NIIMBL Big Data Program Workshop

Biomanufacturing, Biopharmaceutical

University of Delaware Audion at STAR Tower
100 Discovery Blvd #800
Newark, DE 19713
United States

March 15, 2023: Open to NIIMBL members, non-members, and federal stakeholders

March 16, 2023: Open to NIIMBL members and federal stakeholders only

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Our ongoing NIIMBL Big Data Program is focused on enabling biomanufacturers to harness the power of data to make informed decisions in real-time to deliver an adaptive control methodology for protein therapeutics.

Workshop Goals

To further enhance the value to the biopharmaceutical community, NIIMBL will host a re-envision workshop to collaboratively identify future areas of focus for the Big Data program. The aim of the workshop is to enhance both internal and external collaboration to deliver high value products to utilize big data in the areas of product design, quality operation, manufacturing operations, technology transfer, facilities and engineering, and supply chain.

Who Should Attend

NIIMBL is seeking experts from biopharmaceutical manufacturing, technology development, CDMOs and others to understand how data can simplify and optimize the the life cycle of biopharmaceutical manufacturing. Working collaboratively, participants will create a framework for applying big data in biomanufacturing.

No graduate students will be permitted to attend.

Why Attend

All in-person and virtual participants will have the chance to actively engage in idea generation.

In-person participants will have the opportunity to network with experts in their field and directly contribute to establishing a NIIMBL Big Data Program roadmap.

Learn More About the Big Data Program

To gain knowledge on the current activities within the NIIMBL Big Data Program please visit our webinar recording here and our upcoming webinars on glycan analytics and control (February 22, 2023) and biomanufacturing process ontology (March 1, 2023). Register for these webinars here.

A Note Regarding In-person Attendance

NIIMBL anticipates that most in-person registrations will be accepted. Due to space constraints and to ensure diverse perspectives from different stakeholder groups within our ecosystem, there may be instances in which an in-person attendee will be asked to attend virtually. In these cases, NIIMBL will contact you and automatically add you as a virtual registrant.