Symposium on Analytical Data Digitization and Knowledge Management, June 25, 2019 | ACD/Labs
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Symposium on Analytical Data Digitization and Knowledge Management

June 25, 2019
Sheraton Frankfurt Airport Hotel & Conference Center, Frankfurt, Germany
10:00–17:30 CET

Join us in Frankfurt, Germany to hear how ACD/Labs’ software is being used in R&D labs like yours to digitize and effectively manage analytical data, and increase efficiency. Learn about solutions that are providing real benefits for scientists involved in metabolite identification, NMR spectroscopy, product development, and CMC. Also, on our 25th anniversary we are proud to introduce ground-breaking, web-based software in support of high throughput experimentation—be among the first to see the software in action.

Network with colleagues and peers, and use this opportunity to provide feedback about how ACD/Labs can help address your most complex challenges through future developments.

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Time Topic
10:00–10:15 Welcome—25 Years Supporting Innovation in R&D
10:15–10:45 Data Utilization and the Future of Industrial Informatics: Practical Considerations to Maximize Value
Andrew Anderson, Vice President, Innovation and Informatics Strategy, ACD/Labs
10:45–11:15 Luminata—Decision Support for CMC in Product Development
Joe DiMartino, MSc., Solution Area Manager, Luminata, ACD/Labs
11:15–11:30 Coffee Break
11:30–12:00 Increasing Efficiency in the MetID Lab by Digitalization
Karl Schmeer, Ph.D., Head of Metabolism, Grünenthal
12:00–12:30 MetaSense—Software for Accelerated and Comprehensive Metabolite Identification
Michel Riese, Ph.D., Application Scientist, ACD/Labs
12:30–13:30 Lunch
13:30–14:00 Handling Structural and Analytical Data in Phytopharmaceutical Research
Zarko Kulic, Ph.D., Deputy Head of Preclinical Research, Section Phytochemistry, Dr. Willmar Schwabe
14:00–14:30 ACD/Structure Elucidator under industrial real-life challenges
Dieudonné T. Tshitenge, Ph.D., NMR Lab Leader, Bayer AG
14:30–15:00 The Latest Developments in Analysis Workflows and Chemical Knowledge Extraction using NMR
Dimitris Argyropoulos, Ph.D., NMR Business Manager, ACD/Labs
15:00–15:30 Coffee Break
15:30–16:00 NMR Data Management—From Paper to Database
Felix C. Niemeyer, Ph.D., NMR Lab Manager, Universität Duisburg-Essen
16:00–16:30 From Design to Decide in High Throughput Experimentation with Katalyst D2D
Andrew Anderson, Vice President, Innovation and Informatics Strategy, ACD/Labs
16:30–17:30 Closing Remarks, Networking Session

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