November 13: Innovation


Meeting Date: 
November 13, 2018
Innovation: 3-D Printing, Simulation, Freeze Drying
Holiday Party: December 18, 2018

Innovation: 3-D Printing, Simulation, and Freeze Drying


Innovation is a challenge in many industries because of technical challenges and challenges of funding, cycles of enthusiasm, and culture change.  This presentation will explore methods to recognize and overcome those challenges by discovering the mix of drivers, and providing value along the journey of turning an idea into an innovation, and eventually a new standard.  Illustrations from 3-D printing of tablets and medical implants, modeling and simulation of fluidized bed unit operations, and recent advances in freeze drying show the challenges and methods to overcome them.  

About the Author:
Howard J. Stamato has over thirty years of engineering experience.  In that time he has brought many products to market and technologies to maturity.  He as worked, hands on, in each of the technologies used in the innovation presentation examples.  Howard is currently working at a large pharmaceutical company, and has spend a good portion of his career making medicines.  He is co-author of four book chapters, 2 patents, and over fifty publications or presentations.  He serves as the current chair of NJAIChE, an officer in the New Jersey Pharmaceutical Association for Science and Technology, is a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the advisory board of the Johns Hopkins University Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.

Meeting Logistics

     Registration and Networking 6:00 PM 
     Dinner 6:30 PM 
     Program 7:30 PM

Stage House Tavern
366 Park Ave, Scotch Plains, NJ 07076
(908) 322-4224

Members and Guests …………………..………..$25
Unemployed/Retired Section members………. $15
Students………………………………………….…No Charge


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