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Bluefactory Fribourg

Passage du Cardinal 13B

1700 Fribourg

Switzerland

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Instrumat Technology Update Seminar : Microfluidizer Processor for Biopharmaceutical


Thursday February, 15th 2018

9:00 - 15:45

at the blueFACTORY, Passage du Cardinal 13B - Fribourg


This day meeting will give participants an overview of the unique features of Microfluidizers for (1) cell lysis, (2) nano-emulsions and liposomes especially when further sterile filtration is required. New applications such as polymer nanoparticles and pickering emulsions will also be

PROGRAM

09:00 - Welcoming
09:10 - Presentation Microfluidics, Instrumat, SICHH
09:30 - Microfluidizers Technology
10:15 - Coffee / networking / mails check break
10:45 - Microfluidizers Technology, sweet spot applications
11:15 - Visit SICHH platforms
11:45 - Lunch
13:15 - Processing squalene nanoemulsion, characterization using ZetaSizer Nano ZSP
14:15 - Processing baker yeast, characterization using microscopy
14:30 - Presentation of recommended characterization tools (ZetaSizer Nano, Kinexus, MasterSizer 3000)
15:15 - Wrap-up networking
15:45 - End of the day

SPEAKERS

Christina Schneider studied mineral processing at RWTH Aachen in Germany and obtained her Engineering Degree in mineral processing. After a short period as researcher at RWTH Aachen, she joined Microfluidics in 1999. Since 2000 in sales department, she is now regional sales manager responsible for eastern EMEA.

Dr. François Maystre received his PhD in physics from the University of Neuchâtel and worked for several years at the central analytical research of Ciba-Geigy in Basel. Since 1998, he has been involved in applications and training for Malvern material characterization instrumentation.

Dr. Daniel Palomino received his PhD in Environemental Sciences from the University of Geneva. After a short trip on the solar boat Planetsolar, he decided to come back to reality and joined Intrumat team as sales engineer in 2013. Since 2015, he is the Sales and Application Specialist for techniques such as DLS, NTA, GPC/SEC, Microcal ITC/DSC.

Dr. Jean-Marc Brunner obtained his PhD in 2009 where his research focused on the pathologies in the central nervous system induced by canine distemper virus. Jean-Marc is a co-founder of SICHH, bringing over 10 years of experience in research within Switzerland's top universities. He is at the heart of academical innovation and maintains excellent contacts with all industrial actors.

REGISTRATION FORM

The meeting will be free and limited to 20 participants. Will be accepted on a first come - first served basis.

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