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Fachhochschule Wiesbaden
University of Applied Sciences
Prof. Dr. Reinhold Schäfer
Nov. 9, 2007
Lectures on Life Sciences Automation, Winter Term 2007/20081
z (Oct. 12, 2007) Overview on Life Sciences Automation needs – Reinhold Schäfer, FHW: Diverse
information infrastructures and architectures in globalized companies and their needs.
z (Oct. 17, 2007) Lab-on-the-Chip – Friedhelm Schönfeld, IMM-Mainz: Performing analyses in a
z (Oct. 19, 2007) Building generic application utilizing the meta approach – Reinhold Schäfer, FHW
z (Oct. 24, 2007) Scheduling in Life Sciences – Reinhold Schäfer, FHW: Implementing different
kinds of workflows and apply optimization methods.
z (Oct. 26, 2007) Haystack system for compound storage – Mike Berke, Amgen: Compound
handling and tracking in a pharmaceutical environment, a case study.
z (Nov. 2, 2007, 13:30 MEZ2) Sample Tracking – William Neil, Robert Donnenburg, Bristol-Myers
Squibb (BMS): Review of the painful part of the process, digitally tracking things to link automation
to Process.
z (Nov. 2, 2007) Automated Crystallography - Matthew Cahn, BMS: Good overview of how the three
pillars interact with the nice "world is flat" twist.
z (Nov. 7, 2007, 14:30 CET) Requirements for a modern scheduler – Benjamin Carvalho, BMS:
Review the requirements of scheduling in big pharma.
z (Nov. 7, 2007, 16:15 CET) Introduction to LabVIEW – Silpa Wairatpanij, IUPUI: Using a tool to
adapt instruments, acquire data, and control systems.
z (Nov. 14, 2007, 14:30 CET) Petri Nets – Mark F. Russo, BMS: Review of translating advanced
scheduling into reality.
z (Nov. 16, 2007, 14:30 CET) Scheduling in the Laboratory – Reinhold Schäfer, FHW: Workflows
and optimized utilization of resources in the laboratory.
z (Nov. 21, 2007, 13:30 CET) Data Warehousing and data mining – Reinhold Schäfer, FHW:
Organize, handle, and evaluate billions of data and information pieces utilizing multi-dimensional
database and OLAP technology.
z (Nov. 28, 2007, 16:15 MEZ) LIMS – Basic functionalities – Mahesh Merchant, IUPUI: Document
and control work in a laboratory.
z (Dec. 5, 2007, 13:30 CET) Distributed LIMS for a complex laboratory environment – Bernd Göde,
Univ. Rostock: Storing and managing a variety of data in databases.
z (Dec. 12, 2007) AnIML – A documentation standard for scientific applications – Burkhard Schäfer,
BSSN: Document procedures, results, evaluations and their methods utilizing advanced XML
z (Dec. 19, 2007, 14:30 MEZ) Making Data Useful – James M. Gill II, BMS: Review of the
importance of making data accessible and useful.
z (Dec. 21, 2007) Metabolite Identification Software Concepts – Frank Wolf, Agilent: State-of-the-Art
mass spectrum technology, complex data acquisition, and algorithmic solutions of molecule
z (Jan. 9, 2008, 15:00 MEZ, 7:00 MST) HT Flu Laboratory Network using SOA – Torsten Staab, Los
Alamos National Laboratory: Solve a globalized diagnosis problem for infectious diseases with
SOA technology.
z (Jan. 11, 2008) Robotics and laboratory automation – Reinhold Schäfer, FHW (Thermo Scientific?)
z (Jan. 16, 2008, 14:30 MEZ) In Vivo Automation – Edward J. Kuspiel, Jim Myslik, BMS: Review of
work automating InVivo work.
z (Jan. 22, 2008) Human Genom Project – Mahesh Merchant, IUPUI: Open the book of human life;
decrypt all his genes – genetic, analytic, and IT challenges.
Presentations and lecturers are subject to change.
Attention, USA is still in summer time, Europe already in winter time
z (Jan. 23, 2008) Where labs are no longer labs, IT related re-engineering of some state-of-the-art
applications – Steven Hamilton, Sanitas Consulting, and Reinhold Schäfer, FHW.