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Oral presentation guidelines can be found here.

Poster presentation guidelines can be found here.

Late-breaking posters

We are now accepting late-breaking poster abstracts.   The submission deadline is 31st July 2023 (although we may have to close submission earlier if we are inundated, as we only have limited space for posters) and notifications will be sent by mid-August.   Abstracts can only be submitted as posters.

Abstracts may be submitted under one of the following themes:

1. Crystallization fundamentals

  • Crystal nucleation (primary & secondary, agglomeration & breakage, crystal growth

  • Crystal product quality: crystal structure, crystal size distribution, morphology, purity

  • Linking the crystallization phenomena across compound classes: small organic molecules, proteins, metal organic frameworks, inorganics & more

 2. New materials & products

  • New (bio)pharmaceuticals, materials for energy storage, functional (nano)materials, sustainability

  • Solid state forms, complex multicomponent systems & constructs, pharmaceutical formulation

 3. Advances in industrial crystallization processes

  • Continuous manufacturing, process intensifcation & integration, new crystallizers & crystallization methods

  • Complex multicomponent systems: impurity rejection, chiral resolution & deracemization, mechanochemistry & more

 4. Sustainable crystallization technologies

  • Chemical recycling, polymer recycling, battery materials and recycling, carbon capture

 5. Process modelling, design & control & digital design

  • Process analytical tools, modeling over all length scales, control strategies, digital design strategies, machine learning

The body of the abstract should be a maximum of 300 words of text.  If you would like to add supporting information in addition to your abstract text, such as figures, images or tables, there is an option to upload a PDF file.

A maximum of two abstracts will be accepted per presenting author.

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