pharma industry


  • Date: May 5th, 2020
  • Time: 11:00 am EST

Computational Modeling and Simulation (M&S) is prevalent in many industries such as automotive, aerospace, consumer goods, etc., where its power to optimize the design of products and streamline the development process is well recognized and heavily exploited.

We will survey a range of applications from the Pharma/Biotech industry where M&S usage is fairly mature and widespread, as well as emerging opportunities to harness the technology. We will provide examples of multiphysics simulation in the manufacturing process such as powder compaction, particle mixing, and clean room flows.

We will discuss packaging simulations to optimize product integrity under environmental and handling conditions. We also introduce the topic of combination products and focus on drug delivery devices and processes which are becoming increasingly important for therapeutic efficacy and patient satisfaction.

Finally, we will present a few novel and emerging technologies such as virtual human modeling, multiscale modeling, machine learning, and uncertainty quantification, which are beginning to transform the overall patient experience and are expected to grow in the future.

Presented by:

  • Karl D’SOUZA | Director of Life Sciences, Dassault Systèmes


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