Effective data integration for bioreactors
Bioprocess labs with multiple lab-scale bioreactors often execute several experiments in parallel for research or process development purposes. A critical consideration in biopharmaceutical development is effective data integration of process control, automation, and analytical instruments used in the laboratory.
To create unification of data and processes for labs, Yokogawa Life Business HQ and Securecell have partnered through the unique combination of the Yokogawa BR1000 Advanced Control Bioreactor System and the Securecell Lucullus Process Information Management System (Lucullus®). In this setup, Lucullus assists in the control of three BR1000 bioreactors and studies glucose utilization of CHO cells for optimal monoclonal antibody productivity.
Why you should join the bioreactor webinar
Our webinar will be held on June, 17th, 1 PM Eastern.
Register here for free.
Highlights of this event include:
- Features of the Yokogawa BR1000 Advanced Control Bioreactor System for precision glucose-feed regulation
- Capabilities of the Securecell Lucullus® for data integration and customized control of multiple bioprocess instruments including bioreactors and sample analyzers
- Demonstrated synergies of using both technologies in concert and examples of experimental data derived from the integration
Meet our presenters
Paul Cizdziel, Ph.D.
Yokogawa Life Innovations
Paul's focus is global market development for bioprocess technologies and is based out of the Yokogawa corporate headquarters in Tokyo. He has over 30 years of product management and business development experience in leading international bioscience instrument and research supply product companies. Paul has advanced degrees in cell biology and marketing from the University of Texas and SUNY Buffalo, respectively.
Kay Eilers, M. Sc.
As Head of Business Development for Lucullus® and Numera®, Kay leverages his comprehensive expertise in the field of bioprocessing to address current and emerging customer needs, with a special focus on digitalization and automated sampling and sample processing (PAT). Since joining Securecell in 2016, he has realized numerous complex integration projects, both in industry and academia. Kay earned his M.Sc. in Biosystems Engineering at the Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg and delivered his Master’s Thesis at the Technical University Vienna.