Live and On Demand Webinars

Hamilton Process Analytics is entering another exciting year of webinars dedicated to the bioprocess industry. Our live webinar schedule includes topics ranging from critical understanding of PAT or GMP to hands-on insights to learn more about the best practices when using in-line process sensors in your bioprocess. View our large portfolio of recorded webinars that you can watch at any time.


On-Demand Webinars

On Demand Webinar: Smart PAT 2023

Biopharmaceutical manufacturing is well-known as a complicated and intricate process. One major challenge in this process is the product itself. Proteins are highly complex molecules with many closely related variants, making analysis and control difficult. In this webinar, we will cover an engaging BioPharma 4.0 discussion on shifting quality control to the shop floor.

On Demand Webinar: Sensors for GMP Environments: Compliance with GAMP 5 - Part 11 & Annex 11

The goal of process analytical technologies (PAT) is to make production processes reliable through real-time process monitoring and control. This webinar will provide an overview about how Hamilton Process Analytics supports regulated companies' efforts with its GMP ready products and services.
Dissolved Oxygen Sensor

On Demand Webinar: Introducing a New Generation of Dissolved Oxygen Sensors

Hamilton Process Analytics has a new generation of VisiFerm Arc Sensors. Watch our webinar and find out out how these sensors require less calibrations, have an increased robustness to withstand more processes, and guarantee a higher supply security.

On Demand Webinar: Is Your Process In CO2NTROL?

Dissolved carbon dioxide (DCO₂) is a critical process parameter (CPP) in biopharma production processes according to PAT guidelines. By influencing other parameters such as extracellular and intracellular pH, it has an effect on different metabolic pathways which are involved in cell growth or in product formation and quality.

On Demand Webinar: Total Cell Density Reimagined

Total cell density measurement by the Dencytee sensor is based on optical density, commonly known as the turbidity of a suspension at near-infrared (NIR) wavelengths. All particles and molecules that scatter the NIR light will be detected. This optical density signal can be correlated to the total cell density measured by different offline measurement techniques.
Ph probe

On Demand Webinar: Sampling Procedures to Improve In-line pH Measurement

The focus in this webinar is on the essentials of pH measurements. pH is one of the most common and routine types of analytical methods, but in order to achieve good precision and accuracy, proper technique must be followed.

Online Seminar: Overcoming Challenges in Bioproduction Scale-Up

Scale-up is a necessary part of successful bioproduction, but the process is laden with challenges. This online seminar discuss some of the difficulties of scaling up, as well as strategies to overcome these challenges and minimize scale-up efforts and downtime.

Online Seminar Recording: The Perfect Tool for Real-Time Viable Cell Density Data

Learn about the principle of capacitance (permittivity) measurement and how it can be used alongside established cell counting methods. You'll also learn about the technology behind Incyte Arc, Hamilton's latest cell density sensor.

Online Seminar: Intelligent Sensors for PAT Applications

In this on-demand online seminar with Giovanni Campolongo, you will learn how intelligent sensors apply to process analytical technologies (PAT) and how these tools enable efficient control of process variability.

Online Seminar: The Rise of Optical Dissolved Oxygen Measurement

Come learn why has the biotech industry largely shifted from polarographic to optical methods for dissolved oxygen measurement, and what challenges remain with optical dissolved oxygen measurement.

Online Training: ArcAir for Sensor Management and Documentation

This online seminar is for all users of ArcAir, Hamilton's sensor management app, but it also addresses those who are interested to learn more about the capabilities of modern digital sensor management and control.