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P 1.01
Crystallization process development using Secoy's Crystallization Technology: from lab scale units to a full scale process unit
Poster 1. Developments in Large Scale Industrial Crystallization
B. Rimez Presenter Secoya technologies
P 1.02
Population Balance Modeling of Cooling-Antisolvent Crystallization to Derisk Tech-Transfer
Poster 1. Developments in Large Scale Industrial Crystallization
T. Rosenbaum Presenter Bristol-Myers SquibbL. Tan Bristol-Myers SquibbN. Mitchell Process Systems Enterprise Limited, LondonM. Dummeldinger Bristol-Myers SquibbJ. Engstrom Bristol-Myers Squibb
P 1.04
Study of scaling in a plate heat exchanger
Poster 1. Developments in Large Scale Industrial Crystallization
N. Kamar Presenter Laboratoire Réaction et Génie des Procédés, Université de LorraineM. Le Page Mostefa Laboratoire Réaction et Génie des Procédés, Université de LorraineH. Muhr Laboratoire Réaction et Génie des Procédés, Université de LorraineP. JOST Sofchem
P 1.05
Batch crystallization of xylitol by cooling, evaporation and anti-solvent addition
Poster 1. Developments in Large Scale Industrial Crystallization
A. Zaykovskaya Presenter Aalto University School of Chemical EngineeringE. Temmel Sulzer Chemtech LtdM. Stepanski Sulzer Chemtech LtdB. Gevers Deynoot AvantiumE. de Jong AvantiumM. Louhi-Kultanen Aalto University
P 1.06
New developments in impeller design for solid-liquid applications
Poster 1. Developments in Large Scale Industrial Crystallization
B. Nienhaus Presenter EKATO Rühr- und Mischtechnik GmbH
P 1.07
A 3D-Printed Low Pressure-Drop Plug-Flow Crystallizer for Protein Crystallization
Poster 1. Developments in Large Scale Industrial Crystallization
B. Nyande Presenter The Hong Kong University of Science and TechnologyK. Mathew Thomas The Hong Kong University of Science and TechnologyR. Lakerveld The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
P 1.08
Ice scaling formation on scraped heat exchanger surfaces during melt/cooling crystallization
Poster 1. Developments in Large Scale Industrial Crystallization
M. Rodriguez Pascual Presenter Delft University of TechnologyD. Xevgenos TU Delft
P 1.09
Bullet-Proofing Doravirine (MK-1439) Starting Material Supply: Rapid Identification and Response to a New Polymorph of Ethyl Ester
Poster 1. Developments in Large Scale Industrial Crystallization
P. Larpent Presenter MSD Werthenstein BioPharmaL. Codan MSD Werthenstein BioPharmaJ. Schoell MSD Werthenstein BioPharmaL. Iuzzolino Merck & Co. Inc.M. Tan Merck & Co. Inc.J. Newman Merck & Co. Inc.A. Lee Merck & Co. Inc.
P 1.10
A novel image analysis technique for 2D characterization of overlapping needle like crystals
Poster 1. Developments in Large Scale Industrial Crystallization
P. Neoptolemou Presenter The University of Manchester
P 2.01
CaCO₃ precipitation through the carbonation route towards cement industry circular economy
Poster 2. Contributions of Crystallization to sustainability
F. Liendo Castillo Presenter Politecnico di TorinoF. Deorsola Politecnico di TorinoS. Bensaid Politecnico di Torino
P 2.02
-CODA- The Carbon-Negative Soda Ash Project
Poster 2. Contributions of Crystallization to sustainability
H. Lorenz Max Planck Institut für Dynamik komplexer technischer SystemeS. Ghaffari Max Planck Institut für Dynamik komplexer technischer SystemeC. Eisenhut CIECH Soda Deutschland GmbH & Co. KGP. Schulze Presenter SChPrEngCo- Scientific Chemical Process Engineering Consultancy
P 2.03
Melt Crystallization of 2,4-Dinitrochlorobenzene: Crystal Growth and Sweating Process Evaluation
Poster 2. Contributions of Crystallization to sustainability
S. Jia Presenter Tianjin UniversityJ. Gong Tianjin UniversityZ. Gao Tianjin UniversityJ. Wang Tianjin University
P 2.04
CFD-PBM simulation of Mg(OH)₂ precipitation from saltwork brine
Poster 2. Contributions of Crystallization to sustainability
A. Raponi Presenter Politecnico di TorinoA. Buffo Politecnico di TorinoG. Boccardo Politecnico di TorinoM. Vanni Politecnico di TorinoD. Marchisio Politecnico di TorinoG. Montalbano Politecnico di TorinoG. Battaglia Università di PalermoS. Romano Università di Palermo
P 2.05
Towards product separation by cooling crystallization as part of an integrated catalyst recycling process
Poster 2. Contributions of Crystallization to sustainability
A. Seifert Presenter TU Dortmund UniversityA. Laudanski TU Dortmund UniversityJ. Simons TU Dortmund UniversityT. Seidensticker TU Dortmund UniversityK. Wohlgemuth TU Dortmund University
P 2.06
Understanding Crystallisation in Plant Cuticular Waxes in Relations to Water Permeation through Plant Surfaces
Poster 2. Contributions of Crystallization to sustainability
L. Parameswaran Presenter University of LeedsK. Roberts University of LeedsX. Lai University of LeedsN. George Syngenta Crop ProtectionM. Riederer Julius Maximilians University of Würzburg
P 2.07
CFD Study on Heat Transfer in a Layer Melt Crystallizer
Poster 2. Contributions of Crystallization to sustainability
N. Osmanbegovic Presenter Aalto University School of Chemical EngineeringV. Alopaeus Aalto University School of Chemical EngineeringV. Vuorinen Aalto University School of EngineeringM. Louhi-Kultanen Aalto University School of Chemical Engineering
P 2.08
Synthetic BiOBr/Bi₂S₃/CdS crystalline material and its degradation of dye under visible light
Poster 2. Contributions of Crystallization to sustainability
J. Chen Presenter Hebei University of TechnologyY. Jin Hebei University of TechnologyZ. Xing Hebei University of TechnologyY. Li Hebei University of TechnologyJ. Han Hebei University of TechnologyH. Lorenz Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems
P 3.01
Hierarchical BaCO₃/SiO₂ Biomorphs: Morphological Evolution & Multi-Functional Development
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
Y. Chen Presenter Tianjin UniversityS. Wang Tianjin UniversityJ. Gong Tianjin University
P 3.02
The development of precipitate characteristics by means of the reactor type and operating conditions
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
M. Stec Presenter Silesian University of Technology/ Research Network Łukasiewicz, New Chemical Syntheses Institute, Inorganic Chemistry Division “IChN”P. Synowiec Silesian University of Technology/ Research Network Łukasiewicz, New Chemical Syntheses Institute, Inorganic Chemistry Division “IChN”B. Bunikowska Research Network Łukasiewicz, New Chemical Syntheses Institute, Inorganic Chemistry Division “IChN”
P 3.03
Crystallization of magnesium sulphate heptahydrate from solutions containing calcium and chlorides
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
B. Bunikowska Presenter Research Network Łukasiewicz, New Chemical Syntheses Institute, Inorganic Chemistry Division “IChN”P. Synowiec Silesian Univeristy of Technology/Research Network Łukasiewicz, New Chemical Syntheses Institute, Inorganic Chemistry Division “IChN”M. Stec Silesian University of Technology/ Research Network Łukasiewicz, New Chemical Syntheses Institute, Inorganic Chemistry Division “IChN”
P 3.04
Simultaneous crystallization in the ternary system NaCl-Na₂SO₄-H₂O
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
A. Sarubbi Lanzotti University of São PauloM. Martins Seckler Presenter University of São Paulo
P 3.05
Thermodynamic based process design for polymers forming different crystalline phases
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
Z. Fan TU Clausthal / Lehrstuhl für Technische Thermodynamik und Energieeffiziente StoffbehandlungS. Enders KIT Institut für Technische Thermodynamik und KältetechnikM. Fischlschweiger Presenter TU Clausthal/Lehrstuhl für Technische Thermodynamik und Energieeffiziente Stoffbehandlung
P 3.06
Growth of crystal faces tracked in 3D
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
S. Schiele Presenter TU MünchenH. Briesen TU München
P 3.07
Stratification of multi-component solutions on crystalline substrates
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
C. Helfenritter Presenter Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)M. Kind Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
P 3.08
Bernoulli offers a solid basis for crystallization
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
H. Meldau Presenter ehemals Sulzer Escher Wyss
P 3.09
Ultrasound-Assisted Crystallization Process Intensification of L-glutamic Acid: Crystal Nucleation and Polymorph Transformation
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
C. Fang Presenter Tianjin UniversityZ. Gao Tianjin University J. Gong Tianjin UniversityJ. Wang Tianjin University
P 3.10
Controlled Crystallization Process of Potassium Nitrate Solution: Incrustation Phenomenon
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
M. Al-Rashed College of Technological Studies, The Public Authority for Applied Education and TrainingA. Alenzi College of Technological Studies, The Public Authority for Applied Education and TrainingA. Mohammad College of Technological Studies, The Public Authority for Applied Education and TrainingJ. Wójcik Presenter Silesian University of Technology
P 3.11
Implementation of thermal cycling for the control of crystal morphology and size distribution
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
J. Zeglinski Presenter APC Ltd.M. Ukrainczyk APC Ltd.G. Morris APC Ltd.B. Glennon APC Ltd.
P 3.12
Thermodynamic description of phase diagrams in solid solution/solvent systems
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
M. Sadeghi Presenter Max-Planck-Institut für Dynamik komplexer technischer SystemeS. Münzberg Max-Planck-Institut für Dynamik komplexer technischer SystemeV. Tenberg Max-Planck-Institut für Dynamik komplexer technischer SystemeH. Lorenz Max-Planck-Institut für Dynamik komplexer technischer SystemeA. Seidel-Morgenstern Max-Planck-Institut für Dynamik komplexer technischer Systeme & Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg
P 3.13
Fluidic Oscillator as a Continuous Crystalliser: Modelling and Validation
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
Y. Yu Presenter Queen’s University BelfastA. Pandit Bernal Institute, University of LimerickV. Ranade Queen’s University Belfast
P 3.14
Crystallizer geometry optimization applying the process model for the Separation of Enantiomers by Preferential Crystallization
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
N. Huskova Presenter Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical SystemsM. Mangold Technische Hochschule BingenH. Lorenz Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical SystemsA. Seidel-Morgenstern Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems & Otto von Guericke University
P 3.15
Modeling crystal growth using the lattice Boltzmann method
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
Q. Tan Presenter OVGU, MagdeburgH. Lorenz Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems (MPI Magdeburg)S. Hosseini OVGU, MagdeburgA. Seidel-Morgenstern Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems (MPI Magdeburg)D. Thévenin OVGU, Magdeburg
P 3.16
Strategic Application of Temperature Correction Algorithms for Improved in situ Concentration Monitoring During Cooling Crystallisation
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
M. Chong Presenter University of StrathclydeT. McGlone University of StrathclydeA. Parrott University of StrathclydeA. Nordon University of StrathclydeA. Florence University of Strathclyde
P 3.17
A novel colorimetric experimental technique for the characterization of metal hydroxides reactive crystallization phenomena
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
S. Romano Università degli Studi di PalermoG. Battaglia Presenter Università degli Studi di PalermoA. Tamburini Università degli Studi di PalermoM. Ciofalo Università degli Studi di PalermoA. Cipollina Università degli Studi di PalermoG. Micale Università degli Studi di Palermo
P 3.19
Semi-Batch Evaporation Crystallization for Cobalt Sulfate Recovery
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
J. Zhang Presenter Aalto UniversityA. Said Aalto UniversityB. Han Aalto UniversityM. Louhi-Kultanen Aalto University
P 3.20
Impact of the phase transition phenomenon of a UCST-type thermoresponsive polymers onto the crystallization of inorganic salts
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
E. Wong Munoz Silesian University of TechnologyM. Lemanowicz Presenter Silesian University of TechnologyA. Mielańczyk Silesian University of TechnologyK. Kiraga Silesian University of TechnologyA. Gierczycki Silesian University of Technology
P 3.21
Time-Resolved X-ray Phase-Contrast Imaging of Continuous Anti-Solvent Crystallisation
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
G. Das Presenter School of Chemical and Process Engineering, University of LeedsA. Pallipurath University of LeedsT. Kathyola University of LeedsJ. Leng University of LeedsS. Marathe Diamond Light SourceC. Rau Diamond Light SourceJ. McGinty University of Strathclyde/ CMACR. Miller University of Strathclyde/ CMACJ. Sefcik University of Strathclyde/ CMACS. Schroeder University of Leeds
P 3.22
Thermodynamics of Co-Crystal Formation: Estimating the Stability of Sulfamethazine Co-Crystals
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
M. Svärd Presenter KTH Royal Institute of TechnologyD. Ahuja University of Limerick
P 3.23
Precipitation of calcium oxalate in a multifunctional reactor
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
A. Małysiak Presenter Silesian University of TechnologyS. Musial Silesian University of TechnologyP. Polak Silesian University of Technology
P 3.24
Application of image analysis methods to enhance crystal shape identification and face indexing
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
F. Luxenburger Lehrstuhl für Systemverfahrenstechnik, TU MünchenE. Elts Lehrstuhl für Systemverfahrenstechnik, TU MünchenH. Briesen Presenter Lehrstuhl für Systemverfahrenstechnik, TU München
P 3.25
Effect of solvents on crystal size distribution in ultrasound assisted crystallization of ascorbic acid
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
J. Yadav Presenter Indian Institute of Technology RoparS. Patel Indian Institute of Technology Ropar
P 3.26
Experimental Investigation of an Integrated Crystallization and Wet-Milling System with Temperature Cycling to Control the Size and Aspect Ratio of Needle-Shaped Pharmaceutical Crystals
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
A. Eren Presenter Purdue UniversityB. Szilágyi Purdue UniversityJ. Quon Takeda Pharmaceuticals International Co.C. Papageorgiou Takeda Pharmaceuticals International Co.Z. Nagy Purdue University
P 3.27
Approaches to drying Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
E. Keavney Presenter Trinity College Dublin, The University of DublinB. Wood APC Ltd.A. Healy Trinity College Dublin, The University of DublinB. Glennon APC Ltd.
P 3.28
Reverse antisolvent crystallization using membrane pervaporation: application to L-Glutamic Acid
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
M. Khellaf Presenter LAGEPP/University of Claude Bernard Lyon 1C. Charcosset LAGEPP/University of Claude Bernard Lyon 1D. Mangin LAGEPP/University of Claude Bernard Lyon 1E. Chabanon LAGEPP/University of Claude Bernard Lyon 1
P 3.29
Model-driven Controller Design for Continuous Crystallisation of α-Lactose Monohydrate
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
J. Johnston Presenter CMAC/University of StrathclydeC. Brown CMAC/University of StrathclydeA. Florence CMAC/University of Strathclyde
P 3.30
1D and 2-D population balance models applied to mefenamic acid solution crystallisation using gFORMULATE
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
W. Li Presenter Loughborough UniversityB. Benyahia Loughborough UniversityC. Rielly Loughborough University
P 3.31
Microfluidics set-up rapidly measures solubility directly from powder
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
G. Peybernes Presenter Aix-Marseille University & CNRS, CINaMR. Grossier Aix-Marseille University & CNRS, CINaMF. Villard Technologie ServierP. Letellier Technologie ServierN. Candoni Aix-Marseille University & CNRS, CINaMS. Veesler Aix-Marseille University & CNRS, CINaM
P 3.32
Template-assisted protein crystallization in microfluidics
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
D. Powell Presenter University of Strathclyde/ CMACC. Gerard University of Strathclyde/ CMACM. Briuglia University of Strathclyde/ CMACS. Morais CNRS, Universite de Bordeaux, Institut de Chimie de la Matière Condensée de BordeauxD. Lamprou Queens University BelfastJ. Salmon CNRS, Universite de Bordeaux, Institut de Chimie de la Matière Condensée de BordeauxJ. ter Horst University of Strathclyde/ CMAC
P 3.33
Design and validation of a droplet based microfluidic system to study non-photochemical laser induced nucleation
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
V. Korede Presenter Delft University of TechnologyF. Penha KTH Royal Institute of TechnologyD. Irimia Delft University of TechnologyL. Stam Delft University of TechnologyV. Munck Delft University of TechnologyA. Heijden Delft University of TechnologyH. Kramer Delft University of TechnologyH. Eral Delft University of Technology
P 3.34
Primary and Secondary Nucleation of Sodium Chloride from Water and Deuterium Oxide
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
J. Flannigan Presenter EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Continuous Manufacturing and Crystallisation, c/o Department of Chemical and Process Engineering, University of StrathclydeM. Haw Department of Chemical and Process Engineering, University of StrathclydeH. Jolliffe EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Continuous Manufacturing and Crystallisation, c/o Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences, University of Strathclyde, Technology and Innovation CentreJ. Sefcik EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Continuous Manufacturing and Crystallisation, c/o Department of Chemical and Process Engineering, University of Strathclyde
P 3.36
Exploring laser induced thermocavitation for primary nucleation control
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
N. Nagalingam Presenter Delft University of TechnologyD. Irimia Delft University of TechnologyR. Hartkamp Delft University of TechnologyJ. Padding Delft University of TechnologyH. Eral Delft University of Technology
P 3.37
Modelling of Turbulent Precipitation in a T-mixer with a Coupled DNS-PBE Approach
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
H. Tang Presenter Imperial College LondonS. Rigopoulos Imperial College LondonG. Papadakis Imperial College London
P 3.38
Tuning Interface Interactions to Facilitate Heterogeneous Nucleation
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
D. McKechnie Presenter University of StrathclydeP. Mulheran University of StrathclydeJ. Sefcik University of StrathclydeK. Johnston University of Strathclyde
P 3.39
The role of pre-nucleation clusters in the crystallization of gold nanoparticles
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
R. Ramamoorthy Presenter INP - ENSIACET - Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Ingénieurs en Arts Chimiques Et TechnologiquesE. Yildirim INSA ToulouseP. Roblin INP - ENSIACET - Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Ingénieurs en Arts Chimiques Et TechnologiquesL. Lacroix INSA ToulouseI. Rodriguez-Ruiz INP - ENSIACET - Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Ingénieurs en Arts Chimiques Et TechnologiquesG. Viau INSA ToulouseS. Teychené INP - ENSIACET - Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Ingénieurs en Arts Chimiques Et Technologiques
P 3.40
Unveiling the importance of solution structure on the nucleation and the final morphology of gold nanoparticles by using an ultra-fast micro-mixer in coupling with SAXS
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
R. Ramamoorthy Presenter INP - ENSIACET - Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Ingénieurs en Arts Chimiques Et TechnologiquesE. Yildirim INSA ToulouseP. Roblin INP - ENSIACET - Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Ingénieurs en Arts Chimiques Et TechnologiquesL. Lacroix INSA ToulouseI. Rodriguez-Ruiz INP - ENSIACET - Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Ingénieurs en Arts Chimiques Et TechnologiquesA. Diaz Paul Scherrer InstituteG. Viau INSA ToulouseS. Teychené INP - ENSIACET - Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Ingénieurs en Arts Chimiques Et Technologiques
P 3.41
Towards a rigorous representation of API crystallization kinetics for enabling advanced analysis and comparison
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
G. Lunardon Quillo Presenter Janssen Research & DevelopmentS. Bhonsale KU LeuvenB. Gielen Janssen Research & DevelopmentJ. Van Impe KU LeuvenA. Collas Janssen Research & DevelopmentC. Xiouras Janssen Research & Development
P 3.42
Detection of concentration enhancements at nanoscale interfaces
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
R. Mackay Presenter EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Continuous Manufacturing and Crystallisation, c/o Department of Chemical and Process Engineering, University of StrathclydeD. McKechnie EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Continuous Manufacturing and Crystallisation, c/o Department of Chemical and Process Engineering, University of StrathclydeK. Johnston Department of Chemical and Process Engineering, University of StrathclydeK. Lau University of StrathclydeJ. Sefcik EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Continuous Manufacturing and Crystallisation, c/o Department of Chemical and Process Engineering, University of Strathclyde
P 3.43
On the possible stereoselectivity of Non-Photochemical Laser Induced Nucleation
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
M. Briard Presenter Normandie UnivC. Brandel Normandie UnivV. Dupray Normandie UnivG. Coquerel Normandie Univ
P 3.44
Solubility and Nucleation Kinetics of a Homologous Series of 8 Representative Diesel n-Alkanes (C₁₆ – C₂₃) in Toluene & Dodecane
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
A. Jackson Presenter University of LeedsK. Roberts University of LeedsR. Downie Infineum UK Ltd.P. Dowding Infineum UK Ltd.
P 3.45
Predicting temperature dependent solubility from thermodynamic data measured at a single temperature: Application to glycine polymorphs
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
A. Manson Presenter University of StrathclydeL. Lue University of StrathclydeJ. Sefcik University of Strathclyde
P 3.46
Determining the solubility of Y₂(SO₄)₃ in H₂O-CnH₂n+₁OH systems for the recovery of rare earth elements using antisolvent crystallization.
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
J. Du Plessis Presenter University of Cape TownJ. Chivavava University of Cape TownA. Lewis University of Cape Town
P 3.47
Modeling kinetics of secondary nucleation facilitated by inter-particle energies
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
B. Ahn Presenter ETH ZurichL. Bosetti ETH ZurichM. Mazzotti ETH Zurich
P 3.48
Predicting relative solubilities with molecular dynamics simulations
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
Z. Bjelobrk Presenter ETH ZürichD. Mendels University of ChicagoT. Karmakar Istituto Italiano di TecnologiaM. Parrinello Istituto Italiano di TecnologiaM. Mazzotti ETH Zürich
P 3.49
Insights into Intermolecular Interactions of Spironolactone Solvates
Poster 3. Fundamentals of Crystallization
L. Jia Presenter Tianjin UniversityL. Zhou Tianjin UniversityQ. Yin Tianjin University
P 4.01
Difference in particle morphology of betamethasone by the addition of bio-surfactant between spray-drying and freeze-drying
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
K. Kadota Presenter Osaka University of Pharmaceutical SciencesH. Uchiyama Osaka University of Pharmaceutical SciencesY. Tozuka Osaka University of Pharmaceutical Sciences
P 4.02
Solid phases relations and thermal deformations of L-serine and L-alanine
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
R. Sadovnichii Presenter St. Petersburg State UniversityL. Kryuchkova St. Petersburg State UniversityE. Kotelnikova St. Petersburg State UniversityH. Lorenz Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems
P 4.03
The Continuous Operation of Parallel Placed Tubular Micro-Nucleators
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
B. Rimez Presenter Secoya technologies
P 4.05
On the Similitude of Technical Precipitation
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
H. Rehage Presenter Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)J. Orthey Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)M. Kind Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
P 4.06
Digital Design of crystallization: Impact of particle size & shape measurement on predictive capacity of calibrated mechanistic models
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
J. Webb Presenter SyngentaN. Mitchell PSE - A Siemens BusinessR. Taylor Malvern Panalytical Ltd.K. Foster SyngentaS. Ward-Smith Malvern Panalytical Ltd.P. Kippax Malvern Panalytical Ltd.
P 4.07
Preparation of mesoporous calcium carbonate by crystallization processing
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
S. Yamanaka Presenter Muroran Institute of TechnologyK. Sridhar Muroran Institute of TechnologyK. Kadota Osaka University of Pharmaceutical SciencesH. Uchiyama Osaka University of Pharmaceutical SciencesY. Tozuka Osaka University of Pharmaceutical SciencesY. Yusof Universiti Putra Malaysia
P 4.08
Achieving particle size and impurity control for a continuous crystallization and wet milling process using a digital design approach
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
N. Mitchell Presenter PSE - A Siemens BusinessC. Burcham Eli Lilly and CompanyF. Calado PSE - A Siemens BusinessS. Myers Eli Lilly and CompanyS. Pereira PSE - A Siemens Business
P 4.09
pH-sensitive polymethacrylate derivatives Eudragit E100 & L100 nanoparticles preparation in aqueous medium
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
F. Ofridam University Claude Bernard Lyon-1/ CNRS, LAGEPP-UMR 5007N. Lebaz Presenter University Claude Bernard Lyon-1/ CNRS, LAGEPP-UMR 5007E. Gagnière University Claude Bernard Lyon-1/ CNRS, LAGEPP-UMR 5007D. Mangin University Claude Bernard Lyon-1/ CNRS, LAGEPP-UMR 5007A. Elaissari University Claude Bernard Lyon-1/ CNRS, ISA-UMR 5280
P 4.10
Towards enhanced understanding of sono-crystallization for pharmaceuticals
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
D. Pohlman Presenter AbbvieM. Boukerche Process Research And Development/AbbVie Inc.H. Shariff Missouri University of Science and TechnologyN. Nere AbbVie Inc.
P 4.11
Extending the scope of impedance spectroscopy as a PAT-tool during crystallization
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
C. Eder Technical University of MunichH. Briesen Presenter Technical University of Munich
P 4.12
Using solvent additives in melt crystallization of high-viscous organic mixtures
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
M. Ila Presenter Aalto UniversityM. Louhi-Kultanen Aalto UniversityE. Temmel Sulzer Chemtech Ltd.M. Stepanski Sulzer Chemtech Ltd.J. Singh AvantiumB. Gevers Deynoot AvantiumE. de Jong Avantium
P 4.13
Understanding the relationship between the crystal structure of different solid forms of quercetin and their physical properties using synthonic modelling
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
P. Klitou Presenter University of LeedsI. Rosbottom University of LeedsE. Simone University of Leeds
P 4.14
Experimental characterisation and population balance modelling of batch cooling crystallisation of hexamine in ethanol
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
R. Leeming Presenter University of LeedsT. Mahmud University of LeedsK. Roberts University of LeedsE. Simone University of LeedsN. George Syngenta
P 4.15
Comparison of Isolation-Free Continuous Crystallization Operations: Falling Film Solution Layer Crystallization and Confined Suspension Crystallization
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
R. Lopez-Rodriguez Presenter University College DublinM. Harding University College DublinG. Gibson Pfizer LimitedK. Girard Pfizer Inc. Worldwide Research and DevelopmentS. Ferguson University College Dublin
P 4.16
Analysis of the Crystallisation Behaviour of the Diastereomer System of DL-arabinose and DL-xylose
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
B. Tyson Presenter University of LeedsC. Pask University of LeedsN. George SyngentaE. Simone University of Leeds
P 4.17
Separation strategies for valorization of lignin by targeted molecular weight fractionation
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
A. Ponnudurai Presenter Max Planck Institut für Dynamik komplexer technischer SystemeP. Schulze Max Planck Institut für Dynamik komplexer technischer SystemeA. Seidel-Morgenstern Max Planck Institut für Dynamik komplexer technischer Systeme / Otto-von-Guericke Universität MagdeburgH. Lorenz Max-Planck-Institut für Dynamik komplexer technischer Systeme
P 4.18
Digital design of a robust continuous crystallization process: Using mechanistic modelling tools to minimize material requirements at the R&D stage
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
B. Mehta Presenter PSE - A Siemens BusinessC. Brown University of StrathclydeN. Mitchell PSE - A Siemens BusinessB. Williams PSE - A Siemens Business
P 4.19
Reactive crystallization kinetics of K₂SO₄ from picromerite-based MgSO₄ and KCl
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
A. Albis Presenter Universidad de AntofagastaH. Lorenz Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical SystemsY. Jiménez Universidad de AntofagastaT. Graber Universidad de Antofagasta
P 4.20
Sonochemical Synthesis of Double Salt Compound
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
S. Kamei Presenter Nihon UniversityM. Matsumoto Nihon UniversityS. Furukawa Nihon University
P 4.21
Continuous chiral resolution by diastereomeric salt formation of racemic Ibuprofen in a Couette-Taylor crystallizer
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
L. Marc Presenter Université de Rouen NormandieJ. Schneider SeqensG. Coquerel Université de Rouen Normandie
P 4.22
Thermal deformations of the crystal structures of L-aspartic, DL-aspartic and β-L-glutamic amino acids
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
R. Sadovnichii Presenter Sant Petersburg State UniversityH. Lorenz Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical SystemsE. Kotelnikova Sant Petersburg State University
P 4.23
Crystallization-based Purification of Multicomponent Plant Extracts: The Case Study of Artemisinin
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
S. Wünsche Presenter Max-Planck-Institut für Dynamik komplexer technischer SystemeS. Triemer Max-Planck-Institut für Dynamik komplexer technischer SystemeG. Vu Max-Planck-Institut für Dynamik komplexer technischer SystemeA. Seidel-Morgenstern Max-Planck-Institut für Dynamik komplexer technischer Systeme & Otto-von-Guericke-UniversitätH. Lorenz Max-Planck-Institut für Dynamik komplexer technischer Systeme
P 4.24
Control of impurity profile and crystal morphology through crystallisation process design
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
A. Jawor-Baczynska Presenter AstraZeneca MacclesfieldL. Agnew AstraZeneca MacclesfieldG. Howell AstraZeneca MacclesfieldN. Adlington AstraZeneca Macclesfield
P 4.25
Characterization of a Small-Scale Crystallizer using Multiphase CFD Simulations and X-Ray Tomography Measurements
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
R. Achermann Presenter ETH ZurichR. Adams ETH ZurichH. Prasser ETH ZurichM. Mazzotti ETH Zurich
P 4.26
A Selective Dissolution Process Featuring a Hydrocyclone for the Removal of Fines in Crystallization
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
P. Binel Presenter ETH ZürichM. Mazzotti ETH Zürich
P 4.27
Seeded batch protein crystallization in a meso oscillatory flow reactor
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
F. Castro Presenter Faculty of Engineering - University of PortoA. Ferreira Faculty of Engineering - University of PortoJ. Teixeira University of MinhoF. Rocha Faculty of Engineering - University of Porto
P 4.29
A Contribution to the Melt Phase Diagram and Solid-State Forms of Chiral Drug Aminoglutethimide
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
B. Saikia Presenter Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical SystemsF. Cascella Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical SystemsA. Seidel-Morgenstern Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical SystemsH. Lorenz Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems
P 4.30
Beyond Structure Determination: Crystallisation as a Purification Unit Process for Proteins and Peptides
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
I. Rosbottom Imperial College LondonF. Link Imperial College LondonW. Chen Imperial College LondonN. Mitchell Presenter PSE - A Siemens BusinessJ. Heng Imperial College London
P 4.31
Insights on the formation and dissociation mechanisms of cyclopentane hydrate obtained by using calorimetry and optical microscopy
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
R. Ramamoorthy Presenter INP - ENSIACET - Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Ingénieurs en Arts Chimiques Et TechnologiquesJ. Torré INP - ENSIACET - Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Ingénieurs en Arts Chimiques Et TechnologiquesI. Rodriguez-Ruiz INP - ENSIACET - Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Ingénieurs en Arts Chimiques Et TechnologiquesS. Teychené INP - ENSIACET - Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Ingénieurs en Arts Chimiques Et Technologiques
P 4.32
A novel strategy for deracemization using periodic fluctuations of supersaturation
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
K. Intaraboonrod Vidyasirimedhi Institute of Science and Technology (VISTEC)A. Flood Presenter VISTEC
P 4.33
Effects of crystallization conditions on the physical properties of cocoa butter – based oleofoams: a multi-technique approach
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
L. Metilli Presenter University of LeedsM. Holmes University of LeedsM. Povey University of LeedsA. Lazidis Nestlé Product Technology Centre Confectionery YorkS. Marty-Terrade Nestlé Product Technology Centre Confectionery YorkJ. Ray Nestlé Research Vers-chez-les-BlancE. Simone University of Leeds
P 4.34
Flow-driven Crystallization of Lithium Phosphate in Microchannels
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
M. Emmanuel Presenter University of SzegedD. Horváth University of SzegedÁ. Tóth University of Szeged
P 4.35
Investigating Moisture-Induced Crystallisation By Dynamic Vapour Sorption
Poster 4. Crystallization and Precipitation in Fine Chemical, Specialty & Life-Science Industries
M. Naderi Surface Measurement SystemsM. Guo Presenter Surface Measurement Systems (SMS)D. Burnett Surface Measurement Systems (SMS)
P 5.01
Workflow Towards Melt Crystallization Process Design in Specialty Chemistry
Poster 5. Integrated Process Design: Crystallization in the Industrial Process Chain
M. Lührmann Presenter Evonik Operations GmbH | Technology & InfrastructureS. Schröder Evonik Operations GmbH | Technology & InfrastructureL. Hohmann Evonik Operations GmbH | Technology & Infrastructure
P 5.03
Precipitation of Cu/ZnO on a quasi-continuous filter belt apparatus
Poster 5. Integrated Process Design: Crystallization in the Industrial Process Chain
S. Höving Presenter TU Dortmund UniversityB. Nierhauve TU Dortmund UniversityN. Kockmann TU Dortmund University
P 5.04
Digital design of end-to-end manufacturing process for mefenamic acid using mechanistic modelling
Poster 5. Integrated Process Design: Crystallization in the Industrial Process Chain
C. Brown Presenter University of StrathclydeN. Mitchell Process Systems EnterpriseF. Doerr University of StrathclydeJ. McGinty University of StrathclydeM. Chong University of StrathclydeM. Robertson University of StrathclydeS. Ottoboni University of StrathclydeW. Li Loughborough University
P 5.05
Using modelling tools to accelerate the design process of the innovative continuous Archimedes tube crystallizer
Poster 5. Integrated Process Design: Crystallization in the Industrial Process Chain
J. Sonnenschein Presenter TU Dortmund UniversityR. Heming TU Dortmund UniversityM. Aghayarzadeh TU Dortmund UniversityO. Mierka TU Dortmund UniversityS. Turek TU Dortmund UniversityG. Schembecker TU Dortmund UniversityK. Wohlgemuth TU Dortmund University
P 5.06
Towards Increased Product Quality Inside a Slug Flow Crystallizer
Poster 5. Integrated Process Design: Crystallization in the Industrial Process Chain
A. Kufner Presenter TU Dortmund UniversityM. Termühlen TU Dortmund UniversityK. Wohlgemuth TU Dortmund University
P 5.07
Designing a Continuous Taylor-Couette Crystallizer – Residence Time Distribution and Suspension Characteristics
Poster 5. Integrated Process Design: Crystallization in the Industrial Process Chain
M. Etmanski Presenter TU Dortmund UniversityM. Breloer TU Dortmund UniversityG. Schembecker TU Dortmund UniversityK. Wohlgemuth TU Dortmund University
P 5.08
New soft sensor design for a batch crystallization process based on solute concentration
Poster 5. Integrated Process Design: Crystallization in the Industrial Process Chain
L. Brivadis Presenter Université Lyon 1, Laboratoire d’Automatique et de Génie des Procédés, UMR 5007, CNRS—ESCPEV. Andrieu Université Lyon 1, Laboratoire d’Automatique et de Génie des Procédés, UMR 5007, CNRS—ESCPEÉ. Chabanon Université Lyon 1, Laboratoire d’Automatique et de Génie des Procédés, UMR 5007, CNRS—ESCPEE. Gagnière Université Lyon 1, Laboratoire d’Automatique et de Génie des Procédés, UMR 5007, CNRS—ESCPEN. Lebaz Université Lyon 1, Laboratoire d’Automatique et de Génie des Procédés, UMR 5007, CNRS—ESCPEU. Serres Université Lyon 1, Laboratoire d’Automatique et de Génie des Procédés, UMR 5007, CNRS—ESCPE
P 5.09
New inversion method for the multi-shape CLD-to-PSD problem with spheroid particles
Poster 5. Integrated Process Design: Crystallization in the Industrial Process Chain
L. Brivadis Presenter Université Lyon 1, Laboratoire d’Automatique et de Génie des Procédés, UMR 5007, CNRS—ESCPEL. Sacchelli Presenter Université Lyon 1, Laboratoire d’Automatique et de Génie des Procédés, UMR 5007, CNRS—ESCPE
P 5.10
Digital design of crystallization and Advanced Process Control using mechanistic models
Poster 5. Integrated Process Design: Crystallization in the Industrial Process Chain
J. Mack Perceptive Engineering - an Applied Materials CompanyR. Parekh Presenter Perceptive Engineering - an Applied Materials CompanyF. Tahir Perceptive Engineering - an Applied Materials CompanyC. Brown CMAC/ University of StrathclydeJ. Johnston CMAC/ University of StrathclydeJ. Robertson CMAC/ University of StrathclydeN. Mitchell PSE - A Siemens BusinessA. Florence CMAC/ University of Strathclyde
P 5.11
Size and Shape Engineering of Needle-like Particles: Process Development and Process Control
Poster 5. Integrated Process Design: Crystallization in the Industrial Process Chain
A. Rajagopalan Presenter ETH ZürichS. Bötschi ETH ZürichF. Salvatori ETH ZürichP. Binel ETH ZürichM. Morari University of PennsylvaniaM. Mazzotti ETH Zürich
P 5.12
Process Development for Size and Shape Manipulation of plate-like crystals
Poster 5. Integrated Process Design: Crystallization in the Industrial Process Chain
D. Biri Presenter ETH ZürichA. Jaeggi ETH ZürichP. Binel ETH ZürichA. Rajagopalan ETH ZürichM. Mazzotti ETH Zürich
P 5.13
A crystallisation development workflow for the manufacturability enhancement/improvement of active pharmaceutical ingredients
Poster 5. Integrated Process Design: Crystallization in the Industrial Process Chain
H. Siddique Presenter CMAC National Facility
P 5.14
Model-based optimal choice of pressure-driven withdrawal method from stirred suspensions
Poster 5. Integrated Process Design: Crystallization in the Industrial Process Chain
R. Achermann Presenter ETH ZurichV. Wiedmeyer ETH ZurichM. Hosseinalipour ETH ZurichS. Güngör ETH ZurichM. Mazzotti ETH Zurich
P 5.15
Multidimensional particle characterisation from in-situ imaging using deep learning and transfer learning
Poster 5. Integrated Process Design: Crystallization in the Industrial Process Chain
C. Boyle Presenter CMAC Future Manufacturing Research Hub, University of StrathclydeC. Ferreira Department of Chemical and Process Engineering, University of StrathclydeY. Chen Department of Chemical and Process Engineering, University of StrathclydeC. Tachtatzis Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University of StrathclydeI. Andronovic Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University of StrathclydeC. Brown CMAC Future Manufacturing Research Hub, University of StrathclydeJ. Sefcik CMAC Future Manufacturing Research Hub, University of StrathclydeJ. Cardona CMAC Future Manufacturing Research Hub, University of Strathclyde