Data Management, Standards & Analytics Track

 

Data Management, Standards & Analytics (Room Osaka), 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
Burkhard Schaefer
Data Management, Standards & Analytics (Room Osaka)
11:25

Chairs opening remarks

Matthias Schuh
Data Management, Standards & Analytics (Room Osaka)
11:30

Best of breed needs standardization - with LADS to the integrated laboratory

Sridhar Iyengar
Data Management, Standards & Analytics (Room Osaka)
12:00

Beyond results - how scientific metadata will influence labs of the future

  • What is scientific metadata and how does it impact laboratory operations?
  • What insights can be drawn from scientific metadata to drive operational excellence in labs of the future?
  • Examples of how analysis of scientific metadata has helped explain questionable data and saved time and money in the process.
Burkhard Schaefer
Data Management, Standards & Analytics (Room Osaka)
12:15

AnIML standards update

Alexandra Smith
Data Management, Standards & Analytics (Room Osaka)
12:30

Unilever Case Study Using SiLA & AnIML

  • Why Unilever Is Using Standards
  • High Throughput Rheometer Integration Case Study
  • Our Experience So Far
Burkhard Schaefer
Data Management, Standards & Analytics (Room Osaka)
13:55

Chairs opening remarks

Felipe Albrecht
Data Management, Standards & Analytics (Room Osaka)
14:00

Strategies for implementing an Analytical Data FAIR system in Pharma Research

Toby Winchester
Data Management, Standards & Analytics (Room Osaka)
14:30

Manual Sample Tracking using existing Lab 4.0 Technologies

  • Manual processes are weak links in the chain of data integrity that laboratories are working to build
  • Essential resources like manual stores and lab benches have poor sample traceability
  • Automatic sample tracking improves data integrity, traceability, efficiency and regulatory compliance
  • Today's Lab 4.0 technologies provide easy and affordable tracking for manual locations
Wolfgang Fecke
Data Management, Standards & Analytics (Room Osaka)
15:00

EU-OPENSCREEN as a collaborative platform for access to chemical biology resources and data

Ina Schiering
Data Management, Standards & Analytics (Room Osaka)
15:30

Embedding cybersecurity at the core of your business to minimise threats

Axel Wilbertz
Data Management, Standards & Analytics (Room Osaka)
16:30

FAIR is crucial to your organisations data strategy, but is it enough?

Arndt Finkelmann
Data Management, Standards & Analytics (Room Osaka)
17:00

Digital Chemistry at Syngenta From academic labs to industrial applications

  • Digital transformation in crop protection chemical research: data as driver
  • A digital platform to consistently capture and model all data related to chemical synthesis
  • Bringing recent developments into daily operations: synthesizability is key
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