I am looking forward to attending the upcoming Larson Workshop hosted by the Association for Crystallization Technology and Bristol-Myers Squibb starting October 3.
In the past, I have regularly attended this conference. Each time, the Larson Workshop brings together leaders in crystallization to present the latest advancements. In particular, I appreciate that the focus of the event is not purely on pharmaceutical crystallization. Speakers from BASF, Dow Chemicals, and DuPont ensure that the chemical industry’s vast experience and latest insights are shared with the crystallization community as a whole.
The Tuesday session looks especially strong with the focus on continuous crystallization in the morning, followed by crystallization process modeling in the afternoon. I know many of the speakers in these sessions and their work in crystallization is always interesting and of a high quality.
Almost all of the speakers at the 17th Larson Workshop are FBRM and PVM users so it will be interesting to see how they have implemented these technologies in their latest work.
Hopefully, many of our blog readers will be able to join myself, Leen Schellekens and Jane Riley at Rutgers University for the conference.
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