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The event for process analytical technology experts and interested people

The corona pandemic also had an impact on the Hellma PAT Forum that has taken place on an annual basis in form of a face-to-face event up to now. Former participants particularly appreciated the exchange of experiences, not only in the lectures but also during the breaks. Having this in mind, we decided not to hold an online PAT forum instead anymore. If the situation allows, we will start again with the PAT forum in autumn 2021

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The annual event for PAT-experts and PAT-interested people

Process analytical technology (PAT) is establishing itself in more and more areas of the manufacturing industry and is increasingly becoming an indispensable part of it. The PAT-Forum provides space for discussion and exchange – it is a platform to connect with experienced specialists and to benefit from mutual knowledge. The PAT-Forum is held in German.


What can you expect?

Experienced professionals will report from the field and share their in-depth knowledge during keynote speeches where you will learn different approaches of PAT-projects and listen to practical examples of successful PAT-implementations. Moreover, you will benefit from the exchange of experience with other PAT-users and receive valuable input, as well as an overview of the state-of-the-art.

Interesting for you?

The event is aimed at professionals in the industry who would like to deal more intensively with the topic process analytical technology by means of spectroscopy, such as production managers, quality managers, PAT / process engineers, development engineers and project managers.

3. PAT-Forum 2019 (Programm DE)


2. PAT-Forum 2018 (Programm DE)


1. PAT-Forum 2017 (Programm DE)