Day one (5th of July)

Fundamentals

13.00–13.15 Welcome address
13.15–14.00 An intuitive introduction to hybrid modeling and outline of the course, Prof. Rui Oliveira
14.00-15.30  Hybrid modeling structures for knowledge integration, Prof. Rui Oliveira
15.30-16.00 Coffee Break
16.00–17.30 Data, Design of Experiments and Hybrid modeling, Dr. Moritz von Stosch
17.30–18.30 Guided Tour: Bio Industrial Pilotplant
19.00–22:00 Dinner & Networking

Day two (6th of July)

Practice / Applications

9.00–10.30   Hybrid Models in Industrial applications, Dr. Thomas Mrziglod
10.30–10.45 Coffee Break
10.45–12.15 Examples of hybrid modeling in USP, Prof. Gerald Striedner
12.15–13.30 Participants pitching their work

13.30–14.30 Lunch

Track 1: Hands on Training:
14.30–16.15 Hands on Hybrid modeling 1, Dr. Moritz v. Stosch
16.15-16.45 Coffee Break
16.45–18.15 Hands on Hybrid modeling 2, Dr. Moritz v. Stosch

Track 2: Industrial applications
14.30–16.15 Hybrid modeling for Process Characterization, DI Martin Mayer
16.15-16.45 Coffee Break
16.45–18.15 Examples of hybrid modeling in industry, Dr. Alessandro Butte

19.30 Sponsor Dinner

Day three (7th of July)

Applications

9.00-10.00    Hybrid modeling for QbD and PAT, Prof. Jarka Glassey
10.00–11.00 Hybrid models for closed loop control and Process optimization, Prof. Martin Kozek
11.00-11.30  Coffee Break
11.30–12.30 Towards Model Predictive Control of Cell Culture Fermentation, Dr. Wolfgang Sommeregger
12.30–13.30 Lunch
13.30–14.30 Panel Discussion & Closing Ceremony