176 Tools for Chemical Product Design

Monday, October 29, 2012: 3:15 PM
Oakmont (Omni )
Description:
Designing a new chemical product is a complex process requiring many tools to assist in the innovation, evaluation and management of a novel concept. This session welcomes papers discussing experiences with using computer simulation, high throughput screening, stage-gate management and all other "tools" relevant to the design of new chemical products.

Sponsor:
Product Design

Chair:
Michael Hill
Email: mih16@columbia.edu

Co-Chair:
Kenneth R. Cox
Email: krcox@rice.edu


3:15 PM
(176a) Molecular Design with Simultaneous Topological, Topographical, and Electrostatic Characterization
Robert Herring III, Subin Hada, J. Colin Haser, Nishanth G. Chemmangattuvalappil and Mario Richard Eden

3:40 PM

4:05 PM
(176c) Design of an Emulsified Hand Wash Through a Systematic Model-Based Methodology
Michele Mattei, Michael Hill, Georgios Kontogeorgis and Rafiqul Gani

4:30 PM

4:55 PM
(176e) Data-Driven Optimization of Product Blends Using Multivariate Property Clustering Techniques
Subin Hada, Robert Herring III, J. Colin Haser, Nishanth G. Chemmangattuvalappil and Mario Richard Eden
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