BioProScale 2024 - Scientific Poster
  • P01: Towards a biological-driven bioprocess development
    Nadja Alina Henke, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
  • P02: Creating a closed process semi-automated workflow for human MSC Expansion, harvest, and final fill
    Julien Muzard, Entegris
  • P03: Mimicking large-scale mixing times in a laboratory scale single multi compartment bioreactor
    Jonas Barczyk, Stuttgart University, Germany
  • P04: CFD-guided scale-down for end-in-mind bioreactor development: from 2000 L to 2 L
    Miki Segami, Delft University of Technology, Biotechnology
  • P05: CFD simulation of pH gradients and their effect on ester hydrolysis by Candida antarctica lipase B
    Caroline Hamelmann, Technical University of Denmark - DTU, Denmark
  • P06: Challenges of bioprocess scale-down on an automated Platform
    Linda Lantian Cai, TU Berlin, Germany
  • P07: Microfluidic single-cell cultivation: A game-changer in predicting bioprocess scalability?
    Julian Schmitz, Bielefeld University, Germany
  • P08: Bridging the protein gap using single cell protein
    Koen Verhagen, dsm-firmenich, Science, Research & Innovation
  • P09: Robustness characterization of AMP producing C. glutamicum strains on single-cell level
    Yannick Scholz, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
  • P10: Analysis and control of expression heterogeneity of microbial gene circuits on a single-cell level
    Boris Yermakov, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
  • P11: Scaling - up of microbial biomass production, with immunomodulating potential
    Mihaela Palela, The National Institute of Medical-Military Research and Development, Bucharest, Romania
  • P12: Design and optimization of animal component-free media for plasmid DNA production in E. coli
    Kyle Probst, Kerry, Beloit, WI, USA
  • P13: From microtiter plate to fermenter: scale-up of a Vibrio natriegens fed-batch process
    Clara Lüchtrath, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
  • P14: Process characterization across scales of an industrial Aspergillus oryzae aerobic fed-batch fermentation Process
    Mariana Albino, Technical University of Denmark - DTU, Denmark
  • P15: Intensified proliferation of BY-2 plant cells in structurally modified culture bags for wave-mixed single-use bioreactor
    Mateusz Bartczak, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
  • P16: Development of an automated online flow cytometry method to quantify cell density and fingerprint bacterial communities 
    Juan Lopez Galvez, Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung, Angewandte Mikrobielle Ökologie 
  • P17: To feed or not to feed? – The challenges of glycerol fed-batch for Pichia pastoris expression in shake flasks
    Christina Dickmeis, Scientific Bioprocessing Inc., Baesweiler, Germany
  • P18: Effect of cell culture production methods on the survival of probiotic yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae var. boulardii in gut-like conditions
    Dorotea Rzechonek, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
  • P19: Elementary Flux Mode Analysis predicts co-culture stability in continuous bioprocesses 
    Juan Andres Martinez Alvarez, Université de Liège, Belgium
  • P20: Benefits of Off-gas Analysis – Improved volume calculation for fermentations by monitoring the absolute humidity
    Nils Arto, BlueSens gas sensor GmbH, Development
  • P21: Oxygen transfer in non-Newtonian liquids
    Emilie Overgaard Willer, Technical University of Denmark - DTU, Denmark
  • P22: Membrane-free dissolved hydrogen monitoring in hydrolytic and methanogenic bioprocesses
    Eike Janesch, TU Berlin, Germany
  • P23: Investigating signal attenuation in raman spectra of bacterial fermentations
    Christoph Lange, TU Berlin, Germany
  • P24: Mathematical modelling of the oxygen transfer rate (OTR) as a first step towards the development of a digital twin
    Marc Lemperle, Technical University of Denmark - DTU, Denmark
  • P25: Digital Twin Modeling of a Pilot-Plant Disk Centrifuge in GFPUV Production Downstream
    Alina Anamaria Malanca, Technical University of Denmark - DTU, Denmark
  • P26: Robust tube-based MPC for controlling bioprocesses under uncertainty
    Niels Krausch, TU Berlin, Germany
  • P27: Potential of predictive model-based dissolved oxygen control for intermittent fed-batch processes
    Philipp Pably, Technical University of Denmark - DTU, Denmark
  • P28: Machine learning based compartment models for dynamic simulation of heterogeneous fed-batch processes
    Hector Maldonado, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
  • P29: Accelerating Bioprocess Optimization and Scale-Up for a CHO Cell Culture Process Using Digital Models
    Jannik Richter, Leibniz University Hannover, Germany
  • P30: Enzyme-Mediated Exponential Glucose Release: A Model-Based Strategy for Continuous Defined Fed-Batch in Small-Scale Cultivations
    Annina Kemmer, TU Berlin, Germany
  • P31: Real-time Analysis of Multicomponent Bioprocesses Using Raman Spectroscopy and RAMANMETRIX(TM) 
    Jörg Weber, Biophotonics Diagnostics GmbH
  • P32: An open access platform for bioreactor
    Xiyan Li, Technical University of Denmark - DTU, Denmark
  • P33: Data Management in Automated transdisciplinary laboratories
    Simon Seidel, TU Berlin, Germany
  • P34: Silicon-Based Photonic Biosensors for Label-Free Detection of Microorganisms
    Philipp Schrenk, TU Berlin, Germany
  • P35: Mechanistic soft-sensor design for protein refolding processes based on intrinsic fluorescence measurements
    Florian Gisperg, TU Wien, Austria
  • P36: Developing a low cost, highly parallel, scalable, bacterial protein production workflow based on single-use bubble column reactors
    Nathan Wright, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
  • P37: Secretory production of bifunctional proteins with Corynebacterium glutamicum
    Vera Waffenschmidt, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
  • P38: Accelerated secretion efficiency screening for the production of microplastic-binding peptides in C. glutamicum
    Rebecca Hamel, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
  • P39: Development of a non-canonical amino acid-labeled [NiFe]-hydrogenase production system in Escherichia coli
    Qin Fan, TU Berlin, Germany
  • P40: Heterologous production of an active hydrogenase using lactose-based autoinduction
    De La Fuente Kratzborn Francisco, TU Berlin, Germany
  • P41: Bioprocess development to produce a hyperthermostable S-methyl-5′-thioadenosine phosphorylase in Escherichia coli
    Julia Schollmeyer, TU Berlin, Germany
  • P42: Characterization and optimization of peroxidase production in Komagataella phaffii with accelerated bioprocess development through automation and miniaturization
    Christian Wagner, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
  • P43: Automated strain library screening and bioprocess optimization of heterologous production of sakacin P in Corynebacterium glutamicum
    Lisa Prigolovkin, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
  • P44: Advanced workflows for the systematic identification of metabolic optimization targets in DBTL-cycles: A demonstrator for producing aromatic compounds in C. glutamicum
    Niels Hollmann, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
  • P45: Trans-cinnamic acid production by whole-cell biotransformation of recombinant Pseudomonas putida KT2440
    Sompot Antimanon, Technical University of Denmark - DTU, Denmark
  • P46: Biosynthesis of phenazine-1-carboxylic acid in Pseudomonas chlororaphis DSM19603 through media factor optimization and genetic engineering
    Anne Clausen, Aalborg University Esbjerg, Denmark
  • P47: Lactic acid production from tropical agro-food waste. An overview to opportunities in cuba
    Anabel V Sánchez-Díaz, Universidad Tecnológica de La Habana José A. Echeverría, Cuba 
  • P48: Purine nucleoside antibiotics: recent synthetic advances harnessing chemistry and biology
    Jonas Motter, TU Berlin, Germany
  • P49: Biocatalytic nucleobase diversification of 4’-thianucleosides and de novo RNA synthesis detection with 5-ethynyl-4’-thiouridine in proliferating HeLa cells
    Sarah von Westarp, TU Berlin, Germany
  • P50: Design of a production process for resistance structures and metabolites of Metarhizium robertsii MT008 for the control of Anastrepha obliqua through submerged fermentation on a laboratory scale using agroindustrial waste 
    Ginna Quiroga, Agrosavia, Bioproducts
  • P51: Opportunities of Waste Bioprocessing Towards a Circular Approach in Cuba
    Ileana Pereda-Reyes, Universidad Tecnológica de La Habana José A. Echeverría, Cuba
  • P52: Substituting raw materials: Animal by-product streams for polyhydroxyalkanoate production
    Saskia Waldburger, TU Berlin, Germany
  • P53: Polyhydroxyalkanoate production by Cupriavidus necator using apple juice residues
    Lena Kranert, Otto-von-Guericke- Universität Magdeburg, Germany
  • P54: Microbially produced monomers for biopolymers: Bioprocess development for 2-oxoglutarate production with Corynebacterium glutamicum 
    Lars Halle, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
  • P55    A comparative study of Python and Julia programming for downstream process simulation
    Fiammetta Caccavale, Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby
  • P56    Optimisation of the oxygen regime for the accelerated production of kombucha with defined co-cultures 
    Marie Ludszuweit, VLB Berlin
  • P57     Cost-to-go model predictive control for enhanced optimization of bioprocesses
    Don Fabian Müller, Competence Center CHASE GmbH, Linz, Austria