On March 25, we launched The FORGE: a platform for Ph.D. students and early-career scientists to share research. With over 200 attendees from 19 countries sharing ideas, showcasing research, and making new connections, the event was a great success.
We’re working with our partners at the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Particle Characterization Group (PCIG) to organize the FORGE 2022. Scheduled for March 22, 2022, we want next year’s event to be even BIGGER and better.
The FORGE 2021 focused on particle characterization for pharmaceutical formulations – but what application areas should we explore in 2022? Our inaugural was a COVID-safe virtual one – but maybe we could meet in person in 2022? We need you to help us shape the event by telling us what you want from The FORGE.
Please take our short survey to share your ideas – we’d love to hear your thoughts.
Tell us what application areas you’d like to explore, the plenary speakers you’d like to hear from, the burning issues you are facing, where you’d like to meet and we’ll do our best to make it happen. There are only 8 questions, so it only takes a few minutes to complete. Whatever your views, we want to hear from you.
About The FORGE
The FORGE is brought to you by Malvern Panalytical and the Royal Society of Chemistry Particle Characterisation Group (PCIG), working in collaboration with Anton Parr, Meritics and Particulate Sensors.