Emily Kerle is a chemical engineer working in the Technology translation group at GSK, a global healthcare company. They look at innovative manufacturing technologies and try to translate them into their business. Emily will introduce their vision on modular manufacturing and provide a recent example from their manufacturing.
Rob van Dongen is a Senior Basic Design engineer at Zeton, a leading designer and builder of pilot plants. Zeton have been working closely with the pharmaceutical sector on developing modular manufacturing concepts and improving technologies to a state that satisfies the customer. Rob will talk about how they translate the requirements from the customers to develop a solution and discuss issues with the modular concept.
Nicola Jones is a chemist and the marketing manager at Perceptive Engineering, a provider of software tools and expertise. Perceptive Engineering provides integrated process monitoring and control for various sectors, including the pharmaceutical sector. Nicola will give an overview of their journey as they were acquired by Applied Materials last year. David Lovett is the Chief Strategy Officer at Perspective Engineering. David will provide an overview of their modular manufacturing projects.
Harvey Branton is the Head Of Technology (Biologics) at Centre for Process Innovation Limited (CPI), a UK-based technology innovation centre and part of the HVM Catapult Centres. Harvey will give an overview of the background into how the area of biologics can benefit from flexible manufacturing. Abby Clark is a degree level apprentice in biotechnology at CPI. Abby will provide an insight into the benefits of continuous manufacturing.
As with our previous webinars there will be networking at the end – an opportunity to find collaborative partners & inspiration, and to share what you do.