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Title: Diapositiva 1

International Microencapsulation Society
15th International Symposium on
Parma, 18-21 September 2005
15th International Symposium on
Microencapsulation is the process whereby small
(macro, micro and nano size), discrete, solid
particles liquid droplets are surrounded or
enclosed by an intact shell. The aim of the
Symposium is to review, update and discuss all
the aspects of the science and technology of
microencapsulated particulate systems as they are
applied to medical, pharmaceutical, veterinary,
food, cosmetic and consumer products. The
symposium will focus on microencapsulation
techniques and applications such as Spray
drying Prilling Extrusion Lipid
technology Polymerization Coating
Solvent evaporation Emulsion techniques
Supercritical fluids Cyclodextrins and
inclusion compounds Micro/Nanoparticles
Microcapsules Liposomes Drug delivery
Drug therapy Gene therapy Bio
encapsulation. The Symposium will present an
opportunity to show and share research
achievements, to learn of innovations and novel
developments in the field and to interact with
distinguished world leaders and young innovators.
Plenary Lectures
N.A. Peppas, University of Texas at Austin Smart
drug delivery and bionanotechnology D. Edwards,
Harvard University Novel drug delivery particle
systems for global health P. Couvreur, University
of Paris XI Nanotechnologies for brain and
ocular delivery
Invited Lectures
  • M.J. Alonso, University of Santiago de Compostela
    Nanoencapsulation of macromolecules integrity
    and release control
  • T. Brandau, Brace Gmb Vibrating nozzle processing
    in industrial microencapsulatio
  • E. Fattal, University Paris XI Polysaccharide
    microparticles for colon delivery of antibiotic
    degrading enzymes
  • A.Florence, University of London Dendrimers as
    carriers in drug and gene delivery
  • G. Golomb, Hebrew University Nanoparticulate
    delivery system for the therapy of restenosis
  • P.W.S. Heng, Singapore University Pelletization
    and pellet coating
  • Y. Kawashima, Gifu Pharmaceutical
    University Nanosphere composite system for
    pulmonary delivery of peptide
  • R. Müller, The Free University of Berlin Lipid
    nanoparticles for dermal delivery in cosmetics
    and pharmaceuticals
  • G. Storm, University of Utrecht Liposomal
    corticosteroids for therapeutic intervention in
    inflammation and cancer
  • R.O. Williams, University of Texas at
    Austin Cryogenic liquids, nanoparticles and

Scientific Contributions
Contributed papers will be presented in form of
posters or oral lectures selected by the
International Advisory Board. Scientists are
invited to submit contributions on all subjects
related to microencapsulation. The proposals must
reach the Scientific Secretariat not later than
March 31st, 2005, according to the instructions
reported in the Symposium webpage
http//tefarco.unipr.it There will be a grand
prize ( 500) and two additional prizes ( 250
each) for three posters presented by student
participants selected by an award committee. Five
student travel grants ( 500 each) will be
available to contributors who have had papers
accepted upon application on a competitive
Scientific Committee
Paul W.S. Heng (University of Singapore, IMS
President) Paolo Colombo (University of
Parma) Elias Fattal (University of Paris XI)
International Advisory Board
Simon Benita (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem,
IL) Jean Pierre Benoit (University of Angers,
F) Roland Bodmeier (The Free University of
Berlin, D) Yilmaz Capan (Hacettepe University of
Ankara, TR) Carla Caramella (University of Pavia,
I) Luigi Cattel (University of Turin, I) Paolo
Cavassini (Ascor Chimici, I) Tomasz Ciach (Warsaw
University of Technology, PL) Ubaldo Conte
(University of Pavia, I) Daan Crommelin
(University of Utrecht, NL) Pat Deasy (Trinity
College, Dublin, IRL) Jean Luc Delattre
(University of Liege, B) Eric Doelker
(University of Geneva, CH) Andrea Gazzaniga
(University of Milan, I) Mitsuru Hashida
(University of Kyoto, J) Claus M. Lehr
(University of Saarland, D) Jorg Kreuter
(University of Frankfurt, D) Terry Lopez-Goerne
(University of Iztapalapa, MEX) Philippe
Maincent (University of Nancy, F) Chris Marriott
(Kings College, London, UK) James McGinity
(University of Texas at Austin, USA) Enea
Menegatti (University of Ferrara, I) Denis
Poncelet (ENITIAA, Nantes, F) Dimitri Rekkas
(University of Athens, GR) Sergio Simoes
(University of Coimbra, P) Juan Torrado
(University of Madrid, E) Tony Whateley
(University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK)
Local Organizing Committee
Chair Prof. Paolo Colombo Co-Chairs Prof.
Ruggero Bettini, Prof. Patrizia Santi, Prof. Gina
Massimo, Dr. Elena Vidale Members Sara Nicoli,
Fabio Sonvico, Gaia Colombo, Pasquale Del Gaudio
Elena Losi, Francesca Buttini Cristina Padula,
Fabio Marra
Scientific Secretariat
Organizing Secretariat
15th Symposium on Microencapsulation Consortium
TEFARCO Innova, Department of Pharmacy Parco
Area delle Scienze, 27/A 43100 Parma,
Italy Phone 39 0521 905 073 39 0521 905
007 Fax 39 0521 905 006 Email micro15_at_unipr.it
Web http//tefarco.unipr.it
NEW TEAM Via C. Ghiretti, 2 43100 Parma,
Italy Phone 39 0521 293 913 Fax 39 0521 294
036 Email info_at_newteam.it Web www.newteam.it
There will be an exhibition by pharmaceutical and
allied companies to introduce new products and
technologies to the participants. For those who
are interested in reserving an exhibition booth,
please contact the Organizing Secretariat for
The Interuniversity Consortium TEFARCO Innova and
the Univerity of Parma invite you to attend the
15th International Symposium on
Microencapsulation that will be held in Parma
from 18th to 21st September 2005. Parma with its
food, drug, cosmetic and animal feed companies,
all deeply involved in microencapsulation,
presents the appropriate scientific environment
for the conference. The culture, art and life
style of the city will constitute an added
attraction for the Symposium venue.
PARMA, located in the North of Italy, is a city
traditionally rated for its culture and art. The
historic city centre has monuments like the
Romanesque cathedral, frescoed by Correggio, and
the octagonal baptistery sculpted by Benedetto
Antelami. Parma is associated with important
musicians such as Paganini, Verdi, Pizzetti and
Parma is the capital of the Italian food
industry, world famous for its products and in
particular for Parma ham and Parmesan cheese.
For detailed information about Parma
visit www.parmaitaly.com www.provincia.parma.it w
Consortium TEFARCO Innova
The Interuniversity Consortium on Innovative
Pharmaceutical Technologies is a collaborative
effort among ten Italian Universities. The main
aims are to coordinate basic applied research in
the field of pharmaceutical technologies, to
provide support in design, production and
application of new drug delivery systems, to
organize programs for scientific education and to
propose initiatives for professional training in
technological areas of drugs and cosmetics. lt
To stay tuned email micro15_at_unipr.it
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