Date:-Day I, October 5, 11.30 to 17.30hrs
Venue:- Crystal Ballroom I, 1st floor

IGCW FLOW CHEMISTRY WORKSHOP

The concept of "flow chemistry" defines a very general range of chemical processes that occur in a reaction zone that’s a continuous plug-flow stream.
Our manufacturing-systems are in need of fundamental redesign leading to safe, atom-&- energy efficient, highly controlled-processes and economically-competitive Green technologies.


This innovation results in transformations that reform the “eco-socio- technical” system at its very foundations; such “System-innovations” must be guided by strong visions on the future eco-sphere.
The art-&- science of Flow Chemistry – involves atom-&- energy efficient, highly-controlled reactions with short-routes / novel chemistry windows, very-low residence-times, resulting in high reaction-selectivity, product-purity, productivity; conducted safely and precisely in miniaturized highly-flexible continuous plug-flow reactors.
This technique results in very low downstream clean-up operations, drastic reduction in solvents, excess-reagents and energy – i.e. less waste generation and low carbon-footprint. The minimal size leads to high degree of reaction-control and hazard containment. Together, these process-intensification techniques provide the techno-commercial incentive to industry to conform to the principles of Green Chemistry.
This workshop aims to promote and assist in this transitioning from inefficient and waste-intensive processes to acceptable, resource-efficient alternatives that require significant change in approach and technologies which are more compatible with our envisioned sustainable world.

Workshop Highlights :

  • Industrial perspectives in Flow Chemistry
  • Safe production of / using hazardous chemicals
  • Novel catalytic & Bio-catalytic methodologies in flow
  • Tools : Static & Dynamic Flow Reactors & Pumps
  • Debunking “can’t-do myths” : multi-phase regimes for Gas/Liq/Slurries
  • Exploring new frontiers for Flow Chemistry

Participation focus – chief representatives from Management, R&D, R&T, production, operations and environmental health and safety sectors across the entire chemical industry spectrum.

IGCW-FCS “FLOW CHEMISTRY” WORKSHOP

5th Oct 2017 11:30 to 17:30


AGENDA

Time Topic Speaker
11:30 Inauguration Guest of Honour Dr. Antony Melvin Crasto Renowned Organic Chemist Antony Melvin
11:30 to 11:45 Introduction to FLOW CHEMISTRY Asif T. Rangwala, MD: ATR-Asahi Process Systems P.Ltd. Dir.-Flow Chemistry Society-India Chp. Asif T. Rangwala
11:45 to 12:20 On-Demand On-Site Continuous Processing – The Concept of “Chemical Generators” in Modern Pharmaceutical and Fine Chemical Manufacturing Prof. C. Oliver Kappe, Univ of Graz, CCFLOW (Center for Continuous Flow Synthesis) C. Oliver Kappe
12:20 to 13:00 Continuous Flow Processes – A new paradigm in Organic Synthesis Prof. Anil Kumar, IIT-Bombay, Dept.of Chemistry, VP-Flow Chemistry Society-India Chp. Anil Kumar
13:00 to 14:00 LUNCH, Networking, visit IGCW-EXPO
14:00 to 14:30 Intensifying Research using Flow Chemistry Manjinder Singh Phull, Unit-Head, API-R&D, CIPLA-Ltd., Chairman : Flow Chemistry Society – India Chp. Manjinder Singh
14:30 to 15:00 Enzyme Immobilization as an enabler for Biocatalysis in Flow Dr. Karim Engelmark Cassimjee, Co-founder & CEO of EnginZyme AB,Sweden Bio-catalysis immobilization for Flow Karim Engelmark Cassimjee
15:00 to 15:30 Tool Box for Flow Chemistry & Downstream Ops + Industrial Examples – Indian & Global Mr. Vijay Kirpalani, CEO: Pi-Process Intensification Exp. LLP President : Flow Chemistry Society – India Chp. Vijay Kirpalani
15:30 to 16:00 TEA Break, Networking, visit IGCW-EXPO
16:00 to 16:30 New Drug Discovery – Accelerated approach using Flow Sandip Darji, Dy.Gen.Mgr. - Global Process & Technology, API, SUN Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. Sandip Darji
16:30 to 17:15 Interactive Panel Discussion & Steps to Implement Green Flow Chemistry in Industry Panel Lead
Sharat Narsapur,Jt.MD : Sequent Scientific Ltd. Dir.-Flow Chemistry Society-India Chp.
Sharat Narsapur
17:15 to 17:30 Concluding Remarks and Acknowledgement