About the Conference
As an increasing number of pharma companies adopt more stringent requirements on pharmaceutical products manufacturing, the need for clean environments in production is rising. In turn, so are the design challenges placed on engineers that have to balance meeting a customer’s requirements, following standardization, and taking advantage of the latest and best technologies available.
This forum will present innovative solutions for a cleanroom design that will allow to effectively minimize and control parameters that are relevant to cleanliness and the number of particles that have been brought into the room or which have arisen and been deposited in the room.
Being aware of the current and future challenges in the market and methods that cleanroom design will be critical for all businesses moving forward after Corona virus.
The Cleanroom Design and Engineering forum will bring together senior-level participants that will aim to present effective strategies on management and monitoring of clean environment and discuss recent innovations in designing an effective contamination control system. This forum is a great opportunity for the participants to learn more about how to master the management of energy use in cleanrooms, optimizing the process systems of your cleanroom, and mastering risk assessment in the design and equipping phases.
Vice President Pharma & Biotech – GBU Life Sciences & Chemicals
Exyte Management GmbH
STEVEN P. DRIVER PH.D.
Global Energy Program Director
Director Kuijpers PHF Services, Boardmember
WENDEL DE M. SCHIAVO
Sr Engineering Project Manager