Enabling Technologies for Synthesis

Enabling Technologies for Synthesis

When: Friday, 28thJune, 2019

Where: Cardiff University


This 1-day event, aligned with Dial-a-Molecule Theme 2, will showcase the use of enabling technologies for chemical synthesis. Subject experts will give tutorial style lectures on flow chemistry (Prof. Ian Baxendale), mechanochemistry (Prof. Carsten Bolm), photochemistry (Dr Susannah Coote) and electrochemistry (Prof. Siegfried Waldvogel). This will be supported by short lectures from PhD students and PDRAs. There will also be a poster session and an exhibition focused on enabling technologies.

Poster Session: Posters will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis and should include the use of an enabling technology (electrochemistry, photochemistry, microwave irradiation, polymer supported reactants/reagents, mechanochemistry, flow chemistry, sonochemistry, 3D printing, automated synthesis, data capture) for synthesis.

ECR Bursaries: There will be a small number of bursaries available for early career researchers to attend this meeting. Please contact Dialamol@soton.ac.uk

Registration: Attendance at this meeting is free, but all attendees must register

Organisers: Dr. Louis Morrill, Dr. Duncan Browne and Prof. Thomas Wirth.

Confirmed Exhibitors:

Pacer       https://www.pacer.co.uk/

Retsch     https://www.retsch.com/

Asynt       https://www.asynt.com/

Ika              https://www.ika.com/en

Syrris       https://syrris.com