Join us on September 26, 2023, as Cheme proudly hosts an engaging event that unlocks the intricacies of Technology Transfers. Held at High Park Brewery, this exclusive evening will feature speakers from within our own company, providing an opportunity for industry experts and valued ISPE members to collectively explore the challenging and fascinating world of Technology Transfers.
Date: September 26, 2023
Location: High Park Brewery
Technology Transfers present some of the most exhilarating yet demanding project endeavors for engineers, project managers, and scientists alike. Often executed within compressed timelines to swiftly initiate manufacturing, these projects are subject to the dynamic nature of the field. Regardless of planning, the availability of information, resources, or materials can introduce variability that propels even the most organized teams into situations where innovation and problem-solving become indispensable.
This event zeroes in on a comprehensive case study, focusing predominantly on the engineering and process development teams. Their journey showcases the lessons learned, tools employed, and strategies employed during a resilient and iterative tech transfer process. Moreover, we will delve into an enlightening exercise in perspectives, exploring the dynamics between a Contract Development and Manufacturing Organization (CDMO) and a client.
Cheme takes pride in presenting this event, offering a platform for knowledge sharing and collaboration. Whether you’re a Cheme professional, an ISPE member, or simply curious about Technology Transfers, this event holds immense value.
Save the date for September 26, 2023, and secure your spot at this enlightening gathering by RSVPing today through this link.
With over 10 years of experience in the chemical industry, Samantha is a Team Lead specializing in process development, technology transfer, project management and laboratory services at Cheme Engineering.Learn More
Christine is a Team Lead involved in the project management, design, execution, and C&Q of improvements and upgrades on existing pharmaceutical manufacturing systems and utilities.Learn More