Flow Chemistry Events

    See the list of upcoming events where you can view Vapourtec products and meet sales experts.

    SUNIChem 2019

    Date:  26th September 2019 – AMU Saint Charles Amphiteater – Marseille – France

    Vapourtec will be exhibiting at SUNIChem 2019 to be held on 26th September at the Aix Marseille Université in France. The event is organised by Sanofi and the Marseille Institut des Sciences Moléculaires (ISM2) and will focus on promoting flow chemistry within organic chemistry and reinforce the collaboration between universities, industrials and equipment providers.

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    Continuous Flow Reactor Technology for Industrial Applications

    Date:  21st-23rd October 2019 – Technology & Innovation Centre – University of Strathclyde – Glasgow – UK

    In 2009, Chimica Oggi – Chemistry Today was actually the first to organize worldwide a conference on Flow reactors that had been a hot topic for several decades. Different conferences were dealing with this technology but at a certain point it had a breakthrough in the field of industrial chemical synthesis and Chimica Oggi – Chemistry Today was a pioneer in widespreading the potentiality in this field.

    The first event was held in Madrid and showcased the state of the art of this innovative way to produce chemicals. Then after the really big success of this first event, Chimica Oggi – Chemistry Today continued its mission to present real industrial case studies and create a professional networking. The following conferences in Paris, Como, Lisbon, Pisa and Budapest, can be certainly seen as fundamental meeting events where the most important players and users of this technology gather yearly to discuss and share industrial applications.

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    14th Taipei International Instrument Show

    Date: 25th – 28th October -Taipei World Trade Center – Taipei – Taiwan

    Our Taiwanese distributors, AST Science Corporation, will be exhibiting at the 14th Taipei International Instruments Show – Taiwan’s largest instrument exhibition.

    Organised by the Taipei Instruments Commercial Association, the show is held every three years and brings together both domestic and international manufacturers and suppliers of analytical and scientific instruments.

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    Journées de Chimie Organique – JCO 2019

    Date: 29th-31st October 2019 – Ecole Polytechnique – Palaiseau – France

    The Organic Chemistry Division of the French Chemical Society is pleased to announce that the Journées de Chimie Organique 2019 (JCO2019) will be held at the Ecole Polytechnique (Palaiseau, France) from Tuesday, 29 october to Thursday, 31 october 2019.

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    Flow chemistry Asia

    Flow Chemistry Asia 2019

    Date:  14th – 15th November 2019 – Tokyo – Japan

    This conference brings together researchers from academia and industry from across Asia/Pacific, Europe and US and addresses the most timely topics in this expanding field.

    This conference is held co-located and concurrently with the SelectBIO Microfluidics and Organ-on-a-Chip Asia 2019 and delegates receive full access to these co-located conferences for maximal scientific exchange and networking opportunities.

    Running alongside the conference is an exhibition featuring companies showcasing their technologies and product offerings in this space.

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    The 2019 Automated Synthesis Forum meeting

    Date: 18th – 19th November 2019 – University of Strathclyde Technology & Innovation Centre (TIC) – Glasgow – UK

    The Automated Synthesis Forum (formerly the UKASF), is an annual conference, organised in a not-for-profit basis by a cross-section of scientists from the industrial and academic community. The focus of the conference is on cutting-edge, enabling technologies, both post- and pre-commercialisation, which expedite real-world research in the synthetic chemistry arena.

    The Forum has been operating for over 20 years and attracts representation from most major pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, as well as an increasing number of academic institutions. The meeting also hosts an equipment exhibition, which includes manufacturers and vendors aligned to the meeting themes.

    The 2019 Automated Synthesis Forum meeting (formerly the UKASF) is scheduled to take place on 18th and 19th November at University of Strathclyde Technology & Innovation Centre (TIC), Glasgow.

    Themes for the 2019 meeting are:

    Robotics and lab automation in synthesis
    Flow chemistry
    Synthesis and post-synthesis process improvements
    Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
    New Technologies

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    Australian Flow Chemistry Symposium 2019

    Date:  2nd – 3rd December 2019 – Melbourne – Australia

    The symposium is aimed at fostering exchange between chemists, chemical engineers, material scientists and other disciplines, that are active in the field of flow chemistry and microreactor technology. It is organised by the CSIRO and will feature presentations covering the latest advances on topics such as continuous processing for pharmaceutical, fine chemical and polymer manufacturing, flow electrochemistry, flow photochemistry, flow catalysis, microreactor technology, flow chemistry in space, and many more.

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    18th Asian Chemical Congress and the 20th General Assembly of the Federation of Asian Chemical Societies

    Date: 8th – 12th December 2019 – Taipei International Convention Center – Taiwan

    Our Taiwanese distributors, AST Science Corporation, will be exhibiting at 18th Asian Chemical Congress (18th ACC) and the 20th General Assembly of the Federation of Asian Chemical Societies (FACS) held at the Taipei International Convention Center in Taiwan.

    The Asian Chemical Congress is a biennial event organised by members of the Federation of Asian Chemical Societies. The objective is to promote the advancement of chemistry and to provide a channel of communication and collaboration among professional chemists in the Asia Pacific region.

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