Applied Monitoring and Control for Advanced Biomanufacturing
|10% Hands-on equipment demo|
|50% Hands-on software experience|
|50% Fundamentals and concepts|
|50% Industry applications|
Why should you attend?
To obtain knowledge of advanced manufacturing technologies to monitor and control biomanufacturing operations within a regulatory and industry 4.0 framework. Engage in hands-on experiences that incorporate advanced sensors, data analytics, and control strategies. Learn how to handle, condition, and analyze multivariate data matrices using commercial software packages.
Attend and you will learn
- What are Advanced Process Controls (APC) and how can we apply APC to the manufacturing of biopharmaceuticals
- Example of Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools can be used to support biopharmaceutical operations
- The intention/expectations of the PAT initiative within a scientific and regulatory context
- How to handle multivariate data as well as to generate Machine Learning descriptive/predictive process models
- The concept of “soft sensing” and how to design a soft sensor using a machine-learning algorithm
- Understand the concepts of process condition monitoring and predictive maintenance
- The basics of modeling spectroscopic data and how to generate real-time bioreactor predictive models—using Raman spectroscopy, as an example
- The different control strategies used during bio-reactions
- The differences between some of the most commonly used advanced bioprocess analyzers as well as their capabilities and limitations
- How to set-up a process analyzer to monitor a bioreactor— using Raman spectroscopy, as an example
Who should attend
Scientists, engineers or consultants working in the biomanufacturing industry with roles in:
- Process development
- Manufacturing sciences
Attend and you will receive
- 21 hours of instruction
- Notebook containing all course lecture
- Morning coffee
- Afternoon beverage break
- Certificate of attendance
Saly Romero-Torres, Ph.D.
BTEC Fellow and Senior Manager of Advanced Data Analytics at Biogen
Lead Data Scientist at Sartorius Stedim Data Analytics AB
Senior Scientist at Kaiser Optical Systems
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A 20% discount is available to:
- Employees of BMF companies
- Groups of five or more from one company registering for the same offering of this course
- Individuals registering for more than one course at a time
- Society of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology (SIMB) members
A 30% discount is available to faculty/staff working in academic environments.
A 40% discount is available for NIIMBL members for the "Hands-On cGMP Biomanufacturing of Vectors for Gene Therapy" and "Hands-on Essentials of Automation for Biomanufacturing" courses.
Check out BTEC’s professional development certificate program for an additional way to save money on short course costs.
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