Digital Event Day 2

12:10 pm - 12:20 pm Chairman's Day 1 Summary

12:20 pm - 1:00 pm UX, Agility and FAIR Data:how to improve scientific software development

Pedro Ivo Guimaraes - Senior Scientist – Large Molecule Discovery Informatics, Roche

·        Look at how FAIRification and usability can be combined to enhance both your software capabilities and your user compliance

·        Explore how FAIRification can enhance comparability of analytical results across platforms and sites

·        Discuss the role of user experience testing in enhancing systems compliance and data utilisation


Pedro Ivo Guimaraes

Senior Scientist – Large Molecule Discovery Informatics

1:00 pm - 1:40 pm Tackling Systems Retirement From The Data Management Perspective

Dora Endreffy - Senior Manager, QA, GBS QA Quality Governance Risk & Compliance, Global Records Manager, ICON

• Incorporate disruptive systems retirement in accordance with well-defined and documented processes through a case study of retiring systems containing regulated records

• Assess – and plan for – the consequences of systems retirement on systems usability and capacity

• Discuss recommendations and tools for retirement including risk assessments, and lessons


Dora Endreffy

Senior Manager, QA, GBS QA Quality Governance Risk & Compliance, Global Records Manager

1:40 pm - 2:40 pm Networking Lunch and Digital Exhibition Break

2:40 pm - 3:20 pm Integrating multiple data sources for meaningful laboratory insight

Stephen Tierney - President, XiltriX North America
Han Weerdesteyn - Chief Commercial Officer, XiltriX

This session will outline a risk-based approach for data trending and analysis of Lab Equipment, Building Systems, Ambient Parameters and even Back Up Power Supplies to ensure your facility is protected from a catastrophe.

Laboratories require a robust data acquisition system to keep a pulse on critical infrastructure, expensive equipment, and controlled environmental conditions that may adversely affect scientific processes. The lab of the future requires a monitoring platform that can homogenize complex laboratory data from disparate sources, predict when equipment is likely to fail, and provide remote visibility into lab operations in real-time. As lab operations expand and become more complex, it is critical to future proof facilities with a flexible, data-centric monitoring solution to enable organizations to adapt quickly and meet the ever evolving demands.

What you can expect to learn from this session

  • How to integrate various data sources to improve laboratory operations
  • How to leverage real-time data to mitigate risks and secure valuable assets
  • How lab monitoring enables a remote workforce 


Stephen Tierney

XiltriX North America


Han Weerdesteyn

Chief Commercial Officer

3:20 pm - 4:00 pm Integrating Lab Data Automation and Scientific Informatics Platforms to Facilitate Data-Centric Research

Rob Brown - VP Product Marketing, Dotmatics

  • Optimizing data flow from instruments to experiments, analytics and learners
  • Review of customer scenarios integrating data automation and informatics
  • The added value for externalized research projects

Rob Brown

VP Product Marketing

4:00 pm - 4:40 pm Keynote: Networks in Medicine – Data Visualization and Analysis in Virtual Reality

Felix Müller - Senior Business Analyst and Data Scientist, CeMM Research Center for Molecular Medicine

• Examine meaning and usefulness of networks in a bio-medical context

• Assess virtual reality as an intuitive data analysis platform for combining human and machine intelligence


Felix Müller

Senior Business Analyst and Data Scientist
CeMM Research Center for Molecular Medicine

4:40 pm - 4:45 pm Chairman's Closing Remarks and End of Webinar Day 2