Poster Exhibition

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO THOMAS GASSLER, UNIVERSITY OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND LIFE SCIENCES, VIENNA FOR BEING AWARDED THE PRIZE OF THE BEST POSTER PRESENTATION AT EFIB 2019

Poster prize jury:

  • Marcel Van Berkel, Vice President Sugar Delta, Biobased Delta
  • Sarah Hickingbottom, CEO, BioVale
  • Klaus Pellengahr, General Manager, Novozymes Berlin GmbH
  • Patricia Osseweijer, Professor in Biotechnology and Society, TU Delft
  • Kevin O’Connor, Head of Microbiology, University College Dublin

EFIB 2019 showcased the most innovative scientific approaches in the area of industrial biotechnology and bioeconomy in a dedicated poster presentation area in the exhibition.

 

Poster title

Poster presenter

Safe and sustainable design of biotechnological solutions for a circular economy

Petra Hogervorst,
RIVM (Dutch National Institute for Public Health and the Environment)

Integrated laccase detoxification in simultaneous saccharification and fermentation

Iris Cornet, University of Antwerp

Novel urban biorefinery concept towards a circular bioeconomy

Goizeder Barberena Ibañez, National Renewable Energy Centre of Spain (CENER)

Plug-flow Reactor based Acid Fermentation with biogenic raw and residual material

Stefan Junne, Technische Universität Berlin

Bioprocess Development for Polyhydroxyalkanoate Production from Solid Waste Animal Fats in the Milliliter to Liter Scale with Ralstonia eutropha

Sebastian L. Riedel, Technische Universität Berlin

Bringing science to practice; Realisation of the first on-site manufacturing unit for
cellulosic enzymes

Tiemen Zijlstra, DSM

IBISBA 1.0: a Pan-European research infrastructure promoting industrial biotechnology as a mature manufacturing technology to support the growth of the circular bioeconomy

Fayza Daboussi, Toulouse White Biotechnology

Chemo-enzymatic synthesis of glycopolymers for the production of macromolecular architectures

David Guieysse,
Université de Toulouse, Toulouse Biotechnology Institute – INSA, UMR CNRS,
INRA

Original workflow based on in vivo evolution and high throughput fermentation: How to combine strain AND process optimisation?

Julien Cescut,
Université de Toulouse – TWB, INRA, INSA, CNRS

Bio-based functional non-isocyanate polyurethanes (NIPUs) for specialty applications

Abdul Majeed
Seayad, Institute of Chemical and Engineering Sciences, Agency for Science,
Technology and Research (A*STAR)

CarboFeed: A biotech based platform technology for CO2 utilisation in yeast

Thomas Gassler,
University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna

Computer aided directed evolution for biocatalysis and enzymatically prepared products

Grzegorz Kubik, Enzymaster
Deutschland GmbH

Recombinant ice-binding polymers for cryopreservation

Frits de Wolf,
Wageningen University and Research

Production of longer, and high-value, alcohols from syngas

Mattijs Julsing,
Wageningen University and Research

Isolation of gondoic acid from camelina oil by hydratase-catalysed reactive separation

Mattijs K.
Julsing, Wageningen University and Research

Ustilago maydis – a C5 and C6 sugars utilising fungal productionorganism

Maren Wandrey, Fraunhofer IAP

Structural protein-based coatings for synthetic materials

Caren Wienkenhöver, Fraunhofer IAP

Enzymatic hydrolysis of lignocellulosic substrates

Marion Stage, Fraunhofer IAP

Advanced modeling for purification of active ingredient obtained from fermentation

Hector Osuna, Ypso Facto

The chromatography challenge: multipurpose-technologies for biomass sugars purification

Vincent Gavroy, NOVASEP

 


SCOPE AND PROCEDURE:

The poster presentations address one or more of the following topics:

  • Material innovation (e.g. in the area of plastics and packaging, textiles & fashion)
  • Food, feed and nutrition (e.g. novel bio-based solutions for nutrition, novel ingredients & flavours, new plant-based production processes for meat and other animal-derived products, innovative feed solutions e.g. feed additives, usage of new raw materials)
  • New tools for the bio-based industry (e.g. synthetic biology, genome editing, digital solutions, artificial intelligence, big data)
  • New fermentation & production processes (e.g. use of novel feedstocks such as waste streams, advancements of bioreactors and biorefineries)

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION:

The deadline to submit an abstract has passed. Please contact us if you would like to be put on the waiting list.

 

The abstract text may not be longer than a maximum of 350 words. You can submit your abstract until 15 May 2019. You will receive a confirmation by email after the submission. Changes in the abstract are not possible after submission.

You will be notified about the status/outcome of your poster application by end of June 2019.


PARTICIPATION DETAILS:

There is no fee for the poster presentation.
Presenters only pay the applicable registration fee (special rate for academia). Learn more


QUESTIONS?

Please contact:
Dr. Ines Herlitze
efib-poster@biocom.de

We look forward to hearing from you!