Connectivity & Collaboration Track

 

Connectivity & Collaboration (Room Rio), Tuesday 7 June 2022

Hal Stern
09:05

How do you build a digital ecosystem with multiple participants which enables interoperability, achieves scale, and drives innovation?

  • Outlining the main drivers spearheading the digital transformation in R&D
  • Building an architecture both internally and alongside partners to foster collaboration and deploy advances across the value chain: from discovery to commercial
  • Designing a system which is impactful, intuitive, connected, and intelligent to then reveal new connections, drive better decisions, enabling and creating new approaches to discovery
Panel discussion
09:30

The concept ‘lab of the future’ is not new, so why does this vision elude us?

  • Increasing collaboration of all stakeholders and disciplines: instead of silos we needto build bridges to interact
  • Practically applying digitalization: we need to get to know the digital tools and possibilities available for scientists and we need to learn how to apply them for our lab of the future
  • Manage the change professionally: change causes resistant as a natural reaction, so we need to pay attention and action for professional change management
  • Do not try to define your lab of the future at the micro-level but establish a robust and flexible ecosystem, that can be adapted continuedly to your needs
Connectivity & Collaboration (Room Rio)
11:25

Chairs opening remarks

Etzard Stolte
Connectivity & Collaboration (Room Rio)
11:30

Uniting a global organisation through Agile

Ivona Vuletic
Connectivity & Collaboration (Room Rio)
12:00

Voice-powered digital lab assistants: a traffic hub between scientists and the cloud

  • The digital lab assistant as hub between scientists at the bench, laboratory devices and lab informatics
  • Embracing a comprehensive end-to-end connected lab strategy with a creative combination of new mobile technologies and IoT
  • Seamless data flow while preventing the creation of data silos and ensuring secure data integrity
Ilaria Lamberto
Connectivity & Collaboration (Room Rio)
12:30

What does a truly connected laboratory look like, and can this be achieved?

Baschi Dürr
Connectivity & Collaboration (Room Rio)
13:55

Chairs opening remarks

Michael Langner
Connectivity & Collaboration (Room Rio)
14:00

When laboratories become networked and interdisciplinary workplaces - approaches and challenges

  • Moving away from the subject specific lab towards a multidisciplinary way of doing science
  • Transforming the subject specific mindset; enabling greater integration and the breaking of silos
  • Examples, approaches and challenges – The multidisciplinary lab
Panel discussion
Connectivity & Collaboration (Room Rio)
14:30

Delivering efficient and sustainable labs through equipment utilisation data

  • What can equipment utilisation data tell us, and why is it valuable?
  • How are we delivering this data, and what have challenges have we faced?
  • How can we turn insights into action?
Benjamin Mintz
Connectivity & Collaboration (Room Rio)
15:30

The lab of the future is collaborative; so how can users and vendors work together to achieve this?

Baschi Dürr
Connectivity & Collaboration (Room Rio)
16:25

Chairs opening remarks

Panel discussion
Connectivity & Collaboration (Room Rio)
16:30

OPEN MIC PANEL: Ask the Board

  • In this session the audience will ask The Future Labs LIVE board to provide solutions to some of the most common challenges affecting those who want to transform how labs function
  • Come prepared with your questions
Rob Howes
17:30

Building the Lab of the Future during a pandemic

  • Challenges and opportunities presented throughout the pandemic
  • Fostering a culture of collaborations across competitors towards a common goal
  • Did we apply the principles of the lab of the future when creating the mega-lab?
Baschi Dürr
18:45

uptown Basel - drinks reception

last published: 20/May/22 13:25

Connectivity & Collaboration (Room Rio), Wednesday 8 June 2022

Panel discussion
09:05

The sustainable lab is the lab of the future – what are the business drivers behind this shift and why does it matter?

  • Considering how sustainability in R&D is critical to future business success
  • Outlining how achieving sustainability in the lab requires a comprehensive lab of the future strategy: process, data, environment and new technology
  • Recognising the value of this alignment of sustainability, productivity and innovation and what it means for those who adopt it
Panel discussion
11:30

Lab Visionary Award

  • The Lab Visionary Prize will reward that company which isn’t afraid to rethink how science is executed through the deployment of technology.
  • Judges will be looking out for:
    • What is the value each start-up isoffering?
    • How can theyintegrate products in an established corporate IT environment? How do these enable them to unlock more value out of their existing environment?
    • Are they running any pilot projects? If so, can you share this? Has the pilot been a success if so why/why not?
Connectivity & Collaboration (Room Rio)
13:25

Chairs opening remarks

Dan Ormsby
Connectivity & Collaboration (Room Rio)
13:30

From instruments to insights: end-to-end data management solution for R&D

  • Enable data access from instruments with BioBright
  • Consume instrument data in Browser/Studies Notebook
  • Perform AI and visual analytics in Vortex
Guillaume Paillard
Connectivity & Collaboration (Room Rio)
14:00

Digital chemistry in action: the lab of the future is less lab

  • Discuss how digital chemistry and digital assayenable an massive scale of exploration, hypothesis testing and optimization
  • How to bring digital chemistry alongside experimental chemistry
  • See digital chemistry in action on a use case
Guillaume Paillard, Strategic Deployment Manager, Schrodinger
Panel discussion
15:35

Delivering the science of the future through people, data, space & technology

  • Ensuring labs are designed and optimised to make the most of those working in it
  • Building an infrastructure which can handle and maximise increasing data points to get better results
  • Structuring processes so these are optimised to speed up development
  • Considering how changes in science impact spaces and technologies
last published: 20/May/22 13:25