Process Development Event – Durham, NC

On May 14, my colleagues and I will host an Information Sharing Event at the Marriott Hotel at Research Triangle Park.  This is a free event intended for scientists interested in learning about applications for chemical process development.  We have six speakers from industry and academia for this event:

 Monitoring for API Process Understanding and Control, Charles A. Goss, Senior Scientific Investigator, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK)

Use of an RC1™ Calorimeter for Safe Process Development and Plant Scale-up, Kevin Drost, Process Development Manager, Weylchem

In Situ FTIR Spectroscopy Enabling Charged Polymer Design: From Electroactive Membranes to Drug Delivery, Sean Hemp, Ph.D. Candidate, Virginia Tech

Development of an Empirical Method Relating Crystal Size Distribution and FBRM® Measurements, Martha Grover, Associate Professor, Georgia Tech

Obtaining Usable Data on Reaction Mechanics in an Aqueous System with ReactIR™, Molly Stacey, Process Chemist, Syngenta Crop Protection

ReactIR-Assisted Design and Development of New Reactions, Mitchell P. Croatt, Assistant Professor, The University of North Carolina

You may complete the free registration now.  I look forward to seeing you at the Best Practices in Process Development Event!