ADVANCES IN PROCESS ANALYTICS AND CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES (APACT)

APACT is an open forum for the presentation and discussion of recent scientific and engineering advances relevant to process analytics and control technologies.

APACT 19 will take place at the Crowne Plaza, Chester 30th April - 2nd May 2019.

PRE-CONFERENCE COURSES – MONDAY 29th APRIL

1.      Driving your process monitoring programme with data analytics
2.      Screening and optimisation design options for DoE
3.      Advanced spectral preprocessing without equations
4.      An introduction to process control for scientists, chemists and pharmacists

STUDENT BURSARIES

Free registration bursaries are also currently available to students who submit poster abstracts for this event.

We are looking for abstracts in broad areas of process analytics, process optimisation, monitoring and control, and data analysis. The following list gives some examples of topics, but is not exhaustive:

  • On-line/Non-invasive Analysis Techniques
  • Miniaturisation of Sensors
  • Process Intensification
  • Design of Experiments
  • Multivariate Curve Resolution
  • Calibration-free Methods
  • Process Control and Optimisation
  • On-line Process Diagnostics
  • Fast process Scale-up
  • Hyperspectral imaging
  • Signal Processing
  • Process Performance Monitoring
  • Data Mining
  • Chemometrics
  • Flow reactors
  • Industrial Applications
  • Image Analysis
  • Value Analysis
  • Process/Bio-process Modelling
  • Continuous manufacturing
  • Process analytical aspects of Robotics
  • Process analytics and control aspects on digital manufacturing and/or Industry 4.0
  • Predictive manufacturing


For further information on the abstract format and on-line submission, please visit: https://apact.co.uk/call-for-papers.Abstracts can also be emailed directly to admin@cpact.com along with the following information:

1.       Name of Applicant
2.       What stage you are at in your career
3.       Reasons for attending the conference and relevance to your work

The deadline for submission of poster abstracts has been extended to Friday 1st March 2019.