Speakers announced for ADDoPT Digital Design Showcase

The full speaker programme for ADDoPT's major public dissemination event, taking place on the 28th March 2019 at the Clayton Hotel,Chiswick, West London is now available.

10:00 Registration

10:15 Welcome & context -  Andy Jones, Medrus Pharma

10:30 ADDoPT overview: Motivation, Scope & Systems-based Approach -  Costas Pantelides, PSE

10:50 Overview of industrial case studies -  Richard Storey, AZ; Martyn Ticehurst, Pfizer

Digital Design - Molecular-Material level

11:00 From a large dataset of crystal structures to understanding of the chemical space of pharmaceuticals - CCDC; STFC Hartree; University of Leeds

11:20 Lattice energy predictions -  Colin Edge, GSK; Klimentina Pencheva, Pfizer

Digital Design - Particle-Product level

11:40 A DEM approach to prediction of flowability -  James Elliott, University of Cambridge

12:00 Flowability of APIs in context of continuous drug product manufacture -  Mike Tobyn, BMS; tbd, AZ; tbd, GSK; tbd, Pfizer; tbd, Hartree

12:20 Lunch, Posters & Demo Stations

Digital Design - Product-Process level

13:20 Title to be confirmed -  Kevin Roberts, University of Leeds

13:40 Mechanistic Model-based Digital Design framework for individual and integrated manufacturing steps -  Sean Bermingham, PSE; Alastair Florence, University of Strathclyde

14:00 Solid Drug Product and Process Design using Multi-Scale Interconnected Flowsheet Modelling and Global System Analysis -  Marta Moreno-Benito, Pfizer

14:20 Visualising Digital Design Workflows -  Rob Peeling, Britest; Charlie Gordon, Britest

14:40 Tea Break, Posters & Demo Stations

From Digital Design to Digital Operation

15:25 Taking mechanistic models from R&D and Engineering into Operations - Andy Mitchell, PEL; Niall Mitchell, PSE

15:45 Title to be confirmed -  Flavien Susanne, GSK

16:05 Application of hybrid models for Advanced Process Control of a Twin Screw Wet Granulation Process -  Gavin Reynolds, AZ

16:25 ADDoPT Legacy & further developments -  Bob Docherty, Pfizer

16:45 Reception - please stay for further discussions on "What next?"

17:15 Close