BioProScale 2021 - Scientific Poster

Live discussions with the poster presenters in 8 video sessions on Monday and Tueday afternoon!

  • P01: Design and upscaling of Pseudomonas putida fermentations for robust biomanufacturing 
    Jesper W. Jensen et al, Technical University of Denmark 
  • P02:  Insights into the role of sigma factor orf21 in clavulanic acid production by Streptomyces clavuligerus ATCC27064
    Patiño Cervantes L.F. et al, Universidad de Antioquia, Colombia
  • P03: Genome mining of Streptomyces strains and its potential to identify new compounds with antimicrobial activity
    Carlos Caicedo-Montoya et al    Universidad de Antioquia, Colombia
  • P04:  Cell-free bosynthesis of the nonribosomal peptide antibiotic valinomycin
    Jian Li, ShanghaiTech University
  • P05: Development of a P. pastoris strain for the recombinant production of peptide-based antibiotics in eukaryotic cells
    Lisa Michel et al, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences
  • P06: Experimental studies on the isolation of photobiont and mycobiont partners of lichens for controlled co-cultivation and production of secondary substances
    Zakieh Zakeri et al, Technische Universität Berlin
  • P07: Comparison of different analytical methods for the assessment of viability during the production and storage of yeast preparations
    Martin Senz et al, VLB Berlin
  • P08: Applying Dielectrophoresis to Improve a Microring Resonator Biosensor Platform
    Anders Henriksson et al, Technische Universität Berlin
  • P09: Effect of oscillatory cultivation conditions on the macromorphology in Yarrowia lipolytica cultivations
    Jasmina Cziommer et al, Technische Universität Berlin
  • P10: Control of macromorphology and the implications on product formation in Aspergillus niger
    Tolue Kheirkhah et al, Technische Universität Berlin
  • P11: Cultured meat production in a 2D rocking bioreactor
    Tobias Höing, MosaMeat
  • P12: From micro to macro: a study on the volumetric power input in microtiter plates and its use as a strategy for scale-up in downstream processing 
    Ignacio Montes-Serrano et al    Austrian Centre of Biotechnology
  • P13: Towards smart factories: Data-driven modeling approaches in bioprocessing
    Jonathan Sturm, Westfälische Hochschule Recklinghausen
  • P14:  A novel gradient-based monitored dark fermentation of biogenic feedstocks for material use in plug-flow reactors
    Marion Longis et al,Technische Universität Berlin
  • P15:  BioProdPacific: a platform to accelerate the design of integrated and sustainable bioprocesses in Colombia
    Erika Y. Ortiz et al, Universidad Icesi, Colombia
  • P16: A small-scale hydrocyclone system as a biotechnological application for continuous cell separation
    Huschyar Al-Kaidy et al, Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin
  • P17: Optimization of H2-sensing regulatory hydrogenase production from Ralstonia eutropha in Escherichia coli
    Qin Fan et al, Technische Universität Berlin
  • P18: Evaluation of microbial hydrolysis for anaerobic digestion in a plug-flow reactor
    Theresa Menzel et al, Technische Universität Berlin
  • P19: Exploring the potential of biofilms for fermentation-based biomanufacturing
    Pascal S. Leonov et al    ,Technical University of Denmark
  • P20: Production of enzyme laccase at pilot scale by using loofah-immobilized biomass of Ganoderma chocoense
    Natalia Andrea Llanos et al, Universidad Icesi, Colombia
  • P21: Integration of a robotic small-scale bioreactor system as a prerequisite for a selflearning and autonomous cultivation platform
    Lucas Kaspersetz et al, Technische Universität Berlin
  • P22: Importance of oxygen signal shape matching for robust parameter estimation in bioprocess development
    Judit Aizpuru et al, Technische Universität Berlin
  • P23: Determination of plasmid mutation rates in Escherichia coli using an automated high-throughput Quasi-Turbidostat 
    Matthias Gimpel et al, Technische Universität Berlin
  • P24: Feasibility analysis of a non-stirred miniature bioreactor
    Jonathan Poit et al, Technische Universität Berlin
  • P25: Developing a unified IT Platform covering the whole development cycle – A Case study for Enzyme Production
    Simon Seidel et al, Technische Universität Berlin
  • P26: Reproducing dynamic environment in microfluidic single-cell cultivation based on computational lifeline analysis
    Phuong Ho et al, Forschungszentrum Jülich
  • P27: Rapid and cost-effective fabrication of microchromatography integrated with microelectrode impedance sensor for determination and characterization of column efficiency and effluent
    Amin Javidanbardan,    Universidade de Lisboa,Portugal 
  • P28: Advanced robotic workflows for integrating mass spectrometry based multi-component analysis into metabolic phenotyping
    Alexander Reiter et al    Forschungszentrum Jülich
  • P29: From screening to production: a holistic approach of high-throughput model-based screening for recombinant protein production
    Niels Krausch et al, Technische Universität Berlin
  • P30: An automated method that enables high-throughput screening of knockout libraries with focus on industrial important metabolic cell properties
    Fabian Schröder et al, Technische Universität Berlin
  • P31: The batch brewing process represented by a mechanistic model
    Maximilian Schmacht, VLB Berlin
  • P32: Unraveling the microbial dark matter using picolitre gel droplets 
    Bianka Kästner et al, Beuth University of Applied Sciences, Berlin