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Utilizing Lab Data Automation for Chemicals and Materials R&D | Pharma iQ

  • May 25th 2021
  • 4:00pm – 5:00pm CEST
    3:00pm – 4:00pm BST
    10:00am – 11:00am EDT
    7:00am – 8:00am PDT
  • 1 Hour
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Utilizing Lab Data Automation for Chemicals and Materials R&D | Pharma iQ

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Discover how to improve operational efficiency and data quality for data-driven innovation

Join us as we demonstrate how to solve the lab data automation challenge via a unified platform covering lab data automation, flexible role and workflows configurations, and data intelligence

This webinar will take place on:
25 May, 2021 | 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm BST

A significant challenge facing chemicals and materials R&D organizations is the missing digital link between the instruments that generate data and the scientists using these data to innovate.

Instrument data are at the core of experimental work and represent the bedrock of the intellectual property an R&D organization produces. Just a fraction of these data are retained, however, with even less analyzed in their totality.

The challenge is not restricted to getting the data from instruments to a data repository, but also stems from proprietary data formats that require vendor-specific software to interpret them. This is compounded by the fact that most organizations have a multitude of complex and heterogeneous lab instruments that generate data in different formats and storage locations.

In this webinar, Max will demonstrate how to solve this important challenge with a lab data automation system which automatically ingests, interprets and processes all instrument data and stores them into a centralized cloud storage.

Sign up to this webinar to gain a greater understanding of:

  • Why getting lab instrument data to researchers is a major bottleneck and how lab data automation addresses this.
  • The importance of lab data automation for data-driven R&D.
  • How lab data automation increases data quality, experiment reproducibility and knowledge management.
  • The increase in individual productivity that lab data automation creates by automating instrument data acquisition, pre- and post-processing, and reporting tasks.

Max Petersen

Associate VP of Chemicals & Materials Marketing

Max Petersen is the Associate VP of Chemicals & Materials Marketing at Dotmatics. In this role, Max is responsible for developing Dotmatics’ strategy for the chemicals & materials industries.
Max has over 20 years of experience in informatics and simulation technologies in chemicals, materials and life sciences applications. He held business consulting and various technology leadership positions and also managed a lab automation company. He holds a Ph.D. in Physics from Fritz-Haber-Institute of the Max-Planck-Society and a masters in Physics from Technische Universität Berlin.

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Alister Campbell

Global Head of Application Science

Alister Campbell is the Global Head of Application Science at Dotmatics. He has 20 years experience in the industry with positions at GSK and Merck working as a Medicinal Chemist in Neuroscience and for the past 12 years heading up the Application Science Group working in Scientific Data Informatics. Alister has built a large global Application Science team delivering modern web-based scientific data querying, visualisation and data capture software to customers in the Pharmaceutical, Biotech and Chemicals & Materials sector. Alister has been closely involved in the development of the Dotmatics platform which has seen the business grow significantly in that time.

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