Webinar: From Concept to Realization: Integration Strategies for Commercial Single-Use Biomanufacturing Facilities

Sponsored by: Sartorius Stedim Biotech Integrated Solutions

Focused on:

  • Biomanufacturing
  • Integration Strategies
  • Single Use

Date: 28 September

Days to go: 6

Time: 3PM London/10AM New York

Single-use technology has been widely adopted by the biopharmaceutical industry. Thus far It has been mostly been used for the production of clinical lots. However, there is increasing interest in using single-use technology for commercial manufacturing. To achieve this aim robust integration strategies and modern project execution approaches are needed.

The appropriate design of a single-use process can lead to reduced cost of goods, but developing a single-use technology integration concept requires a deep understanding of possible technical solutions. A typical single-use engineering project begins with understanding key process requirements that lead to equipment and technology selection and the development of a process flow diagram. This is followed by the design of an optimized facility layout with a focus on process equipment and process handling needs.

In addition to the physical integration of the equipment and single-use consumables, automation integration is a key component in the design of modern single-use facilities. This webinar will describe the necessary considerations for developing a fully integrated single-use process using examples from the industry.

Register for this free webinar hosted by Sartorius Integrated Solutions to learn how having predefined automation & integration strategies facilitate biomanufacturing with single-use technologies.

Presented by

Michael Koch,

Senior Bioprocess Consultant

Michael Koch holds a Diploma in Automation Engineering from the GHK Kassel University. He has over 20 years of experience in the bioprocess engineering of upstream and downstream processes. In his current position as a Senior Bioprocess Consultant at Sartorius Integrated Solutions, Michael leads global project teams for large biopharmaceutical projects and ensures the successful implementation of single-use and hybrid projects.

Michael uses his vast experience in the execution of complex projects to address user needs based on his knowledge of market trends and available technologies. His areas of specialty include the development of bioprocess automation concepts, single-use integration, providing bioprocess consultancy and engineering design.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Importance of a developing a robust integration strategy
  • Developing commercial-scale automation strategies
  • Implementation of such a strategy
  • Learning from success stories

Audience

  • Process Development Scientists
  • Process Development Managers
  • Process Engineers
  • Engineering Directors
  • VP Operations
  • VP Engineering
  • VP Process Development; CEO
  • Automation Engineers