Bringing deep process knowledge to digitalisation

The Advanced Process Modelling (APM) Forum is the world's premier event aimed at bringing deep process knowledge to digital design and digital operations in the process industries. It focuses on practical, effective and well-established approaches that enable process organisations to generate new value and competitive advantage rapidly and with confidence.

The 2019 Forum 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.

The Forum, to be held on 26 – 27 March 2019 at the Clayton Hotel in London, will include customer and PSE presentations on the latest developments in Advanced Process Modelling and its application within design and operations in tracks focusing on the Oil & Gas, Chemicals & Petrochemicals, Life Sciences, Food & Dairy, Home & Personal Care and Energy & Environment sectors.

Optional workshops on PSE’s gPROMS FormulatedProducts and gPROMS ProcessBuilder will take place on Monday, 25 March.

Come to the Forum to learn more about how this key technology is creating new value and competitive advantage throughout industry from leading innovators in companies as diverse as AstraZeneca, Danone, Shell, GSK, Pfizer, ExxonMobil, Procter & Gamble, SCG Chemicals and Sellafield Ltd.

Highlights of the 2018 Forum included:

  • GSK's keynote on digital design in the pharma industry
  • Ben Weinstein of Procter & Gamble on 20 years of leadership in model-based innovation for Home & Personal Care.
  • Suracha Udomsak, R&D Director of integrated Thai petrochemicals company SCG Chemicals, on the key role of model-based technologies in SCG's innovation programme
  • Mathias Oppelt of Siemens on a vision and practical implementation for high-fidelity models within digitalisation strategies
  • ExxonMobil on modelling for polymer plant design
  • GSK on efficient design of robust continuous drug substance manufacturing processes
  • PSE on the new high-performance computing capabilities within gPROMS, and new tools for web-based delivery of high-fidelity models to users across the organisation
  • Use of oral absorption modelling for preclinical candidate selection
  • Many speakers on leveraging R&D knowledge and evolving digital design to digital manufacturing processes
  • Roche on crystallization & wet milling applications

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