26 February - 1 March | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Conference Day 1

8:30 am - 9:00 am Registration and Coffee

9:00 am - 9:05 am PharmaIQ Welcome

9:05 am - 9:15 am Chairman's Opening Address

9:15 am - 10:00 am Implementing The Disposable Facility Of The Future

Robin Boodhoo - Manager of Continuous Improvement Sanofi
-Learn how single use systems can be implemented with sustainability and life cycle management in mind
-Discuss the challenges associated with following a greener approach
-Evaluate how disposables products can really become disposable and gain a greener approach 
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Robin Boodhoo

Manager of Continuous Improvement
Sanofi

10:00 am - 10:40 am Case Study: From Traditional Manufacturing to 100% Single Use Technology In 10 Years

Erik van Veldhoven - Head Vaccine Launch Facility Janssen
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Erik van Veldhoven

Head Vaccine Launch Facility
Janssen

Puncture strength, haze, Tg, extracts, and permeation rates are all single-use bag attributes about which end-users want data. While these are important characteristics, they are polymeric material properties that may or may not indicate actual bag performance. Ultimately, an end-user wants to know that the single-use bag will not put their process fluid at risk.  This presentation will share pH stability data from frozen sodium phosphate solution stored in single-use bags with different gas permeation rates that are subjected to CO2 gas from sublimating dry ice.

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Mike Johnson

Chair, ASME-BPE Polymer Materials Subcommittee, Life Sciences Business Development Engineering Manager, Entegris. Inc.
Entergris

11:10 am - 11:40 am Coffee Break

11:40 am - 12:20 pm Continuous or Isolated – Not Feasible Without Single Use

Klaus Kaiser - Head of Downstream Bayer
- Identify the opportunity to improve control of product quality for downstream purification, to be used for monoclonal antibodies
-Hear about the 100% disposable for in process fluids that enable closed system processing
-Learn about clinical manufacturing in multi purpose facilities where antibodies and antibody drug conjugates can be produced in the same cleanroom
-Determine how cross-contamination is prevented by single use technologies in closed systems for conjugation and purification
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Klaus Kaiser

Head of Downstream
Bayer

12:20 pm - 12:40 pm The Customised Standard Protocol - An Approach to Extractable Evaluation For Single Use Systems

Peter Schweyen - Project Manager SGS
- Determine how to introduce the standardised extractables protocol according to USP <665> and BPOG
-Highlight the advantages and limitations of standardised protocols
-Demonstrate the limits of standardised protocols
-Underline the requirement of cutomised standard extractables protocols
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Peter Schweyen

Project Manager
SGS

12:40 pm - 1:40 pm Networking Lunch

  1. Closed System Processing With Disposable Technologies
  2. Sustainable approaches to single use systems
  3. Implementing disposable systems in downstream processes
  4. Implementing disposables products in upstream processes
  5. Technology transfer across processes with SUS
  6. Standardization? How to balance SUS lead times with design flexibility and supply predictability
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Lars Hovmand-Lyster

Senior Engineering Specialist
Novo Nordisk

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John Boehm

Bioprocessing Business Unit Director
CPC

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Mark Woodyer

Technical Lead, Manufacturing Sciences & Technology
Oxford Biomedica

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Simone Biel

Field Marketing Single-Use Technology
Merck

2:50 pm - 3:20 pm Technology Showcase Day

3 of our solution providers will share their latest technology innovations to help you optimise your manufacturing processes. Take this opportunity to meet some the companies showcasing their solutions at this event!

3:20 pm - 3:50 pm Afternoon Coffee Break

3:55 pm - 4:35 pm A Risk Based Approach To Operating Closed Systems in CNC Ballroom

Lars Hovmand-Lyster - Senior Engineering Specialist Novo Nordisk
- A risk based approach to assess appropiate room classifications
-Understand the different definitions to closed system processing
-Validate and qualify system closures for manufacturing processes
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Lars Hovmand-Lyster

Senior Engineering Specialist
Novo Nordisk

4:35 pm - 5:15 pm Keynote Address: Risk Taking and Decision Making

Caspar Berry - Professional Poker Player Risk Taking and Decision Making
- Hear how to take calculated risks to create innovation in your organisation
-Take a fresh look on how to make decisions to gain a competitive edge
-Look how to approach risk and re evaluate your decision making process
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Caspar Berry

Professional Poker Player
Risk Taking and Decision Making

5:15 pm - 5:20 pm Chairman's Closing Remarks

5:20 pm - 7:20 pm Networking Drink's Reception

After a full day of case studies and round tables, join our world famous drinks reception with your peers and meet our sponsors!