IMTeC 2010; First European Conference on Micro-Analysis

The exhibition Forum LABO & BIOTECH hosts this year

the first European Congress on Micro-Technologies: IMTeC.

Forum LABO & BIOTECH will take place from 1 to June 4, 2010 in Paris. IMTeC: 2nd and 3rd June.

For the 2010’ edition, the Interprofessional Committee of Laboratory Suppliers - /Comité Interprofessionnel des Fournisseurs du Laboratoir/, CIFL, the owner of this event, has decided to expand the supply of goods and services sector to the process sector in order to meet the changing demand within the profession, always seeking new ways and solutions to gain speed and productivity.

This opening allows at Forum LABO & BIOTECH cover all applications, from RESEARCH to ONLINE ANALYSIS via the CONTROL, to attract discerning visitors, both public and private sector and industry.

 

Forum LABO & BIOTECH present in this complete offer:

  • 8000 sqm *exhibition
  • nearly *300 exhibitors*,
  • 4 exhibition areas: 
  • the physico-chemical, biotechnology, Process Analytics, and sustainable development. 
  • and nearly 10,000 visitors (9,800 in 2008). The file is given to visitors after the show, 
  • IMTEC Congress: First European Conference on Micro-analysis 
  • expert forums, moderated by renowned experts. 2010’ themes on sustainable development (topics selected by a panel of visitors of the latest edition 2008), 
  • and a communications plan important in leading journals.

 

About IMTeC 2010:

Process Analytical Technology (PAT) has provided value to the chemical and pharmaceutical industries for years in improving productivity and quality by gathering data to develop and monitor processes. PAT has been the enabling tool to implement Quality by Design (QbD) as a way to achieve Process Understanding. Recent advances in analytical and sampling technology have continued to improve measurement capabilities.

New technology for micro-machining, along with new material development, has allowed for advances in the miniaturization of instrumentation and sampling systems. A good example of this is in the development of the New Sensor and Sampling System (NeSSI), growing out of the forum created by the Center for Process Analytical Chemistry (CPAC) in the USA. This has enabled developments in operational devices such as micro-reaction equipment for process optimization and new micro-analytical tools for characterizing process samples.

IMTeC will be a venue to describe to European companies the use of NeSSI and related analytical devices as valuable tools to consider in achieving the ultimate goal of Process Understanding, the key to achieving improved productivity and quality in products via effective implementation of process control.

IMTeC will cover:

  • Micro Technology and the Laboratory
  • Analyzer sampling system, components, and diagnostic
  • NeSSI components
  • Process Automation Technology

Date: 
Tuesday, June 1, 2010 - 23:00 - Wednesday, June 2, 2010 - 23:00
Place: 
Paris, France
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