29-30 June 2015 (Mon-Tues)
Venue: Sir Robert Hadfield Building, Chemical & Biological Engineering Department, Portobello Street, Sheffield, UK (map).
Prior to the conference there will be a 2-day Granulation Course. Led by experts from the pharmaceutical, food, and detergent industries, this course is designed for you if you work in industrial granulation or are a PhD student. The Course will comprise a 'hands-on' granulation experience as well as a variety of lectures in order to explain the current challenges facing the granulation community.
The cost for attending the Course is £350. To register for the course please click here. Please complete the registration forms and then they will be added to your shopping basket.
The Granulation Course will begin with registration at 8:00 - 8:50 am (Monday 29th June 2015) just inside the Robert Hadfield building (Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering) on the ground floor (map). The program is expected to finish at 17:30 on each day.
|1. Introduction||Prof. Agba Salman, University of Sheffield|
|2. Introduction to Granulation||Prof. Gavin Reynolds, AstraZeneca|
|3. Wet High Shear Granulation Regime Map||Dr Ian Gabbott, AstraZeneca|
|4. Batch granulation: Process and Formulation Variables||Prof. Agba Salman, University of Sheffield|
|5. Continuous Processing in the Pharmaceutical Industry||Claire Tridon, GSK|
|6. Material Science for Powders||Dr Gerhard Niederreiter, Nestle Research|
|7. Product & Process Design||Dr Dave Doughty, Hallidex|
|8. Measuring, Analysing and Modelling Particle Size||Prof. Gavin Reynolds, AstraZeneca|
|1. Roller compaction||Mr Manfred Felder, Alexanderwerk|
|2. Extrusion: Spheronisation||Dr Csaba Sinka, University of Leicester|
|3. Batch Granulation||Dr Bob Sochon, GSK
Ms Sonja Jeßberger, EIRICH GmbH & Co KG
|4. Tabletting||Dr Vikram Chouk, Addivant Global Technology|
|5. Finished product characterisation||Dr YuenSin Cheong, P&G|
|6. Continuous granulation||Mr Riyadh Al-Asady, University of Sheffield
Mr Mohammed Saleh, University of Sheffield