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Bio-PAT Seminar: The iConsensus project – an integrated control and sensing platform
April 7 ; 15:00 – 17:00
Bio-PAT online seminar in the series „Trends in the measurement and control technology in biotechnology“: The iConsensus project – an integrated control and sensing platform for production of biopharmaceuticals, vaccines and advanced therapies (in English)
Since 2022 Bio-PAT is organizing the series „Trends in measurement and control technology in biotechnology“, formerly provided by the DECHEMA Working group „Messen und Regeln“, which is still supporting these events.
In this series, methods in measurement and control technologies in biotechnology are presented and the question is discussed how biotechnological processes can be optimally conducted by the application of process analytical technologies.
On the 07.04.2022, recent progresses of the iConsensus project will be presented.
iConsensus (2018-2022) is a collaborative research consortium formed by experts from academia and industry. The consortium is developing an integrated control and sensing platform for production of biopharmaceuticals, vaccines and advanced therapies. The platform aims to be a key element for achieving faster and safer production of pharmaceuticals, more cost-effective development and manufacturing processes. More information you can find in the Periodic report I.
Registration (free of charge)
15:00 Welcome: Prof. Peter Neubauer (Chair of Bioprocess Engineering, Institute of Biotechnology, Technische Universität Berlin)
15:05 The Network Bio-PAT
Dr. Anika Bockisch (Bio-PAT e.V.)
Moderation & Introduction: Prof. Bernd Hitzmann (Chair of Process Analytics and Cereal Science, University of Hohenheim)
15:15 Integrated control and sensing platform to support biopharmaceutical cultivation process, high-throughput development and production, iConsensus
Prof. Veronique Chotteau (Department of Industrial Biotechnology, School of Engineering Sciences in Chemistry, Biotechnology and Health, KTH Royal Institute of Technology)
15:45 Enabling online 2D-fluorescence monitoring in continuously shaken microtiter plates
Christoph Berg (Aachener Verfahrenstechnik / Bioprocess Engineering Aachen – Biochemical Engineering (AVT.BioVT), RWTH Aachen University)
16:15 Bioprocess monitoring with Raman spectra – Generic data driven models
Dr. Olivier Paquet-Durand (Chair of Process Analytics and Cereal Science, University of Hohenheim)
The last online-Seminar on the 17.03.2022 was presenting different methods using Raman spectroscopy for the development and quality control of bioprocesses (in German).
Organization: Bio-PAT e.V. (supported by DECHEMA e.V.)