Programme

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

11.00

 

Registration, light refreshments

12.00

Axel Brakhage
Leibniz-HKI Jena

Welcome

Session 1: Applied Molecular Biology

12.15

Oskar Zelder
BASF Ludwigshafen

Protein engineering for better fermentation products

12.35

Falk Hillmann
Leibniz-HKI Jena

Molecular mediators during predatory interactions of amoeba and pathogenic fungi

12.50

Jaiana Malabarba
MPI CE Jena

Turn on, turn off: How to change seed contents in grapevine using an efficient biotechnological method

13.05

Vito Valiante
Leibniz-HKI Jena

Innovative ways to uncover fungal natural products

13.20

Ulrich Schwaneberg
RWTH Aachen

KnowVolution: Protein engineering for innovations

13.40

 

Coffee Break, Poster Presentation

Session 2: Advances in Microscale Systems

14.10

Thomas Pfohl
University of Basel

Microfluidics for the analysis of cellular dynamics: From the evolution of emergent networks to drug testing of unicellular parasites

14.30

Erik Freier
Leibniz-ISAS Dortmund

Online analytics for microscale systems: spatially resolved spectroscopy

14.45

Miguel Tovar
Leibniz-HKI Jena

Mining the treasures of microbial diversity for the next generation biotechnology using droplet microfluidics

15.00

Julian Thiele
Leibniz-IPF Dresden

Droplet microfluidics - from material design to cell-free biotechnology

15.15

Ralf Seemann
University of Saarbrücken

Microfluidic platform to study membrane properties: passive translocation of particles and SNARE mediated fusion

15.35

 

Coffee Break, Poster Presentation

16.00

Frank Bier
Fraunhofer IZI-BB, Potsdam

Biotech meets microsystems – the power of biosystems integration

16.20

Alexander Groß
TU Ilmenau

Integrated droplet-based microfluidic system for microbial metabolism induction screening

16.35

Thomas Weber
Leibniz-HKI Jena

Empowering droplet microfluidics for biotechnological process with technical and interdisciplinary research

16.50

Sebastian Springer
Jacobs University Bremen

Polyelectrolyte microcapsules and patterned surfaces in bioanalytics

17.05

 

Coffee Break, Poster Presentation

Session 3: Advances in Material Concepts

17.30

Julius Vancso
University of Twente

Probing of electrostatics at the molecular level for adhesion proteins by AFM

17.50

Sven Feifel
TU Wildau

Efficient coupling of photosystem I with different types of electrodes by means of proteins and aromatic compounds

18.05

Jiaxi Cui
Leibniz-INM Saarbrücken

Dynamic polymer systems with self-regulated secretion: localizing the secretion function

18.20

Break, Poster Presentation 

19:00

Panel Discussion

Biotechnologie 2.0 – Brauchen wir noch Zellen?

Frank Bier, Fraunhofer IZI-BB, Potsdam
Thorsten Heinzel, FSU Jena
Matthias Kölbel, BMBF
Oskar Zelder, BASF

Moderation:
Axel Brakhage, Leibniz-HKI Jena

20.30

Dinner, Poster Presentation

 

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Session 4: Cell free Biosyntheses

09.00

Peter Bieling
MPI Dortmund

Reconstitution of a morphogenic membrane system

09.20

Martin Dippe
Leibniz-IPB Halle

Coenzyme A ligases as part of biocatalytic cascades - enzymatic generation of carboxylic acid conjugates

09.35

Maike Köster
University of Hamburg

Development of a combined in vitro transcription and translation system for rapid cell-free screening of metagenome DNA

09.50

Hajo Kries
Leibniz-HKI Jena

Unusual terpene cyclization in plants

10.05

Peter Neubauer
TU Berlin

Bioprocess design by combining in silico cell models with automated parameter identification in parallel experiments

10.20

Coffee Break, Poster Presentation

10.50

Stefan Kubick
Fraunhofer IZI-BB, Potsdam

Cell-free bioproduction: Engineering proteins for therapy, diagnostics and biotechnological applications

11.05

Martin Siemann-Herzberg
University of Stuttgart

Identifying systems-limiting factors in bacterial cell-free protein synthesis systems

11.20

Stefan Schiller
University of Freiburg

The elementary cell – towards orthogonal complex molecular modules expanding cellular function in vitro and in vivo

11.35

Jürgen Hubbuch
KIT Karlsruhe

Molecular Interaction Engineering – Integration of (bio-)synthetic molecules in technical hybrid systems

11.55

 

Closing Remarks, Outlook Annual Congress 2017

12.10

 

End of the Meeting, Lunch