At IMA, we believe in sharing knowledge and innovation.
This is why we decided to get closer to our users, customers and partners in this particular delicate moment by opening all our webinars for the next two weeks. Technological and industrial solutions for Pharma, Food, Coffee and more at a click.
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IMA dedicated a two-days event to the latest developments in the field of Continuous Manufacturing with speakers representatives from FDA, MIT, ISPE, CONTINUUS Pharmaceuticals, Patheon, Johnson & Johnson, Teva, Emerson, Colorcon.
The event was broadcasted in Live Streaming on IMA TV and starting from now every speech is available on demand.
Alan Johnston is Senior Life Sciences Consultant at Emerson’s Global consultancy team. He has spent a majority of his career in the Life Sciences industry with a broad range of technical and business experience across production, automation and digitalization including Primary, Secondary and Vaccine manufacture. He has previously held senior technical roles at Siemens, Novartis Vaccines and GSK.
Frank Streil is Director Technical and Scientific Affairs at Teva/RATIOPHARM. His main interests and experience are in the field of process development and validation as well as in new technologies, PAT and Continuous Manufacturing.
Giustino Di Pretoro is Associate Director at Janssen Pharmaceutica, a Johnson & Johnson Company. He is a subject matter expert and drug product development lead for Continuous Manufacturing, and coordinator for a series of academic collaborations within the field of continuous.
Keirnan LaMarche is Senior Principal Scientist at Patheon. He is an expert in solid dosage form design, continuous manufacturing, and he received his PhD in chemical Engineering from Rutgers University in 2008. He gained 10 years of experience in solid dosage form development at Bristol-Myers Squibb.
Salvatore Mascia is the Founder and CEO of CONTINUUS Pharmaceuticals. He was the former Strategic Project Manager at the Novartis-MIT Center for Continuous Manufacturing, where he led the integration of the first end-to-end Continuous Manufacturing process for pharmaceuticals.
Guia Bertuzzi is Product Manager at IMA Active division since 2005. She has been working in mixing, granulation and powders handling systems for more than 20 years. She is expert in pharmaceutical engineering and process for Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients and Oral Solid Dosage forms.
Moheb M. Nasr managed the CDER Pharmaceutical Analysis Program at the US FDA for four years and had the lead of the CDER/FDA CMC Regulatory Program for more than eight years. He also worked for GSK as VP Global CMC Strategy. In 2018 he started his own consultancy business.
Bernhardt L. Trout is Professor of Chemical Engineering at MIT and Director of Novartis-MIT Center for Continuous Manufacturing. His research focuses on the development of advanced manufacturing processes and rational tools for formulation and product design.
How Continuous Manufacturing can improve the quality of pharmaceuticals via fully integrated technologies.
How drug quality can be monitored and improved via fully automated and Integrated Continuous Manufacturing (ICM).
How Continuous Manufacturing can improve the quality of pharmaceuticals in terms of potency, effectiveness and safety.
Who never runs into coating surface defects? Roughness, peeling, orange skin and scuffing are some of the difficulties encountered while coating tablets. Discover how to overcome these obstacles and obtain a perfectly coated tablet surface.
Review of the two most common headaches in coating processes and several variables to consider when dealing with overwetting problems. Insight from our specialists after many years of performing tests and archiving of numerous recipes.
Tablets require gentle treatment during the coating process, especially those with unsuitable technological characteristics. Machine design and adjustment of process parameters are key points to preserve the integrity of the cores. Case studies will explain how this should be handled.
A great opportunity to celebrate Petroncini’s 100th anniversary combined with the pleasure of sharing our in-depth knowledge of the coffee industry.
We expect to create a unique sharing point encouraging discussions about values, ideas and results concerning a roasting project with a common and recognisable language: that of coffee, as the core element of every processing and packaging requirement.
A journey through the roasting process to discover and manage the key drivers of the coffee beans transformation.
An overview of the coffee processing: from the coffee species to how the roasting, blending, grinding and degassing processes influence the aroma and taste of the cup.
A specific analysis of the roasting results, verifying the development of the beans in terms of yield, colour, uniformity, humidity, friability and odour.
Analysing the coffee-to-consumers production, taking into account the key factors affecting the coffee quality that are strictly linked to the consistency of the grind.
Some practical examples of how to extract the desired flavour during the coffee roasting process in order to get the desired coffee taste.
Looking in detail at the important things to know about green coffee with an overview of the equipment needed to receive and treat it.
Learning about the essentials of sensory evaluation, the coffee brewing methods and variables that affect the coffee taste.
How the PREXIMA series can drive your productivity to a higher level of efficiency in soup cubes manufacturing.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is forcing virtually all industries to evolve. In manufacturing, it will unlock new sources of value creation, reshape business models, and accelerate value-added services such as mass customization and predictive maintenance. This represents a unique opportunity and challenge for Europe: It can nurture a global competitive advantage in the manufacturing sector—but with China and the United States racing ahead in AI, it cannot afford to lose its edge by falling behind in the technology.
Born from our virtual lifeblood IMA Digital is the project to give life to digital activities and innovative services for the manufacturing world. We integrate technological know-how and new digital skills into classic production paradigms, implementing 4.0 technology and training the operators in the use of the most innovative virtual tools.