The 2024 ISPE Facilities of the Future Conference brings together pharmaceutical industry stakeholders, particularly those concerned with planning, designing, constructing, manufacturing, supplying, and assessing innovative “next generation” facilities and related pharmaceutical engineering innovations, processes, and practices.
This conference will explore innovations in facility design and delivery, emerging trends in technologies, manufacturing, and support areas such as laboratories and warehousing. Also included are the ways technology and digital transformation will impact the workforce of the future, and sustainability efforts in both new and legacy pharmaceutical facilities.
Attendees will gain insight from exciting technical presentations, case-studies, and panel discussions from industry and regulatory leaders involved in the planning, building, and approving of the “facilities of the future”.
This conference brings together diverse experts to share new developments, technologies, best practices, and benchmark solutions for new and existing facilities. ISPE will be the leader to set the pace for knowledge sharing that speaks to the current and future needs of the industry.
The 2024 Facilities of the Future Conference Programme Committee is requesting proposals aligning with the following content areas; however, all proposals are welcome:
20 – 30-minute presentation, including Q&A. Presentation should focus on new and innovative technology, designs, processes, design and project delivery approaches, tools, regulatory changes and impact. Presentation may also focus on a specific real-world strategy, case study/use case, or a “how-to" presentation intended to help attendees gain a better understanding of implementing an initiative into day-to-day manufacturing objectives.
Rapid-fire, Hot Topic Sessions are 30-minute sessions focused on a high-level overview of innovative technology, designs, processes, design and project delivery approaches, tools, regulatory changes and impact. These sessions are designed to be both cutting-edge and highly focused, requiring the presenter to share ideas and achieve learning objective(s) in 20 minutes, with the remaining 10 minutes open for interactive discussion. These sessions are intended for one speaker but if the topic warrants, can have a maximum of two (2) speakers.