5th Winter Process Chemistry Conference & Exhibition
5th International Conference & Exhibition
Date: 11 December - 13 December 2018
Time: 12.30pm - 1.00pm GMT
The 5th Winter Process Conference will showcase presentations from International Chemists covering all aspects of Process Development.
The speakers will discuss the latest issues in synthetic route design, development and optimisation, reactor design, work up and purification, crstallisation, process engineering, hazard studies and quality and regulatory issues.
The presentations will be either from speakers within the chemical industry or academics with a strong link to industrial process development so the material presented with be of particular relevance to all chemists and engineers in industry as well as graduate students considering a career in industry.
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- IndustrialistHOW WILL YOU BENEFIT FROM ATTENDING?Benefit by hearing from key speakers who will present detailed case studies.
- Learn how to design for efficiency and optimise your development objectives.
- Access how industry strategies are evolving to meet today’s challenges.
- Learn how your peers are developing solutions to common problems.
- Gather important information on technical developments and equipment.
- Bring yourself up-to-date on current developments and future trends in pharmaceutical development.
- Meet and network with the key people working in the pharmaceutical industries.
- Save time by picking up essential tips from experts in their fields.
Optional Short Course - Synthesis of Pharmaceutically Important Molecules | A Retrosynthetic Analysis
Synthesis of Pharmaceutically Important Molecules | A Retrosynthetic Analysis
Presented by Professor P J Parson | Imperial College London
Thursday 13 December 2018 | 2.00 – 5.00pm
The course will be involved with the strategic analysis of organic molecules in general and biologically active molecules in particular. The course will begin with a description and definition of the terms used in retrosynthetic analysis; specific chemical examples will be used in order to exemplify the definitions used during this short course. The course will aim to show how complexity in molecules can be reduced to avoid multistep sequences.
Methods for the control of stereochemistry will be discussed which will include nitrone and nitrile oxide cycloadditions, the Diels Alder reaction in its various forms and it’s use to work forward in a synthesis in order to plan retrosynthesis of complex molecules. Retro synthetic analysis for cascade cyclisations and radical chemistry will also form a part of this course.
Selected examples from the presenters own research will be discussed in relation to cascade reactions for the rapid assembly of biologically important molecules.
Enjoyable conference with a good range of topics.
Yet another great conference from Scientific Update, High quality, relevant talks guaranteed!
The most interesting and useful conference I have ever attended! Excellent topics and speakers
Very well organized with a good blend of science.