APACT 16 took place at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Chester on 20th - 22nd April 2016. Three pre-conference courses were delivered on 19th April.
Confirmed Invited Speakers
Sean Goodhart, BP, UK - “Play chess in 3D: solving multivariate constrained optimisations involving people, process and plant technology”
Martin Warman, Vertex Phamaceuticals - "PAT for In Process Control (IPC) and Real Time Release Testing (RTRT) in DP Continuous Manufacturing"
Mary Beth Seasholtz, Dow - "Using data to make money in the chemical industry: Success stories and challenges"
Richard Bourne, University of Leeds, UK - “Strategies in rapid reaction optimisation using flow reactors”
Walter Broeckx, Procter & Gamble, Belgium - “PAT in manufacturing of fast moving consumer goods. Perfect! And how do I convince the different stakeholders?“
Peter Hamilton, GlaxoSmithKline, UK - "PAT in continuous API manufacturing - an industrial case study"
Sergei Kazarian, Imperial College London, UK - “Spectroscopic imaging for process analysis”
Dave Lovett, Perceptive Engineering, UK - “Frugal Engineering ….. for Advances in Process Analytics and Control Technologies (APACT)”
Alison Nordon, University of Strathclyde, UK - “What can NMR offer process analysis?”
Graham Cook, ASTM E55, UK - "Why are standards relevant to process analysis and control?"