Future Labs Live 2020

4 EXCLUSIVE PANEL DISCUSSIONS. 1 AFTERNOON.

1 REGISTRATION.

 

NEW DATE: AUGUST 13TH, 2020

This August 13, we are inviting the pharma, biotech and scientific research communities to an afternoon of panel discussions on the latest developments in lab automation, digitization and facilities management - Future Labs Webinar Day. What’s more, all the learnings from these panels are completely free!

 

Your free registration will give you access to all of the following virtual panels, enabling you to sign in and sign out whenever you like. If you miss anything, don’t worry - you’ll get all the recordings afterwards! 

 

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VIEW FUTURE LABS WEBINAR DAY AGENDA BELOW

 

1:15 PM ET

Automation & Workflow:  Requirement Gathering: What Should and Shouldn't be Automated?

  • Collaboration – Is your automation team working directly with investigators to create and tweak the most helpful automated actions?

  • Robotics vs Manual - Are you selecting the right instruments for your automated system and what manual processes can you put in place before relying on devices? 

  • Scope – Are you understanding each step along the way and what is most important to your stakeholders?

Panelists include:

  • Rikke Rasmussen, Lab Automation Engineer , Pivot Bio
  • Reed Kelso, Senior Director of Laboratory Automation , Freenome
  • Anne Baldwin, Senior Automation Engineer , Insitro
                      
 
 

 

 

 

2:30 PM ET

Applying FAIR Data Principles:  Is your Data Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Ultimately Reusable?

  • What standards can be put in place to make the most of available research data?
  • Generalist repositoriy’s role in making data FAIR 
  • Making training material and documentation more accessible and reusable
  • Building community consensus to support and implement FAIR

Panelists include:

  • Christopher Erdmann, Engagement, Support, Training Expert, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill , The Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI)
  • Natasha Simons, Associate Director, Data & Services , Australian Research Data Commons
  • Daniel Bangert, Scientific Manager , Göttingen State and University Library, University of Göttingen (UGOE) and Coordinator for UGOE's contribution to RDA Europe 
  • Lars Holm Nielsen, Zenodo Service Manager and Invenio Product Manager , CERN 
  • Burkhard Schaefer, President, BSSN Software​  
 
 
 

 

 

 

3:45 PM ET

AI & Machine Learning: Demystifying Hype from Reality; Applying AI in Diagnostics, and Envisioning Realistic Applications

  • Understanding the full scope of the data to drive appropriate machine learning solutions 
  • Clinical applications to enhance current processes
  • Machine Learning and computational imagery in Microscopy

 Panelists inc lude:

  • Moderator: David Foster, VP of Data and Informatics, Metabolon  
  • William LeFew , Director, Data Science, Metabolon  
  • Nathan Kundtz, CEO, Rendered.ai          
  • John Wambaugh, Research Physical Scientist, US EPA                                                              
 

 

 

 
 

 

 

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