Opening lecture: Overview of drying in the pharmaceuticals industry and range of technical challenges encountered by Ian Kemp (GlaxoSmithKline, UK)
A few keynote lectures are scheduled by leading scientists from Academia and Industry.
In addition to sessions traditionally present, Drying of materials (including paper and textiles), Freeze-drying, Measuring and control in drying sessions are planned.
A special event and session on Drying in art and for the Cultural Heritage protection will be organised.
Following the positive experience of previous EuroDrying Conference, a Special Industrial Session and a round table discussion will be organised.
The first EFCE Excellence Award in Drying & Freeze-drying (https://efce.info/ExcellenceAwardDrying.html) will be presented at the 7th European Symposium to be held in Torino, sponsored by Criofarma.
The EFCE presents a biennial Excellence Award to recognise a PhD thesis published in the preceding three-year period. The award is presented to researchers or engineers in the early stage of their careers, who have made excellent contributions to Drying & Freeze-drying in the process industries.
PhD theses published between 1 January 2016 and 31 December 2018 may be nominated for evaluation, with a closing date of 31 March 2019.
Nominations may be submitted by:
Application must be submitted on the dedicated EFChE web site. The call and application form are available here.
An extract of the call can be download here.
|The best poster will be awarded by Danone Nutricia Research, continuing the tradition from previous EuroDrying conferences.|
A new award is launched. The best paper (oral or poster) presented in the new section Drying in art and for the Cultural Heritage protection will be awarded by Prodoc
Other prizes are planned for the best scientific presentations and to facilitate the participation from developing country; the website will be updated as soon as sponsorships will be available.