February 20-23, 2017
Sonesta Resort, Hilton Head Island, SC, USA
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Automatic Concurrent and Multi-Technique Structure Verification, Brent PautlerDownload
Impurity Lifecycle Management: Visualizing a Vast Array of NMR and Other Analytical Data, S. Coombes, J. Nightengale, A. Micottis, A. van Wyk, P. Russell, D. Argryopoulos, S. AlbrechtDownload
Let your Data live On: the ACD/Labs Approach to Laboratory Informatics, Maria VarlanDownload
Visualizing Large Arrays of Analytical Data in the Pharma and Chemical Industry, D. ArgyropoulosDownload
Join us for the 2017 PANIC meeting on Hilton Head Island this February. We will host our NMR Software Symposium on Monday February 20th from 4–6 PM. Hear how your peers employ ACD/Labs software in their work, and learn about tools to help you manage large arrays of data.
Monday, February 20th, 4:00–6:00 PM
Sonesta Resort, Hilton Head Island, SC
|4:00–4:10 PM||Introductions & Welcome||Dimitris Argyropoulos (ACD/Labs)|
|4:10–4:20 PM||Let your Data live On: the ACD/Labs Approach to Laboratory Informatics||Maria Varlan (ACD/Labs)|
|4:20–4:40 PM||Visualizing Large Arrays of Analytical Data in the Pharma and Chemical Industry||Dimitris Argyropoulos (ACD/Labs)|
|4:40–5:00 PM||Automatic Concurrent and Multi-Technique Structure Verification||Brent Pautler (ACD/Labs)|
|5:00–5:20 PM||Structure Determination and Confirmation: A Helping Hand||Catherine Lyall (Department of Chemistry, University of Bath, UK)|
|5:20–5:40 PM||Round Table Discussion: Practical Considerations of Non-Uniform Sampling in Routine NMR Work||Frank Delaglio (Institute for Bioscience and Biotechnology Research, NIST, USA), Dimitris Argyropoulos (ACD/Labs), Brent Pautler (ACD/Labs)|
|5:40– 6:00PM||Tools for Handling Multiple Datasets: Live Demonstration||ACD/Labs Staff|
Impurity Lifecycle Management: Visualising a Vast Array of NMR and Other Analytical Data
Steve Coombes,1 John Nightingale,1 Azalea Micottis,1 Albert Van Wyk,2 Peter Russell,2 Dimitris Argyropoulos,2 Stephane Albrecht2
Abstract: Drug Development is a process that takes years, involves dozens of chemists & analysts, and generates huge amounts of information including one and two-dimensional NMR data as well as other analytical results. There is a need to efficiently communicate all this information to all the stakeholders throughout the project duration. One of the most important parts of this process is the management of information related to the impurities that are present in the various processes. The large amount of data generated is stored in multiple computers in multiple locations. Efficiently managing this transfer of knowledge is a very important practical requirement.
1 Astra Zeneca, Macclesfield, UK
2 Advanced Chemistry Development UK Ltd., Bracknell, UK