Welcome to Europe’s BIGGEST and LEADING Disposable Solutions Event!
Achieve Operational Excellence in Biomanufacturing with Single Use Technologies
By 2021 the knowledge and application of Single Use Systems will equal and even exceed that of Stainless Steel today. Where Disposable products and Single Use Technologies are becoming more widely used that ever before, this revolution has led to more questions than answer.
In 2017, the 9th Annual event will bring you presentations from the main regulatory organisations plus panel discussions and case studies covering all aspects of disposables. Hear how to tackle all challenges from Particulates, Extractables and Leachables, System integrity, Implementation and more. This is the ONLY event that focuses on Single Use Technologies in biomanufacturing.
For all your single use system questions, Disposable Solutions for Biomanufacturing Europe 2017 has the answer!
2017 Speakers Include
Principal Process Engineer
Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies
GMP Production Manager
Factory Sales Manager
Head of Production
Senior Global Product Manager
Strategic Solutions Leader Bioprocess
Bioprocess Specialist USP
CEO and Founder
In vitro Plant-tech
Walter Biotech Consultancy
Deputy Head Cell Cultivation Technique
ZHAW Life Sciences and Faculty Management
Head of Pilot Plant
Founder and Director
Ph.D. Vice-Chair, USP Packaging & Distribution Expert Committee
Chair, ASME-BPE Polymer Materials Subcommittee, Life Sciences Business Development Engineering Manager, Entegris. Inc.
Sr. Manager MSAT- Manufacturing Technologies - Single-use systems
Technical Lead, Manufacturing Sciences & Technology
Manager, Process Engineering & Downstream Development,
Senior Process Validation Engineer
Market Manager Life Sciences
Parker Hannifin Manufacturing Ltd
EASE Project Director
University of Strasbourg
Senior Sourcing Group Manager of Bioprocessing
Our expert case studies and interactive sessions will help you to:
- Ensure compliance and update yourself on the critical interpretation of new regulations with exclusive presentations from USP, BPOG, BPSA and ASME
- Improve your biomanufacturing process and plan for future single use innovations through technical case studies.
- Develop risk-based strategies for implementing disposable solutions in your commercial manufacturing process
- Overcome key challenges that surround disposables and single use systems including system integrity, Extractable and Leachable testing and standardisation and enhance your own operation
- Discover how to achieve the best strategy for implementation of disposable products and overcome the challenge of single use systems from multiple suppliers
Whatever your role in the biopharmaceutical industry you are sure to benefit from the many presentations, interactive discussions, technology demonstrations and case study sessions.
For all your single use system questions, Disposable Solutions for Biomanufacturing 2017 has the answer!
What Others Have to Say
"Conference of this size usually provides the best mix of learning and discussion"
"All speakers were excellent and there was a great diversity in the topics covered”
"Overall a very good selection of different speakers and topics…get all news around Single Use Technology…Good opportunity to network "
“Extractables and Leachables topic was very relevant”
Hot Topics in Single Use Systems
In this eBook, we have gathered together content in a variety of formats: articles, interviews, videos and columns on the key topics in single use systems. Starting with industry overview articles, we build up to slightly more complex topics such as risk management and finally an interview with Alain Pralong, a speaker at the Disposable Solutions for Biomanufacturing Conference..
Standardisation within Single Use Systems
A dominating focus for today’s single use systems in biomanufacturing is the road towards standardisation between equipment suppliers. The absence of standardisation between single use system suppliers is seen as a key discourager to end users despite the many advantages the format provides to the pharma and biotech production process.