October 16th, Wednesday
12.00-13.30 Registration
13.30-13.40 Opening remarks
Ferenc Darvas, President, Flow Chemistry Society
13.40-14.25 L-1: Aaron Beeler- Boston UniversityTitle:New Frontiers in Flow Technology and Reaction Processes
14.25-15.00 L-2:Kerry Gilmore- Max Planck InstituteTitle:21stCentury Synthesis
15.00-15.35 L-3: Csaba Janáky- University of SzegedTitle:Valorization of Carbon-Dioxide via Continuous-flow Electrolysis
15.35-16.10 Coffee break
16.10-16.45 L-4: Siegfried Waldvogel- Johannes Gutenberg-University MainzTitle:Electrifying Organic Synthesis – The Magic Tool Flow
16.45-17.20 L-5: Greig Chisholm- University of GlasgowTitle:The Chemputer: A Universal Programmable Chemical Synthesis Robot
17.20-17.55 L-6: Simon Kuhn- University of LeuwenTitle:Intensification of continuous electrochemistry by ultrasound
18.00-20.30 Welcome reception – Ensana Thermal Hotel (Danubius Hotel)
October 17th, Thursday
8.45-9.30 L-7: Tim Noel -Eindhoven University of TechnologyTitle:Exploring new chemical territory through use of flow
9.30-10.05 L-8: Mike Organ- University of OttawaTitle:In-line Sampling and Analysis For Flow Continuous Chemical Manufacturing
10.05-10.40 L-9: Gellért Sipos- ThalesNano, Inc.Title:A Multiwavelength Photoreactor for Batch and Flow Chemistry – Development and Applications
10:40-11:10 Coffee break
11.10-11.45 L-10: Heidrun Gruber-Woelfler- Graz University of TechnologyTitle:Workflow for the Design of Customized Milli- and Microreactors including Additive Manufacturing
11.45-12.20 L-11: Dusan Boskovic- Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology ICTTitle:Flow Reaction Calorimetry and Process Spectroscopy: Modern Tools for Efficient Reaction Screening and Integrated Process Control
12:20-13:40 Lunch
13.40-15.10 Poster Session (FCS + JFC Board Meeting)
15.10-15.40 Coffee break
15.40-16.15 L-12: Adam Mccluskey -University of NewcastleTitle:Flow synthesis of cytotoxic compounds
16.15-16.50 L-13: Jean-Christophe Monbaliu- University of LiègeTitle:Ultrafast Electrophilic Hydroxylamination under Safe and Scalable Continuous Flow Conditions
16.50-17.25 L-14: Oliver Kappe- University of GrazTitle:Applications of Flow Photochemistry towards Industrial Scale Processing
17.45-17.50 Gathering for the Gala Dinner at Kamilla Lobby
18.00-20.30 Gala Dinner / Poster Award
October 18th, Friday
8.45-9.30 L-15: Mimi Hii- Imperial College LondonTitle:ROAR: Ushering in the era of data-driven chemistry (Synthesis 4.0).
9.30-10.05 L-16: Claude Bellefon- CPE LyonTitle:All You can do with Segmented Flow
10.05-10.40 L-17:Christof Aallig -Lonza Group AGTitle:Solid Handling and Flow Characterization in a Baffle-Less Oscillatory Flow Coil Reactor
10.45-11.05 Coffee break
11.05-11.30 L-18:Igor Platz- University of LjubljanaTitle:Modeling and Time Scale Analysis of Processes at the Micro Scale
11.30-11.50 L-19:Anna Śrębowata- Polish Academy of SciencesTitle:Application of continuous-flow catalytic hydrogenation in formation of value-added products
11.50-12.10 L-20:Flash Poster presentations
12.10-12.20 Closing Remarks Ferenc Darvas, President, Flow Chemistry Society
12.20-13.30 Lunch
13.30-13.50 Traveling to the Flow Chemistry University
14.00-17.00 Flow Chemistry Academy


Session 1. ØFlow Photochemistry
Session 2. ØFlow Electrochemistry
Session 3. ØEmerging: technologies, instruments, information technology and integration
Session 4. ØEmerging: chemistry, catalysis and safety
Session 5. ØIndustrial applications in East-Central Europe