Closing event

The AMPTEC cluster partners have the pleasure of inviting you to their closing AMPTEC event: Research and Training Seminars on June 25th at the University of Lille1 campus in Villeneuve d’ascq (France). This event aims to bring together participants from academia and industry involved in interdisciplinary materials science and pharmacy activities. It will be organized in two half-day sessions:

  • Morning session: Training seminars devoted to the experimental methods suitable for the preparation and characterization of pharmaceutical materials.

  • Afternoon session: Research seminars that will focus on presenting recent developments in the field, especially those obtained in the framework of the AMPTEC cluster.

The seminars are open to scientists and technical staff from academia and from industry and scientifically interested members of the general public. Master’s and PhD students are encouraged to attend. In order to enable young scientists to participate in the conference, it will be free to attend. To register, please send your name and institution details to: scheherazade.boudaoud@univ-lille1.fr

The AMPTEC 2015 closing event will be held at the POLYTECH Engineering School at the University of Lille1 campus in Villeneuve d’ascq, France.



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The programme of the event is available here (pdf)(external link)


PROGRAMME

 

8:30-9:00 Registration

9:00-9:10 Welcome

9:10-9:35 Y. Karrout “Film coating”

9:35-10:00 S. Qi “Multiscale characterisation toolset for the structural and performance analysis of solid dosage forms”

10:00-10:25 A. Hédoux “Using low-frequency Raman spectroscopy for structural description of disordered and complex molecular systems”

10:25-10:50 Coffee break

10:50-11:15 J. Doucet “X-ray tomography reveals the inner microstructure of tablets”

11:15-11:40 J.-F. Wilart “Mechanical Milling: a useful tool to control the physical state of pharmaceutical materials”

11:40-12:05 D. Craig “Electrospinning and pressure gyration manufacturing methods”

12:05-14:00 Lunch break – Buffet

14:00-14:25 M. Descamps “The physical state of pharmaceuticals”

14:25-14:50 F. Affouard “Molecular Modeling : the microscopic to macroscopic gap”

14:50-15:15 J. Siepmann “Polymeric dosage forms aiming at improved fenofibrate bioavailability”

15:15-15:40 Coffee break

15:40-16:05 M. Eddleston “Stabilising cocrystals within lipid/polymer extrudates”

16:05-16:30 D. Douroumis “PAT tools for Hot Melt Extrusion processing”

16:30-16:55 A. Hertault “Evaluation of the in vitro and in vivo active stents”



8:30-9:00 Registration

9:00-9:10 Welcome

9:10-9:35 Y. Karrout “Film coating”

9:35-10:00 S. Qi “Multiscale characterisation toolset for the structural and performance analysis of solid dosage forms”

10:00-10:25 A. Hédoux “Using low-frequency Raman spectroscopy for structural description of disordered and complex molecular systems”

10:25-10:50 Coffee break

10:50-11:15 J. Doucet “X-ray tomography reveals the inner microstructure of tablets”

11:15-11:40 J.-F. Wilart “Mechanical Milling: a useful tool to control the physical state of pharmaceutical materials”

11:40-12:05 D. Craig “Electrospinning and pressure gyration manufacturing methods”

12:05-14:00 Lunch break – Buffet

14:00-14:25 M. Descamps “The physical state of pharmaceuticals”

14:25-14:50 F. Affouard “Molecular Modeling : the microscopic to macroscopic gap”

14:50-15:15 J. Siepmann “Polymeric dosage forms aiming at improved fenofibrate bioavailability”

15:15-15:40 Coffee break

15:40-16:05 M. Eddleston “Stabilising cocrystals within lipid/polymer extrudates”

16:05-16:30 D. Douroumis “PAT tools for Hot Melt Extrusion processing”

16:30-16:55 A. Hertault “Evaluation of the in vitro and in vivo active stents”


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