PSE will be sponsoring the 29th European Symposium on Computer Aided Process Engineering in Eindhoven, Netherlands. Both Dr Cristian Triana and Dr Guillermo Jimeno will attend and be able to answer your questions.

Part of the conference program, PSE will be hosting a workshop on its academic initiative called PATH – the Process Engineering Academic Teaching Highway. This workshop will first give an overview of the initiative, the material available and will then present a hands-on session focussed on applications for industry (in this case, we will introduce material on crystallization processes). The workshop will include the following elements:

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10:30 Brief introduction into PSE & gPROMS®
10:40 Overview of the PATH initiative and demonstration of the PATH material
11:20 This part of the workshop will provide attendees with an overview of the application of mechanistic modelling for a seeded cooling crystallization case.
  • Introduction to the crystallization modules within gPROMS FormulatedProducts
  • Simulation of seeded cooling crystallization process (Hands-on)
    • Flowsheeting environment
    • Manual scenario analysis of the impact of Critical Process Parameters (CPPs) on Critical Quality Attributes (CQAs)
  • Introduction to Global System Analysis for conducting uncertainty & sensitivity analyses
    • Assessing the impact of CPPs on CQAs for a cooling crystallization process (Hands-on)
12:10 Q&A
12:20 End

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Date & Time
Tuesday 18 June 2019

(Please note that only attendees of ESCAPE-29 will be able to attend this workshop)

Room Saturn of ESCAPE-29 conference venue Evoluon
Eindhoven, Netherlands

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