Tuesday, 19 March 2013 14:48
The Compaction Simulation Forum (CSF2013), a follow-up to the successful CSF launch in Boston last November, will take place in Cambridge, UK on 4-5 June 2013. The Program Committee is currently finalising the scientific program but the following keynote speakers are already confirmed: Dr. James Elliott University of Cambridge Dr. I.C. Sinka University of Leicester Dr. Alberto Cuitino Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey The full program will be announced shortly. For more details please see the attached brochure.
Friday, 01 February 2013 14:06
The Institute of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics in Düsseldorf is looking for PhD candidates. Research will focus on the impact of powder properties & system design on roll compaction (ESR2) and roll compaction scale-up (ESR3). Vacancies are now open and we are looking for energetic candidates with research interests in either particle technology, pharmaceutical technology, computer modeling, DEM, FEM, artificial neuralnetworks, evolutionary computation or computational intelligence to join this exciting research training network to work on one of the projects. If you are interested in applying, please email your CV & a cover letter stating which project(s) you are interested to…
Wednesday, 09 January 2013 15:07
The next Annual Symposium of the PSSRC will take place in Lille, France. There will be an open day on Friday, 5 July 2013 on Advanced Characterization methods for Solid Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms. Speakers include Prof. Thomas Rades, Prof. Guy van den Mooter, Prof. Marc Descamp, Prof. Niiklas Sandler, Dr. Clare Strachan, Dr. Mick Mantle, Dr. Axel Zeitler, Prof. Jukka Rantanen, Prof. Thomas De Beer, Prof. Anette Muellertz, Prof. Juergen Siepmann, and Prof. Joerg Breitkreutz. Please follow the link for further details. www.apgi.org/pssrc_2013
Monday, 20 February 2012 15:16
Call for contributions - submit an abstract up to 9 March 2012 The research within pharmaceutical sciences is rapidly progressing, with activities in both industry and academy becoming more globalized. We are facing an obvious need for new types of communication within our scientific community. Sciforum.net electronic conferences provide a platform for fast and innovative exchange of the latest research findings, with no limitations related to travelling. The Electronic Conference on Pharmaceutical Sciences 2012 (ECPS 2012) will cover topics which are of timely interest in the pharmaceutical sciences. There are six sections for which submissions are invited, with the possibility…