Modulhandbuch

Biotechnological Processes from Lab to Market

Empf. Vorkenntnisse

Basics of biotechnology and process engineering

 

Lehrform Vorlesung/Labor
Lernziele

 

Students are equipped with comprehensive understanding of all process steps relating to bioproducts of industrial importance.

They are able to define and assess the procedures for biomanufacturing. They know how to select the appropriate process steps and how to evaluate process alternatives.

 

Dauer 1 Semester
SWS 8.0
Aufwand
  • Lehrveranstaltung:120 h
  • Selbststudium/
    Gruppenarbeit:180 h

  • Workload:300 h
Leistungspunkte und Noten

 

Written examination (90 min) and laboratory report(s)

The module grade is the product of the individual course grades multiplied with the respective C, divided by the total C of 10 for the module.

 

ECTS 10.0
Modulverantw.

N.N.

Max. Teilnehmer 1
Empf. Semester MBT 1
Häufigkeit jedes Jahr (WS)
Verwendbarkeit

Master MBT

Veranstaltungen Biotechnological Process from Lab to Market
Art Vorlesung
Nr. M+V580
SWS 4.0
Lerninhalt

1. Project management and Product Commercialization Framework

2. Business case

3. Intellectual property

4. Literature search

5. Biochemistry

6. Bioanalytics

7. Screening

8. Fermentation Development

9. Downstream Development

10. Upscaling and Regulatory approval

11. Marketing and customer support

Literatur
  • Doran, P.M.: Bioprocess Engineering principles, second edition, Elsevier 2013
  • Villadssen, J.; Liden, G.; Nielsen, J.: Bioreaction Engineering Principles, Springer 2011
  • Dunn, I.J.; Heinzle, E.; Ingham, J.; Prenosil, J.E.: Biological Reaction Engineering, Wiley-VCH, 2003
  • Dutta, R.: Fundamentals of Biochemical Engineering. Springer 2008
  • Chmiel, H.: Bioprozesstechnik, Elsevier Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, 2006
Biotechnological Process from Lab to Market - Lab
Art Labor
Nr. M+V581
SWS 4.0
Lerninhalt

 

Students develop and perform a biotechnological production process, including

  • feasibility study
  • concept development
  • safety and authority considerations and management
  • basic design and detail engineering
  • realization in lab scale, including upstream processing, fermentation, downstream processing, analytics and quality control
  • presentation to decision makers

 

Literatur

 

  • Doran, P.M.: Bioprocess Engineering Principles, second edition, Elsevier 2013
  • Villadssen, J.; Liden, G.; Nielsen, J.: Bioreaction Engineering Principles, Springer 2011
  • Dunn, I.J.; Heinzle, E.; Ingham, J.; Prenosil, J. E.: Biological Reaction Engineering, Wiley-VCH, 2003
  • Dutta, R.: Fundamentals of Biochemical Engineering. Springer 2008
  • Chmiel, H.: Bioprozesstechnik, Elsevier Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, 2006

 


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