Particle Technology

Webinar: Powder Flow 2021

Webinar: Powder Flow 2021
  • Date From 9th March 2021
  • Date To 11th March 2021
  • Price From £70.00
  • Location Online: 09/03, 13:00–17:15; 10/03, 13:00–16:30; 11/03, 13:00–17:00


Powder Flow 2021 will address the latest science underpinning powder flow and handling. This online event will start with a one-day workshop covering the fundamentals of powder flow followed by a two-day technical meeting focused around recent developments in powder flow and handling. It will look at progress in state-of-the-art theories and measurements in the context of practical applications and case studies.

Date and time

  • Tuesday 09 March, 13:00–17:15
  • Wednesday 10 March, 13:00–16:30
  • Thursday 11 March, 13:00–17:00


The programme will draw from invited presentations from the best academic and industrial speakers in the field and will cover:

  • Dr Diego Barletta, University of Salerno, Italy
    State-of-the-art flow measurement techniques for various applications 
  • Dr Mehrdad Pasha, UCB
    Flow behaviour of formulated powders
  • Dr Vivek Garg, University of Greenwich
    A novel approach to predict the powder flowability from milligramme samples
  • Professor Christine Hrenya, University of Colorado Boulder
    Cohesive-particle flows: Getting out of a sticky situation
  • Dr Vincenzino Vivacqua, Johnson Matthey
    Application of powder flow measurements - some case studies
  • Dr Jerry Heng, Imperial College
    Manipulating powder flow via surface chemistry
  • Dr Enrico Gallino, RICOH UK Products Ltd.
    Polymer powders for additive manufacturing: challenges and opportunities     

Call for abstracts                

Participants are welcome to submit an abstract for the poster presentation session. There will be a sponsored Best Poster prize.

A limited number of openings are available for oral presentations; abstracts covering work of outstanding significance are urgently invited.

Abstract format

Please download the template and keep to a maximum of 300 words including figures and references.


Please email your completed template to

Deadline for abstract submission for both oral presentation and the poster session is 31 January 2021.

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