CPAC 2011 Spring Meeting

Hotel Deca, Seattle, WA

Sunday, May 1 - Introduction Reception for IAB and Transition Team - Grand Ballroom

4:00 p.m.

Meeting Registration Desk Opens - Hotel Deca lobby by Grand Ballroom

5:30-7:30

Reception to Introduce the IAB/Transition Team

MONDAY, May 2 - CPAC Technical Developments, Vendor Display and Reception - Grand Ballroom

7:00 a.m.

Meeting Registration Desk Opens - Hotel Deca lobby by Grand Ballroom

7:30-8:00

Newcomer's Breakfast, College Room

8:15-9:00

Introduction by University of Washington

9:00-9:45

Introduction to the CPAC Industrial Advisory Board (IAB) Presentation:
Paul Vahey, IAB Chair, The Boeing Company and Carl Rechsteiner, Chevron, IAB Chair Elect

9:45-10:15

Break

10:15-11:00

CPAC/APL/ Meeting Structure:
Brian Marquardt, Interim Director, CPAC/APL and Principal Engineer, Applied Physics Laboratory (APL)

11:00-11:30

Industry presentation-how to take advantage of the CPAC membership:  CPAC Sponsor(s)

11:30-Noon

Leveraging CPAC funding:
Lynne Chronister, OSP Director and Assistant Vice Provost of Research, UW, Terry Grant, College of Arts & Sciences Liaison, UW, and Carl Rechsteiner, Chevron

Noon-1:30

Take a Hungry Grad Student to Lunch

1:30-3:10

What is New at the UW?  Featured Research Projects

3:10-3:20

Break

3:20-4:00

Wrap-Up and Introduction of Tuesday’s Program

4:00-5:30

Poster session (Refreshments will be available)

5:30

Reception, Grand Ballroom, Hotel Deca
(includes Speed Networking)

TUESDAY, May 3 - CPAC Research Overviews, Poster Session - Grand Ballroom
Reception - The District (Hotel Deca)

7:00 a.m.

Meeting Registration Desk Opens - Hotel Deca lobby by Grand Ballroom

8:00-8:15

CPAC Daily Overview:
Brian Marquardt, Interim Director, CPAC/APL and Principal Engineer, Applied Physics Laboratory (APL)

 

Overview of Impact of Analytical Characterization (defining and selecting analytical tools)

 

Vapochromic Detection and Identification of Important Analytes:
Kent Mann, Department of Chemistry, U. of Minnesota, and Brian J. Marquardt and Charles Branham, Applied Physics Laboratory (APL), UW

 

Process Gas Chromatography Instrumentation:
Rob Synovec, Chemistry - Chris Siegler and Ryan Wilson, Chemistry, UW

 

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) for Process Analysis with Potential Applications on NeSSI™:
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) - David Lavenson, UC Davis

 

Modular Sensing Architecture for Low-Cost Wireless Monitoring:
Brian Otis and Babak Parviz, Electrical Engineering, UW

 

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

 

Capillary Waveguide Ring Resonator:
Lloyd Burgess, CPAC and Chemistry, UW - Noel Fitzgerald and Tom Oates, Chemistry, UW

 

Break

 

Overview of Impact of Sampling and Screening

 

Process Monitoring with Microdialysis Extraction and Gas Chromatography:
Anthony Borgerding, U St. Thomas, MN, and Robert Synovec, Chemistry, UW

 

Fast and Sensitive Chemical Separation and Detection of Single Particles and Molecules with an Overview of Chiu's Research Group:
Daniel Chiu, Chemistry, UW

 

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

 

Measurement of Multi-Layer Coatings of FEF Sensor:
Alexander Mamishev, Electrical Engineering, UW - Kishore Sundara-Rajan, Electrical Engineering, UW

 

Lunch On Your Own

 

Overview of Impact of Data Handling from Process Analyzers

 

Discovery Based Process Chromatography and Chemometrics (Alignment and Metabolomics):
Rob Synovec, CPAC and Chemistry, UW -Jeremy Nadeau and Laura Snyder, Chemistry, and Song Yang, Bioengineering, UW

 

COPA Discussion Group and Introduction to Data Fusion:
Brian Rohrback, InfoMetrix, Inc., Brian Marquardt and Tom Dearing, Applied Physics Laboratory (APL), and Carl Rechsteiner, Chevron

 

Overview of Impact of Process Modeling and Control

 

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

 

The Use of Micro-Reactors and NeSSI™ for Characterizing Chemistry and Developing Effective Chemical Processes:
Brian Marquardt, Applied Physics Lab (APL), UW - Wesley Thompson, Applied Physics Laboratory, UW

 

Overview of Impact of Process Optimization

 

Advanced Biorefinery Processes and Measurements:
Renata Bura and Rick Gustafson, Forest Resources, with Brian Marquardt, Applied Physics Lab (APL)

 

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

4:30-5:30

Afternoon Discussion Forum

5:30

Reception and Poster Session, UW Faculty Club

WEDNESDAY, May 4 - IAB Meeting  - Hardesty Conference Room (6th Floor), Henderson Hall Applied Physics Laboratory, UW

8:00-815 a.m.

Travel to Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) – vans will be provided

8:30-10:00

Presentation by Dave Eaton, Interim Vice Provost for Research
Sponsors Discussion of CPAC Value
Presentation by Sponsors on New Problems that need to be addressed

10:00-10:30

Break

10:30-12:30

Presentation by Jeff Simmen and tour of APL Laboratories and Facilities

12:30-1:45

Lunch in APL

2:00

Formal Meeting Ends

2:00-3:30

IAB Meeting