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IFPAC 2021- International Forum for Process Analysis & Control
February 28 - March 5
A leading conference in Process Analytical Technology (PAT), Process Analysis & Control, and
Advanced Manufacturing Science, IFPAC benefits the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, generic,
chemical, petrochemical, and related industries. IFPAC-2021 will provide resources, and a
global community with over 40 powerful sessions and 100’s of expert speakers covering the
latest trends and real-life applications in the field of process analytical chemistry.
This fully interactive virtual meeting format will include important research, technological advances, case studies, lessons learned, and the latest in regulatory guidance, standards & controls. The
impacts of COVID will be intertwined within our comprehensive program from new courses of
action to overcoming the challenges presented by this pandemic within development,
manufacturing, process monitoring, quality assurance, the supply chain, and more. For over 30
years, IFPAC has brought together experienced professionals & the next generation of leaders.
Engaging sessions with insightful topics and important updates will cover the latest in
continuous manufacturing, real time analytics, residence time distribution approaches, the
KASA Initiative, Industry 4.0, rapid response manufacturing, portable & point of care
manufacturing, data integrity & knowledge management, risk management, data driven
solutions & modeling based analytics, continuous process verification, product robustness,
MS&T of Biologics, cell & gene therapies, advanced bio-manufacturing innovation, biosimilars,
the business case for PAT, and more; plus various analytical technologies, control strategies,
Exciting sessions developed for the Chemical & Petrochemical Industries and cross-industry
discussions include Advanced Separations, Wireless Technologies, Portable/Handheld & Small
Footprint Instrumentation, Process Raman, Chemometrics, Spectroscopic Applications &
Solutions, Information Architecture, Inferential Sensors, Laser Implementation, and Sampling &
Process Sensor Developments for Process Optimization.