2019 ISPE Aseptic Conference

Next Steps in Future of Aseptic Processing: Containment, Multi-Product Facilities, & Robotics

The 2019 ISPE Aseptic Conference, now in its 28th year, is THE must-attend event of the year for pharmaceutical professionals who focus on aseptic processing. This year's conference will bring together industry, regulatory, and academic leaders to share their expert insights through case studies and interactive discussions.

Join us for our Annual Interactive Regulatory Panel and these dynamic sessions:

  • Annex 1 Hot Topics
  • Aseptic Cell and Gene Therapy
  • Aseptic-Robotics in Cleanrooms
  • Expanding Robotics Applications
  • Facility Upgrades and Expansions
  • Gloveless Isolators and Dose Control
  • Product Development and Disposables
  • The Use of Robots in Aseptic Processing
  • Advanced Technologies for Legacy and Future Facilities
  • Preventing Cross Contamination in Shared Equipment and Facilities

Conference Highlights


Why Attend?

Speakers

Game-Changing Speakers

tLearn from and interact with 40+ industry and regulatory organizations, including FDA, Bayer AG, Fresenius Kabi USA, NNE, Patheon, and more! 

Networking

Strategic Networking

Connect with a global aseptic audience representing 80 organizations and 12 countries during small group discussions and 5 hours of dedicated networking time.

Technology

The Latest Advancements

Hear about the progress of advanced barrier technologies, cell and gene therapy production systems, and robotics in cleanrooms. Learn about leading-edge technologies/services in our exhibit hall.

Training

Actionable Education

Gain actionable strategies from engaging education sessions, including discussions on facility upgrades, cross-contamination, and the event favorite—interactive regulatory panel. Plus, 4 post-conference in-depth training courses.


Who Should Attend?

  • Sterile products processing Community of Practice participants
  • Engineering system owners or project managers responsible for aseptic processing equipment
  • Validation personnel responsible for aseptic processing equipment qualification
  • Quality assurance personnel responsible for maintaining the integrity of aseptic systems
  • Equipment manufacturers and suppliers providing state-of-the-art aseptic technology including robotics
  • Aseptic manufacturing subject matter experts and management
  • Aseptic processing consultants and regulatory specialists
  • Manufacturers of design, facilities, building, commissioning, and validation
  • Plant managers
  • Quality systems/assurance and quality control (QA/QC)
  • Engineering sterility assurance
  • Small-scale facilities and compounding pharmacies

Program Committee

NAME
Jörg Zimmermann
Vice President
Bereichsleiter Vetter Development Service
Vetter Pharma-Fertigung GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
NAME
Hite Baker
Principal Process Engineer
DME, USA
NAME
Richard Denk
Director Sales Containment
SKAN AG
NAME
Klaus Ullherr
Senior Product Manager
Robert Bosch Packaging Technology GmbH
NAME
Christa Meyers
Senior Pharmaceutical Engineering Specialist
CRB
NAME
Michael Faia
Associate Director
Project Management, Jazz Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
NAME
Matthew VonEsch
AVP
Xeno and Regenerative Medicine Operations, United Therapeutics Corp.
NAME
Walt Senour
Principal Process Engineer
Retired