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Paul Sharratt's Biography

Paul Sharratt, Program Manager, Institute Of Chemical And Engineering Sciences (ICES)

Professor Paul Sharratt is a Principal Scientist at ICES and recently became the Program Manager of the Process Science and Modelling group. Following a first degree in Cambridge, he was awarded a PhD for work in catalytic reaction engineering (1987) from UMIST (now the University of Manchester). He then spent 4 years working for Imperial Chemical Industries as a process engineer, gaining experience in research, development, design and operation in manufacture of agrochemicals and other low tonnage (batch) products. He returned to UMIST in 1991 and was promoted to a full Chair in 2001. He was awarded a Royal Academy of Engineering / EPSRC Chair in Innovative Manufacturing for the period of 2001-6 for work in support of innovation in the pharmaceutical and chemical industries. He retains an honorary chair in Manchester, and also holds one in the Universidad Major de San Marcos in Lima, Peru.

His research interests lie in process development, innovation and knowledge management - looking at ways to develop better products and processes through interdisciplinary work and the application of good science. He enjoys working across the business/technology interface and seeing his work being picked up and used by industry - for example the process understanding methods he developed with BRITEST organisation that are now widely used in the pharmaceutical industry.

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Flow Chemistry at Scale – A Processing Approach

Thursday, 25 October 2012 at 12:00

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Flow processing at scale can bring benefits but is not a panacea. We discuss when and how flow processing can usefully be deployed for manufacture and illustrate with examples of pilot scale (up to 20L/h) processing.

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