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Sixty-three alumni, faculty, researchers and staff have won the Nobel Prizes.
There are 25800 active companies founded by MIT alumni that employ around 3.3 million people and generate annual world sales of $2 trillion
If all MIT Alumni founded companies had formed an independent nation their economy alone would be the seventeenth-largest economy in the world
A Model Developed at MIT & Implemented at Novartis
Hikma's current methodology for Capacity Planning
The purpose of this thesis project is to develop a model that will allow Novartis Vaccines & Diagnostics to more efficiently
balance
commercial
demand
and production
capacity
in the two to five year timeframe.
Novartis Vaccines Capacity Planning Model
Although this model was developed specifically with respect to the
Novartis Vaccines
manufacturing network, the capacity calculation and gap analysis tools for single and multiproduct facilities as well as batch allocation for in multi-product, multi-facility networks are
also applicable
to other companies and industries that utilize
batch processing
.
Vaccines Manufacturing Process
Bulk Manufacturing
Fill/ Finish Manufacturing
Formulating by combining bulks
Filling
Packaging
Egg based
Fermentation
Cell culture-based bio processes
Body
Inoculation
Incubation
Harvest
Inactivation
Purification & Concentration
Capacity Loss Analysis
Capacity Planning
vs.
Machine-based approach
Product-based approach
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