Our CREATE Annual Symposium

Join Us for the Next Annual Symposium!


As part of its added value training, the CREATE-CFS program organizes a one-day annual symposium dedicated to new advances in continuous flow science (CFS). CREATE professors will teach short courses on basic training as well as advanced techniques in CFS developed in their own laboratories. Addressed research themes include applications of CFS in engineering, analytical chemistry and synthesis and aim to enhance students' knowledge and encourage them to explore new areas of activity outside their comfort zone. Participation is mandatory for all CREATE members.

Register before September 1, 2016

 


Location and Time

Université de Montréal, J. A. Bombardier Building, Room 1035, September 16, 2016


Invited Speaker

Hawkins
JOEL HAWKINS
Senior Scientist
Pfizer Global R&D


Invited Professors

Lebel
HÉLÈNE LEBEL
Organic Chemistry Professor
Univ. Montréal

Patience
GREGORY PATIENCE
Chemical Engineering Professor
École Polytechnique

Vallee-Belisle
ALEXIS VALLÉE-BÉLISLE
Bioorganic Chemistry Professor
Univ. Montréal

 

Scientific Program

Time Speaker Topic
08:30 a - 09:00 a WELCOME CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
09:00 a OPENING REMARKS  (André Charette)
9:05 a - 10:05 a Hélène Lebel, Univ. Montréal
(Introduction : J. Santandrea)
Continuous Flow in Transition Metal-Catalyzed Reactions
10:05 a - 10:25 a Pauline Rullière, Univ. Montréal
(Introduction : J. Santandrea)
Development of Diazo Transfer Processes Under Scalable Continuous Conditions
10:25 a - 10:45 a Cynthia Crifar, Univ. Montréal
(Introduction : J. Santandrea)
A "Flow-mage" to the Heumann Reaction
10:45 a - 11:00 a COFFEE BREAK
11:00 a - 12:00 p Gregory Patience, Polytechnique
(Introduction : D. Carnevali)
Industrial Research and Collaboration
12:00 p - 1:30 p LUNCH BREAK AND POSTER SESSION (list available)
1:30 p - 1:50 p Eric Mielke, Univ. Ottawa
(Introduction : D. Carnevali)
Fluid Dynamics of Continuous Flow Microreactors
1:50 p - 3:05 p Joel Hawkins, Pfizer
(Introduction : V. Kairouz)
Flow Chemistry for Pharmaceutical Synthesis
3:05 p - 3:20 p COFFEE BREAK
3:20 p - 4:20 p Alexis Vallée-Bélisle, Univ. Montréal
(Introduction : H.-P. Poirier-Richard)
DNA Chemistry: Applications in Nanotechnology and Medicine
4:20 p - 4:40 p Khalil Heileman, McGill Univ.
(Introduction : H.-P. Poirier-Richard)
Monitoring Cells and Tissues in vitro with Dielectric Spectroscopy
4:40 p CLOSING REMARKS  (Shawn Collins)

Location and Time

Université de Montréal, J. A. Bombardier Building, Room 1035, September 25, 2015


Invited Speaker

LC Campeau
LOUIS-CHARLES CAMPEAU
Director, Process Chemistry
Merck Research Laboratories


Invited Professors

Arturo Macchi
ARTURO MACCHI
Chemical Engineering Professor
Univ. Ottawa

Andre Charette
ANDRÉ CHARETTE
Organic Chemistry Professor
Univ. Montréal

Shawn Collins
SHAWN COLLINS
Organic Chemistry Professor
Univ. Montréal

JF Masson
JEAN-FRANÇOIS MASSON
Analytical Chemistry Professor
Univ. Montréal

 

Scientific Program

Time Speaker Topic
8:30 a - 9:15 a André Charette, Univ. Montréal Synthesis of Reactive Intermediates in Flow - Part 1 (PDF available)
9:15 a - 10:00 a Shawn Collins, Univ. Montréal Synthesis of Reactive Intermediates in Flow - Part 2 (PDF available)
10:00 a - 10:15 a COFFEE BREAK
10:15 a - 11:30 a Arturo Macchi, Univ. Ottawa From Batch to Continuous Chemical Synthesis - A toolbox Approach
11:30 a - 1:00 p LUNCH BREAK
1:00 p - 2:30 p Louis-Charles Campeau, Merck & Co. Catalysis and Automation Laboratory: Solving Problems in Drug Discovery and Development
2:30 p - 3:00 p COFFEE BREAK
3:00 p - 4:00 p Jean-François Masson, Univ. Montréal Molecular Transport During Reactions with Surface Bound Reagents (PDF available)
4:15 p END OF DAY

 

There was no CREATE-CFS annual symposium in 2014-2015.