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Lunch&Learn Sessions and Networking Events

SCS in collaboration with partner societies organizes tree Lunch&Learn sessions presenting state of the art development and a panel discussion around the focal topic Industry 4.0.

Wed, September 21, 2016
«Automatization and huge data handling in Analytical Sciences»

Organized by the SCS Division of Analytical Sciences (DAS)
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11.00 pdf icon Standardization: The Way to the Next Generation Lab
Dr. Daniel Juchli, wega Informatik AG and Chief Technical Officer (CTO) SiLA Consortium, Basel
160921 01Photo Juchli
11.25 pdf icon The ghost in the machine - The intelligent spectrometer
Dr. Till Kühn, Bruker BioSpin AG
160921 02 Photo Kuehn
11.50 pdf icon Innovative sample management and integration into fully automated walk-up analytics
Dr. Ingo Muckenschnabel, Novartis Pharma AG
160921 03 Photo Muckenschnabel
12.15 pdf icon Towards a fully automated workflow in NMR&MS analytics from sample preparation to report. Have we broken down all barriers?
Dr. Josef Schneider, F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG
160921 04 Photo Schneider
12.40 pdf icon Revolution in the lab? From handwritten labels to lab 4.0
Dr. Günter Böhm, CTC Analytics
160921 05 Photo Beohm
13.05 Q&A and Round table discussion  
13.30 Lunch and Networking event  
14.00 End of the session  


 Thu, September 22, 2016
«Automatization in the laboratory environment»

Organized by i-net and Swiss Biotech Association (SBA)
Contact: Ralf Dümpelmann, BaselArea, i-net innovation

11.00 pdf icon From pipetting slave to IT-wizard
Prof. Sven Panke, Dept. of Biosystems Science and Engineering, ETH Zurich
160922 01 Photo Sven Panke 
11.25 pdf icon Lab automation, the weak little stepsister of the industrial automation
Dr. Erwin Althof, Scientific Technical Leader, Novartis Pharma AG
160922 02 Photo Erwin Althof
11.50 pdf icon Scalable production of organotypic 3D microtissues for safety and efficacy testing
Dr. David Fluri, Senior Scientist, InSphero AG
160922 03 Photo David Fluri 
12.15 pdf icon Gamification of Research & Development
Dr. Rolf Gueller, Founder and CEO, Chemspeed Technologies AG
160922 04 Photo Rolf Gueller
12.40 pdf icon The Next-Generation Health Data Integration Platform
Dean Corkovic, BCPlatforms
160922 05 Photo Corkovic
13.05 Q&A and Round table discussion  
13.30 Lunch and Networking event  
14.00 End of session  


Fri, September 23, 2016
«Industry 4.0 in Chemical Engineering»

Organized by SCS DIAC, SGVC and SVC
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11.00 pdf icon What’s behind Industry 4.0?
Dr. Peter Bürgin, ControlTech Engineering AG
160923 01 Photo Buergin 
11.25 pdf icon From Lab Data to “Big Data”– closing the gap between R&D and Production
Dr. Tobias Merz, Lonza AG
160923 02 Photo Merz 
11.50 pdf icon Manufacturing IT & Industry 4.0: success factors for projects – practical examples
Stephan Gentner, DSM Nutritional Products Ltd.
160923 03 Photo Gentner
12.15

pdf icon Process industry 4.0 in manufacturing engineering research.
Dipl.-Phys. Mario Bott, Fraunhofer-Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA

160923 04 Photo Bott
12.40 pdf icon Industry 4.0 – Future of Process Technology in the Chemical / Pharmaceutical Industry
Dr. Andreas Schreiner, Novartis PharmOps Switzerland
160923 05 Photo Schreiner
13.05 Q&A and Round table discussion  
13.30 Lunch and Networking event  
14.00 End of session  


The ILMAC Forum events are open to all visitors. No registration is needed.

 

 


David Spichiger, SCS
28.04.2016

 

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