Company: F. Hoffmann-La Roche
Job title: Platform Leader, Continuous Flow Technology
Jörg Sedelmeier, born 1977 in Freiburg (Germany), studied synthetic organic chemistry at the Albert-Ludwig University in Freiburg and conducted his PhD thesis in the group of Professor Bolm at the RWTH Aachen (Germany) in the field of sulfoximines and asymmetric metal catalysis. After a post-doctoral stay in Professor Ley’s group at University of Cambridge (UK) focusing on organic syntheses in continuous flow mode, he started his professional career as a process chemist at Novartis (Switzerland) in the Chemistry & Analytical Department in 2010. Here he was involved in process development, scale-up to pilot and plant scale, laboratory automation and continuous flow technologies. In 2017 Joerg became a Novartis Fellow. In 2019 he moved to F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd. (Switzerland) and is now platform leader for continuous flow technologies in Synthetic Molecules Technical Development. Jörg (co)-authored more than 31 publications and patents and won several company-internal science awards.
Batch to Continuous Technology: The Journey from Laboratory to Pilot Scale for DS Manufacturing 11:45 am
• Case study: Rapid implementation of continuous manufacturing capabilities from empty labs to pilot facility for commercial supply of Ipatasertib. • Business case drivers • Control strategy insightsRead more
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