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SELECTBIO Conferences Flow Chemistry India 2017

Flow Chemistry in Industrial Scale Organic Synthesis

Held in conjunction with Flow Chemistry India 2017

17 Jan 2017, at 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM in Mumbai


Who Should Attend?

Chemists from Industry, Research & Academia who are involved in basic research in Chemical synthesis, Bio-processing, Pharmaceutical, Fine chemical, Petrochemical, Agrochemical or related synthetic topics, including Medicinal, Organic and High-throughput Chemists, Nanotechnology in addition to scientists involved in Process Development. A basic knowledge of chemistry is required.

The course is designed to make participants familiar with this emerging field and improve the productivity of synthetic processes resulting in substantial cost saving.  This course will be valuable to both industrial and academic researchers currently involved with or intending to become active in the area of Continuous Flow Synthesis.

What will I gain by attending?

• Obtain a State of Art introduction and training in Continuous Flow Synthesis.

• Understand the Theory and Concepts behind Micro & Continuous Reactors

• Become familiar with all major types of commercially available equipment

• Learn to apply Flow Technology to your Synthetic Chemistry problems

• Learn about a diverse set of chemistries and applications during the course

• Find out about future trends in Micro Reactor Chemistry in particular in Chemical and Biological Processing and Scale-up

• Discover where to look for more advanced information

With time allowed for open questions and discussion, this one day will enable the audience to get to grips with most of the issues involved in Micro Reactors and Continuous Flow Production. All participants will receive a comprehensive set of notes in CD-ROM format consisting of the material presented in the morning and afternoon sessions.


Introduction to Flow Chemistry and Engineering (9.00 - 10.30 AM)

Basic chemical engineering principles of microreactor technology

General references

Equipment review

Microreactor Chemistry (10.45 - 1.00)

Strongly exothermic and fast reactions

Hazardous chemistry and processes



Catalysis including enzymatic reactions

Multi-phase reactions including gases

Particle synthesis

Lunch Break (1.00 - 2.00 PM)

Analytical Aspects of Flow Chemistry (2.00 - 2.45 PM)

Online reaction monitoring

Scaling up Flow Reactions (3.00 - 4.00 PM)

Industrial examples of microreactor technology

Q&A Session (4.00 - 5.00 PM) 

Paul Watts

Paul Watts, Professor & Research Chair, NMMU