Developed in partnership with UC San Diego's Division of Biological Sciences, this 3-day workshop is designed to provide a deep dive into bioreactor principles and bioprocess development. You will be equipped with the fundamental knowledge and practical skills needed to design, develop, optimize, control, scale-up, analyze, and troubleshoot your fermentation processes. Five case studies allow attendees to practice what they have learned. A “Fermentation Firing Line” provides a lively, open ended forum for attendees to pose questions to the instructional team on any fermentation-related subject.
Understand the biological principles behind microbial metabolism, growth, and genetic modification
Review the principles behind bioreactor design, operation, monitoring control, and scale up
Learn how to improve fermentation performance through statistical design and analysis of experiments
Learn a structured approach to downstream bioprocess design
Learn how to carry out economic analysis of bioprocess operating and capital costs
Solve real-world, industrial fermentation problems
Who Should Attend?
The workshop is intended for scientific, engineering, and business professionals with some prior fermentation-related experience.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (858) 534-6648.
- Jeff Lievense, Ph.D., Senior Advisor to the CEO, Bioengineering & Technology, Genomatica
- Rachel Dutton, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Molecular Biology, UC San Diego
- Jon Hansen, Ph.D., Chief Engineering Officer, Triton Algae Innovations
- Tim Dodge, M.S., Senior Staff Scientist, DuPont
- Michael Japs, Senior Director, Process Technology, Genomatica
- Jason Ryder, Ph.D., CTO and Co-Founder, Miraculex
- Jason Crater, Manager, Process Deployment, Genomatica
Course Number: BIOL-40281
Credit: 2.00 unit(s)
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8/15/2018 - 8/17/2018