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Enablers of Scale up in the Process Industry

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Manjusha Thorpe, a PhD student at Cambridge University’s Centre for Technology Management and a member of the Manufacturing Industry Education Research Group (MIERG), is going to share her research and thoughts about the scale up of innovative process technologies.

Manjusha studied both chemical engineering and Japanese as an undergraduate and before joining the IfM, she worked in industry for 14 years in Australia, Japan, Indonesia and Singapore. One of Manjusha’s more recent achievements was successfully starting up and managing the Singapore operation of a global consulting company dedicated to benchmarking the competitiveness of capital projects executed by the oil, gas, chemical, pharmaceutical and mining industries. Manjusha’s work focuses on scale up, which is an integral component of the evolution of the process industry and a component that is fraught with difficulties. Her work identifies the main challenges that are encountered during scale up and ways in which these are overcome, particularly from a capabilities perspective.

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