PROGRAM

15th Annual Meeting

Day 1: Wednesday, June 16, 2021

NZ 19:00

UK 08:00

CET 09:00

Finland 10:00

OPENING AND WELCOME REMARKS

NZ 19:10

UK 08:10

CET 09:10

Finland 10:10

NZ 19:25

UK 08:25

CET 09:25

Finland 10:25

NZ 19:40

UK 08:40

CET 09:40

Finland 10:40

NZ 19:55

UK 08:55

CET 09:55

Finland 10:55

NZ 20:10

UK 09:10

CET 10:10

Finland 11:10

NZ 20:25

UK 09:25

CET 10:25

Finland 11:25

NZ 20:35

UK 09:35

CET 10:35

Finland 11:35

NZ 20:50

UK 09:50

CET 10:50

Finland 11:50

NZ 21:05

UK 10:05

CET 11:05

Finland 12:05

NZ 21:20

UK 10:20

CET 11:20

Finland 12:20

NZ 21:35

UK 10:35

CET 11:35

Finland 12:35

NZ 21:50

UK 10:50

CET 11:50

Finland 12:50

SESSION 1: DRUG RELEASE
Chair: Mohammed Al-Sharabi

Mila Kovačević, University of Ljubljana

The influence of polymeric binder on flow and dissolution properties of SMEDDS loaded Syloid® 244FP-based granules

Erin Walsh, University of Strathclyde

Fine Tuning Dissolution Profiles via Surface Micro-Features

Fan Xie, KU Leuven

Development of a controlled-release carrier using mesoporous cellulose beads for poorly water-soluble drugs

Lise-Anne Lefol, University of Lille
Towards a better understanding of ibuprofen release from PLGA microparticles

Natalie Maclean, University of Strathclyde
The Role of Disintegration Mechanism in Physical Tablet Stability

SHORT BREAK

SESSION 2: FORMULATION AND 3D PRINTING
Chair: Silke Henry 

Klemen Kreft, University of Ljubljana

Process parameters and tablet disintegration in Fused Deposition Modelling

Moaaz Abdelhamid, Research Center Pharmaceutical Engineering
New opportunities for pharmaceutical 3D-printing through advanced lipid-based excipients

Lena Hoffmann, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf
Hot melt extrusion and 3D printing of a thermolabile drug

Gerardo De León, Research Center Pharmaceutical Engineering
In-silico bitterness prediction: a practical tool for bitterants screening

Mitja Pohlen, University of Ljubljana

The potential of nanocrystalline cellulose – macroporous silica combination for the formulation of dry emulsion systems with improved flow properties: A DoE study

CLOSING REMARKS