METTLER TOLEDO Announces a New Symposium on Process Chemistry and Scale-Up
News Mar 16, 2016
METTLER TOLEDO has announced an upcoming online symposium entitled Process Chemistry and Scale-up Online Seminar, featuring researchers from Nalas Engineering and Air Products. This free online seminar will be held on May 18, 2016, at 10:00 AM EST.
Process development project timelines often require informed decisions with limited process understanding. Established methods have been developed to facilitate rapid process understanding and optimization using a limited number of experiments.
This online seminar focuses on applications surrounding process chemistry and scale-up in the chemical, pharmaceutical and petrochemical industries. Each talk will be followed by a live question and answer session with the presenter.
David Ford of Nalas Engineering will present “Using Data-Rich Experimentation to Enable the Development of Continuous Processes”. Ray Machado of Air Products and Chemicals will present “Applications of Reaction Calorimetry in the Chemical Process Industry”.
This free online seminar is for chemists and chemical engineers in the chemical, petrochemical and pharmaceutical industries as well as academia. There is no fee to attend. However, registration is required. Register for the Process Chemistry and Scale-up Seminar now.
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