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  • 1. DELEGATE INFORMATION PACK February 28 – March 2, 2011 Berlin Marriott Hotel, Germany www.smartlabexchange.com
  • 2. February 28 – March 2, 2011 Great place to meet and Berlin Marriott Hotel, exchange professional Germany information with important actors of the lab-IT, Scientists, IT Senior Managers, major suppliers Welcome to the 2011 Smart Lab Exchange & Consultants Following on from the huge success of the 2010 Smart Lab Exchange in Brussels, we’re delighted to announce our 6th annual event taking place on February 28 – March 2, 2011 in Berlin, Germany. Recognised Senior IT Manager for R&D, GSK Bio- as the premier European Laboratory Informatics event, the Smart Lab Exchange provides the ideal learning logicals platform for those tasked with enhancing laboratory innovation, operational excellence and automation to minimise compliance risk and improve workflow from lab bench to product release. Bringing together CIOs and Directors of Labs, IT, R&D, Quality & Compliance and Lean Six Sigma from across the most active marketplaces, the 2011 Smart Lab Exchange enables key decision makers from industries including life sciences (bio/pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device), petrochemical, biofuel, cosmetics, manufacturing, food and beverage (to name a few!), to spend three days learning from and debating with each other in an intimate environment ideal for knowledge exchange. At the 2011 Smart Labs Exchange you will gain the tools you need to drive improved performance through case studies that focus on the most value-driven, cost-effective and practical strategies for enhancing process excellence, information management and collaboration, to truly achieve a “Smart Lab” Your featured expert faculty includes: Why You Cannot Afford to Patrick Jeufraux, CIO and VP, Enterprise Integration, Mary Jensen, Director, Knowledge Management, Miss the 2011 Smart Lab Areva Renewable Energies Baker Hughes Exchange Ralph Haffner, Peter Stiefvatter, Head of Scientific Information Systems, Global IT Manager, With a number of subtle but highly impactful Roche Atotech changes taking place across the Exchange portfolio, the Smart Lab Exchange 2011 will offer Maurice Tayeh, Andrew Barendrecht, you truly unique learning & networking SVP and Group CIO, Innovation and Knowledge Consultant, Technip Shell opportunities. Don’t miss the opportunity to take advantage of: John Leonard, Robert Edwards, Principal Scientist and Head of Automation Chief Scientist, UK Food and Environment • This unique invitation-only forum featuring and Informatics, AstraZeneca Research Agency senior executives only from leading national Alexander Scheer, John Trigg, and international corporations Director, Informatics & Knowledge Founder, Management, Operational Excellence R&D, Phase4Informatics • Unsurpassed formal and informal networking Merck Serono International S.A. opportunities to share and exchange ideas and Elisabeth Goodman, concepts with your global counterparts Dr. Martin Curley, Owner and Principal Consultant, Senior Principal Engineer and Director, Intel RiverRhee Consulting Labs Europe, Intel Corporation • Benchmark your current strategies and Jared Welsh, initiatives with other leading corporations in our Burkhard Schaefer, North America Supply Chain Lead, exclusive Think Tank discussions Lead Architect, Accenture AnIML standard Alan Foreman, • Meeting the market leading service and Chris Christodoulou, European Lab Technologies Lead, solution providers relevant to your business Head of Laboratory Compliance, Accenture needs, in focused one-on-one business MedImmune Ken Rapp, meetings Mike Ludlow, President & CEO, Process and Operational Efficiency Team, Velquest • Taking part in a wide range of conference and LGC Pharmaceutical Services discussion sessions led by peer-level Michael Schmidt, Gary Bouwman, Partner, presenters, sharing case-studies, Technology Director, Lab Informatics, Lodestone Management Consultants AG best practices and unique programme updates Dow Chemical Gareth Maxwell, LIMS and Compliance Erwin von Dolling, • Your own customised itinerary. Select the Reporting Manager, Northern Ireland Water Head of IT Services EMEA and Asia, conference sessions, Think Tank discussions Cemex Greg Beeber, Director of EMEA, and business meetings that match your specific MasterControl Global Ltd initiatives and current business needs Friedrich Hübner, Business Development Manager, Osthus GmbH www.smartlabexchange.com 44 (0) 207 368 9484 exchangeteam@iqpc.com
  • 3. DAY 1 - Monday 28 February, 2011 14.00 Registration opens Monday 28 February, 2011 14.50 Event Welcome Monday 28 February, 2011 Laboratory Information Management 15.00 Chairman’s Introduction Monday 28 February, 2011 15.15 Realising information and data as a corporate asset: Creating an information Monday 28 February, 2011 governance culture in the lab (and beyond) • Applying the same management principles to data that are used to manage other corporate assets • Identifying what you need: Defining the information resource, drawing boundaries and prioritising what can and should meaningfully be used • Information and data value chains: Finding and resolving breaks in the chain • Integrating data, knowledge and information management systems • Creating a strategy: Drafting a statement of principles, setting policies and standards, and conducting an annual strategy review Maurice Tayeh, SVP and Group CIO, Technip 15.55 Smart Labs: Where Science meets informatics to deliver for customers Monday 28 February, 2011 • Understanding new generation genomic technologies generating large datasets • Enhancing handling, quality and security issues: what you need to know now • Interpreting informatics and datasets • Tailoring the offer to the customer’s needs Robert Edwards, Chief Scientist, UK Food and Environment Research Agency 16.35 Success as a matter of integration: How to leverage the R&D application value Monday 28 February, 2011 • Application integration with multiple data sources from ELN, LIMS/Lab and other solutions by a service bus concept • Enhance end user productivity by retrieval, visualization, processing and reporting in a combined system with R&D workflow orientation • Accelerate discovery processes by project workspaces and gate review support • Reduce implementation effort for project-specific requirements by a self-service approach • Protect investments by adaptive solutions based on industry standards Friedrich Hübner, Business Development Manager, Osthus GmbH 17.20 Monday 28 February, 2011 One-to-One Business Meetings 17.55 Monday 28 February, 2011 One-to-One Business Meetings 18.25 Welcome Drinks Reception & Dinner Monday 28 February, 2011 DAY 2 - Tuesday 1 March, 2011 09.00 Chairman’s Welcome & Introduction to Day Two Tuesday 1 March, 2011 Integration, Interoperability and Collaboration 09.10 The convergent lab: Accelerating discovery by enhancing data and information integration Tuesday 1 March, 2011 • Optimising processes by integrating lab operation workflows with ELNs, LIMS and other IM systems • Achieving seamless integration by enabling scientists to navigate complex information and records • Isolating the greatest challenges presented by incompatible data pools and strategising tactics to facilitate data transfer between current systems • Identifying preexisting or forthcoming solutions that promise greater data integration • Using next generation integration technologies and user interfaces to drive discovery Sponsored by Ralph Haffner, Head of Scientific Information Systems, Roche www.smartlabexchange.com 44 (0) 207 368 9484 exchangeteam@iqpc.com
  • 4. DAY 2 - Tuesday 1 March, 2011 09.55 One-to-One Business Meetings Tuesday 1 March, 2011 Welcome Drinks Reception & Gala Dinner 10.55 Accelerating time to market: Rapid process transfer from R&D to development manufacturing Wednesday 2 March, 2011 • Interfacing disparate data sources and higher-order process information management technologies to provide enterprise wide intelligence • Implementing ELNs in regulated environments • Improving efficiency and quality management for GMP API manufacturing • Streamlined batch documents: Assigning workflow and responsibilities • Devising a GMP compliant electronic records workflow John Leonard, Principal Scientist and Head of Automation and Informatics, AstraZeneca 11.40 Improving organisational agility to drive innovation and enhance information sharing Tuesday 1 March, 2011 • How to mature IM in a large enterprise –starting with the lab: Identifying opportunities to improve productivity, enable high-quality decisions and mitigate risk • Developing a framework for improved information management during a product lifecycle • Transforming the ‘data processing and administration’ function into a true IM function • Improving information transparency and organisational collaboration on a global scale Patrick Jeufraux, CIO and VP, Enterprise Integration, Areva Renewable Energies 12.25 Tuesday 1 March, 2011 One-to-One Business Meetings 13.25 Tuesday 1 March, 2011 Seated Networking Luncheon 14.25 One-to-One Business Meetings Tuesday 1 March, 2011 15.25 Cloud Computing Innovation in R&D Tuesday 1 March, 2011 Understanding the pros and cons of cloud Developing and sustaining a collaborative computing to realize maximum value learning environment • Communicating (and leveraging) key business drivers • Leveraging next generation semantic technology and to adopt cloud computing community building • Examining the challenges arising from cloud • Optimizing research processes through partnering computing implementation within a laboratory and external focus • Data management in the cloud: exploring the • Knowledge Performance Frameworks: creating limitations and the opportunities optimized knowledge environments Erwin von Dolling, Head of IT Services EMEA Andrew Barendrecht, Innovation and and Asia, Cemex Knowledge Consultant, Shell 16.10 Process Excellence Knowledge Management Tuesday 1 March, 2011 Developing a Continuous Improvement (CI) Integrating knowledge management into the culture at MedImmune: Practical steps for lab and the enterprise: Making knowledge the lab – and beyond flow through knowledge connections • Reviewing the history of CI at MedImmune and the • Facilitating knowledge flow to obtain the most value development of its operational excellence from KM programs: Why the lab environment needs programme this more than any other • Illustrating how CI has been rolled out globally across • Managing an information governance framework on research, operations and product development a global scale: • Case studies and examples of successful projects maximizing business benefit and minimising risk • Future plans: Assessing where you are, and how to • Identifying the IT tools that permit companies to plan to embed (and sustain) a Continuous “learn” what they already know and promote Improvement culture knowledge flow • Attacking on multiple fronts: Policies, roles & responsibilities, processes, technology Alexander Scheer, Director, Informatics & Knowledge Management, Operational Chris Christodoulou, Head of Laboratory Excellence Research & Development, Compliance, MedImmune Merck Serono International S.A. www.smartlabexchange.com 44 (0) 207 368 9484 exchangeteam@iqpc.com
  • 5. DAY 2 - Tuesday 1 March, 2011 16.55 Achieving the true Smart Lab: Optimising Creating the right knowledge ecosystem to Tuesday 1 March, 2011 the business value of lab informatics drive operational excellence • Identifying business practices necessary for • Identifying “at risk” knowledge areas including optimising the business value of lab informatics specific skills, experience and relationships • Ensuring business and IT alignment: Understanding • Overcoming knowledge retention challenges related “closed loop management” to multidisciplinary project teams, integrated • Running the lab like a business: Strategically processes and supply chains managing your resources • Mitigating risk with Communities of Practice (CoP), • Managing supply and demand and empowering your best-practice repositories and after-action reviews internal customers to truly achieve business value and other approaches to mitigate risk • Enhancing the implementation of continuous improvement efforts to ensure efforts are sustained long-term Elisabeth Goodman, former Business Operations Consultant, GlaxoSmithKline Dr. Martin Curley, Senior Principal Engineer and Director, Intel Labs Europe, Intel Mary Jensen, Director, Knowledge Corporation Management, Baker Hughes 17.40 Tuesday 1 March, 2011 Chair’s Closing Remarks and Exchange Adjourns 18.00 Tuesday 1 March, 2011 Free Time 19.00 Tuesday 1 March, 2011 Evening drinks reception DAY 3 - Wednesday 2 March, 2011 08.30 Chairman’s Welcome & Day One Recap Wednesday 2 March, 2011 Compliance and Quality Management 08.40 Managing compliance risk, increasing efficiencies and reducing cycle times: Using Wednesday 2 March, 2011 Procedure Execution Management Systems and Automated Quality Systems to improve compliance and productivity • Insights from industry deployments of cGMP Procedure Execution Management Systems (PEMS) and Automated Quality Systems (AZ, BMS, GSK, J&J, Lilly, etc.): •10x lower compliance risk vs paper-based •30% efficiency gains •and 50% cycle time reductions • Using PEMS including deployments of Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS), Electronic Laboratory Notebook Execution Systems (ELNES), Chromatography Data Systems (CDSs) and Instrument Data Systems (IDSs). • Understanding Laboratory Execution Systems/Batch Record Execution Systems: Core technologies, architecture, and interfaces • Leveraging best-of-breed LIMS/CDS/ELN/PEMS: Best practices and industry landscape • Achieving proven business results including metrics of business drivers and tools to calculate payback and net present value of investments in systems Ken Rapp, President & CEO, VelQuest LIMS Implementation 09.20 From ideas to action: Lowering costs and delivering value through lab systems implementation Wednesday 2 March, 2011 • Centralizing and rationalizing your LIMS landscape to reduce costs • Leveraging the opportunity to rethink how you implement and integrate LIMS products and achieve greater business value in the form of increased productivity and reduced cycle times • Developing a practical framework for taking a business-oriented approach to implementing LIMS Jared Welsh, North America Supply Chain Lead, Accenture Alan Foreman, European Lab Technologies Lead, Accenture 10.05 One-to-One Business Meetings Wednesday 2 March, 2011 www.smartlabexchange.com 44 (0) 207 368 9484 exchangeteam@iqpc.com
  • 6. DAY 3 - Wednesday 2 March, 2011 10.40 One-to-One Business Meetings Think Tank Wednesday 2 March, 2011 11.15 “How to use MasterControl in a Lab” Monday 28 February, 2011 • Efficient automation of Quality Events such as CAPA, Change Control, MSDS, Calibration/Maintenance, and Risk • Accelerate time to market with effective Document Management and Change Control • Integrating critical Quality processes with automated Training Management • Easy integration to LIMS, ELN and Raw Data Archiving tools Greg Beeber, Director of EMEA, MasterControl Global Ltd 12.00 One-to-One Business Meetings Wednesday 2 March, 2011 12.35 One-to-One Business Meetings Think Tank Wednesday 2 March, 2011 13.05 Seated Networking Lunch Wednesday 2 March, 2011 14.05 One-to-One Business Meetings Wednesday 2 March, 2011 14.40 One-to-One Business Meetings Wednesday 2 March, 2011 Data Management, Storage and Retrieval 15.15 Improving data management and reducing Using LIMS to enhance your audit trail, improve Wednesday 2 March, 2011 costs with data standards: Removing sample integrity and drive measurable time barriers to adoption to speed up results savings • Understanding the biggest challenges (and drivers) • Using LIMS to improve sample management in highly in laboratory integration regulated environments • Where do informatics systems fit, and what are their • Customising workflow and integrating with other lab limitations? instrumentation or ERP systems to improve sample • Emerging technologies and their integration integrity potential: AnIML progress update • Enhancing the quality of testing methods and • How to cope with legacy issues Identifying potential reducing time associated with collecting and logging data compliance gaps and vulnerabilities, and field samples reducing them to acceptable levels of risk • Using remote sampling to save time, ensure the quality of the sample at log-in, and reduce manual Mike Ludlow, Process and Operational transcription errors by inputting into the LIMS at Efficiency Team, LGC Pharmaceutical source Services Burkhard Schaefer, Lead Architect, AnIML Gareth Maxwell, LIMS and Compliance standard Reporting Manager, Northern Ireland Water 16.00 Automating data flow through the lab Wednesday 2 March, 2011 • Defining lab informatics • Choosing a lab informatics solution: determining what your lab needs and how to match requirements with marketplace applications • Interfacing and automating information transfer between lab systems • Aligning your lab informatics solutions with lab work processes Gary Bouwman, Technology Director, Lab Informatics, Dow Chemical 16.40 Chairperson’s Closing Remarks and Exchange Adjourns Wednesday 2 March, 2011 www.smartlabexchange.com 44 (0) 207 368 9484 exchangeteam@iqpc.com
  • 7. February 28 – March 2, 2011 Berlin Marriott Hotel, Germany THINK TANK DISCUSSIONS Our signature Think Tank sessions encourage discussion, debate and learning in an unscripted and informal setting. You can choose to participate in these interactive roundtable style sessions on topics which are top of mind issues. You will be able to select from a range of Think Tank topics which will be incorporated into your personal itinerary. These 30 minute discussions will be moderated to ensure that the discussions stay on course and deliver maximum benefit to you. Ask questions, share experiences, ideas and find the right answers to your immediate concerns. Science in the open: Redefining the experimental laboratory record for the web-based networked world • Making the distinction between capturing “process” and describing an experiment • Using feeds and feed readers to aggregate and push laboratory records • Creating an integrated framework for managing a wide range of research objects • Creating networks of linked data – that in principle can use disparate standards to describe themselves Cameron Neylon, Senior Scientist, Science and Technology Facilities Council Implementing SAP QM for R&D and customer service Laboratories • Improving integration between quality, manufacturing and R&D throughout supply chain • Using SAP QM to track quality costs more efficiently • Standardizing testing practices to enforce consistent product quality Peter Stiefvatter, Michael Schmidt, Global IT Manager of Atotech Partner, Lodestone Management Consultants AG Minimising the pain of implementing a LIMS into your data management system • Assessing your labs needs (and factoring in other department needs including legal, IT etc) • Selecting the right LIMS to add to your informatics structure: making educated software decisions that will compliment your existing informatics solutions • Key considerations for a successful LIMS implementaion Gary Bouwman, Technology Director, Lab Informatics, Dow Chemical Overcoming the most common challenges facing lab integration • Replacing paper with electronic systems, and then dealing with the demand to interconnect other laboratory applications and processes to produce a seamless, integrated solution • Understanding how business and scientific demands are driving requirements for integration • Outlining the technical barriers and constraints that challenge a way forward • Raising questions about the available resources, knowledge and skills required to progress John Trigg, Director, phaseFour Informatics www.smartlabexchange.com 44 (0) 207 368 9484 exchangeteam@iqpc.com
  • 8. More Value for your Time out of the Office The Smart Lab Exchange offers a variety of unique learning styles and sessions, from which you can select from to build a customised itinerary that reflects your current initiatives, priorities and future strategic objectives. Your itinerary will consist of conference sessions, one-to-one business meetings and our signature Think Tank discussions: Conference Sessions The highly crafted conference sessions reflect the strategic issues that senior executives have identified as priorities during our lengthy research process. You will choose from a selection of plenary and concurrent sessions covering a myriad of issues that will create the foundation of your agenda. Who you will meet: One-to-One Business Meetings Smart Lab Exchange Delegates An integral part of your agenda is the one-on-one business meetings with leading solution providers. When you register for the Smart Lab Exchange, you will be asked To ensure the Exchange offers the highest degree of relevancy for to identify the solutions and services you are currently considering, so we can invite attendees, only senior executives responsible for implementing leading experts to the Exchange who will fit your business needs. technology into global laboratory environments within their organisation are invited. This exclusive format allows you to connect with those peers Prior to the Exchange, you will be able to assess the solution providers who will be whose insights you respect most – through exceptional networking, attending and select 6-8 who offer products and services that match your initiatives business meetings and strategic information sharing sessions. and priorities. Your selections are then incorporated into your customised agenda. These private 30 minute one-on-one meetings give you the opportunity to hear from leading specialists, whose industry knowledge and experience enable them to make a valuable contribution Executives in attendance Attendees will represent to the requirements of your business. They offer objective, flexible and relevant will include: the following key industries: strategies for success. • CIO • Pharmaceutical • Global IT Director • Biopharmaceutical This unique aspect of the Smart Lab Exchange serves to simplify the process for • Director of R&D IT • Biotech sourcing new solutions, enabling you to discover strategies that are working for others • Director of R&D • Biobanking and offering you early previews of emerging technologies. • Head of Laboratory Informatics • Medical device • Director of Quality Assurance • Petrochemical Think Tank Discussion • Director of Quality Control • Biofuel • Head of Knowledge Management • Cosmetics Our signature Think Tank sessions encourage discussion, debate and learning in an • Director of Analytics • Food & beverage unscripted and informal setting. You can choose to participate in these interactive • Director Laboratory • Defence roundtable style sessions on topics which are top of mind issues. You will be able to Compliance • Forensics select from a range of Think Tank topics which will be incorporated into your personal • IT/Lab Project Leads • Water itinerary. These 30 minute discussions will be moderated to ensure that the discussions • Lean Six Sigma • Environmental stay on-course and deliver maximum benefit to you. Ask questions, share experiences, • Agriculture ideas and find the right answers to your immediate concerns. Exchange Solution Providers A spicy combination of workshops Solution Providers are invited based on the requirements of attending delegates. The solution providers at the Smart Lab Exchange specialise & peer networking, allowing you to in the following areas: compare experiences and find ideas • LIMS • Wed-based LIMS • Workflow Management • ERDMS Document Management LIMS, Project Manager, Petrom • ELN • Semantic Searching Systems • Biological ELN • IT Infrastructure • Scientific Data Management • Systems Integrators • Data Quality • Process Management The place where users and companies • Data Management/Integration • RFID • Data Mining • Knowledge Management exchange solutions in a smart way • Data Visualisation • Quality Control • Electronic Signatures • Quality Assurance Validation Officer EDS, PRA International • ERP • Chromatography • Change Management • Lean Six Sigma Good overview, all relevant vendors present Domain Architect, Novartis Pharma AG www.smartlabexchange.com 44 (0) 207 368 9484 exchangeteam@iqpc.com
  • 9. February 28 – March 2, 2011 Berlin, Germany What Your Participation Includes: Sponsored by This exclusive event is strictly for senior Laboratory executives. If you haven’t received an invitation to this event and would like to know if you qualify to attend please call +44 (0) 207 368 9484, email exchangeteam@iqpc.com or fill in an invitation application online at www.smartlabexchange.com Two-day Exchange Pricing Book and Pay Before Book & Pay before Friday 19th November Friday 10th Dec Standard Rate €749+VAT €949 + VAT €949 + VAT (including accomodation) (including accomodation) (excluding accomodation) To apply for an invitation, please contact the Exchange team: The registration fee is ONLY Telephone:+44 (0)20 7368 9484 payable by credit card (VISA, Online: www.smartlabexchange.com AMEX or MasterCard) Email: exchangeteam@iqpc.com Participation for qualifying delegates includes: • 2 nights accommodation at the venue* • Access to the secure pre-event website to customise your schedule for the Exchange • Selection of interactive discussions, keynote presentations and conference sessions • Selection of one-on-one business meetings with solution providers • Breakfast, lunch and refreshments • Networking dinner on day one * Please note we have a limited amount of free accommodation so please secure your place early to avoid paying. The Venue All Exchange venues are very carefully selected. We believe that the backdrop and ambience are crucial to the success of an Exchange. By tying in rich traditions, historic significance and unsurpassed quality at stunning locations across Europe; these venues present the perfect setting to conduct business and meet a peer group of senior strategists. Our hotels provide a peaceful and productive retreat, ensuring that you are able to focus on your priorities for participating in this Exchange. Media partners Fusing contemporary chic with classic elegance, the Berlin Marriott Hotel, Germany ideally located at the Potsdamer Platz, Berlin business district and in walking distance from this vibrant core are the historic Brandenburg Gate, the Philharmonic and Check Point Charlie. A good balance between user presentations/ experiences, vendor reviews and news & networking opportunities Analytical Excellence Director, Givaudan UK Ltd An original congress, different from others thanks to easy and various exchanges Informatics Manager, L’Oreal www.smartlabexchange.com 44 (0) 207 368 9484 exchangeteam@iqpc.com