Luisenstr. 58/59, 10117 Berlin-Mitte, Germany
Scaling Down and Up of Bioprocesses: Strategies, Tools and Process Performance
The BioProScale Symposium is an event on industrial scale bioprocessing with a long scientific tradition. Target groups are experts from research & development and industrial practice in bioprocessing of pharmaceuticals, food, feed and renewables.
- Area 1: Industrial scale process performance and optimization
Large scale bioreactor/bioprocess characterization and modelling, description of cell and reactor heterogeneities, sustainability of bioprocesses
- Area 2: Scale down and scale up of bioprocesses
Process performance across scales and process modes. Scale down approaches, small scale simulators of industrial scale processes, scale related cell physiology, validation of scalability, high throughput bioprocessing concepts
- Area 3: Process-driven cell performance
Analysis and modelling of cell populations, optimization and design of cell-cell and cell-bioreactor interactions, microbial co-cultivation
- Area 4: Integrated bioprocesses
Circular economy concepts, bioprocess coupling, continuous operation, integrating upstream and downstream operations across scales
- Area 5: Process analytical technologies (PAT)
Sensor integration, data modelling fusion, PAT for faster scale down and up of bioprocesses
With accompanying exhibition (➝ Info)
Confirmed Plenary Talks
- Managing cell population entropy: navigating from ecosystems to bioprocesses
Frank Delvigne (University of Liège, Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech, Département GxABT, Microbial technologies)
- Proper scale down: a prerequisite for engineering robust microbial chassis and for model-based prediction of industrial scale performance
Ralf Takors (University of Stuttgart, Institute of Biochemical Engineering)
- Single-use bioreactors: Applications and scaling-up
Regine Eibl-Schindler (Zurich University of Applied Sciences)
- How fundamental research on multiphase flows can support a reliable scale-up
Michael Schlüter (Hamburg University of Technology, Institute of Multiphase Flows)
- Towards closed-loop bioprocess development: Robotic workflows for automated Design-Build-Test-Learn cycles
Marco Oldiges (Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Head of Bioprocesses and Bioanalytics)
- The role of bioeconomy on the path to net-zero
Daniela Thrän (Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, Leipzig)
The BioProScale Symposium is jointly organized by the Technische Universität Berlin, Chair of Bioprocess Engineering, and the Institute for Gaerungsgewerbe und Biotechnologie zu Berlin (IfGB) since 2009.
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