Crystalllisation Science and Engineering

23 January 2019 08:45 - 25 January 2019 15:50, Leeds, United Kingdom

The course will also include laboratory experimental sessions to demonstrate crystallisation processes, application of advanced process analytical technologies (PATs) and particle characterisation techniques. The delegates will have hands-on opportunities to use crystallisation modelling software. The course will be delivered by academic and industrial experts in the field and will include case studies.

Course aims
Delegates will leave with the basic knowledge that they can use in their industrial work and a deeper understanding of crystallisation science and technology to assist in process development and scale-up of the manufacture of crystals for desired properties. The course will also give delegates the tools to be able to better engage with experts when needed.

Who should attend
This course is aimed at engineers and scientists working in industries such as agrochemicals, biotechnology, food, fuels, personal care, pharmaceutical and speciality chemicals companies. it is relevant to those involved in crystallisation process development, scale-up, control and operations. It will also be of interest to post-graduates and post-docs involved in research in the general area of crystallisation.
University of Leeds

School of Chemical and Process Engineering, University of Leeds, Faculty of Engineering, University of Leeds, Woodhouse Land, Leeds, LS2 9JT, United Kingdom

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CPD, Conference & Events Unit, Faculty of Engineering, University of Leeds
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