CPAC 2010 Spring Sponsor Meeting

May 2nd - May 5th, 2010
Hotel Deca (formerly University Tower Hotel), Seattle, WA

4507 Brooklyn Ave NE
(206) 634-2000

Recent developments within CPAC projects have shown significant benefits in preprocessing analytical data and applying appropriate advanced data handling techniques for achieving desired alignment and chemometric analysis of process data.  This workshop will provide an introduction to the fundamentals, with recent advances.

SUNDAY, May 2 - Fundamentals and Applications of Chemometrics - Grand Ballroom

Noon

CPAC Registration Desk will open - Hotel Deca lobby by Grand Ballroom

1:00-1:10

Workshop Introduction:  Rob Synovec, CPAC and Chemistry, UW

1:10-2:30

Fundamentals of Chemometrics and Modeling: Tom Dearing, UW Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) and CPAC, UW

2:30-2:45

Discussion

2:45-3:00

BREAK

3:00-3:45

Enabling Chemometric Data Processing through Alignment:  Jeremy Nadeau, Chemistry, UW

3:45-4:15

Application of Chemometrics to Real-World Bio-Systems:  Elizabeth Humston, Chemistry, UW

4:15-4:50

Discussion

4:50-5:00

Workshop Summary: Rob Synovec, CPAC and Chemistry, UW

MONDAY, May 3 - Broad Challenges and Issues for Real-Time Measurement, CPAC Technical Developments, Poster Session, Vendor Display and Reception

7:00 a.m.

Meeting Registration Desk Opens - Hotel Deca lobby by Grand Ballroom

8:10 AM

Meeting Kickoff and Overview of Meeting: Rob Synovec, CPAC and Chemistry, UW

 

Broad Challenges and Issues for Real-Time Measurement in areas of Energy, Food Quality, and Security

8:15-8:20

Introduction to Morning Program:    Mel Koch, CPAC, UW

8:20-8:45

The Energy Future for Industry:  Bernard Silbernagel, ExxonMobil (retired)

8:45-9:10

Center for Enabling New Technologies through Catalysis (CENTC):  A NSF Center for Chemical Innovation:  Karen Goldberg, Chemistry, UW

9:10-9:35

Sustainable Cellulosic Ethanol and Biodiesel Production:  Stephen Hughes, United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)

9:35-10:00

Break

10:00-10:25

Needs for Real Time Process Monitoring and Characterization for the Algal Biofuels Industry:  Jose Olivares, Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)

10:25-10:45

Applications of Bio-Algae:  Rose Ann Cattolico, Biology and Ocean Sciences, UW

10:45-11:10

Measuring Mixing, Diffusion and Suspension Rheology to Enable Efficient High Solids Enzymatic Saccharification: Michael J. McCarthy, University of California - Davis

11:10-11:45

Activities in UW Forest Resources and Lignocellulosic Biorefineries:  Rick Gustafson, Forest Resources, UW

11:45-1:30

Lunch On Your Own 

 

Broad Challenges and Issues for Real-Time Measurement in areas of Energy, Food Quality, and Security (continued)

1:30-2:00

Challenge of Biological Detection of Pathogens: Nels Olson, Department of Homeland Security

2:00-2:35

Food Quality/Process Assessments: Andy McShea, Theo Chocolate

2:35-3:00

Discovery Based Analytics for Bio-Fuels Characterization and Food Quality: Rob Synovec, Chemistry, UW

3:00-3:25

Vapochromic Detection and Identification of Important Analytes:  Kent Mann, Department of Chemistry, U. of Minnesota, and Brian J. Marquardt, APL

 

CPAC Activities (IFPAC, Satellite Workshop, Summer Institute, NeSSI™ Workshop, May 2009 Strategic Planning Workshop Update, CPAC White Paper)

3:25-4:00

Overview of Recent and Upcoming CPAC Activities: Brian Marquardt, APL, Rob Synovec, Chemistry, and Mel Koch, CPAC, UW

4:00-4:10

Focus Group Introductions

4:10-5:30

Break and CPAC Poster Session - Introduction to CPAC Research  - College and Chancellor Rooms, Hotel Deca

5:30-9:00

Reception - Vendor Display― Hotel Deca, Grand Ballroom

TUESDAY, May 4 - CPAC Research Presentations, COPA Focus Group - Grand Ballroom and Poster Session and Dinner  - UW Club (on campus)

7:15

Meeting Registration Desk Opens - Hotel Deca lobby by Grand Ballroom

8:00-8:15

Welcome, Rob Synovec, CPAC and Chemistry, and Jeff Gunnell, ExxonMobil, IAB Chair

 

CPAC Morning Session - Chromatography, NeSSI™ (New Sampling/Sensor Initiative), and Spectroscopy - Chair: Michael McCarthy, UC Davis

8:15-8:45

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) for Process Analysis with Potential Application on NeSSI™  with an Overview of Additional Activities in the McCarthy Research Group:: Michael McCarthy and J.H.Walton, University of California, Davis, and Scott Collins, University of Maine (Collaborator), Professor Songi Han, University of California, Santa Barbara (Collaborator), and John C. Edwards, Process NMR Associates, Danbury, CT. (Collaborator)

8:45-9:15

Evaluating Raman Spectroscopy to Improve Process Monitoring and Materials Characterization: Brian J. Marquardt, Applied Physics Laboratory (APL), with Renata Bura and Rick Gustafson, Forest Resources, UW - Tom Dearing and Wesley Thompson, Applied Physics Lab, and Michael Roberto, Chemistry, UW

9:15-9:45

Process Monitoring with Microdialysis Extraction Interfaced with Various Instruments with an Overview of Activities in the Borgerding Research Group: Anthony Borgerding, U St. Thomas, MN, and Robert Synovec, Chemistry, UW

9:45-10:15

Droplet-Based Analytical Devices with an Overview of Chiu's Research Group:  Daniel Chiu, Chemistry, UW

10:15-10:45

Break

 

Further Examples of PAT on NeSSI™ (New Sampling/Sensor Initiative) - Chair:  Brian Marquardt, APL, UW

10:45-11:05

Process Liquid Chromatography - Implementing Fast On-Line HPLC Process Monitoring with the NeSSI™ Sampling Platform: Robert E. Synovec, CPAC and Chemistry, with Collaborators Scott Gilbert, Chemical Engineering, Rick Gustafson and Renata Bura, Forest Resources, and Brian Marquardt, Applied Physics Laboratory (APL), UW

11:05-11:35

Developing a Bioreactor and Continuous Monitoring System for Production of Engineered Single Chain Antibodies and Their Use in Real Time SPR-based Competition Assays with an Overview of Furlong Research Group: Joshua Probert, Scott Soelberg, and Clement Furlong, Medical Genetics & Genome Sciences, UW

11:35-11:55

The Use of Micro-Reactors and NeSSI™ for Characterizing Chemistry and Developing Effective Chemical Processes: Brian Marquardt, Applied Physics Lab (APL), with Daniel Schwartz, Chemical Engineering, and Rick Gustafson, Forest Resources, UW - Wesley Thompson, Applied Physics Laboratory, UW

11:55-1:15

Lunch On Your Own

 

CPAC Afternoon Session - Chemometrics, Chromatography, and Sensors - Chair:  Lloyd Burgess, CPAC, UW

1:15-1:55

Capillary Waveguide Ring Resonator (Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed...) with an Overview of Burgess' Research Activities:: Lloyd Burgess, CPAC and Chemistry, UW - Noel Fitzgerald and Tom Oates, Chemistry, UW

1:55-2:25

Measurement of Multi-Layer Coatings of FEF Sensor with an Overview of SEAL Laboratory Activities:  Alexander Mamishev, Electrical Engineering, UW - Kishore Sundara-Rajan, Electrical Engineering, UW

2:25-2:55

Microreactor-Based Assays with an Overview of Dovichi's Additional Research Activities:  Norman Dovichi, Chemistry, UW

2:55-3:15

Break

3:15-3:55

Modular Sensing Architecture for Low-Cost Wireless Monitoring of Chemical Processes with an Overview of Otis' and Parviz' Additional Research Activities: Brian Otis and Babak Parviz, Electrical Engineering, UW

3:55-4:35

Process Gas Chromatography and Chemometrics and an Overview of Synovec's Additional Research Activities:  Rob Synovec, Chemistry - Elizabeth Humston, Jeremy Nadeau, and Chris Siegler, Chemistry, UW

4:35-4:55

Investigating the use of LIBS as an Effective Process Analysis Tool: Brian Marquardt, Applied Physics Lab (APL) - Michael Roberto, Chemistry, and Wesley Thompson, Applied Physics Lab, UW

4:55-5:15

COPA Discussion Group:  Brian Rohrback, InfoMetrix, Inc.

5:30-6:30

CPAC Poster Session and Networking Social Hour - University of Washington Club

6:30-8:30

Networking Dinner - University of Washington Club

WEDNESDAY, May 5 - Research Presentations, Focus Groups, IAB Meeting, NeSSI™ Focus Group - Grand Ballroom

7:15

Meeting Registration Desk Opens - Hotel Deca lobby by Grand Ballroom

8:00-8:15

Announcements - Mel Koch, CPAC Executive Director

 

CPAC  Morning Session - Bio-Energy -  Chair: Ray Chrisman, Atodyne

8:15-8:45

Advanced Biorefinery Processes and Measurements and an Overview of Bura's and Gustafson's Additional Research Activities: Renata Bura and Rick Gustafson, Forest Resources, with  Brian Marquardt, Applied Physics Lab (APL), and Rob Synovec, CPAC and Chemistry, UW

8:45-9:05

Update on Activities in Characterization and Reproducibility of Vapochromic Sensors:  Kent Mann, Department of Chemistry, U. of Minnesota, and Brian J. Marquardt, APL - Charles Branham, Chemistry, and Kari McGee, APL, UW

9:05-9:25

Application of Data Fusion for Process Characterization:  Thomas Dearing, Wes Thompson, and Brian Marquardt, Applied Physics Laboratory (APL), and Carl Rechsteiner, Chevron

9:25-9:45

New Technology Idea - Coherence Loss Spectroscopy:  Anatol M. Brodsky, CPAC and Chemistry, and Scott Gilbert, Chemical Engineering, UW

9:45-10:15

Break

 

Industry Focus Groups (Meetings run concurrently)

10:15- 11:10

Materials & Chemical Processes and Oil & Petrochemical:   Paul Vahey, Boeing, and Carl Rechsteiner, Chevron

Biotechnology/Pharmaceuticals and Food & Consumer Products: Maureen Lanan, Biogen IDEC, and Steve Doherty, Eli Lilly & Co.

11:10-Noon

Industry Focus Groups meet together for Final Discussion

Noon

CPAC Spring Meeting Presentations Conclude

Noon - 1:00

Lunch On Your Own

1:15-3:30

Industrial Advisory Board Meeting (IAB) Meeting: Project Voting for Full IAB Members Exclusively - Grand Ballroom: Jeff Gunnell, IAB Chair, ExxonMobil

THURSDAY, May 6 - NeSSI™ Workshop and CPAC Laboratory Tours
NeSSI™ Workshop - Introduction and Current Status of NeSSI™

7:15

Meeting Registration Desk Opens - Hotel Deca lobby by Grand Ballroom

8:30-8:45

Welcome:  Rob Synovec, CPAC Faculty Director

 

Program and Participant Introduction:  Mel Koch, CPAC, Jeff Gunnell, ExxonMobil, Brian Marquardt, APL, and Carl Rechsteiner, Chevron

 

IFPAC and ISA AD Session Reviews and Updates

 

Preparation for IMTeC

 

NeSSI Generation II:  Commercial Application:  Jerry Combs, Siemens

 

Combining NeSSI and Data Fusion for Process Control and Understanding:  Tom Dearing and Brian Marquardt, Applied Physics Laboratory, and Carl Rechsteiner, Chevron

 

NeSSI III:  Carl Rechsteiner, Chevron

 

Parker and Friends - 2010 NeSSI™ Updates:  Steve Doe, Parker Hannifin and David Faulkner, Astute

 

Who, or What, Is Astute:  David Faulkner, Astute

 

Update on NeSSI Market Status and SMART Module (SAM):  Tracy Dye, ABB

3:15

Lab Demonstrations of  NeSSI™ - Brian Marquardt's Laboratory

4:30

Reception, Conference Room, Benjamin Hall, Applied Physics Laboratory, UW