Scientific Program

Conferences - PhandTA 6


"The Variety of Drug Substances in the Solid State 
and Production Pathways for their Making"
Theoretical and Experimental Aspects

Workshop I
The Characterisation of Solid State Forms
Crystalline and amorphous forms: Hydrates, solvates, hydrochlorides, salts, molecular compounds, complexes, and polymorphs thereof

Workshop II
Production Pathways from Dissolved Drug Substances into the Solid State Form
Crystallization, precipitation, freeze drying, spray drying, grinding

Workshop III
Instruments and Methods
Simultaneous and coupled techniques (e.g. TG-DTA, TG-FTIR, TG-MS), Modulated DSC, Inversed Gaschromatography, spectroscopical methods, such as Raman-Microscopy, X-ray as function of temperature and atmosphere, ATR-IR


Spectroscopy of Slow Mobility in Pharmaceuticals: Modulated Calorimetry vs Dielectric
M. Descamps

Coupled Methods: TG-MS, TG-FTIR, TG-GC-MS
E. Kaisersberger

Raman in the Pharmaceutical Industry; Applications of Raman Spectroscopy for Reactions Monitoring, Polymorph Studies, Hydrogenation, Grinard Reactions.
B. Lenain

Solid State Characterization of Drug Substances
E. Marti, E. Kaisersberger

Calibration of Calorimeters, Thermobalances....
E. Marti

Modulated DSC quo vadis?
E. Marti

Supersonic: a new Setaram TG-DSC-MS Coupling Technique
R. Naumann, M. Giordano

Thermal Behaviour of alpha-lactose Monohydrate as a Function of Pre-Treatments
S. Petit

Crystal Growth and Structural Investigations
S. Petit

Thermal Analysis, Benefits for the Pharmaceutical and other Industries by using a dedicated Software
W. Surer

Freeze Drying Process Control: Critical Factors in Manometric Temperature Measurement
M. Pikal

How many Amorphous Forms exist for a Organic Substance?
T. Threllfall

Light and FTIR Microscopy of Pharmaceutical Materials using a Controlled Humidity Stage
D.R.  Williams

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