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08:30 - 09:00 30 mins
09:00 - 15:00 360 mins
Workshop - BioProcess Analytics and Control Strategies
  • Julian Morris - Emeritus Professor of Process Control, Newcastle University
  • Eduardo Lopez Montero - Engineering Consultant, Perceptive Engineering UK
  • Keith Smith - Principal Engineer, Perceptive Engineering UK

Optimising the Value of Data through Highly Visual and Smart Data Analytics – Julian Morris

  • Are you collecting you data properly so that it captures the true multivariate structure of your processes and products?
  • Does your data suffer from outliers, noise, missing samples, multivariable effects, process dynamics and auto-correlated measurements, time delays due to analyser cycle time or off-line analyses and measurement non-linearity?
  • Are you getting the most out of your data through sophisticated predictive data analytics?
  • How do you make sure you have the ‘data quality’ to enable you to build ‘quality models and calibrations’?
  • Why is data preparation important and critical to useful predictive data analytics?

The workshop will address all these issues and the maximising of the information and ‘know-how’ hidden in your data. Industrial case studies will be presented and used in highly visual interactive software tool-set for multivariate data exploration, pre-processing and analysis.

Process Monitoring and Advanced Predictive Control in Pharma and Bio- Processing

  • An introduction to Multivariate Model Predictive Control and Monitoring Strategies for continuous and batch processing systems.
  • This will include a hands on demo of associated tools using Perceptive Engineering Ltd's PharmaMV software (Attendees to bring own laptops).
15:00 - 15:05 5 mins
End of Post Conference Workshop