There are several interesting upcoming crystallization conferences and meetings.
The International of School of Crystallization will take place May 21-25 in Granada, Spain. ISC Granada 2012 will focus on the fundamentals of crystallization from solutions and applications to the fields of pharmaceutical compounds, foods, agrochemicals, minerals, new materials, etc. The school is intended for postgraduate and postdoctoral students as well as research scientists from industry and academia that deal with crystallization and look for fundamental knowledge on the behaviour of crystallizing solutions.
The First Asian Crystallization Technology Symposium will be held May 23-25 in Seoul, Korea. Select papers from ACTS-2012 will be published in the Journal of Crystal Growth. The deadline for early bird registration for the inaugural event is April 23.
The American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Process Development Symposium will be held June 5-7 in King of Prussia, PA. Early bird registration ends April 17.
The 10th International Workshop on Crystal Growth of Organic Materials will be held June 11-14 in Limerick, Ireland. CGOM10 focuses on the interaction between physico-chemistry, crystallization kinetics and the solid form product properties of organic crystals. Abstract submissions are due by March 19.
The European Conference on Crystal Growth will be held June 17-20 at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland. ECCG4 abstract submissions are due by March 16. Early bird registration rate has been extended until March 30.
19th International Workshop on Industrial Crystallization (BIWIC)will be held September 7-9 in Tainjin, China. Select papers will be published in the following journals:
- Chemical Engineering & Technology (SCI&EI)
- Chinese Journal of Chemical Engineering (SCI)
- Transactions of Tianjin University (EI)
The American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) 2012 Annual Meeting is scheduled for October 28-November 2 in Pittsburgh. Deadline for submissions for new proposals to present is May 2, 2012. If you missed the last one, you can read Anjan Pandey’s recap of the 2011 AIChE Annual Meeting and the PAT for Crystallization Development and Manufacturing session.
If you are interested in discussions with others working and interested in crystallization in a virtual setting, please consider joining the LinkedIn Crystallization Community.
You may also be interested in:
- Introduction to Crystallization and Precipitation
- Common Ways to Reduce Solubility and Drive Crystallization
- Supersaturation: Driving Force For Crystal Nucleation & Growth
- Importance of Crystal Size and Shape Distribution
- Impact of Process Parameters on Supersaturation and Crystal Size and Shape
- Designing Effective and Efficient Crystallization Processes