With in-person conferences and trade shows still on hiatus, we have two exciting virtual events planned for July! We look forward to connecting with each of you again soon.
For more information on either event, please reach out to us with your questions.
Stop by the Virtual ICQ Booth at the PDA Annual Meeting
July 20–22, 2020
The 2020 Parenteral Drug Association Annual Meeting will be held virtually this year, allowing all attendees to participate fully and safely. Our virtual ICQ booth will be full of great information, new educational content, and prizes for attendees. Be sure to “stop by” and check it out!
We’re looking forward to engaging in commissioning, qualification, and validation discussions with event attendees via the live chat feature. Visit the ICQ booth at the following times to start a chat with one of our CQV experts.
- Monday, July 20th
- 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
- Tuesday, July 21st
- 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
- Wednesday, July 22nd
- 10:00 a.m. – 3:45 p.m.
We will also be giving away Amazon gift cards to booth visitors daily. To find us, login to the virtual conference, click to enter the Exhibit Hall, and look for the ICQ logo.
Join Us for a Live Webinar with Yokogawa
Integration of Soft-Sensor Technologies with CHO-Cell Predictive Models for Improved Bioreactor Automation & Process Control
Wednesday, July 29, 2020
11:00 a.m. Eastern, 8:00 a.m. Pacific
ICQ’s Mike Bogan joins Yokogawa’s Paul Cizdziel for an interactive presentation on the challenges of real-time interpretation of information from soft-sensor technologies and integrating all essential components.
Get a first-hand look at next-generation integrated systems and algorithms for CHO cell expression of biologics. New protocols and tools can precisely align real-time sensor data with off-line biochemical assays to eliminate the need for repeated sample testing and provide real-time data to drive precision process control.
Explore a self-learning, predictive-control algorithm that enables continuous glucose adjustment for higher cell counts, better viability, and improved biologic yield.
What you’ll learn:
- Critical considerations in soft-sensor use that impede adoption of spectroscopic technologies for real-time process control
- How calibration with off-line assays has been simplified with software to produce accurate cell models with minimal effort
- How dynamic predictive control for glucose feeding can affect bioreactor performance and biopharmaceutical integrity
Can’t attend the live event? Register now to receive the on-demand viewing link after the session.