11th ED. CF@BO

Programme

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giovedì 2 marzo 2017

Sunday 4 June

Aula Magna, Chemistry Department "G. Ciamician" Via Selmi, 2

12:00

      

Registration

14:00

 

Welcome address

14:30

 

Susan M Reutzel-Edens, Senior Research Advisor, Small Molecule Design & Development at Eli Lilly and Company Indianapolis, IN USA, “Exploring solid form landscapes: What to do when the best laid plans go awry.”

15:00

 

Michael J. Zaworotko, Rana Saniia and Alankriti Bajpaia, Department of Chemical Sciences and Bernal Institute, University of Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland, “Crystalline hydrates.”

15:30

 

Judith Aronhime, Senior director solid state characterization TAPI global R&D at Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., “Late-appearing polymorphs.”

16:00

 

Jonathan W. Steed, Professor of Chemistry at Durham University, “Solid form control using supramolecular gels.”

16:30

 

Coffee break

17:00

 

Amy Robertson, Team Manager, Right Particle Team, Chemical Development at AstraZeneca, “Crystal Structures for Pharmaceutical Process Understanding.”

17:30

 

Juan J. Novoa, Dept. Quimica Fisica & IQTCUB,?Fac. Quimica, Univ. Barcelona, “Understanding the mechanism and speed of polymorphic phase transitions: a case example in controlling bistability.”

18:00

 

Aurora J. Cruz-Cabeza, School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science, The University of Manchester, UK. “Surface effects in polymorphism. When do they matter?”

18:30

 

Gérard Coquerel, Normandie Université, Laboratoire SMS-EA3233, Université de Rouen, Mont Saint Aignan, France, “Benefits of the -θ/-θ? X-ray powder diffraction geometry (In-situX®) in the monitoring of crystallization in solution.”

19:00

 

Wine and cheese party


Monday 5 June

Sala Conferenze Hotel Europa - Via Cesare Boldrini, 11

8:00

 

Registration

8:30

 

Walkiria Schlindwein, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK “Continuous pharmaceutical product development: A quality by design approach.”

9:00

 

Tom Leyssens, Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium “Solution Co-crystallization and its applications.”

9:30

 

Ana Kwokal, Technology Lead / API Physical Characterisation at GSK, “Anhydrous to Hydrate and vice versa; why does it matter for pharmaceuticals and do thermodynamics of crystals relate to their nuclei?”

10:00

      

Nicholas Blagden, School of Pharmacy, Joseph Banks Laboratories, Green Lane, Lincoln, UK “Fun and Games with Leu-Leu crystallization”

10:30

 

Coffee break

11:00

 

Showcase presentation by PANalytical

11:30

 

Francesco Amadei, Senior Scientist, Early Pharmaceutics Unit, Head Analytics and Early Formulations Dept. Corporate Preclinical R&D at Chiesi Farmaceutici Spa, “Identification of crystalline forms suitable for inhalation in drug discovery.”

12:00

 

Alastair Florence, Director of the EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Continuous Manufacturing and Crystallisation (CMAC), University of Strathclyde, “Continuous crystallisation: workflows and technologies for consistent crystals.”

12:30

 

Alfred Lee, Merck Research Laboratories at Merck Sharpe & Dohme Corp., "Solvates in Chemical & Pharmaceutical Development: A Blessing or a Nuisance.”

13:00

 

Lunch

14:30

 

Oertling Heiko, Senior Scientist Flavour Science bei Nestlé, “Ionic sugar salt cocrystals.”

15:00

 

Marcus A. Neumann, Avant-garde Materials Simulation, “Organic crystal structure prediction - from fundamental research to industrial application.”

15:30

 

Alessia Bacchi Università di Parma, Dipartimento di Scienze Chimiche, della Vita e Sostenibilità Ambientale, “Liquid ingredients tamed in solid forms by cocrystallization.”

16:00

 

Coffee break

16:30

 

Showcase presentation by Mettler

17:00

 

Luc Aerts, UCB Pharma, Belgium “Hydrate forms and the questions they raise in pharmaceutical development.”

17:30

 

Ulrich Griesser, University of Innsbruck, Austria, “From Isomorphs to New Polymorphs.”

18:00

 

Poster Session


Tuesday 6 June 

Sala Conferenze Hotel Europa - Via Cesare Boldrini, 11

8:00

 

Registration

8:30

 

Enrico Modena, Luca Covello, Polycrystalline Spa, “Avoid micronization controlling PSD.” 

9:00

 

Franziska Emmerling, Scientist Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing, “In situ investigations of mechanochemical syntheses: new insights in formation pathways.” 

9:30

      

Neil George, Science and Technology Fellow at Syngenta Crop Protection, “Thermodynamics and Kinetic Considerations of Solids State Behaviour for the Control of Agrochemical Process and Product Design.”

10:00

 

Susan Bourne, Centre for Supramolecular Chemistry Research, University of Cape Town, South Africa “Supramolecular property modification as a tool to tackle the African disease burden.”

10:30

 

Coffee break

11:00

 

Showcase presentation by Malvern/Alfatest

11:30

 

Michael Lange, Physicochemical properties and solid-state selection, Site Operations-Analytics at Merck Group, “Case study of solid state selection in the pharmaceutical industry.” 

12:00

 

Teresa Duarte, Centro de Química Estrutural, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal “Polymorphic control - ionic liquids as crystallization directing agents.”

12:30

 

Philippe Ochsenbein, Researcher at Sanofi-Aventis Montpellier, France “Combining Several Methods to Solve Pharma API Crystal Structures.”

13:00 

 

Showcase presentation by Nordtest/SMS

13:30

 

Lunch

15:00

 

Joel Bernstein, Global Distinguished Professor of Chemistry at New York University Abu Dhabi and Shanghai, “Structural chemistry, fuzzy logic and the law.”

15:30

 

Ilaria Goss, Examiner Directorate at European Patent Office (EPO), “Patenting polymorphs at the European Patent Office: an insider’s view.”  

16:00

 

Jill K. MacAlpine, Partner at Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner LLP, “U.S. patent protection of crystal forms.” 

16:30

 

Coffee break and Round Table discussion: The evolution of crystal form protection – Chairman Joel Bernstein

18:00

 

Dario Braga Concluding remarks and Poster Prize

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