In this 2021 edition of the ISBP events, a series of 10 scientific seminars will be presented starting from May 6. If you wish to actively participate in this series of seminars, please contact the organizer at ISBP2021@hevs.ch.
All presentations are subject to the approval of the organising committee which will contact you to validate your presentation and send you the relevant information.
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Once registred, please copy the link that appears on the confirmation web page and use it on Thursday at 13.00 CET - Central European Time - to join the meeting.
Within three days of the live presentation, a video of the livestreamed presentation will be posted on this page.
Seminar Calender ♦ always starting at 13h00 CET Central Europe Time, if not mentioned otherwise ♦
May 6, 13h00 CET >>>>> link to the recorded presentation
Polyhydroxyalkanoates and stress robustness of bacteria
Dr. Stanislav Obruča, BRNO University of Technology, Czech Republic
May 13, 13h00 CET >>>>> link to the recorded presentation
A hybrid model for the production of PHA in continuous cultures
Speaker 1: Dr. Andrea Ochsner, University of applied sciences and arts of Western Switzerland, Switzerland
Speaker 2: Dr. Martin Francisco Luna, Ingar, CONICET-UTN, Santa Fe, Argentina
May 20 , 13h00 CET >>>>> link to the recorded presentation
Presentation 1: From fossil fuel-based plastics to bioplastics through model-driven and synthetic biology-assisted engineering of Pseudomonas putida KT2440
Speaker 1: Dr. Maria-Tsampika Manoli, CIB-CSIC & SusPlast-CSIC, Madrid, Spain
Presentation 2: Crystal structure of PHA synthase and the unexpected open-closed heterodimer
Speaker 2: Dr. Min Fey (Adrian) Chek, Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
May 27, 13h00 CET >>>>> link to the recorded presentation
Presentation 1: Monitoring and control of polyhydroxyalkanoate production from oleaginous feedstocks by photo density wave sprectroscopy
Speaker 1: Bjoern Gutschmann, Technische Universität Berlin, Chair of Bioprocess Engineering, Berlin, Germany
Presentation 2: Engineering Burkholderia sacchari to enhance polyhydroxyalkanoates production from xylose: Production, analysis and application
Speaker 2: Dr. Edmar Ramos Oliveira-Filho, University of São Paulo, Laboratory of Bioproducts, Dpt of Microbiology, Institute of Biomedical Sciences, São Paulo, Brazil
June 3, 13:00 CET >>>>> link to the recorded presentation
Presentation 1: The industrial trends and research developments of polyhydroxyalkanoates
Speaker 1: Dr. Jian Wen Ye, South China Univesity of Technology, China
Presentation 2: Policy initiatives curbing plastics use and their effects on PHA use & proliferation
Speaker 2: Anindya Mukherjee, Global Organisation for PHA, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
June 10, 13:00 CET >>>>> link to the recorded presentation
Presentation 1: PolyP and PHB metabolism : Absence of polyP in Ralstonia europha reduces PHB accumulation at high C to P conditions
Speaker 1: Hanna Rosigkeit, Institute of Microbiology, University Stuttgart, Germany
Presentation 2: Unexpected properties of polyP kinases in Ralstonia eutropha
Speaker 2: Jennie Hildenbrand, Institute of Microbiology, University of Stuttgart, Germany
June 17, 13:00 CET >>>>> link to the recorded presentation
Presentation 1 : PET as a non-conventional feedstock for the synthesis of polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHAs)
Speaker 1: Tanja Narancic, School of Biomolecular and Biomedical Science, University College Dublin (UCD), Dublin, Ireland.
Presentation 2: Microfibrillated cellulose : applications and potential alternative feedstock
Speaker 2: Eya Damergi, Institute of Environmental Engineering, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland.
June 24 - 13:00 CET
Presentation 1 : Processing and highly ordered structure analyses of strong and elastic poly[(R)-3-hydroxybutyrate-co-4-hydroxybutyrate] fiber
Speaker 1: Mr. Taku Omura, University of Tokyo, Japan
Presentation 2: Environmental degradability of poly(ethylene succinate) that could be hydrolyzed by poly(3-hydroxybutyrate)-degrading enzymes
Speaker 2: Assist. Prof. Miwa Suzuki, University of Tokyo, Japan
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