October 11-13 • 2023 • Glasgow • UK
Join the experts from CMAC’s Digital Medicines Manufacturing (DM2) research centre for this interactive session showcasing the transformative potential of robotics and augmented reality (AR) in the pharmaceutical industry. In this DM2 sponsored half-day workshop, you’ll discover how data is driving innovations, get up-close with the DM2 autonomous tablet development DataFactory,
and explore how AR can revolutionise training and collaboration in the labs of the future. Don't
miss this opportunity to immerse yourself in these technological developments and to help
shape the next steps by sharing your opinions and experiences - reserve your spot now!
Prof Christian Peifer (Christian-Albrecht University of Kiel), "Progress towards sustainable pharmacy"
Dr Mike Pilling (AstraZeneca), "PAT approaches to sustainable pharmaceutical development and manufacture at AstraZeneca"
Darren McHugh (Innopharma Technology), "Automated DOE in Twin Screw Wet Granulation"
Jan Henrik Finke (TU Braunschweig), "Implementation of models into an agent-based simulation of a direct compression process"
Erik Sonntag (UCT Prague), "Enhancing Adherence and Sustainability in Medication with Patient-Specific MUDS formulation"
Yi-chieh Chen (University of Strathclyde), "Development of a Spatially Resolved Spectroscopy probe for In-line Monitoring of Pharmaceutical Drying"
Dr Jan-Sebastiaan Uyttersprot (UCB), "PAT enabling hybrid modelling of the fluid bed drying step for continuous manufacturing"
Dr Sven Daniel Schmitz (Abbott), "Use of advanced analytics and data in commercial production"
Alison Nordon (University of Strathclyde), "Advances in spectral pre-processing and calibration transfer algorithms for process analysis"
Matthias Wolfgang (Research Center Pharmaceutical Engineering GmbH), "Merits of Next-Generation Optical Coherence Tomography Systems in Pharmaceutical Research and Development"
Jiaxu Liu (Loughborough University), "DEM-based investigation of the effect of the CPP on the CQA in a low-dose capsule filling process"
Mohammad Salehian (University of Strathclyde), "A Hybrid-Model-Based Optimisation Framework for Drug Product Development"
Dr Jag Srai (University of Cambridge), "Leveraging Consortia Knowhow to Develop Design Rules for Pharmaceutical Supply Chains"
Yinka Oyinloye[nbsp](AstraZeneca), "AstraZeneca - overcoming the challenges of supplying a vaccine to the world in the midst of a pandemic"
Rydvikha Govender (AstraZeneca), "Supplying the Individual: From Mass Production Towards Mass Customization in Pharma"
Fabiola Guareschi (University of Parma), "Preliminary study on sodium hyaluronate nanoparticles encapsulating pramlintide acetate produced by microfluidics technology"
Faisal Abbas (CMAC, University of Strathclyde), "A High-Throughput, Data-intensive Micro-Scale Tablet Development System"
Laurens Leys (Ghent University), "A PAT-based control strategy for a continuous spin-freeze drying technology"
Participants are encouraged to Submit Abstracts for poster presentations, whilst selected scientists from submitted abstracts will be invited to give oral presentations alongside the keynote speakers!