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AIChE 2011 Call for Papers Includes Crystallization

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AIChE 2011 Call for Papers Includes Crystallization

Press release date: April 6, 2011

METTLER TOLEDO will sponsor several 2011 AIChE Annual Meeting Separations Division (02) sessions to help companies learn to better control crystallization conditions, improve cycle times and optimize product quality. One session co-chaired by METTLER TOLEDO's Terry Redman, "PAT for Crystallization Development and Manufacturing," is currently accepting papers on Process Analytical Technologies, or PAT, for crystallization process development. Papers must be submitted by May 2, 2011. The AIChE Annual Meeting will be held October 16-21, 2011 at the Minneapolis Convention Center, Minneapolis, MN. Separations Division sessions promise to deliver timely information on characterizing crystallization processes for improved results. Submitted PAT papers may include various spectroscopy (FTIR, NIR, Raman), particle size and counting techniques (FBRM, PVM), as well as other online or inline monitoring or sensing techniques. Novel approaches and methodologies to drive crystallization development are of particular interest. Additional sessions sponsored by the METTLER TOLEDO Crystallization and Evaporation group in the Separations Division (02) include Crystallization of Pharmaceutical and Biological Molecules (Marina Tsianou and Christopher Burcham); Advances and Case Studies in Crystallization and Post-Crystallization Processing (Derek Griffin and Bruce Hook); and Particle Formulation and Crystallization Processes from Liquids, Slurries and Emulsions (Ranjit Thakur and Seth Huggins). For a more complete preliminary list of Separations Division (02) sessions, or to submit abstracts to the AIChE online, visit www.aiche.org. For more on METTLER TOLEDO crystallization and PAT solutions, visit www.mt.com/crystallization About the AIChE Annual Meeting
The 2011 American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Annual Meeting is the premier educational forum for chemical engineers interested in innovation and professional growth. The preliminary program for the 2011 AIChE Annual Meeting is now available online. A wide range of subjects relevant to latest research and newest technologies in emerging growth areas will be covered. For more, or to submit a paper, visit www.aiche.org.

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