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About This Webinar

Welcome to our OSD emerging technologies webinar on vibration dosing for R&D, e.g. First-in-Man studies.
Oral Solid Dosage product development is an expensive and challenging endeavor. A common challenge is the not yet fully developed formulation and the limited availability and high costs of products.

At Syntegon we have developed a new and sophisticated technology for high accuracy dosing without product residues. An innovative control philosophy and QbD/DoE processes form the basis of a flexible and versatile powder filling system. Syntegon’s novel dose-to-weight approach with agitation technology is capable to run extremely small product samples with varying speed, depending on the required accuracy.

Our experts Dr. Thomas Brinz, Dr. Bernhard Wagner, Matthias Moessinger and Martin Vogt will be leading our free OSD Emerging Technologies webinar on Thursday, October 28th, 2021. Join them and learn more about our vibration dosing (dose-to weight) technology, and the results of different powder dosing test from direct API filling to final formulations. Finally, there will also be a Q&A session to get your questions answered.

Please note that we will be hosting two sessions (same content):

When: Thu, Oct 28, 2021 · 10:00 AM · Berlin
Duration: 1 hour
Language: English
Who can attend? Anyone with the event link can attend
Dial-in available? (listen only): No
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Head of Engineering Pharma Service & OSD Customer Center, Waiblingen
Thomas completed his doctorate on liquid crystalline polymers at the University of Ulm in 1993, where he then worked as a post-doctoral researcher. He joined Robert Bosch GmbH in 1995 and was responsible for new functional materials in the Corporate Research until 2003. From 2003 to 2016, he founded and managed the newly established Bosch Lab Systems unit for automation solutions in formulation development (High-Throughput Formulation Systems). Since 2009, he has been responsible for the Engineering Pharma Service department and now additionally the new OSD Customer Center, first at Robert Bosch Packaging Technology and now at Syntegon Technology.
Webinar hosting presenter
Development Engineer
Bernhard graduated from the Friedrich-Alexander-University in Erlangen-Nuremberg with a master’s degree in mechanical engineering in 2014. In 2015 he joined Robert Bosch Packaging Technology. At the same time, he began his doctoral studies at the Institute of Process and Particle Engineering at the Technical University of Graz in Austria. With his experience in automation technology and pharmaceutical processes, he now contributes to Syntegon Technology’s Engineering Pharma Service department in Waiblingen.
Webinar hosting presenter
Director Product Management
After completing a training as an electronics technician, Matthias Mössinger first studied applied physics at Heilbronn University and then technical business administration at the University of Stuttgart. After working in various industries, he joined the mechanical and plant engineering sector for the pharmaceutical industry in 2001. After 14 years in a leading position in international new machine sales, and a 4-year responsibility for the business development of various drug delivery devices, he joined Syntegon in 2019 as Senior Market Expert in the Pharma Solid division. In this role, he is responsible for the planning and development of the business segment in tablet pressing and capsule filling machines.
Webinar hosting presenter
Development Engineer and Project Manager “Capsule Filling and Inspection Machines”
In 2008, Martin graduated in mechanical engineering at the TU Dresden, with a specialization in "processing technology/machines".
He completed his diploma thesis at Bosch Packaging Technology, where he subsequently worked as a design engineer in the division for solid dosage forms.
Within the area of research and development at Syntegon Technology, he is responsible for the conception, design and testing of capsule filling and inspection machines for pharmaceutical capsules.