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HTBD and KIWI-biolab @ 6th BioProScale

The 6th BioProScale took place virtually from 29.03. to 31.03.2021. It was a great experience for us. We thank all presenters, participants and discussion partners for the interesting talks. The HTBD group and KIWI-biolab were represented with one talk and 8 posters at BioProScale. Here you can find all our contributions:

Isabel Schumann studied the mutation rate in different plasmid backbons. Her poster summarized her last results and is a great contribution for bioprocess stability: "Determination of plasmid mutation rates in E. coli using an automated high-throughput Quasi-Turbidostat"
Poster | Video

Niels Krausch showed us in his poster how Model Predictive Control can be used to efficiently bioprocess control:  "From screening to production: a holistic approach of high-throughput model-based screening for recombinant protein production" 
Poster | Video

Judit Aizpuru focues in her KIWI-biolab poster on the issue of modelling the desolved oxigen signal related to the sensor used in our mini bioreactor system: "Importance of oxygen signal shape matching for robust parameter estimation in bioprocess development"
Poster

Max Schmacht from the VLB presented his last modelling results of his Ph.D. project : High Gravity Beer: "The batch brewing process represented by a mechanistic model"
Poster | Video

Fabian Schröder demonstrated in his poster of repoter plasmids in kombination with high throughput screening and automation: "An automated method that enables high-throughput screening of knockout libraries with focus on industrial important metabolic cell properties"
Poster | Video

Simon Seidel shows the implementation of an IT platform for data handling of a complete development cycle developed in the SIT_PLC project together with Siemens: "Developing a unified IT Platform covering the whole development cycle - A Case study for Enzyme Production"
Poster | Video

Lucas Kaspersetz developed within the KIWI-biolab the BioXplorer facility, the second automated mini bioreactor facility in the HTBD labratory. The first results are summarzied in his poster: "Integration of a robotic small scale bioreactor system as a prerequisite for a self-learning & autonomous cultivation platform"
Poster

The DEEPWEP project was presented by Frederik Steiner. In this poster, the benefits of a steering free novel mini bioreactor are illustrated. 
Poster | Video