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The Formulation Science and Technology Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry is excited to be organising Formula X - Understand, Formulate, Innovate in Manchester, following on from the first Formula in Asia, Formula IX - Multiscale Structures and Functionalities for Future Formulation which happened Beijing in October 2017.  The first Formula conference was held in 1987, 31 years later Formula X will continue the tradition of bringing together the best industrial and academic science and engineering which are accelerating the application of formulation across Europe.

The conference theme of "Understand, Formulate, Innovate" highlights the direction of travel for the formulating industries where more research and development is now aimed at developing the understanding before formulation occurs, which is driving new types of innovation.  While traditional formulation science research is still important it is now being applied to more and more complex formulations, and even for the most complex formulation digital techniques are being used to limit the formulation space that needs to be explored.  Formula X will once again cover a broad range of formulating industries and the domain specific understanding which is key to successful formulation will be continue to a focus, the session chairs will also be tasked with highlighting cross-domain learning.

Formula X will commence at 2pm on Monday 24th June and formally end with lunch at 2pm on Thursday 27th, the organising committee are looking forward to welcoming you to Manchester in June.

Plenary Speakers:
Professor Ijeoma F. Uchegbu - Chair in Pharmaceutical Nanoscience, School of Pharmacy, University College London
Dr Véronique Schmitt - CNRS Centre de Recherche Paul Pascal, Bordeaux
Valeria Garbin - Department of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London
Professor Ricky Wildman - Centre for Additive Manufacture, University of Nottingham

Themes:
Emulsions and Suspensions - Chair - Cecil Pagnoux
Coatings and Films - Chair: Simon Gibbon
Characterisation - Chair: Helen Ryder
Formulation of Nanomaterials - Chair: Flor Siperstein
Processing and Scale-up - Co-Chairs: Tom Rodgers / Claudio Fonte

Organising Committee
Dr Flor Siperstein - The University of Manchester
Dr Helen Ryder - The University of Manchester
Professor Simon Gibbon - AkzoNobel R&D / RSC FSTG

International Scientific Advisory Board
Petra Allef, Evonik
Alain Durand, SCF-Groupe Fonnulation, Univeristy of Lorraine
Ulla Elofsson, SP
Jordi Esquena, IQAC-CSIC / GECI
Malcolm Faers, Bayer
Andreas Forster, Decbema
Sirnon Gibbon, FSTG-RSC / AkzoNobel R&D
Cecile Pagnoux, SCF/ University of Limoges / ENSCI-CNRS
Frank Runge. BASF
Bernd Sachweh, BASF
Flor Siperstein, FSTG-RSC / The University of Manchester
Gordon Tiddy, The University of Manchester / RSC

Local Organising Committee

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Ecoform 2013 is a technical conference aimed to promote the exchange of information and experience among scientists and other professionals working in the field of green chemistry and formulation.

Programme will include a number of talks from invited experts from industry and academia and a selection from submitted abstracts. The speaker list includes;

Supercritical Water - Jawwad Darr (King’s College London)

Microwave processing – Vitaliy Khutoryanskiy (University of Reading)

Green chemistry - Peter Dunn (Pfizer)

Supercritical CO2 – Vivek Trivedi (University of Greenwich)

Ultrasonics – Timothy Mason (Coventry University)

Radiation Technology – Janusz M. Rosiak (Technical University of Łódź)

 

Important dates

Abstract submission: 01 March 2013

Early bird deadline: 01 May 2013

 

An event organised by the Formulation Science and Technology Group (FSTG) of RSC and the University of Greenwich in association with RSC Sonochemistry and Industrial Physical Chemistry group

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