The 2nd Edition of the Graduate Textbook on Flow Chemistry will be launched in October 2021

The textbook constitutes an updating of the highly successful first edition of Flow Chemistry. It recognises the worldwide uptake of continuous flow technologies and its impact on modern synthesis programs. The two volumes takes the reader through the fundamentals and equipment availability to the principles of reaction design, control and analysis and on to aspects downstream processing towards a wide range of applications leading to a future vision for the area. The work is suitable for both those new to Flow Chemistry and also for and those wishing to gain further expertise while advancing their skillset. The aim is to inspire new synthesis practices for the betterment of all who are involved in the assembly of our functional materials.

Editors:

Dr. Ferenc Darvas is an Associate professor at the Florida International University Miami, Fellow of the American Chemical Society with 30 years of experience in microfluidics/flow chemistry methodologies. Current research interest is in space chemistry. Founder and President of the Flow Chemistry Society.

Prof. György Dormán is a Honorary Professor at University of Szeged, and a consultant of InnoStudio Inc./Thalesnano Inc. He holds many research positions in pharma industry and academic institutes, member of the editorial board of numerous journals.

Prof. Volker Hessel studied chemistry at Mainz University/D and is Deputy Dean (Research) and Professor at the University of Adelaide/AUS. He develops continuous-flow process concepts as well as their applications and sustainability assessment.

Prof. Steven V. Ley is a professor of chemistry at the University of Cambridge (UK) with 50 years of experience in synthetic organic chemistry. Current research interests are in Flow Chemistry and greater sustainability through machine enabled processes.

From the Contents:

Vol.1.

  • Designed for students and learners in chemistry and chemical engineering
  • Flow chemistry has set new industrial standard in continuous pharmaceutical and chemical manufacturing
  • Informs about fundamentals of flow chemistry to reveal its disruptive nature

Vol.2.

  • Designed for students and learners in chemistry and chemical engineering
  • Flow chemistry has set new industrial standard in continuous pharmaceutical and chemical manufacturing
  • Informs about the capability of flow chemistry to transform real-world application capability

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2018 IUPAC-ThalesNano Prize in Flow Chemistry

2018 IUPAC-ThalesNano Prize in Flow Chemistry

The recipient of the 2018 IUPAC – ThalesNano Prize in Flow Chemistry is Professor C. Oliver Kappe (University of Graz). The Award will be presented at the Award Ceremony during IMRET 2018, the 15th International Conferences on MicroREaction Technology (October 21-24, 2018) in Karlsruhe, Germany on October 21st at 19.00 pm.

2016 IUPAC-ThalesNano Prize in Flow Chemistry

2016 IUPAC-ThalesNano Prize in Flow Chemistry

The recipient of the 2016 IUPAC – ThalesNano Prize in Flow Chemistry is Professor Volker Hessel (TU/e – Eindhoven University of Technology). The Award will be presented at the Award Ceremony during IMRET14, the 14th International Conferences on MicroREaction Technology (September 12-14, 2016) in Beijing, China on September 14th at 10.20 am, where Professor Hessel will present his award lecture.

2014 IUPAC-ThalesNano Prize in Flow Chemistry

2014 IUPAC-ThalesNano Prize in Flow Chemistry

The recipient of the 2014 IUPAC – ThalesNano Prize in Flow Chemistry was the University of Cambridge professor Steven V. Ley for his outstanding contribution and creative work in methodologies for organic synthesis, especially in multi-step synthesis in continuous flow chemistry reactor systems.