The Advanced Process Modelling (APM) Forum is the world's premier event covering the application of deep process knowledge to digital design and digital operations in the process industries.
The Forum, held in the Greater New York City Area, 10 – 12 September 2019, will focus on how APM technology is being applied at the centre of digitalisation initiatives throughout the process industries, to generate new value and competitive advantage.
It focuses on practical, effective and well-established approaches that enable process organisations to generate new value and competitive advantage rapidly and with confidence.
Plenary sessions cover technology developments in digital design and operations with such current topics as the integration of models and data, the use of global systems analysis to identify and manage risk and uncertainty, the use of hybrid data-driven and first-principles models, the application of high-fidelity models online as part of intelligent digital operations, and the exploitation of high-performance computing facilities.
Presentations will focus on the use of advanced mechanistic modelling techniques based in sound science combined with experimentation for formulation, development, and manufacture across the formulated products lifecycle. Key topic areas will include digital twin innovation and tech transfer, integrated digital design and operation, and new application areas for digitalisation in formulated products.
Optional workshops on PSE’s gPROMS FormulatedProducts will take place on Thursday, 12 September.
Additional Forum highlights and events:
Here are a few of the many reasons to attend:
- Hear about updates to the gPROMS FormulatedProducts environment, significant functionality enhancements, and additional model libraries.
- Attend hands-on workshop sessions on Thursday, 12 September, and try out key application areas and new model libraries of gPROMS FormulatedProducts.
- Join PSE for drinks, dinner, and special entertainment on Tuesday, September 10.
- Meet and discuss with peers across a range of industry sectors in an informal setting.
- Have face-to-face meetings with PSE personnel.