The 31st symposium of the Finnish Society of Physical Pharmacy (FyFa) is the result of a joint collaboration with the Finnish Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry Association (FinTAC).
The theme of the symposium this year is:
Trends of Thermoanalytical Methods in Materials Characterization
Symposium: Thu 13th to Fri 14th February 2020
Early bird registration: 17th January 2020
Standard Registration: 24th January 2020
Abstract submissions: 24th January 2020
(address: Vuorikatu 19, Helsinki, Finland).
Symposium dinner is served on Thursday in restaurant Meripaviljonki (address: Säästöpankinranta 3).
Early bird: Students 100 €, Regular 160 €
Standard: Students 160 €, Regular 220 €
Dinner: Students 20 €, Regular 30 €
Authors are invited to submit their abstracts to the symposium.
Submit your abstracts by January 24th, 2020, and you may be accepted for an oral presentation at the symposium!
The best poster will receive the Finnish Pharmaceutical Society poster award (200 €).
The abstracts accepted for oral presentations will be announced within one week after the submission deadline. When submitting the abstract, please use this template.
University of Tampere
Thermal Stability of Proteins
University of Copenhagen
Ultrasensitive microstring resonators for solid state thermomechanical analysis
Eric Ofosu Kissi
University of Oslo
The advances made in the analysis of molecular mobility of amorphous drugs
University of Greenwich
The characterisation of a co-amorphous matrix created to enhance the solubility of poorly soluble drugs
Guy Van Assche
Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Modulated temperature DSC and its applications for studying (polymerization) reactions and phase separation in polymer solutions and blends
Scientist, Finnish Defence Research Agency
Stability and compatibility tests of energetic materials using heat flow calorimetry
University of Eastern Finland
Thermoanalytical methods to support the development of co-amorphous materials
University of Tampere
Dynamic mechanical analysis (DMA) and its applications
Kirsi S. Mikkonen
University of Helsinki
Thermal analytical methods in food sciences
Isoconversional kinetics in predicting polymer degradation and cross-linking
The symposium is the highlight of the year for both societies, and it is expected to gather more than 100 professional participants from universities, industry and regulatory authorities.
The attendees share the common interest in physicochemical and thermal characterization of organic compounds together with product development. The invited speakers are known international and domestic experts in their fields.