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Program for the 50th Anniversary HSP Conference

Full program now available, see below

The program is a mix of distinguished keynote speakers covering the broad range of HSP applications, contributed papers selected for their interest and challenge, two poster sessions and networking events and a Grand Conference Dinner in the world-famous National Railway Museum. It also features an optional training session on HSPiP given by Prof Abbott at no extra charge.

Call for Posters continues!

We've got plenty of space for posters in the large conference facility. Remember that Dr Hansen is offering cash prizes for the 3 best posters. Please use the standard Abstract Template as an rtf file that can be brought (safely) into favourite editor such as Word or Open Document. Once completed, please save it with the file-name "YourLastName-Poster" as a .doc, .docx, .rtf or .odt and email it to Conference@hansen-solubility.com with Poster as the email subject.

Keynote Speakers

  • Prof Jean-Marie Aubry, U. Lille, on the predictive power of HSP in formulation science
  • Prof James Clark, U, York, on HSP for Green Chemistry
  • Dr Charles Hansen on how HSP were developed
  • Stefan Langner, U Erlangen-Nürnberg, HSP for Organophotovoltaics and beyond
  • Dr Seishi Shimizu, U. York, on the thermodynamic heart of HSP
  • Prof Daniel Schmidt, U. Mass. Lowell, on HSP for polymer formulations
  • Sander van Loon (VLCI) and Bart Wuytens (Agfa Labs) on High Throughput measurement techniques for HSP
  • Dr Hiroshi Yamamoto on the new HSP methodology

Full Program (subject to change)

Keynote speakers are shown in bold

Dr Yamamoto's 2-Part talk on New Directions in HSP will be accompanied by two papers available to delegates on the day.

TimeSpeakerAffiliationCountryTitle
Wed 5 April    
09:00Prof Steven AbbottHSPiPUKOptional (free) expert level tutorial on HSP & HSPiP
12:00   Welcome and light lunch
13:00Prof Steven AbbottHSPiPUKWelcome to HSP50
13:10Dr Charles HansenHSPiPDenmarkA brief history of HSP
13:30Dr Hiroshi YamamotoHSPiPJapanNew directions in HSP Part 1: Splitting δD
14:15Dr Seishi ShimizuU YorkUKHSP in the context of molecular thermodynamics
15:00Break   
15:30Dr Hiroshi YamamotoHSPiPJapanNew directions in HSP Part 2: Donor/Acceptor and δNet
16:00Prof Jean-Marie AubryU LilleFranceA "top-down" in silico approach for designing ad hoc bio-based solvents: application to glycerol-derived solvents of nitrocellulose
16:40Prof Andreas KlamtCOSMOlogicGermanyThe wider application range of COSMO-RS
17:05Receptiontil 19:00 Networking, Posters, Drinks, Canapés
Thu 6 April    
09:00Prof James ClarkU YorkUKGreen chemistry and HSP
09:40Peter FiskPeter Fisk AssociatesUKExamination of the relevance of Hansen Solubility Parameters to prediction of environmental hazards
10:05Stefan LawrensonU YorkUKHSPiP for Greener Solid Phase Organic Synthesis (SPOS)
10:30Break   
11:00Prof Daniel SchmidtU Mass LowellUSASustainable reformulation using HSP
11:40Prof Steven AbbottHSPiPUKProtective barriers designed using HSP
12:05Diego TiradoUniversidad Complutense de MadridSpainApplication of the Hansen solubility theory for the selection of co-solvents for supercritical carbon dioxide extraction
12:30Lunch   
13:45Stefan LangnerU Erlangen-Nuremberg  HSP for smart formulations of organic electronics
14:25Dr Andrew SlarkHenkel Adhesive TechnologiesUKControlling dye delivery in electronic imaging via dye-polymer interactions
14:50Dr Martin Andersson1SP technical Research Institute of SwedenSwedenPrediction of eye-irritation with HSPiP and via elongation of polymer threads
15:15    
15:45Prof Martin GarnettU NottinghamUKLack of correlation of polymer-drug dispersion stability with Hildebrand or Hansen solubility parameters
16:10Dr Robert Gibson3M Purification Validation LaboratoryBelgiumThe application of Hansen solubility parameters to aspects of pharmaceutical process validation
16:35Tim Svenstrup PoulsenHerlev HospitalDenmarkHSP Guidance has led to the rapid and controlled dissolving and reannealing of DNA used for cancer testing
17:00Prof Amos OphirShenkar CollegeIsraelThermodynamic Design for Controlled Release of Antimicrobial Essential Oils in Multiphase Thermoplastic Hybrids Active Packaging Film
17:25Free time   
19:00Grand Conference Dinner  National Railway Museum
Fri 7 April    
09:00Sander van Loon & Bart Wuytens VLCI & AgfaLabsNetherlands & BelgiumMeasurement of HSP as a commercial service
09:55Prof Dietmar LercheLUM GmbHGermanyHigh-efficient and automatic determination of Hansen Solubility (dispersibility) Parameters of micro-, nano-particles and quantum dots by instrumental in-situ visualization and quantification of sedimentation behavior under normal or high gravity
10:20Dr Eric BrendléAdscientisFranceRecent advances in IGC measurement of HSP
10:45Break   
11:15Prof Adam VoelkelPoznań University of TechnologyPolandHansen Solubility Parameters in Chromatographic Sciences
11:40Dr Katarzyna AdamskaPoznań University of TechnologyPolandHSP for biomedical polymers - application of inverse gas chromatography
12:05Dr Anett KondorSurface Measurement SystemsUKDetermination of Hansen Solubility Parameters using Inverse Gas Chromatography
12:30Discussion session  HSP - future directions and challenges
13:00Conference Ends