The 2021 Automated Synthesis Forum (formerly the UKASF) is scheduled to take place at the Francis Crick Institute, London on the 15th – 16th November 2021.
Registration for the event is now open
Invitations will also be sent to our mailing list and previous delegates soon – if you wish to be added to the list, please fill out the contact form here.
The full agenda is yet to be finalised, but provisional themes include
- Robotics and lab automation in synthesis
- Flow chemistry
- Synthesis and post-synthesis process improvements
- Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
- New Technologies
- DNA Encoded Libraries
Housed in a custom-built, award-winning building in central London, the Francis Crick Institute is home to over 1500 scientists and support staff, making it the biggest single biomedical research facility in Europe.
With flexible, state of the art conferencing facilities for up to 225 delegates, and ample room for exhibition, the ASF is looking forward to what promises to be a dynamic, exciting meeting.
With its central location in London, the Francis Crick Institute is easily accessible by train, bus and tube; there is also a wealth of accommodation options and other amenities nearby.
For more details about exhibiting at the 2021 forum, and other commercial opportunities, please contact the committee here.
ASF 2021 is made possible by kind financial contributions from the following companies