turn your laboratory into a data-driven knowledge center
The Paperless Lab Academy is the ideal learning platform for all companies that own a laboratory, involved in running, consolidating, integrating or simplifying laboratory data management processes.
Everything you always wanted to know about Lab Information Management
Once again, we´re setting the stage for discussions on strategies and implementation of 21st-century technologies in your laboratory.
We work on an agile combination of future horizon views - already running in some industries - and tangible real cases on how to solve today’s concerns.
WHAT WOULD YOU LEARN
- About the future of the laboratory within the industry 4.0
- Demystification of the Cloud-based solutions
- Business decisions and companies’ processes supported by scientific data management
- The relevance of a data transfer strategy when replacing solutions
- The reality of the IoLT (Internet of Lab Things)
- How to apply the FAIR principles and secure your data
- Why archiving is the beginning and not the end of a solid #eDataLifeCycle
- Practical sessions on Audit trails, data integrity, and new Compliance guides
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Industries that significantly benefit from the Paperless Lab Academy congress include: Pharmaceutical, Lab Services, Biotech, Food & Beverage, Consumer Goods, Cosmetic, Chemical, Oil & Gas
People visiting us every year range from Laboratory Directors and Managers, Operational Excellence, IT Business Partners, QC, and QA Management, Research departments, and Manufacturing
Presenting: Peter E. Cohan, principal at Second Derivative
Peter comes over to Europe and offers a unique opportunity to get introduced to GREATDEMO! strategies.
Improve your demos and your demo skills. The 4h workshop is specifically focused on organizations providing software for the paperless lab arena. You’ll learn how to apply the surprisingly effective “Do the Last Thing First” strategy to your own demonstrations – an approach that has been delightfully validated in studies of 67,149 demos by Gong.io.
* The registration to the training is not restricted to the companies sponsoring the event. Any provider delegates can register. Note that registration to the training doesn´t include access to the Congress
Presenting: Roberto Castelnovo, Owner at NL42 Consulting
Roberto Castelnovo shares its professional expertize and experience in driving successful projects. Learn how to design the most adequate digital transformation strategy for your needs in practical sessions. When it comes to digital transformation projects that aim for flawless paperless laboratory processes a good preparation is key. Such preparation requires considering several parameters such as change management, scope, technical and users requirements, business priorities and corporate commitment.
* Note that registration to the training doesn´t imply registration to the 2 days congress too
Presenting: Isabel Muñoz-Willery Ph.D. & Roberto Castelnovo, owners & organizers at NL42 Consulting | Paperless Lab Academy
Isabel and Roberto are entrepreneurial persons involved in paperless laboratory processes projects. Coming from international managerial roles with strong domain knowledge in laboratory processes, laboratory automation, laboratory informatics, and project management, they launched their personal project, NL42 consulting, by 2012. Soon their own customers were asking for better visibility of the industry solutions and learn about the latest technological trends and best-recommended methodologies.
Along the time, the Paperless Lab Academy has become the platform where to find the answers.
Presenting: Sergio Nasi, Head of IT RDM LIMS Services at Boehringer Ingelheim
Sergio has been in the laboratory informatics business since the year 2000 and worked predominantly in the Laboratory Information Management Systems domain ever since, in several companies and under various roles: developer, consultant, business analyst, project manager, and team lead. Having a passion for cats and technology, Sergio thinks that an innovation-driven pharmaceutical corporation and a top player in the Animal Health business just seems the right place to be. Recently achieved a key milestone by revamping the Biopharma LIMS program, a key component of the corporate strategy.
Presenting: Pat Pijanowski, Managing Director at Accenture Scientific Informatics Services
Mr. Pijanowski brings over 30 years of professional experience related to laboratory operations and scientific informatics. Throughout that time, Pat has served in various roles focusing on LIMS, Electronic Laboratory Notebooks, laboratory instrumentation and related scientific data systems.
Presenting: Eric Little, PhD, Chief Data Officer at Osthus
Eric Little is Chief Data Officer with Osthus, working on data science and scalable integration standards for pharmaceuticals, biotech, Life Sciences, and related industries.
Dr. Little is a recognized expert in semantic technology, Big Data, analytics applications, and formal ontology.
Presenting: Peter E. Cohan, Principal and Founder at The Second Derivative
Peter Cohan is the founder and principal of The Second Derivative , the GreatDemo! methodology focused on helping software organizations improve their sales and marketing results – primarily through improving organizations’ demonstrations. He has experience as an individual contributor, manager, and senior management in marketing, sales, business development, and as a member of the C-suite. He has also been and continues to be, a customer.
Presenting: Markus Ruffener, Head of Informatics LCMB, Lonza
Upgrading global informatics platforms present a variety of challenges that must be managed by the project team. During this presentation, we will discuss how we approached this and provide our experience on how to manage a project of this size, especially when consolidating data from multiple instances to bring the business into the data-driven future
Presenting: Peter Walgemoed, Founder at Carelliance
Peter founded Carelliance in 2000. Carelliance is specialized in long term data curation for healthcare and life sciences. As its name suggests it's an alliance/network company that links organizations and is driven by trust in medical communications. Recent activities have been with iMMovator to develop the Dutch Health Hub and Erasmus MC to develop a data-driven Genetic Lab service organization. Carelliance supports trusted data service organizations with platforms based on open/standard interfaces. This enables co-operatives to share their data assets with their clients and allows secondary use of data for benchmarking big data analysis and discoveries.
Moderated by Peter Boogaard, CEO at Industrial Lab Automation
Before catching the bus to the airport, you´ll need to fasten your seatbelts.
You are invited for the #eDataLifeCycle PLA Voting EXPERIENCE.
This year’s Panel Forum invites all delegates to participate and share their input using a real-time voting process. The forum session is expected to be lively, provocative and interactive. We will include statements and observations from both PLA session days. As usual, the multi-disciplinary forum members like to be challenged!
agenda subject to changes