Introduction to NETZSCH Instruments for Pharmaceutical Thermal Analysis and Testing

An overview of the methods of thermal analysis facilitating Research & Development, scale-up process safety and quality control - SEMINAR FREE OF CHARGE

Date City Country
08 Nov 2019 Edison, NJ United States Register

What are the topics?

  • Live Demo of Differential Scanning Calorimetry
  • Introduction to NETZSCH Kinetics Neo (Our Cutting-edge Software used to analyze chemical processes)

Who's invited?

Industrial and Academic Professionals Interested in Thermal Analysis Techniques and Theory Specific to Pharmaceutical Applications such as

  • Analysis and Determination of API Polymorphism
  • Eutectic Purity Analysis
  • Thermal Stability and Shelf Life Testing

Where does the seminar take place?

Hilton Garden Inn Edison/Raritan Center

50 Raritan Center Parkway, Edison, New Jersey, 08837, USA

phone: +1-732-225-0900

fax: +1-732-692-1561

Further information...

This is an All Day event (8:30 AM to 4 PM) with Lunch and Coffee Breaks to stimulate Discussions.

For more information and to reserve your spot at the event please send email (Subject = Seminar) to Daniel.vanNess‎@‎netzsch.com

Seminar Agenda:

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08:30 Registration
09:00 Welcome and introduction of NETZSCH Analyzing & Testing
09:30 Requirements in the Pharmaceutical Industry
10:00 Thermal Techniques for Pharmaceutical R&D and Quality Control in Detail – Part 1
DSC, including Live Demo, Sample Preparation and Measurement
In between Coffee break
 

Continuation of Thermal Techniques – DSC

11:45 What are the Benefits of Characterizing Pharmaceuticals by Means of Thermal Analysis?
12:15 Purity Determination
12:45 Lunch
13:45 Sample Evaluation, AutoEvaluation, Identify & SuperPosition
14:15 Getting First Information about the Compatibility Between Mixture Components
14:45 Thermal Techniques for Pharmaceutical R&D and Quality Control in Detail – Part 2
TGA
15:15 Thermal Stability, Scale-up and Associated Shelf Life
16:00 Farewell