief Executive Officer, Chemtrix BV

Starting her research in the area of continuous flow synthesis in 2000, Charlotte obtained her PhD in 2003 entitled ‘Microreactors in organic synthesis’. This was followed by 5 years of Post Doctoral research into the rapidly developing field of continuous flow synthesis, specifically in the area of heterogeneous catalysis for small molecule synthesis.
In 2008, Charlotte joined Chemtrix BV as a Senior Chemist where she worked on the commercialisation of lab-scale micro reactor apparatus. In 2010 she was promoted to Chief Technology Officer within Chemtrix BV and in 2013 to CEO, where she continues to research and develop continuous flow systems and solutions for industrial partners; with more recent developments focusing on industrial flow reactors, suited towards the development of flexible tonne-scale production plants, in cooperation with 3M and DSM.
Over the course of her research career, Charlotte has published more than 60 peer-reviewed articles, several book chapters and in 2011 published a book ‘Micro reaction technology in organic synthesis’.

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Continuous Flow Chemistry - From an R&D Concept, to Implementation

Thursday, 14 October 2021 at 15:10

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The advantages of changing from batch to flow are widely publicised to include increases in safety, process efficiency & product consistency; however, the reasons for a Company to change are varied, often depending on the sector, process type of interest, scale of operation & location of activities. As a result of this variety in application space & the emerging nature of the technique, close partnering between vendors & end users is needed to ensure correct tool selection & implementation strategy is employed from the outset. A series of case studies will be used to illustrate the way Companies have approached going from the use of continuous flow as a research tool, through to manufacturing using the technique. The presentation will show that a multidisciplinary approach is required to achieve these goals as projects transition from the chemists’ domain to one led by chemical & mechanical engineers.

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