Successful use of process analysis and control involves many technologies - it is truly a multidisciplinary activity.
Effective implemenation of process analysis and control into your manufacturing operations will have a major impact on your profits.
The financial, safety and environmental benefits of process analysis and control (PAC) technologies have never been more important to modern manufacturing in the pharmaceuticals, chemicals, materials, petrochemicals, biotechnology, food industries, and many others.
The benefits of in-process measurements, real-time data mining and predictive modelling include:
APACT is an open forum for the presentation and discussion of recent scientific and engineering advances relevant to process analytics and control technologies.
Plenary and keynote speakers will report recent advances in the development and application of novel process analytics, predictive modelling and control technologies, and will review the benefits achieved.
Following the success of previous conferences, APACT 18 will be a 3 day meeting featuring plenary and parallel sessions on topics crucial to the achievement of manufacturing excellence.
The programme will feature invited and contributed lectures, poster presentations and a vendor exhibition, including the unique APACT Exhibitor Showcase.
The meeting is an ideal forum for networking and information gathering on PAC. Those new to process analysis or process control will benefit from the friendly atmosphere that typifies an APACT conference.
The conference is aimed at:
Invited speakers at the conference include:
APACT '18 is open to all interested participants and will provide opportunities for academics and industrialists to present their knowledge and research to an informed multi-disciplinary audience.
The following courses will take place prior to the conference:
Introduction to Design of Experiments
Introductory Chemometrics without Equations
Batch Process Analysis and Monitoring