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BioSolve Workshop – Towards Sustainable Future Prologue

Biopharm Services are happy to announce our next web workshop.

This time, we are focusing on sustainability in our industry.

Increasingly we are asked around this topic. It is our great pleasure to announce Key Note speaker who can talk about sustainability. And the other speaker will speak about economic analysis of Intensified Process to accommodate wider audience.

As we think about sustainability, we are supporting National Trust’s (https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/features/plant-a-tree) planting tree initiative by donating 2 trees per Registered Attendees to offset some of our carbon emissions attending web workshop.

Please note in Live Q&A session, other attendees can see your signed in name and videos (if you switch on video). It works like conference rather than one way communication seminar. Once you register, you will receive further instructions.

There are few registrations available. Please select the right option for you. Also, we only accept registration forms from companies or academic institutes.

この度弊社Biopharm Serviceは再度Web Workshopを開催する運びとなりました。特に私たちの業界でSustainabilityの第一人者としてご存知の方も多いと思われますBill Flanagan氏がKey Note としてプレゼンテーションをシェアしてくれる予定です。
つきましては英語でのプレゼンテーションになりますが、質疑応答の日本語でのサポートをするため別の日にちを用意させていただきました。ご都合が宜しければどうぞご参加ください。
またこのウェビナーに参加された方一人につき弊社はNational Trustを通じ2本木を植樹させていただきます。こうすることにより少しでもCO2削減に繋げられればと思っております。

Dates

Video Only session:

27th September from 4:00pm to 5:00pm BST; 5:00pm to 6:00pm CET; 11am to 12pm EST; 8:00am to 9:00am PST

Q&A Only Session:

29th September from 4:00pm to 5:00pm BST; 5:00pm to 6:00pm CET; 11am to 12pm EST; 8:00am to 9:00am PST

Video and Q&A Session:

28th September from 1:30pm to 3:00pm BST; 2:30pm to 4:00pm CET; 8:30am to 10:00am EST

Video and partial Q&A for Japanese Speakers Session (英語でのビデオと一部のスピーカートとの質疑応答。日本語でのサポートあり):

29th September from 4:30pm to 6:00pm JST (日本時間);8:30am to 10:00am BST (英国時間)

Q&A Follow up for Japanese Speakers Session(29日後メールにて受け付けた質問に対しての質疑応答。日本語でのサポートあり):

6th October from 5:00pm to 5:30pm JST (日本時間); 9:00am to 9:30am BST  (英国時間)

Key Note Speaker

Biography:

Bill Flanagan, PhD, LCA-CP
Co-Founder & Director – Aspire Sustainability
Chair, Board of Directors – American Center for Life Cycle Assessment

Bill Flanagan is Co-Founder and Director of Aspire Sustainability, a consultancy focused on product life cycle assessment (LCA) and sustainability strategies.

He is also Chair, Board of Directors, of the American Center for Life Cycle Assessment (ACLCA), the professional membership and advocacy organization for LCA in North America.

From 2007-2017 Bill was Director of GE’s Ecoassessment Center of Excellence and was responsible for developing GE’s product sustainability strategies.

He has extensive leadership and teaming experience and has conducted LCA studies in a wide range of product categories including renewable energy (wind, solar, hydro), aircraft engines, biofuels, LED lighting, consumer appliances, batteries, locomotives, advanced materials, additive manufacturing, CNG and LNG technologies, biopharmaceutical processing, gas and steam turbines and generators, anesthesia gases and equipment, remanufacturing, medical equipment (CT, MR, digital x-ray, ultrasound), subsea oil and gas technologies, and packaging materials.

In 2014 Bill was awarded the Lifetime Individual LCA Leadership Award by the American Center for Life Cycle Assessment (ACLCA).

Bill graduated from Virginia Tech and received a PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Connecticut. He is a certified life cycle assessment professional (LCA CP).

Title: Exploring Sustainability: LCA and Carbon Footprint

Abstract: Environmental Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is a quantitative, science-based methodology for evaluating the environmental impacts of products and technologies.

An LCA typically includes all activities throughout the product or process life cycle from the extraction and processing of raw materials, production and processing activities, material and product transportation, product use, and disposal or reuse/recycling. Such a complete life cycle perspective is often named “cradle-to-grave”.

Among other uses, LCA can: identify opportunities to improve the environmental performance of products and technologies at various points in their life cycle; inform decisions (e.g., strategic planning, priority setting, and product or process design); support marketing efforts or stakeholder engagement; and more.

This presentation will provide a brief introduction to life cycle assessment and its application in several business-focused case studies.

Speakers

Biography:

Hani El-Sabbahy, PhD
Biopharmaceutical Purification Application Engineering Specialist, 3M

Dr. Hani El-Sabbahy is a Biopharmaceutical Purification Application Engineering Specialist.

As well as supporting customers by using 3M’s innovative products to improve their biopharmaceutical manufacturing processes, he has initiated and lead several research collaborations.

Hani has 15 years’ experience in bioprocess development.

Prior to joining 3M, he worked as a Senior Downstream Process Development Scientist at Actavis Biologics. Hani obtained his PhD from University College London (UCL).

His research at UCL focused on the design and characterisation of microfluidic devices for the downstream purification of microliter quantities of material.

Title: The Cost of Goods Impact of Novel Bioprocessing Solutions for Process Intensification

Abstract: Process intensification at its essence is about boosting productivity.

This productivity can be driven by: higher yields; better performing unit operations; and adopting single use technologies.

This presentation will explore how these factors impact costs of goods.

Biography:

Javier Lozano and Kevin Gibson

Head of Process Engineering UK, PM Group
And Senior Process Engineer, PM Group

Javier is a Chemical Engineer graduated from the University of Valladolid, Spain.

Javier has more than twenty years of experience in the process design of pharmaceutical facilities. His experience is a mix of site based engineering roles as well as engineering consultancy positions.

Javier is currently leading the process-mechanical department for PM Group UK operations as Head of Process Engineering. As part of this role he manages and oversees the process design of all pharmaceuticals projects managed by PM Group in the UK.

Additionally, Javier is the Single-Use Technology expert for PM Group globally and as such he gives support to projects using the technology globally across the group. As part of this role he is also the technical lead for the Standard Disposable Design, SDD(TM), initiative providing technical support and helping the SUT suppliers in the development of their solutions related to the initiative.

Kevin is a Senior Process Engineer with PM Group with ten years of experience in a variety of roles across the Biopharma sector.

He has supported a variety of assignments in process and mechanical design including process simulation and is an active participant in the BioPhorum Buffer Preparation Working Group Team.

Kevin is a Chemical Engineer graduated from University College Cork where he is currently pursuing a PhD (parttime) in the Department of Process and Chemical Engineering focusing on novel Process Developments and Critical Design Attributes in Buffer Systems for the Biopharmaceutical Industry.

Title: Single-Use Standardisation and impact in a Single-Use Facility

Abstract: The presentation will look at the benefits that the use of Standardised single use components SDD in buffer and media area, brings to a standard mAbs facility.

We will be showing the case study we have done with Biosolve to prove the benefits of this approach.

Andrew Sinclair
President and Founder, Biopharm Services

Biography:

Click here.

Andrew will give short presentation to start talking about new Sustainability Metrics in next release of BioSolve Process.

Interested?

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