Agenda

See below for more detailed agenda.

Outline agenda

The outline agenda provides an overview of the sessions and contents. See below for more detailed agenda.

Monday 25 March – Optional and invited events [Clayton Hotel Chiswick & PSE offices]
Morning Hands-on workshops for
9:30 | gPROMS FormulatedProducts [Clayton Hotel Chiswick]
9:30 | gPROMS ProcessBuilder [PSE Hammersmith]
Lunch 12:30 | Workshop lunch 12:30 | Formulated Products Advisory Board lunch
Afternoon Hands-on workshops (continued)
13:30 | gPROMS FormulatedProducts [Clayton Hotel Chiswick]
13:30 | gPROMS ProcessBuilder [PSE Hammersmith]
14:00 | Formulated Products Advisory Board meeting [Clayton Hotel Chiswick]

Evening

19:00 | [All] Welcome drinks at the Clayton Hotel Chiswick, London
Tuesday 26 March – Conference day 1 [Clayton Hotel Chiswick]
Morning 9:00 | General session – Towards a digital future
Introduction and keynotes
Refreshment break
  11:30 | Track 1
Formulated Products – Industry directions
11:30 | Track 2
Energy & Chemicals – Advanced applications
Lunch 12:30–13:30 | Lunch
13:00–14:00 | Academic poster session
12:30 | Academic Advisory Board meeting
Afternoon
14:00
14:00 | Track 1
Formulated Products – Digital Twin innovation in Pharma
14:00 | Track 2
Energy & Chemicals – Digital design I
Refreshment break
16:00 | Track 1
Formulated Products – Tech transfer using digital twins
16:00 | Track 2
Energy & Chemicals – Digital design II
17:30 | Close
Evening 19:00–22:30 | Dinner and entertainment
Wednesday 27 March – Conference day 2 [Clayton Hotel Chiswick]
Morning 9:00 | General session – gPROMS platform developments & launches 9:00 | Oil & Gas seminar
Refreshment break
11:00 | General session – PSE product launches: new ways to deploy models across the organisation
Lunch 12:30–13:30 | Lunch
13:00–14:00 | Academic poster session
12:30–13:30 | [invitation only] European gPROMS User Group Steering Committee
Afternoon
14:00
14:00 | Track 1
Formulated Products – Integrated digital design and operation
14:00 | Track 2
Energy & Chemicals – Upstream and downstream digital operations
Refreshment break
16:00 | Track 1
Formulated Products – Digitalisation in new application areas
16:00 | Track 2
Energy & Chemicals – Digital process operations
Evening 17:30 | Close 17:00 | [invitation only] Food Advisory Board meeting (17:00–19:00)

 

Detailed agenda

Tuesday 26 March – Conference day 1 [Clayton Hotel Chiswick]

General session – Towards a digital future
09:00
Welcome & introduction
Mark Matzopoulos, PSE
09:10
Digital design, digital operations: the central role of advanced process modelling in a digital world
Costas Pantelides, PSE
09:40
Keynote 1: Towards a digital design of drug products
Bob Docherty, Pfizer
10:20
Keynote 2: Intelligent Digital Operations - incorporating deep process knowledge within plant automation systems
Mathias Oppelt, Siemens
11:00
Refreshment break
Morning Track 1 
Formulated Products – Industry directions
Morning Track 2 
Energy & Chemicals – Advanced applications
11:30
Digital design and operation for the Formulated Product industries: combining mechanistic models and (big) data
Sean Bermingham, PSE
11:30
Nuclear effluents modelling: Integration using advanced process modelling
Iain Docherty, Sellafield Ltd;
Jonathan MacDonald-Taylor, National Nuclear Laboratory
12:00
How process simulation can influence the process development and control strategy of a Drug Substance asset
Flavien Susanne, GSK
12:00
Process modelling of wash-out of highly active liquor processing plant
Richard Jarvis, National Nuclear Laboratory

12:30–13:30 | Lunch
13:00–14:00 | Academic poster session
12:30–13:30 | [invitation only] Academic Advisory Board meeting

Afternoon Track 1 
Formulated Products – Digital twin innovation in Pharma
Afternoon Track 2 
Digital design in Energy & Chemicals I
14:00
Journey towards pharmaceutical digital twins at UCB
Jonathan Meyer, UCB
14:00
Supporting models with targeted large-scale laboratory experimentation
ZiBi Urban, PSE
14:30
Coupling of modelling and lab automation
Brandon Reizman, Eli Lilly & Company
14:30
Development of a process digital twin starting from a high-fidelity physical model
Siricharn Jirapongphan, SCG Chemicals;
Mayank Patel, PSE
15:00
Utilising mechanistic modelling to assist in the development of pharmaceutical drug substance processes
Sam Wilkinson, PSE;
Warren Eagles, Olga Narducci, GSK
15:00
Accelerating the next generation of vehicles: digital design of fuel cell systems
Jorge Aguerrevere, PSE
15:30
Refreshment break
Afternoon Track 1 
Formulated Products – Tech transfer using digital twins
Afternoon Track 2 
Digital design in Energy & Chemicals II
16:00
Population balance modelling to predict particle size distribution upon scale-up /tech transfer of a combined antisolvent and cooling crystallization for BMS Compound A
Tamar Rosenbaum, Bristol-Myers Squibb
16:00
Digital design of complex integrated ship systems
George Dimopoulos, DNV GL
16:30
Model-based design and scale-up of a batch high shear wet granulation process
Maitraye Sen, Eli Lilly & Company
16:30
Advanced digital design: Integrating molecular design into thermo-economic design of processes and equipment
Johannes Schilling, André Bardow, RWTH Aachen
17:00
Developing a system based model for pharmaceutical continuous direct compression – going beyond tablet assay
Gavin Reynolds, AstraZeneca
17:30 | Close 17:10 | Close
Evening – 19:00–22:30 | Dinner and entertainment

 

Wednesday 27 March – Conference day 2 [Clayton Hotel Chiswick]

General session
PSE product launches: enhanced process and materials modelling tools for digital design
Oil & Gas seminar
09:00
LAUNCH: gPROMS Platform 6.0: enhanced power and new capabilities for digital design

Christian Schulz, PSE
Applications of Advanced Process Modelling in Process Safety for Oil & Gas
09:40
LAUNCH: gPROMS Properties – towards an integrated materials modelling platform
Tom Lafitte, PSE
10:20
Refreshment break
10:50
LAUNCH: The gPROMS Digital Applications Platform – a framework for integrating high-fidelity models and data
Costas Pantelides, PSE
11:25
LAUNCH: The gPROMS Web Applications system – browser-based technology for leveraging modelling investment to users throughout the organisation
Chritian Schulz, PSE
12:00
PATH: an industry/academia/PSE initiative to integrate modelling and digital design perspectives within undergraduate teaching
Mark Matzopoulos, Pieter Schmal, PSE;
Eva Sorensen, UCL;
Ben Weinstein, P&G;
Michael Georgiadis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

12:30–13:30 | Lunch
12:30–13:30 | [invitation only] European gPROMS User Group Steering Committee
13:00–14:00 | Academic poster session

Afternoon Track 1 
Formulated Products – Integrated digital design and operation
Afternoon Track 2 
Energy & Chemicals – Upstream and downstream digital operations
14:00
Supporting the control strategy for a pharmaceutical product in a continuous direct compression process using a fundamental model
Sal Garcia, Eli Lilly & Company
14:00
gPROMS ProcessBuilder 1.4 – streamlining engineering workflows
Maarten Nauta, PSE
14:30
Creation of a robust control system from a digital twin
Andy Mitchell, Perceptive Engineering
14:30
Optimal operation of complex gas-oil separation networks
Javier Rodriguez, PSE
15:00
How can Advanced Process Modelling reduce time to market and increase efficiency in Pharma
Ivo Backx, Siemens AG
15:00
Digital operations tools for integrated oil & gas field production optimisation
Nick van der Kolk, Siemens;
Kevin Wade, PSE
15:30
Refreshment break
Afternoon Track 1 
Formulated Products – Digitalisation in new application areas
Afternoon Track 2 
Energy & Chemicals – Digital process operations
16:00
gPROMS FormulatedProducts libraries for the food and dairy industries: combining science and experimentation
David Slade, PSE
16:00
Applying a digital twin for high-fidelity modeling and optimisation of ADNOC natural gas recovery plants
Adel Seif El Nasr, ADNOC;
James Marriott, PSE
16:30
A digital twin for fermentation process improvement-optimisation
Deenesh K. Babi, Novo Nordisk A/S
16:30
gPROMS Utilities – providing operators with optimal choices
Bart de Groot, PSE
17:00
A workflow for digital design and scale-up of agitated filter dryers
Ioannis Fragkopoulos, University of Leeds
17:00
The gPROMS Reactor Digital Twin – monitoring, optimisation and decision support for operators using high-fidelity models
Sang Phil Han, PSE APAC
17:30 | Concluding remarks 17:30 | Concluding remarks
Evening – 17:00 – 19:00 | [invitation only] Food Advisory Board meeting

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