Association for Crystallization Technology Larson Workshop

The primary goal of the Larson Workshop is to promote academic-industrial exchange in the area of crystallization, which has led to a meeting format different than many other conferences. In particular, the workshop is intended to bring together principal investigators in academia (faculty), technical staff experts in government, and industrial practitioners in crystallization. Graduate student and post-doctoral student participation is not encouraged. The workshop is divided into five sequential half-day topical sessions, each of which usually features three invited speakers who give extended talks. Each session also features an interactive panel discussion (consisting of the session speakers) driven by the active participation of members of the audience. This program structure promotes the free exchange of ideas and in-depth discussion that is not possible with traditional meeting formats. More information and additional details can be found at 24th Larson Workshop.