Process Development at AIChE 2010

While reviewing the agenda for next month’s American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Annual Meeting, I noticed a number of papers and posters discussing process development in pharmaceuticals, chemicals, and academia:Process Development AIChE Meeting

  • Kinetics of High-Pressure Multiphase Homogeneous Catalyst Systems in Continuous Flow Microreactors, Jaroslav Keybl – Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
  • Methodological Aspects of On-Line Probes in Batch & Semi Batch Stirred Tanks, Evgeny Zlotnikov – Sanofi Aventis
  • Can This Process Be Saved? A Search for Understanding Using the Bourne Protocol and Advanced Process Development Tools, Cheryl Teich – Dow Chemical
  • Optimizing and Controlling High Value Processes Using the Principles of Quality-by-Design (QbD) Advanced Tools Such as Real-Time In Situ Particle Characterization, In Situ Mid-Infrared Spectrometry, and Reaction Calorimetry, Leen Schellekens – METTLER TOLEDO
  • Jacket Controlled RC1 Heat Transfer Scale Down, Edward M. Davis – Eli Lilly
  • Thermal Stability of Ionic Liquids Studied by TGA, DSC and GC/MS, Yong Huang – University of Notre Dame
  • Taking the Min to the Max: A Case Study in Small Scale Process Development Using On-Line Reaction Calorimetry and in-Situ Particle Characterization, Cheryl Teich – Dow Chemical
  • New Developments in Heat Transfer Scale Down and In Situ FT-IR for Safe Scale up From the Lab to the Plant, Leen Schellekens – METTLER TOLEDO
  • Applications of Advanced PAT Tools for Biotech Processes, Terry Redman – METTLER TOLEDO
  • Stability and Performance of Microreactor Stacks for Coupling of Exothermic and Endothermic Reactions, Matthew S. Mettler – University of Delaware

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