Tuesday, 19 October 2021
Flow Chemistry Symposium 2021

The Flow Chemistry Symposium is a pivotal event of the Swiss Flow Chemistry Network activities. With this annual event, the Network aims to bring together the great potential of flow chemistry and the entire vibrant community around it.

In this year event, we aim to showcase some of the great opportunities associated with this enabling technology, focusing on intensification and sustainability in chemical processes.

The symposium is the part of the ILMAC Basel 2021 Forum program.

Use the Vaucher Code for a free ticket: scs-ilmac21

Organizing Committee

Prof. Francesca Paradisi, University of Bern
Prof. Christof Sparr, University of Basel
Dr. Jacques Membrez, Givaudan SA

Program, 19 October 2021

10.00

10.05

Welcome
Dr. Alain De Mesmaeker, SCS President

Flow Chemistry Network
Dr. Claudio Battilocchio, Syngenta Crop Protection

Morning Session - Chair: Prof. Andrew deMello, ETH Zurich

10.15

10.45

11.15

11.45

12.15

Dr. Paolo Filipponi, Novartis
«Flow chemistry as enabling technology in the synthesis of Entresto»

Dr. Jan Schütz, DSM Nutritional Products
«Application of flow chemistry in the fine chemical industry – a photo-catalytical approach»

Dr. Chris Scarborough & Matthias Lehmann, Syngenta Crop Protection
«Development of electrosynthesis capabilities in an industrial setting»

Dr. Agnieszka Ladosz, Idorsia Ltd.
«Carbonylations in flow: case study of two-phase flow»

Lunch & networking

Afternoon Session - Chair: Dr. Fridtjof Schroeder, Givaudan

13.30

14.00

14.30

15.00

15.30

Dr. Dominique Roberge, Lonza
«Mini-Monoplant Technology for Pharmaceutical Manufacturing»

Prof. Roger Marti, HEIA Fribourg
«Self-Regeneration of Stereocenters in Flow»

Prof. Nina Hartrampf, University of Zurich
«New avenues in flow-based peptide synthesis»

Coffee & Networking

Roundtable discussion

16.30

16.35

Closing remarks

Apéro


The symposium is supported by:

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