Guest: Mark Hughes (GSK), Quantitative Time Course Analysis and the Evolution of a Dynamic Model, a Chemists Perspective
Thursday, March 22, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM (EDT)
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Dr Mark Hughes of GSK will present on how the chemical community at GSK leverage time course analysis and kinetic experiments with DynoChem modeling to further their process understanding.
Mark will describe how GSK has established a support group to enable chemists to routinely generate data suitable for modelling input and the value this has in its own right. He will use the recent published example to illustrate this:
A Mechanistic Insight into a Simple C−N Bond Formation via SN2 Displacement: A Synergistic Kinetics and Design of Experiment Approach: Link
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