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Thursday, May 26th, 2011
The Summit brings together key personnel, thought leaders, academics, HR practitioners and leading HR service providers. The summit provides an unparalleled platform for HR professionals to access leading programs and key knowledge to advance their own work and careers.
The Summit will offer presentations, Interactive, panel discussions, case studies and workshops by top industry professionals, consultants and academics. Learn about emerging challenges and development strategies in the Human Resources industry and achieve greater business results. www.hrdevent.com
The focus of this event is firmly on providing you with workable strategies and solutions that you can implement for improved real-world performance.
Summit overview and summary
With the ever changing environment and around the globe political, economic and social conditions are impacting HR strategies leading to new and also innovative thinking to keep abreast of developments and best practices. Its not enough to just keep ahead you need to think fast and proactively, especially when dealing with such global issues as economic crisis, wars, conflicts, economic slowdowns which effect currency and globalization. Together with merger and transformation, takeover issues and of course expansion strategies.
Today’s HR Director needs to be on top of Engagement, Talent acquisition, Leadership development, their overall HR effectiveness and Change Management strategies that are crucial to success.
Effective leadership strategies with your corporate goals to maximise corporate and people performance.
Explore the best ways to grow business through talent management and the HR strategy that leeds to company profit.
Find the best way to identify and acquire your talent; how to start the talent management process; creating the right definitions of what talent means for yourcompany; and how to manage and act on results.
Explore best ways to engage your staff. Employees who feel that they are a part of the business and understand more importantly the corporation’s goals are more willing to commit and deliver their working best to achieve those goals.
How to implement Change Management and best practices for a secure strategy of change, including understanding the key drivers to pull to deliver sustainable change within the organization.
Improve your Retention and Succession Planning – the vital keys needed. Key employee retention is critical to the long term health and success of your business.Learn how to affect a good retention and succession strategy.
How to make sure you deliver effective leadership strategies.Learn how to increase your business effectiveness by using these no-fail strategies to improve communication in your organization.
Key speakers include
Group Head of Talent, Aviva PLC Director, BBC Academy, Senior Adviser, BI Norwegian School of Management,Director Talent Management, RICOH Director Group Resources, Xerox Europe Central & Nordic Entity,Head of HR Learning, Talent, VP Strategic HR EDB Grou
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Monday, April 18th, 2011
Minneapolis, MN — March 29, 2011— Soligie, a market leader in the design and manufacture of printed electronics, announced today that is has been awarded several contracts in the preceding quarters for the development of printed sensors. Prototypes are currently under evaluation by multiple customers and will be considered for volume production in 2011 and 2012.
Printed Electronics offers a unique value proposition for sensor-based products that can benefit from thin and flexible formats, or for arrays of sensors which are matrixed over a wide-area. Soligie is engaged in development programs for printed pressure and temperature sensors as well as strain-gauges, biomedical sensors and electrodes.
“We believe that Printed Electronics can provide significant value to sensor-based products,” commented Matt Timm, President of Soligie, “the sensor market continues to see significant growth and the availability of sensors in new form factors creates opportunities for our customers. These new form factors are made possible by Printed Electronics and Soligie is well positioned as a design and manufacturing services provider for those companies who are looking to introduce new products.”
Soligie also offers customers the option to integrate other printed components along with the printed sensors, depending on the customer’s unique requirements. Multiple, integrated and printed components on a single substrate remains a goal for the Printed Electronics Industry and Soligie is a leader in this regard.
“We are excited about the progress that we have made,” commented Timm, “and we continue to meet with new companies that are developing or expanding their portfolio of products which utilize printed sensors.”
With continuous, roll to roll production, Soligie manufactures high volumes of sensors in a cost-competitive manner. Further, Soligie is currently expanding its equipment set to better meet the needs of low to mid volume production orders as more and more companies begin to release product to the market but are not yet ready to commit to high volumes.
“These contract wins are indicative of the value that Soligie offers customers looking for a manufacturing partner in printed electronics,” concluded Timm. Soligie Soligie provides custom, robust, repeatable manufacturing solutions for printed electronics by leveraging multiple printing platforms and a deep materials knowledge and experience. Soligie partners with customers to meet their unique requirements from concept design to volume manufacturing with a continuous focus on quality management. Soligie is ITAR and FDA compliant as well as certified in both ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 13485:2003.
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Thursday, April 7th, 2011
Printechnologics – a leading technology developer in field of printed electronics – was awarded with the Printed Electronics Award 2011 for the best product development and the best in show award at the Printed Electronics conference, europe`s largest event on printed and flexible electronics.
The Product Development Award was given to printechnologics for AirCode touch – a game changing new technology that enables tagging of every print product with a cheap and recyclable code that can be read out by most modern touchscreen devices like smartphones or tablet computers just by a simple touch. Thus enabling a direct and intuitive connection from print to online.
“These awards are a very important recognition of our work, proving once again that our uncommon approach to printed electronics is heading into the right direction,” stated Sascha Voigt, founder and CEO, “starting with this year we will see Aircode being adopted by well known brands and many products.”
Printechnologics is today’s leading technology developer of electronic systems produced entirely by a common printing press. Creatively driving forward the long overdue evolution of printed paper, every kind of print product, from advertising leaflets to labels to forgery-proof packaging,is arriving in the digital age. Ready for production, these first products are the start of a long series of inventions that will change everyday life. Since 2010 Printechnologics is a 3M New Venture Company. For more information, visit www.printechnologics.com.
A recognized leader in research and development, 3M produces thousands of innovative products for dozens of diverse markets. 3M’s core strength is applying its more than 40 distinct technologyplatforms – often in combination – to a wide array of customer needs. With $25 billion in sales, 3M employs 76,000 people worldwide and has operations in more than 60 countries. For more information, visit www.3M.com. 3M is a trademark of the 3M Company.
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Printechnologics erhält zwei Auszeichnungen in der Branche gedruckte Elektronik! Printechnologics – einer der führenden Technologieentwickler der gedruckten Elektronik – wurde auf Europas größter Konferenz für gedruckte und flexible Elektronik mit den Awards „Product Development“ und „Best in Show“ ausgezeichnet. Die Auszeichnung für die beste Produktentwicklung bekam Printechnologics für den AirCode Touch – eine neue, bahnbrechende Technologie, die es ermöglicht, jedes Druckprodukt mit einem günstigen und 100%ig-recycelbaren Datenspeicher auszustatten. Der AirCode Touch ist mit jedem modernen Smartphone oder Tablet-PClesbar und verbindet so nahtlos print und online Medien.
“Diese Auszeichnung ist eine hohe Anerkennung unserer Arbeit und beweist, dass unsere unkonventionelle Herangehensweise gedruckte, elektronische Funktionalitäten zu entwickeln der richtige Weg ist”, kommentiert Sascha Voigt, Gründer und CEO, “noch in diesem Jahr, werden die ersten namhaften Unternehmen AirCode Touch in vielen Produkten einsetzen.”
Printechnologics ist heute der technologisch führende Entwickler für elektronische Systeme, die vollständig mithilfe einer Standard Druckmaschine hergestellt werden. Kreativ treibt die Firma die lange überfällige Weiterentwicklung von bedrucktem Papier voran. Mit diesen Entwicklungen kommt jedes gedruckte Produkt – von Werbeflyern über Etiketten bis zur fälschungssicheren Verpackung – im digitalen Zeitalter an. Die ersten serienreifen Produkte sind der Anfang einer langen Reihe von Erfindungen, die das Alltagsleben verändern werden. Seit Mitte 2010 ist 3M strategischer Partner der Printechnologics GmbH. Mehr Informationen unter: www.printechnologics.com.
Als forschendes Multi-Technologieunternehmen produziert 3M Tausende von innovativen Produkten für ganz unterschiedliche Märkte. Besondere Stärke ist die vielfältige und oft kombinierte Nutzung von 45 eigenen Technologie-Plattformen, aus denen sich immer wieder neue Anwendungslösungen für die Kunden ergeben. Bei über 23 Milliarden US-Dollar Umsatz pro Jahr beschäftigt 3M weltweit etwa 76.000 Menschen und hat Niederlassungen in mehr als 60 Ländern. Mehr Informationen unter: www.3M.com. 3M ist eine eingetragene Marke der 3M Company.
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Thursday, March 3rd, 2011
Delivering a potent and high potent manufacturing strategy
Minimise risk, ensure quality & accelerate manufacturing timelines to maximise product value of high potent and cytotoxic drugs
Conference Dates: 10th-11th May, 2011
Venue: Munich, Germany
This biannual event will be looking at the key elements and issues surrounding the implementation, production and up-scaling of high-potent APIs & highly active substances and the required infrastructure to maximise pipeline and commercial value. This event is not just another large-sized manufacturing conference or exhibition. Networking and building strong relationships in this niche area is also a key benefit that all who attend will achieve.
Hear experiences from market leaders in the industry; understanding the challenges they are facing during the manufacturing of potent and high-potent APIs & drug products and hear their practical solutions to these issues.
Who will benefit?
Learn how to establish and demonstrate the presence of a safe working environment; develop tactics on how to reduce costs through more effective outsourcing models; operate efficient practices that increase productivity.
Benchmark your strategies in implementation, restructuring and up-scaling the manufacturing of potent and high-potent products.
Meet and discuss topics with other pharma, CMOs, expert consultants, hardware and software providers who can help you maximise your performance in safety, quality, and cost areas, in regards to potent & cytotoxic production
Attend an exclusive and complimentary networking dinner, between all stakeholders: experienced business development directors, senior scientists from Pharma, Biotechs, API manufacturers and CMOs. Stronger relationships will be built upon a better understanding of the challenges faced by each group.
Heads of Manufacturing, Heads of Development, Heads of Quality Management, Heads of Procurement, Heads of Outsourcing, Business Development Directors, Plant Directors and all professionals working in the field of Potent Compound Development and Containment as well as Occupational Health and Safety.
Thursday, August 26th, 2010
World’s largest and most comprehensive SOA and Cloud Computing Symposium is coming to Germany! With 100 Speaking sessions across 17 tracks, the International SOA and Cloud Symposium will feature top experts from around the world. The conference will take place on October 5-6, 2010 at the Berliner Congress Center in Berlin with the Cloud Camp pre-conference event occurring on October 4 and SOA & Cloud Certification Workshops scheduled for October 7-13, 2010.
The New Agenda for 2010...
…is now online and already contains 100+ expert speaker sessions from organizations such as IBM, Oracle, Microsoft, HP, SAP, Amazon, Layer7, SOA Systems, Red Hat, Vordel, TIBCO, Logica, US Department of Defense, CGI, and many more. International experts including Thomas Erl, Dirk Krafzig, Stefan Tilkov, Mark Little, Brian Loesgen, John deVadoss, Nicolai Josuttis, Tony Shan, Toufic Boubez, Paul C. Brown, Clemens Utschig, Francois Lascelles, Satadru Roy, David Chou and many more will provide new and exclusive coverage of the latest SOA and Cloud Computing topics and innovations. For further information, see http://soasymposium.com/agenda2010.php SOA & Cloud Symposium Promotional GiveawaysLast week, the SOA & Cloud Symposium announced its first promotional giveaway. In the first round of this giveaway, five prizes have been given out to the first set of winners. The names of the winners will be published at facebook.com/soacloud. Congratulations! This week, the event organizers are pleased to announce two addtional prize giveaway dates. You could win prizes valued up to 3,500 Euros! For more information on what prizes are available and when the entry deadlines are, visit www.soasymposium.com/contest2010.php
Register Before August 31st and Receive a 10 % Discount!
The early-bird discount is still available, but not for long! Registrants will have until Tuesday, August 31, 2010 for their last opportunity to receive an additional 10% off the registration fee. Register now at www.soasymposium.com or www.cloudsymposium.com to ensure your place at the event and pay only â‚¬981 excl. VAT for three conference days. Receive a further 10% discount by registering for any post-conference workshop. SOA Certified Professionals can also provide their SOACP IDs to receive an additional 10% discount.
The first conference day (Monday, October 4th) will be dedicated to hosting a Cloud Camp event, which is open for anyone to attend free of charge. Cloud Camp events are based on the “unconference” format whereby experts and attendees openly discuss and debate current topics pertaining to Cloud Computing. The Cloud Camp day is further supplemented by lightning talks also performed by attending Cloud Computing experts.
The post-conference certification workshops from SOASchool.com will be taking place the week of October 7-13. The workshops will include: Certified SOA Architect Workshop (5 days), Certified SOA Security Specialist Workshop (2 days) and, for the first time in Europe, the Certified Cloud Computing Specialist Workshop (2 days). Registrants who are also attending the SOA & Cloud Symposium will receive a 10% discount on workshop registration fees. Register for any of the post-conference workshops before August 31st to qualify for an early-bird discount of 10%. For outlines and registration, visit: http://www.soasymposium.com/workshops2010.php
Thursday, April 15th, 2010
No matter what your platform or area of expertise, the challenge remains the same – evade detection, avoid engagement and survive the hit. Attendees now have the opportunity to come together to discuss the latest challenges they face within the increasingly demanding operational environment at the Platform Survivability conference and expo in Germany from 12-14 October.
Mobile and intelligent enemies operating within the complex counter-insurgent environment are still providing a huge array of challenges to those individuals operating platforms in-theatre. The threat to combat vehicles, their crews and to the mounted soldier continues to diversify and current operations in Afghanistan are a recent and constant reminder of this. There is also the increased threat emerging against maritime and aerial platforms as well as the crews and service personnel who support them.
Says Platform Survivability conference director, Robert Kerby: “Platform Survivability 2010 takes a unique approach in offering four unique and leading platform specific conferences within one event. This will allow delegates to meet with individuals from across the field of survivability whilst being able to attend a conference specific to their area of expertise and operating environment”.
These specific conferences will include:
Vehicle Survivability – Defeating the threat and keeping one step ahead
Now in its third year, the Vehicle Survivability conference enables you to discuss the very latest threats to vehicles and their crews in current operational theatres and what latest technologies, equipment and doctrine is available to keep one step ahead of the threat.
Soldier Survivability – Developing effective equipment and training to fight and survive
Whether in the mounted or dismounted role, the protection of our service personnel when in combat theatres continues to be a primary objective. This conference focuses on the ability to provide the latest solutions to the warfighter that are lighter, more durable and above all, affordable.
Aircraft Survivability – Enhancing survivability in modern combat theatres
As the threat to fixed-wing, helicopters and unmanned systems continues to grow in current operational theatres this conference will analyse both the susceptibility and vulnerability of all aerial platforms. There will be specific analysis on helicopter survivability in the difficult terrain of Afghanistan and the continued development of unmanned vehicle protection systems.
Ship Survivability – Breaking the kill chain and maximising damage control
The rise in terrorist threats against maritime platforms and the greater emphasis on the littoral environment is causing specific survivability challenges. This conference will look at how to break the â€˜kill chainâ€™ early involving the effective design, development and signature management of current and future ships as well as efficient training of crews and upgrading of sensors to increase recoverability of on-board systems and the platform.
Whatever your platform or area of expertise
Whether it is the latest advancements in situational awareness or an analysis on the physical defeat of the threat then this is the world’s largest event to network and discuss the latest developments in the field of survivability with an emphasis on:
Keeping service personnel safe through innovative solutions
Real operational insights from current operations
Outstanding networking opportunities
Platform Survivability 2010 is the only event of the year where all major nations and organisations from across the globe involved with survivability will come together under one roof.
The event website: www.platform-survivability.com
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Thursday, February 11th, 2010
15th Conference on Animation, Effects, Games and Interactive Media
May 04-07, 2010
Stuttgart/Germany, February 10, 2010. Three months before the event, the leading European conference on digital entertainment and visualization presents a first glimpse on a top notch program: 3D stereo, hybrid imagery and virtual humans are only some of the FMX 2010 hot topics.
Top movies at FMX 2010
You simply cannot ignore Avatar these days: as most successful movie of all times, it has now been nominated for 9 Oscars, breaking new ground in technology and design. Senior Visual Effects Supervisor for Avatar Joe Letteri has now received his 4th Oscar nomination and already won Academy Awards for his work on Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King and King Kong. At FMX Joe Letteri will talk on how he created the world of Pandora in James Cameron’s masterpiece. In the Virtual Humans track Jeff Kleiser, CEO of Synthespian Studios, will show effects work on Surrogates, discussing the composition of robotic elements in live action actors like Bruce Willis. The seamless mix of life action and CG characters and environments has become the trademark of hybrid movies. Roland Emmerich’s 2012 also fits this format. James Bissell, Production Designer for 300, will discuss the new challenges hybrid-technology bears for designers. Visual effects supervisors Volker Engel and Marc Weigert will discuss the 2012 effects work, while the German-American effects house Pixomondo will talk about pre-vis. However animation doesn’t have to withdraw from traditional techniques, which has been proven by another box office success using stop-motion: Production Designer Nelson Lowry will let you delve into the world of The Fantastic Mr. Fox at FMX 2010.
3D Stereo: From innovation to basic technique
Animation films have been integrating 3D for years. Bob Whitehill, Stereoscopic Supervisor on Disney/Pixar’s UP, is a 3D expert and will share his special knowledge at FMX this year. Often a major feature in Hollywood’s A-movies, we tend to forget that stereoscopy is much more than a spectacular dramatic device in action films. It’s a known fact that 3D stereo has conquered the world of media and has become a basic technique for all genres using CG imagery. Andy Hendrickson, CTO Disney Animation Studios, also adopts a more general perspective on the relation between technology and design. How do most recent developments such as stereo 3D, simulation sciences and non-photorealistic rendering influence art and content? Managing director of KUK Filmproduktion Josef Kluger will discuss the new grammar for 3D stereo language and illuminate the freedom and limits of stereoscopy. An impressive example for a broader approach is the 3D stereo documentary The Eye – Life and Science on Cerro Paranal by Parallax.
FMX Recruiting: Global chances for young talents
FMX has always been committed to supporting newcomers. For many years the conference does not only focus on providing knowledge and skills but has become one of the most significant recruiting events in Europe for CGI talents. In Recruiting Presentations and one-on-one interviews the global players in the industry search for new team members at FMX. So far Animal Logic, Black Rock Studio, Cinesite, Double Negative, Framestore, Pixomondo, ScanlineVFX and RTT have confirmed their participation. Ramping up for shows to come, some will be present for up to four days in the Recruiting.
FMX is an event in cooperation with VES Visual Effects Society, AIAS Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences, ACM Siggraph and 5D Conference. It is hosting the Animation Production Day 2010 (APD), a joint venture with the Festival of Animated Film Stuttgart (ITFS). FMX is funded by the Ministry of State and the Ministry of Economics Baden-Wuerttemberg, MFG Baden-Wuerttemberg Public Film Fund & Public Innovation Agency for Information Technology and Media, and the FFA German Federal Film Board. It is an event by Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg, organized by the Institute of Animation, Visual Effects and Digital Postproduction.
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Wednesday, December 16th, 2009
15th Conference on Animation, Effects, Games and Interactive Media
May 04-07, 2010, Stuttgart, Germany
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Our new trailer “Only Human” created by Benjamin Swiczinsky was selected due to its look and the top notch technology behind it. At first the film appears rather two-dimensional, but soon enough the spectator is surprised witnessing how everything turns 3D, a world created with humans only. Benjamin used Massive for crowd simulation, something he claims could only be achieved by this special software, which is available to all students at the Institute of Animation, Visual Effects and Digital Postproduction.
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The binding theme of FMX is the convergence of film, television, computers, consoles and mobile devices. Hot topics for FMX 2010 are 3D Stereo, Hybrid Imagery and 360Â° Media. There will also be presentations on Cross Media, Realtime Visualization as well as Immersive Design and Virtual Humans. If you want to stay posted and not miss any program updates, visit the FMX website regularly.
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The conference week will be full of things for you to do! FMX will be hosting the 4th Animation Production Day (APD) in joint venture with the Festival of Animated Film Stuttgart (ITFS).
The Festival will take place from May 04-09 and the APD from May 04-05, 2010.
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We are happy to continue our cooperations with ACM Siggraph, AIAS Academy of Arts and Sciences, VES Visual Effects Society and 5D Conference.
In the FMX Advisory Board we welcome Viktor Antonov, Doug Chiang (ImageMovers Digital), Michael Coldewey (Trixter), Elizabeth Daley (USC School of Cinematic Arts), Oliver Deussen (University of Konstanz), Thomas Ertl (University of Stuttgart), Markus Gross (Disney Research Zurich), Andy Hendrickson (Walt Disney Animation Studios), Pierre HÃ©non (Paris ACM Siggraph Chapter), Isaac Kerlow (Computer Animation Festival 2010), Andy Lomas (Framestore) and Terrence Masson. Read more…
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Monday, August 31st, 2009
Dresden/Germany, 31 August 2009 – ITI GmbH, international leader in virtual system engineering, today announces its debut in Great Britain. The foundation of ITI Northern Europe Limited enables the company to extend its presence on international markets and to provide its customers in Northern Europe with class-leading levels of service support, sales and customer-orientation. ITI also announces the expansion of its Headquarters in Dresden/Germany; software development will be continuously strengthened. Counter the general economic trend, the company performed well in the first half of the year and is financially set for further expansion with sales running stable and an increasing global demand for ITI simulation solutions.
For many years with more than 25 selected distributors on three continents, ITI has been cooperating with a successful network of stand-alone, state-of-the-art partners dedicated to the sales and service of SimulationX, the standard multi-domain software for system simulation. The establishment of the UK facility in Milton Keynes is a debut in ITI history thus tightening its international market position. The new subsidiary has already started operation and acts independently in local sales, marketing, and human resources development. Simulation solutions are provided and supported for SimulationX customers in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, and Finland. Chris Litchfield becomes Business and Sales Manager for Northern Europe and will be supported by Emmanuel Domingues, Technical Manager. Each of them brings more than eight years experience in delivering system simulation solutions to a wide range of industries.
We want to advance our commitment to ITI customers in Northern Europe by providing the world’s highest level of satisfaction in service support and sales of SimulationX thus implementing true innovations together. Our aim is to become a key player on the European CAE market within the next two years, said Jens O. Schindler, ITI Managing Director, about the aims of the new facility. â€œIn the past years ITI strengthened its position as a leader in virtual system engineering and became an internationally-demanded engineering partner, adds Dr. Andreas Uhlig, ITI Managing Director, and further explains: â€œWith highly-qualified people and financial strength we are ready for new investments to expand our business. The establishment of the subsidiary is a milestone in ITI’s company history.
For more than 18 years ITI has been one of the internationally leading companies for the virtual system engineering. The software SimulationX is applied by engineers and scientists at more than 600 well-known companies such as Audi, BMW, Daimler, Volkswagen, Continental, Schaeffler, Siemens, Demag, Husky, Nikon, Mitsubishi and Liebherr. SimulationX is also widely used in academics and research world-wide. Main fields of application are power engineering, Power transmission, fluid power, mechanical engineering, power generation and automotive. Apart from this ITI supports its clients in the field of research and development of high-technology with engineering and consulting services. In the field of real-time and HiL test-system applications ITI provides turnkey projects and references for various companies including CNH, Putzmeister or Hoerbiger. Further information on www.iti.de.
SimulationX – The Driving Force in System Simulation determines the level of modeling, simulating and optimizing complex technical systems. The software models the interaction of components from a multitude of domains including their mutual interaction and feedback on one platform. This significantly distinguishes SimulationX from any other kind of CAE software (FEM, CFD, MBS). SimulationX is the standard in software for evaluation of the interaction of all components in technical systems. It is the universal CAE tool for modeling, simulating and analyzing physical effects â€“ with ready-to-use model libraries for 1D mechanics, 3D multi-body systems, power transmission, hydraulics, pneumatics, thermodynamics, electrics, electrical drives, magnetic as well as controls â€“ post-processing included. SimulationX fully supports Modelica® language and offers a wide range of open, comprehensive CAx-interfaces. Further information on www.simulationx.com.
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Tuesday, July 28th, 2009
Oxford Global Conferences is proud to present the 2nd Annual Proteins Congress 2009, which is to be held on the 29th & 30th October in Berlin. The congress is the single most focused event in Europe dedicated to key technological and scientific trends in Proteins in the pharmaceutical and biotech industry, as well as academic institutions. It will also be co-located with our GPCR Congress
With the ever-expanding protein therapeutic market, there is a need for the bio/pharma industry to reassess the technology, discovery and delivery trends. Protein expression & characterisation systems are rapidly evolving, and there is more pressure to harvest larger, purer quantities of product to support research pipelines. More efficient methods are also needed to identify and analyse proteins involved in disease populations with the aim to discover novel diagnostic tools and treatments. The conference also looks at effective strategies in protein assays and microarrays and data mining in discovery.
Over two days, the 2 events will attract over 150 senior-level decision makers working in Proteins development from the UK, Europe and US. This prestigious event provides a forum for practitioners and prominent innovators to learn more about key solutions being provided to their industry, network with their peers, and address key industry concerns through a series of cutting edge conference presentations in a professional yet relaxed environment, during a 2 day conference programme.
Protein Expression, Purification and Characterization: Examines different expression systems including Bacman technology in mammalian cells through the use of Baculovirus, as well as purification and characterization processes, new cell line development, and how to overcome immunogencity problems
Vaccines, Novel Technologies & IP and Outsourcing Issues: Explores various techniques and technologies involved with Proteins and Vaccines and also a strategic overview of various IP & outsourcing issues.
Biotherapeutics: Protein engineering technologies for next generation biotherapeutics including focus on increasing half life, alternative scaffolds and biosimilars
Protein Structure & Production: Analysis of protein structure from a structural biology angle as well as focus on Protein Production solutions and techniques
Who you will meet
Delegates are pre-qualified dependent on budget, responsibility and seniority. Delegates are senior-level decision makers, from major pharmaceutical, biotech companies and research institutions based in Europe and typically include VPs, Directors, Managers and Heads of:
Proteins Protein Engineering Structural Chemistry Crystallography Molecular Research
Proteomics Protein Science Structural Biology Bioformulations Biopharmaceutical Development
Discovery Protein Production Bioinformatics Biomarkers Biologics Research
Biotherapeutics Medical Science Biochemistry Expression Systems Technology Development
THE NEW EVENT FORMAT: NETWORKING AND BUSINESS MEETING OPPORTUNITIES
Meet face-to-face with leading solution providers and senior-level industry peers through a series of formal and informal networking opportunities. Using our online appointment system, you are able to view the full profiles of all solution provides before the event. In addition you have the chance to pre-arrange one-to-one meetings with them, giving you the opportunity to discuss technologies, services and solutions that address your key business needs. Categories of solution providers include:
Protein Analysis Expression Vectors Protein Engineering Solutions Protein Chip & Microarrays
Lyopllization Phage Display Protein & Antibody Labelling High Throughput Applications / Platforms
Purification Sequencing Plasma Protein Profiles Protein Expression Systems
Sequencing Immunogenicity Diagnostics Protein Protein Interactions
Transcription Regulation Protein DetectionCell Signalling Parallel Quantitative Biology
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2nd Annual Proteins Congress, October 29th-30th 2009, Berlin Germany
GPCR Congress, October 29th-30th 2009, Berlin Germany
QPCR Congress, 16-17 November 2009, London
5th Annual Biomarkers Congress, February , 2010, Midland Hotel, Manchester, UK
2nd Annual Drug Development Summit, April 2010,One America Square, London, UK
11th Annual Drug Discovery Leaders Summit, June 2010
8th Annual Pharma Technology and IT Summit, June 2010
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