Handheld Raman Solutions for Raw Material ID

by | Nov 2, 2021

Discussing the benefits of handheld Raman spectroscopy technology and devices, including recent improvements in the technique for raw material testing.

Separation Science collaborates with industry thought leaders in a series of expert presentation and discussion forums - 'Advancing Pharmaceutical Technologies'. Presenting events that enable molecular spectroscopy approaches to key challenges in the pharmaceutical development space. Each forum will feature presentations and discussions between industry thought leaders, addressing current state-of-the-art molecular spectroscopy innovations and workflow productivity improvements across pharmaceutical development. 

Part 2 of this series will focus on handheld Raman solutions for raw material ID.


Handheld Raman Solutions for Raw Material ID

Date: 4 November, 2021
Start Times:
Broadcast #1: 12pm Singapore / 3pm Sydney
Broadcast #2: 10am London / 11am Paris / 3.30pm Mumbai
Broadcast #3: 12pm PDT / 2pm CDT / 3pm EDT

The expert presentation and discussion forum will focus on the benefits of handheld Raman spectroscopy technology and devices, including recent improvements in Raman Spectroscopy for raw material testing over both existing lab-based or sampling booth dedicated technologies. The participants will present on and discuss the advantages of non-destructive testing, detection through different container types, at-the-point-of-need easy to use fit-for-purpose technology, as well as covering improved compliance and efficiency.

Why change from in-lab method to handheld Raman – what are the compelling reasons, the key method development and validation steps, regulatory challenges, and overall benefits?

Expert Presenters & Panellists

RichardCrocombeRichard Crocombe
Principal, Crocombe Spectroscopy Consulting
BulentUstunBülent Üstün
Director, Quality Control Analytical Chemistry, Organon
AliSaleemiAli Saleemi
Senior Scientist,
PYSacrePierre-Yves Sacre
Center for Interdisciplinary Research on Medicines, University of Liege
MikeClaybournMike Claybourn
Independent Pharmaceutical Consultant, Altair Innovations

These presentations and discussion forum are represented by stakeholders and experts who have been involved in delivery of applications and have a vision of where the technology needs to be with the evolution of innovative drug development workflows and advanced manufacturing capabilities.

By attending you will learn about:

  • The road to delivering handheld Raman solutions for raw material testing
  • The process of developing a Raman method and building models
  • The benefits of Raman spectroscopy for raw material ID
  • User experience - challenges overcome and solutions delivered

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