CPAC ROME WORKSHOPS 2009

March 23-25, 2009

Co-hosted with Philippe Caze, Corning Inc., Volker Hessel, IMM, Germany, and Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands, and Paul Watts, (CPACT) University of Hull, United Kingdom

Organized by Brian Marquardt, Applied Physics Laboratory (APL), Mel Koch, CPAC, University of Washington, and Ray Chrisman, Atodyne, USA\

Special Thanks to the following:

Benefactor ($5,000-$10,000)

Corning Inc.

  Benefactor ($1,000-$5,000)

Applied Physics Laboratory, UW
A.R.T. Photonics GmbH
Corporate Foundations & Relations, UW
E.I.F.
Institute for Microtechnology Mainz (IMM)
Kaiser Optical Systems Europe
National Nanotechnology Laboratory, Lecce, Italy
Real-Time Analysis
Rollo's Agro Enterprises

Supporters ($500-$1,000)

Anonymous Donor

 

Micro-Reactors and Micro-Analytical Workshop (with an Emphasis on Bio-Systems)

Monday, March 23  - CPAC Satellite Meeting, University of Washington (UW) Rome Center, Rome, Italy

12:30

Meeting Registration Opens - UW Rome Center

1:00

Welcome:  Jean Preston, U.S. Embassy, Italy

Introduction: Brian Marquardt and Mel Koch, University of Washington, USA

13:15

Plenary Presentation: Process Developments and Industrial Production using Corning Advanced Flow Reactor
Frank Schmidt and Philippe Caze, Corning, France

13:55

Plenary Presentation: Sustainable Energy Technology - Ethanol Steam Reforming as Hydrogen Source for Fuel Cells
Jochen Schuerer, Gunther Kolb, and Volker Hessel, Institut for Mikrotechnik Mainz GmbH, Germany and Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands

14:35

Plenary Presentation: Simulated Moving Bed (SMB) Technologies
Linda Wang, Purdue University, USA

15:15

Break

15:45

Participant Introductions

16:00

Teflon-Like Coatings for Micro Devices - Radiochemistry on chip "ROC"
Monica Bianco, National Nanotechnology Laboratory, CNR INFM , Lecce, Italy

16:40

The Impact of New Technology on PAT for Achieving Quality by Design (QbD)
Ray Chrisman, Atodyne and UW, and Mel Koch, CPAC, University of Washington, USA

17:20

Review of Today's Topics and Preparing for Tuesday's Program
Ray Chrisman, Mel Koch, and Brian Marquardt

18:00-20:00

CPAC Reception 'con Apertivo', Director's Apartment, UW Rome Center, UW, USA

Tuesday, March 24 - CPAC Satellite Meeting, UW Rome Center, Italy

9:00

From Research To Commercialization: How To Do It Faster
George Keller, MATRIC Research, USA presented by Ray Chrisman, UW

9:30

Quality by Design (QbD) - Facilitating Real Time Release (RTR): Practical Challenges and Opportunities during RTR Implementation
Carl Longfellow, Wyeth, USA

10:00

Chemical Process Redesign to Meet European REACH Compliance
Keith Pauley, MATRIC Research, USA presented by Mel Koch, CPAC, UW

10:30

Break

11:00

Raman Spectroscopy - A Valuable Tool for PAT Applications
Bruno Lenain, Kaiser Optical Systems Europe, France

11:30

Miniaturized Wireless Sensing Technology for Process Monitoring
Brian Otis, Electrical Engineering, UW, USA

12:05

Lunch in Ristorante da Pancrazio located in the Palazzo Pio

14:30

Characterization of Vapochromic Sensors
Charles W. Branham, Chemistry, UW, Brian Marquardt, APL, UW, Kari McGee and Kent Mann, University of Minnesota, USA

15:00

Miniature Fluorimeter
William Nelson, Independent Researcher, USA

15:30

Fiber Optic Based Spectroscopy for Mid-Range IR for Process Control in Micro-Analytics
Viacheslav Artyushenko, Fibre Photonics Ltd., Germany and Scotland

16:00

Break

16:30

Rapid Screening and Process Analysis of Bio-products using Raman Spectroscopy
Brian Marquardt and Wes Thompson, Applied Physics Lab (APL), University of Washington, USA with Rick Gustafson, Renata Bura, and Shannon Ewanick, Forest Resources, UW, USA

17:00

Review of Today's Topics and Preparation for Wednesday's Program: Ray Chrisman, Mel Koch, and Brian Marquard

18:00-20:00

CPAC Reception 'con Apertivo', Director's Apartment, UW Rome Center, co-hosted with Corporate Relations and Development, UW, USA

Wednesday, March 25 - CPAC Satellite Meeting, UW Rome Center, Italy

9:00

Introduction to Wednesday Sessions
Mel Koch, CPAC Executive Directo

9:10

Combining Analytical Sensors and New Sampling/Sensor Initiative (NeSSI™) to Improve Process Understanding
Brian Marquardt, Applied Physics Lab, Charles Branham, CPAC, UW and Kent Mann, University of Minnesota, USA

9:40

Real-Time On-Line Density Analysis of Gas and Liquid Hydrocarbons Using Smart Microsystems - Application to Process Intensification
Franck Baco-Antoniali, IFP-Lyon, France

10:10

Developments in Micro Sampling Solutions
Michel Josseau, EIF, France

10:40

Break

11:10

Summarize Flip Chart Conclusions, Discussion Sections, and Develop Action Items
Ray Chrisman, Mel Koch, and Brian Marquard

12:00

CPAC Meeting concludes