2nd - 4th October, Lisbon
Hybrid modeling for process development, process characterization, and optimization
A cornerstone component of DataHow’s technology and digital products are hybrid models and their application to bioprocess systems. Hybrid modeling, the integration
of knowledge from fundamental engineering with machine-learning models, has been at the heart of our activities since the company was founded in 2017. Members of the DataHow leadership have
contributed to research on hybrid modelling for over a decade, advancing the field by reporting on industrial case studies, new algorithms, and/or publishing reviews.
DataHow a partner to academic research in hybrid modeling
Our belief is that this technology will fundamentally change how our industry develops and maintains bioprocesses. We also know we cannot do it alone. In a quest to
educate more academics about the potential of hybrid modelling and the research needed to advance it further, DataHow’s chief innovaton officer, Dr. Moritz von Stosch, launched the hybrid
modelling summer school at the University Nova de Lisboa 10 years ago, along side Prof. Rui Oliveira. The first event included lectures from key
contributors in the field of hybrid modeling, such as Prof. Andreas Luebbert, Prof. Vytautas Galvanauskas, and Prof. Rui Oliveira. During the following 10 years, experts from industry such as Dr.
Thomas Mrziglod have become regular lecturers at the event, which attracted more than 100 researchers in total.
Run bi-annually, this year the summer school celebrates its 5th edition since starting 10 years ago. As always, a theoretical part will be supported by a hands-on
component to deepen knowledge as well as applied understanding. The speaker line-up on the last day highlights contributions from various academic and industrial experts, providing a broad
overview of the applications and developments of hybrid models in various fields of the process industries.
With a dedicated focus on hybrid modeling research, this event is a unique forum where researchers can get up to speed on the very latest development and
advancements in hybrid modelling and exchange with leading voices in the domain. This year marks the 31st year since the first research in hybrid modelling was published and, through events such
as this, we aim to keep the research volume high and enable cutting-edge innovation within process industries.
Join this year’s Summer school
This year’s summer school will take place between the 2nd - 4th October in Lisbon, on campus of the University Nova de Lisboa. To register follow the instructions on the page linked
below - registration closes on the 15th of September. We look forward to meeting you at this unique event in Lisbon and to continuing the important discussions and work behind
this innovative field.