The Digital Future of Process Chemistry and Technology

18 November 2022 09:00-16:00, London, United Kingdom

Join us for this year’s RSC PC&TG annual celebration on the theme of digitalization in process chemistry and technology Get answers to your questions, including:

1. What do we mean by “digital” in the context of science, engineering, R&D, and manufacturing?
2. What are the relevant digitalization technologies (machine learning, digital twins, artificial intelligence, lab automation, computational modelling, simulation, IoT, Industry 4.0, Lab 4.0)?
3. How can these technologies enable better process chemistry and technology?
4. What can we learn from examples outside of process chemistry and technology?
5. What skills will process chemists and technologists need for the digital future?

Confirmed Speakers:
Nessa Carson (AstraZeneca): Title TBC
Joan Cordiner (University of Sheffield): What  modelling insights from  industrial experience and transition to academic incorporating machine learning to develop mechanistic understanding
Jason Williams (Research Center Pharmaceutical Engineering GmbH): Incorporating Digitalization and Automation
in the Development of Flow Processes for
API Synthesis
Mimi Hii (Imperial College London): The Age of Digital Chemistry
Nicholas Jose (University of Cambridge): Applying artificial intelligence to create self-
driving chemical laboratories
Jon Paul Sherlock (AstraZeneca): Accelerating medicines development through digitalisation
Andy Maloney (CCDC): Late stage ideas from early development: how structural informatics approaches can transform pharmaceutical processes

In addition, we will be hosting a poster session, and especially encourage contributions from research students and postdoctoral researchers in this area.
Sponsorship & supporting organisations
Kindly sponsored by JMP.
The Royal Society of Chemistry

The Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, W1J 0BA, United Kingdom

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