We’re pleased to announce that the 2022 Advanced Process Modelling Forum (APMF) will take place in London on 18 and 19 October 2022. The focus of the Forum will be Digital Design and Digital Operations: towards sustainability in the process industries.
At a time when climate imperatives and the need to decarbonise are driving the need for great changes in the process industries, it is perhaps fortuitous that digitalization brings at least some of the answers. A key focus of the Forum is the ability of digital process technologies to significantly accelerate process innovation and development while at the same time enhancing manufacturing efficiency in existing processes to reduce emissions and waste.
Days 1 and 2, 18–19 October, will comprise customer and partner presentations plus new developments in Siemens PSE’s gPROMS technology. Plenary sessions will be followed by two parallel tracks:
- The Formulated Products stream, covering Pharmaceuticals, Food, Beverage & FMCG, Specialty & Agrochemicals, and Minerals & Mining sectors
- The Energy & Chemicals stream, covering Oil & Gas, Chemicals, Petrochemicals and Energy & Environment, including clean energy and sustainable process development.
Day 3, 20 October, will comprise a half-day focused on the wider Siemens portfolio for the process industries, and how the various portfolio technologies – including SPSE’s gPROMS technologies – fit together to provide a comprehensive, integrated offering that covers the process lifecycle.
In addition, we will be hosting a series of workshops a day before the APM Forum (Monday 17 October). The event will also include a poster session covering academic developments and collaborative projects, demonstration stations, and networking activities.
Registration will open in early July and we will notify you via email and social media.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you need further information.