IMA Life will be present at the 2016 PDA Europe Conference
IMA LIFE, leader in the field of aseptic processing, filling technology and freeze drying solutions, is pleased to be participating in the 2016 PDA Europe Conference on “Pharmaceutical Freeze Drying Technology”, which will be held at the Hilton Strasbourg Hotel, on 27-28 September 2016.
This annual conference provides intensified and science-based discussions between experts from all areas of lyophilisation, covering various technical and regulatory aspects regarding the complex freeze drying process, thus giving all attendees the opportunity to review current state of the art.
Even this year this two-day event will be filled with presentations introduced by some of the leading academic, industrial researchers and regulatory experts in lyophilization science.
Detailed knowledge can be gained on current issues of the field such as scaling-up, manufacturing, technology transfer and production control. New developments and technologies will be deeply discussed, focusing on main topics such as spray freeze-drying, ice-fog nucleation and automated loading & unloading concepts. This event once again will offer plenty of opportunities to get in touch with experts for networking and discussion.
In addition to the Conference technical presentations, the following two days (29-30 September) will be dedicated to a full Education Program on Freeze Drying Processes.
Be sure to not miss IMA LIFE novel papers on “Case Study on the Evolution, Upgrade and Performance of a Lyo Plant with the Aim to Achieve 100% Green Alternative” which will be introduced at the “Session 1: Current Topics on Manufacturing” on Tuesday, September 27 at 09:50 a.m. , on “Continuous Development of PAT Tools to Better Understand the Freeze Drying Process Cycle”, to be presented at the “Session 2: Process Control” on Tuesday, Septenber 27 at 11:20 a.m. and on “Freeze Dryer Equipment Limit Characterization: Eliminating Trial-and-Error in Scale-up”, which will be held at the “Session 5: Trends, Future, New Concepts”on Wednesday, September 28 at 10:45 a.m.