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18th Annual IPDC Set for September; Call for Papers Made


January 26, 2011—[Schwerzenbach, Switzerland]—METTLER TOLEDO has scheduled the 18th Annual International Process Development Conference (IPDC) for September 25-29, 2011 at the Park Hotel in picturesque Weggis, Switzerland.

January 26, 2011—[Schwerzenbach, Switzerland]—METTLER TOLEDO has scheduled the 18th Annual International Process Development Conference (IPDC) for September 25-29, 2011 at the Park Hotel in picturesque Weggis, Switzerland.

This year’s conference chair is Fabio Visentin, European Team Leader, Technology & Applications Consultants at METTLER TOLEDO. Focus areas for the 18th Annual IPDC will be Chemical Research & Development, Process Characterization and Crystallization, Process Safety and Scale-up and Manufacturing. Special emphasis will be on Process Analytical Technology/Quality by Design (PAT/QbD), continuous processing & flow chemistry, and kinetics. Papers on chemical or process R&D, Process Analytical Technology (PAT), crystallization, process safety, online analytics and related areas are currently being accepted for presentation at the conference.

The IPDC provides a forum for sharing the latest in process development covering the entire workflow from initial early phase development and screening to scale-up and manufacturing in pharmaceuticals, as well as the fine and specialty chemical industries. It draws a variety of industry experts, including:
• organic chemists working in synthesis or development
• process & development chemists focused on process characterization, troubleshooting or material production in the kilo scale
• chemical engineers in process development, crystallization, safety and scale-up
• department managers charged with chemical development productivity, and
• R&D project team leaders.

Specialists from both industry and academia will share trends in chemical research and development; process characterization and crystallization; process safety and scale-up, and production. Additionally, METTLER TOLEDO consultants and industry professionals will discuss leading-edge technology including personal synthesis workstations, reaction calorimetry, mid-IR/particle characterization, and how data gathered using these methods can improve results and help lower costs.
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