October 11-13 • 2023 • Glasgow • UK
The 11th EuPAT conference brings together scientists and engineers from across academia, industry, and regulatory bodies to discuss the latest developments in the field of pharmaceutical process and product development. The 11th EuPAT conference will focus on sustainable, resilient and patient-centric medicine manufacturing. Each session will focus on a cutting-edge topic, including Supply Chain Challenges, Digital Design of Drug Substance and Product, and Sustainability in Medicines Manufacture, with presentations from guest speakers across industry and academia. Throughout each session, attention will be paid to role of advances in modelling, simulation, data science, process and data analytics, and its contributions towards a Quality by Digital Design approach together with their real-life implementations. EuPAT 11 will also provide a platform to explore the future trends and emerging technologies in the field of pharmaceutical development and manufacture.
The EuPAT 11 conference will include sessions on Supply Chain Challenges, Digital Design of Drug Substances and Product, and Sustainability in Medicines Manufacture. Across this three-day conference, several presentation sessions will focus on key topics in the field of pharmaceutical manufacture, including Supply Chain Challenges, Digital Design of Drug Substances and Products, and Sustainability in Medicine Manufacturing. In addition to the oral presentation sessions, all attendees are encouraged to participate in the poster sessions as a platform for networking and discussing their latest research.
Session topics and Invited Speakers at EuPAT 11 (3 days)
11th Oct – Workshop "CMAC’s Digital Medicines Manufacturing (DM2) research centre"
12th Oct – Session 1 “Sustainability in Medicine Manufacturing”: Session chair: Prof Thomas De Beer
12th Oct – Session 2 “Digital Design of Drug Substance and Product”: Session chair: Dr Peter Hamilton
13th Oct – Session 3 “Drug Supply Chain Challenge”: Session chair: Prof Jarkko Ketolainen