Subject: Have you already signed up for the next Avicenna Alliance webinar "Smart Manufacturing for Life Sciences"?

Dear VPHi members,
don't forget to register for the next Avicenna Alliance's webinar!
Tuesday 8 March, 2022 at 5 pm CET, Dr. Wandrille Vallet - VP Global Medical Practice Lead Manufacturing Intelligence division, Hexagon - and Dr. Anup Paul - Business Development Director Cradle CFD, Hexagon - will hold the "Smart Manufacturing for Life Sciences" speech.

You can register and find further information here:

ABSTRACT: The future of product development in the life sciences industry is the connected workflows between design & engineering, manufacturing process planning, production, and quality. Hexagon’s mission is to transform the industry from operating as specialty silos to an integrated product realization process. This will be demonstrated using Hexagon’s design to reality workflow for Additive Manufacturing (AM) of medical devices. The AM workflow includes solutions for materials, product design, AM process planning, post-treatment process planning and quality inspection of the manufactured part.

After a Master of Science in mathematics and engineering, Wandrille spent 12 years in transforming Pharma and MedTech companies by framing and delivering major digital manufacturing & digital engineering programs. He joined Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence as the VP Global Medical Industry leader to coordinate the life-sciences go-to market.

Dr. Paul is a subject matter expert in fluid mechanics and heat transfer with over 20 years of experience in the application of CAE across multiple industries including Life Sciences and Consumer Products. Dr. Paul has a keen interest in biomedical sciences and the verification & validation of computational models. With a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Cincinnati, he is also a licensed Professional Engineer in the state of Ohio.

Please remember that this initiative is for VPHi members only, so please do not share the registration link with your contacts outside the Institute.
Do not hesitate to contact us for any further information.
Best regards,
VPHi Staff
In silico medicine will be the future
Virtual Physiological Human Institute for Integrative Biomedical Research (VPH Institute)

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