8 September 2020

Digital design of chemical processes

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SCI and proudly supported by the Chemistry Council Innovation Committee

Online Webinar 14.00 – 15.30 (BST)

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Chemical reactions are largely predictable if the underlying science is thoroughly understood, but multi-step reactions and complex reaction mixtures can make modelling and control problematic.  The use of sensors to measure physical and chemical properties can provide important data on processes that enable fine control to maximise reproducibility, productivity and resilience.  Additionally, the reaction sequences can be modelled to optimise an existing process or ensure that a new one is introduced at maximum efficiency.

This will be the second webinar in a new series on digital design, which will explore the development journey for chemical products – focussing on the enabling technologies which are most critical for increasing productivity in chemistry-using businesses, both now and in the future.


Attendance at this webinar series is welcomed from scientists and engineers in industry and academia with experience in developing and implementing digital solutions, as well as researchers and technology directors with an interest in leveraging new technologies to increase productivity in their organisation.

Welcome and introduction
Dr Will Barton OBE, Non-Executive Chairman, Oxford Biotrans & Director, NiTech Solutions
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Duffield, Chemical Engineer, GSK
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