BioProScale 2022 - Scientific Poster
  • P01: Phosphate assimilation in co-culture of Acinetobacter tjernbergiae and Pseudomonas stutzeri
    Simon Täuber et al, Technische Universität Berlin 
  • P02: Utilizing straw-derived hemicellulosic hydrolysates for feed manufacturing with Chlorella vulgaris – a new waste to value approach
    Ricarda Kriechbaum et al, TU Vienna
  • P03: PHA bioplastic with tunable monomer content by flexible substrate mixtures 
    Lara Santolin, Isabel Thiele et al, Technische Universität Berlin 
  • P04: Novel methanol-free expression system PDH: a potential alternative to classical P. pastoris promoters for recombinant protein production 
    Núria Bernat-Camps et al, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
  • P05: Influence of oxygen levels on a genome reduced Pseudomonas putida strain
    Jesper W. Jensen et al, Technical University of Denmark
  • P06: withdrawn
  • P07: Parallel scale-down tool to accelerate fermenterphile selection 
    Jonas Bafna-Rührer et al, Technical University of Denmark 
  • P08: Controlling Aspergillus niger morphology in a rocking motion bioreactor 
    Tolue Kheirkhah et al, Technische Universität Berlin
  • P09: Progress in characterisation of liquid flow in oscillatory rocked disposable bioreactors: experimental procedures and empirical models for mixing time evaluation
    Mateusz Bartczak et al, Warsaw University of Technology
  • P10: Dynamically adjusting extracellular environmental conditions leads to robust oscillations in gene expression: toward a generalizable cell population control strategy 
    Lucas Henrion et al University of Liège, Gembloux, Belgium
  • P11: Small scale mechanical cell disruption: A workflow to screen for ideal disruption conditions for recombinantly produced proteins in E. coli 
    Stefan Kittler et al, TU Vienna
  • P12: Bioprocess development for the heterologous production of a hyperthermostable 5'-methylthioadenosine phosphorylase in Escherichia coli
    Julia Schollmeyer et al, Technische Universität Berlin
  • P13: Thermostable adenosine 5’-monophosphate phosphorylase from Thermococcus kodakarensis forms catalytically active inclusion bodies
    Sarah Kamel et al, Technische Universität Berlin
  • P14: XenoGlue - Scale up of a recombinant mussel protein analog as photoactivatable bioglue 
    Christian Schipp et al, Technische Universität Berlin
  • P15: Model-based rational design for aerobic industrial fermentation: P.chrysogenum and S.cerevisiae as model organisms
    Wenjun Tang et al, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
  • P16: Across scales: An integrated robotic cultivation platform for accelerated bioprocess development
    Lucas Kaspersetz et al, Technische Universität Berlin
  • P17: Analyzing growth kinetics of cyanobacterial photo-biocatalysts in microfluidic droplets
    Paul Böhme et al, Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung
  • P18: Beyond the average – quantifying the specific reactivity of single cells
    Martin Schirmer et al, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research
  • P19: Electroporation of PUFA-producing Dinoflagellate
    Stephan Hartmann et al, Technische Universität Berlin
  • P20: A semi-automated luciferase-based substrate screening assay for nucleoside kinases
    Katja F. Winkler et al, Technische Universität Berlin
  • P21: Automated cell line characterization in shake flasks for multiple organisms
    Rüdiger W. Maschke et al,Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland
  • P22: Focal molography a new real-time PAT solution for bioprocess
    Volker Gatterdam, lino Biotech AG
  • P23: PAT for the automation of a recombinant antimicrobial peptide production process
    Lisa Michel et al, University of Applied Sciences Hamburg
  • P24: Kuhner TOM for off-gas analysis in shake flasks
    Juan Camillo Porras Correa, Kuhner Shaker GmbH
  • P25: Application of a novel high resolution volumetric gas measurement system for the determination of the biochemical methane potential
    Marius Conrady et al, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Germany
  • P26: Flexibilization of two-phase digestion through monitoring of dissolved hydrogen 
    Eike Janesch et al, Technische Universität Berlin
  • P27: Raman spectroscopy as an analytic tool in upstream bio-processing
    Christoph Lange et al, Technische Universität Berlin
  • P28: Monitoring of fermentation processes by gas chromatography-ion mobility spectrometry (GC-IMS) and machine learning 
    Joscha Christmann et al, Mannheim University of Applied Sciences, Germany
  • P29: Xcom, a multi-objective function for the metabolic modeling of microbial consortia
    Xavier Marbehan et al, Laboratoire Réactions et Génie des Procédés, Vandoeuvre Cedex, France
  • P30: Model based real-time estimation of maximum substrate uptake capacity in microbial fermentation
    Don Fabian Müller et al, TU Wien, Austria
  • P31: Modeling enzymatic glucose release to facilitate continuous feeding in miniaturized fermentations
    Annina Kemmer et al, Technische Universität Berlin
  • P32: Modeling Saccharomyces cerevisiae central carbon metabolism at steady state and under glucose perturbations
    David Lao-Martil et al, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
  • P33: Reconstruction of a genome-scale model of Cupriavidus necator for PHA production
    Martha Ascencio-Galvan et al, Universidad del Valle, Colombia
  • P34: Computer simulation of the glycosylation of proteins in the Golgi apparatus 
    Christian Jetschni, Peter Götz, Berliner Hochschule für Technik, Germany
  • P35: withdrawn
  • P36: Creating educational software inspired by digital twins
    Carina L. Gargalo et al, Technical University of Denmark