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New Erasmus+ KA 107 project with Egypt started!

The European Erasmus+ programme offers the possibility of a worldwide scientific and teaching exchange. The key action 107 aims at extending the well-known Erasmus mobility of individuals between the European programme countries to other regions across the globe (partner countries) and provides the opportunity of gaining international experience. Mobility of university students, lecturers and employees coming from partner countries to Germany (Incoming) or moving from Germany to partner countries (Outgoing) can be supported. The mobility of students is limited from 3-12 months and the mobility of lecturers or employees can be supported for a stay of at least 5 days up to a 2 months´ duration.

Within Erasmus+ the department of Bioprocess Engineering of TU Berlin is collaborating with the American University of Cairo (AUC). 6 Mobilities for students are funded in KA 107:

Level
Country of origin
Country of destination
Home university
Host university
No of month
No of persons
Master student mobility - outgoing
Germany
Egypt
TU Berlin
AUC
9
2
PhD student mobility - outgoing
Germany
Egypt
TU Berlin
AUC
6
2
Master student mobility - incoming
Egypt
Germany
AUC
TU Berlin
9
1
PhD student mobility - incoming
Egypt
Germany
AUC
TU Berlin
6
1
Staff - outgoing
Germany
Egypt
TU Berlin
AUC
8 days
2
Staff - incoming
Egypt
Germany
AUC
TU Berlin
28 days
2

 

Master and PhD students of TU Berlin can apply for a grant to go to AUC in Egypt. The following grants are available:

Students outgoing to Egypt:        650 Euro/month

Lump sum for travel:                      275 Euro

Closing day for application is 20.11.2017. Please see the Application form for documents and information needed for the application.

Link zur Application Form (DOCX, 1,0 MB)

Information on scientific topics that will be worked with during the Erasmus+ project are shortly described in the following applications.

Link zum Announcement “Screening the Red Sea metagenomics data base for nucleoside phosphorylase with novel activity” (PDF, 4,5 MB)

Link zum Announcement “Screening the Red Sea metagenomics data base for antibacterial and cytotoxic products” (PDF, 329,2 KB)

Erstinformationen zu Erasmus+ KA 107 Mobilität mit Partnerländern (PDF, 561,7 KB)  

Join the 5th BioProScale in 2018 !

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The registration for the 5th international BioProScale Symposium and Exhibition, which will take place between the 20th and 22nd of March 2018 is now open at www.bioproscale-conference.org !

The symposium will focus on scale up/down related issues, bioprocess intensification by monitoring, modelling and control as well as on economic and environmental aspects of microbial-based large-scale bioprocesses. Like in the past, the symposium aims to combine expertise of members from academia and industry to move bioprocess development and production forward in Europe and beyond.

We are looking forward to welcome you in Berlin next March!

 

 

"Lab of the Future" @ TU Berlin

Thursday, 20. July 2017

Our lab was presented by TU-intern. Get an impression here (in German): http://www.pressestelle.tu-berlin.de/menue/tub_medien/newsportal/forschungs_news/2017/48_experimente_gleichzeitig/

 

 

Video Highlight "Online optimal experimental re-design in robotic parallel fed-batch cultivation facilities"

Wednesday, 22. March 2017

Video Highlight from Nicolas Cruz Bournazou on the recently published B&B paper entitled "Online optimal experimental re-design in robotic parallel fed-batch cultivation facilities."

  

The new video about the Biorapid ITN is online

Monday, 16. January 2017

Lupe

have a look here! 

The Marie-Sklodowska-Curie Training Network aims to train early stage researchers within the area of consistent model-based bioprocess development and scale-up of various processes for recombinant protein probiotic compounds production including all aspects of scale up/down, PAT and downstream processing. 

Click here for more information... 

 

 

Symposium „Innovationspotenziale im Bereich Process Analytical Technologies (PAT)“ und "Wissenschaft vor Ort: Das Fachgebiet Bioverfahrenstechnik der TU Berlin stellt sich vor"

Wednesday, 07. December 2016

Am 7. Dezember 2016 fand ein Symposium zum Thema „Innovationspotenziale von prozessanalytischen Werkzeugen in der Biotechnologie – Bio-PAT“ statt, bei dem der neue Verein und das neu renovierte Technikum mit dem "Zukunftslabor" vorgestellt wurde:

 

Prozessschritte optimieren – Neue Potentiale für die Biotechnologie
07.12.16 13:00 Uhr bis 20:00 Uhr

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