SPICA 2012 - International Symposium on Preparative and Industrial Chromatography and Allied Techniques

  • Event Website: http://www.spica2012.org/
  • Event Date: 30 September 2012 to 03 October 2012
  • Event Type: Conference
  • Venue: Brussels, Belgium

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This event will cover both the purification of small molecules as well as biomolecules. During the latest events, the shared knowledge of these communities created synergies and fruitful discussions that will also be promoted during the next event.


SPICA offers an excellent mix of people from industry and academia, with a nice opportunity to learn on the latest trends in the field of preparative and industrial Chromatography and Allied Techniques.

During the symposium, the 3 days sessions will present the latest innovations as well as the industrial trends at development and production scales. The covered topics will range from process development to industrial applications of the purification techniques. The latest advances in process modelling and innovative processes (ie. multicolumn technologies) will be highlighted, keeping the regulatory, environmental and economic aspects into consideration. The evolution of the stationary phases will also be part of the program as well as the latest trends in membrane, extraction and other purification technologies.


Topics

  • Evolution of the Stationary Phases
  • From Process Development to Industrial Applications of the Purification Techniques
  • Latest Advances in Process Modelling and Innovative Processes
  • Latest Trends in Membrane, Extraction and other Purification Technologies
  • Purification of small Molecules and Biomolecules


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