Seminarium

Live Webinar: Continuous Flow Process Optimization and Control

Transform Day-to-Day Workflows

Programöversikt

  • Novel developments in continuous flow reactor technologies
  • Advantages over batch processes
  • PAT for rapid analysis, optimization, and scale-up

This free online event is for chemists and engineers interested in learning new methods to design, monitor, and control flow processes. Each presenter will share presentations demonstrating the use of spectroscopy to track reaction performance in real-time for process and product optimization.

2024 Presenters

From Batch to Flow: Advancing Synthetic Organic Chemistry through Technological Innovation

Timothy Noël - University of Amsterdam

Experienced Professor with a demonstrated history of working in the research industry. Strong education and professionally skilled in Research and Development (R&D), Organic Chemistry, Organometallic Chemistry, Synthetic Methodology and Flow Chemistry.

Leveraging Data-Rich Experimentation and Process Modeling for Efficient Development of a Multi-Step CSTR Cascade Process

Thomas Bass - Genentech

Thomas Bass works in flow chemistry in the Synthetic Molecule Process Chemistry department at Genentech, SSF. His primary responsibilities are developing flow manufacturing processes for both early sequence and GMP transformations for pipeline APIs. He has previously earned degrees in chemical engineering (San Jose State University, B.S.), and chemistry (UC Davis, MS).

courtney talicska

Harnessing the Power of Process Analytical Technology: Towards Greener Processes for Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient Development

Courtney Talicska - Pfizer

Courntney an analytical scientist at Pfizer focused on providing process analytical technology (PAT) support for batch and flow API processes. Her training in drug development has included roles as a laboratory analyst, project analyst, and spectroscopist. She is excited by the idea of using her diverse background to help foster new ideas in analytical methodology looks forward to the new experiences and challenges this field will provide.