Flow Chemistry Events
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Date: 4th February 2020 – Grasse BIOTECH – France
The workshop organised by the University of Cote d’Azur will be held in the prestigious Grasse BIOTECH building and aims to gather specialists in Flavours and Fragrances who will be discussing the implementation of flow chemistry within R&D.
Flow Chemistry Europe
Date: 2rd – 4th March 2020 – Cambridge – UK
The society aims to unite and represent those who are actively working in this rapidly developing field. The selected speakers include chemists and chemical engineers, from both industrial and academic backgrounds. Topics that will be discussed cover fields such as chemical synthesis in flow which will include emerging techniques such as electro- and photochemistry, the development of multi-step synthesis, and applications in pharmaceutical manufacturing. The preparation of polymers for materials science and medicinal chemistry will also be presented. Finally, the impact of machine-learning, self-optimizing systems and novel analytical techniques in flow will be featured at the conference. Running alongside the conference will be an exhibition covering the latest technological advances in the area of flow chemistry with companies exhibiting from Europe, US, as well as Asia/Pacific.
20th Bristol Synthesis Meeting
Date: 7th April 2020 – Bristol – UK
Bristol synthesis have announced the following line-up of speakers:
Professor Frances H Arnold, California California Institute of Technology
Talk title: Innovation by evolution: brining new chemistry to life
Professor Phil S Baran, Scripps Research Institute
Professor Kimoon Kim, Pohang University of Science and Technology
Talk title: Supramolecular Latches
Professor Ang Li, Shanghai Institute of Organic Chemistry
Professor Guy Lloyd-Jones, University of Edinburgh
Flow Chemistry and Continuous Processing Conference
Date: 11th – 12th May 2020 – Boston – MA
Following the large success of our 1st Flow chemistry and continuous processing conference this year we are back in Boston for 2020.
We have undergone a renaissance over the past decade, offering unique control of key process parameters such as temperature and mixing, increased process safety and potentially access to new reaction space. This 2-day conference focuses on case studies from process chemists and engineers working in the field giving insights, examples and opinion. The meeting should be of interest not only to those already experienced in the area but people who want to know more about this cutting edge technology.
Flow Chemistry Convention, Boston
Date: 19th – 20th May 2020 – Boston – MA
The society aims to unite and represent those who are actively working in this rapidly developing field. The selected speakers include chemists and engineers, from both industry and academia. Sessions will cover emerging technologies and applications of flow chemistry as well as new technological advances in high throughput chemistry. Running alongside the conference will be an exhibition covering the latest technological advances in the area of flow chemistry with companies exhibiting from Europe, US, as well as Asia/Pacific.
Date: 12-17th July 2020 – University of Amsterdam – The Netherlands
Since its first edition fifty-six years ago in Strasbourg (1964), the IUPAC Symposium on Photochemistry has served as the major scientific forum for the international photochemical community. Over the decades, the Symposium has attracted a solid and growing number of delegates from North America, Asia, and Europe, with a smaller but sustained participation from Australia and New Zealand, Africa and Latin America. The global appeal of this meeting series fulfills the aspirations of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (www.iupac.org/) to promote chemistry for the benefit of all of mankind. The biannual IUPAC symposium on Photochemistry brings together global experts from wide range of scientific areas and strongly encourages the participation of a diverse group of senior and young scientists, postdocs and students. The previous edition in Dublin, 2018, attracted 525 participants, a number that we expect to surpass in Amsterdam.
The scientific scope of the Symposium spans from the fundamentals of photochemistry to areas of unique potential impact in the near future: solar energy conversion, light in a circular economy, light-controlled materials, imaging and sensing at the nanoscale, photomedicine, and many others. Recent increases in the efficiency of light sources and conversion pathways for solar energy have driven a renaissance in photochemical reactions in flow, with the impact already being felt in pharmaceutical and materials industries. The Symposium will also cover advanced spectroscopic methods with state-of-the-art time and spatial resolution and modern theoretical and computational methods providing novel insights into the fundamentals of light-matter interaction. These fundamental advances open new avenues for the photochemistry of the future.