I am happy to announce that the 18th International Process Development Conference (IPDC) will be held September 25 to September 29, 2011 in Weggis, Switzerland. This year’s conference will focus on workflows from compound development to manufacturing in the pharmaceutical, fine and specialty chemical industries: Continue reading
In the pharmaceutical industry, the pressure to decrease development times for new chemical entities is common. During the recent 17th International Process Development Conference, Terry Connelly of Pfizer discussed this particular challenge during the presentation “Examples of Early Phase Implementation of Process Analytical Technology (PAT) Tools: Meeting Short Term Goals While Setting the Stage for Long-Term Process Understanding and Control”.
The International Process Development Conference (IPDC) is an annual meeting, hosted by METTLER TOLEDO, which brings together industrial and academic researchers focused on chemical and pharmaceutical process research, scale-up, and manufacturing.
Past conferences have received extremely high marks for the value of the information shared by industry and the quality networking opportunities. Registration discounts are available for university researchers and for users of METTLER TOLEDO automated lab reactors and process analytical technologies.
Conference agenda will include sessions on: