Modulhandbuch

Bioeconomy

Empf. Vorkenntnisse

 

Bioenergy fundamentals and basic laboratory skills

Basics of biology and bioengineering

 

Lehrform Vorlesung/Seminar/Labor
Lernziele

Students know trends, perspectives and limits of the future biobased economy. They understand the close relationship between energy, raw materials, end products, processes, equipment, and process control, and can apply their knowledge in research and development as well as production.

 

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

  • Workload:300 h
Leistungspunkte und Noten

Written examination (60 min), laboratory report(s) and presentation and defense

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

 

ECTS 10.0
Modulverantw.

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Christiane Zell

 

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

Master MBT

Veranstaltungen Biobased Industry
Art Vorlesung/Seminar
Nr. M+V585
SWS 4.0
Lerninhalt

 

Students get to know current topics of bioeconomy

 

Literatur

 

  • Lewandowsky, I.: Bioeconomy. Springer; 1st ed. 2018
  • OECD: The Bioeconomy to 2030. 2009

 

Bioenergy
Art Vorlesung
Nr. M+V583
SWS 2.0
Lerninhalt

 

  • Biogas process: Engineering aspects, biological stages, economic and ecological aspects, current research topics
  • Biotechnological ethanol process: Microbiological background, application, current research topics
  • Biotechnological acetone/butanol process
  • Research in biotechnological conversion processes: Microbial fuel cells, microalgae technology (cultivation, oil production)

 

Literatur

 

  • Khanna, M. (ed.); Scheffran, J.; Zilberman, D.: Handbook of Bioenergy Economics and Policy; E-book;
    Springer, New York, 2010
  • Deublein, D.; Steinhauser, A.: Biogas from Waste and Renewable Resources; Wiley-VCH, Weinheim,
    2nd ed. 2010
  • Blaschek, H.-P.; Ezeji, T.; Scheffran, J.: Biofuels from Agricultural Wastes and By-Products; Wiley Blackwell, 2010
  • Vertes, A. (ed.); Qureshi, N.; Yukawa, H.; Blaschek, H.-P.: Biomass to Biofuels: Strategies for Global Industries; Wiley, 2010

 

Bioenergy - Lab
Art Labor
Nr. M+V584
SWS 2.0
Lerninhalt

 

Students enhance their theoretical knowledge with practical aspects of exemplary bioenergy production processes

 

Literatur

 

  • Cholostiakow, T. (2017): In-situ Methanation in Biogas Reactors with regulation of Hydrogen Production Rate and pH control by addition of inorganic buffer. Master'sThesis Hochschule Offenburg

 


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

 


Food and Environmental Biotechnology

Lehrform Vorlesung/Seminar/Labor
Lernziele

Upon completion of the module the students will be able to:

create and develop strategies that reflect the interdisciplinary nature of science, regulation and enterprise in the environmental and food biotechnology and deliver working knowledge of the various steps in the development of an environmental and food biotechnology- derived product from inception to the final product.

Dauer 1 Semester
SWS 0.0
Aufwand
  • Lehrveranstaltung:445 h
  • Selbststudium/
    Gruppenarbeit:455 h

  • Workload:900 h
Leistungspunkte und Noten

Written examination (90min.), written examination (60min.), written test (60min.), written test (90min.), scientific homework, oral presentation, 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 30.0
Modulverantw.

Dr. Hab. Eng. Agnieszka Cydzik- Kwiatkowska (Mrs.), UWM

Max. Teilnehmer 1
Empf. Semester MBT 2
Häufigkeit jedes Jahr (SS)
Verwendbarkeit

Master MBT


Master's Thesis

Lehrform Wissenschaftl. Arbeit/Sem
Lernziele

 

The Master's thesis allows the student to demonstrate his or her ability to independently handle a scientific project from the area of process engineering within a limited period of time by means of scientific methods.

The final thesis is defended by the student with an oral presentation of about 15 minutes, plus a discussion of about 10 minutes. The discussion constitutes a final oral examination.

 

Dauer 1 Semester
SWS 0.0
Aufwand
  • Lehrveranstaltung:-
  • Selbststudium/
    Gruppenarbeit:900 h

  • Workload:900 h
Leistungspunkte und Noten

 

The grade of the written thesis is the unrounded mean value of the assessments by the supervising university professor and a second (internal or external) supervisor.

The module grade is determined by the supervisors as follows:

o   80% for assessment of written thesis

o   20% for presentation and defense of thesis

 

ECTS 30.0
Modulverantw.

 

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Christiane Zell

 

Max. Teilnehmer 1
Empf. Semester MBT 3
Häufigkeit jedes Semester
Verwendbarkeit

Master MBT


Non-Technical Competences

Lehrform Seminar
Lernziele

The students know important trends and ethical issues in biotechnology.

They understand the context of engineering and technology, economy, ecology and ethics, and accept it as a foundation of their future professional conduct. They will gain an understanding of variation and uncertainty and how it affects the performance of business, commerce and manufacturing. They will understand the fundamentals of a learning organization, what influences the way people behave, and appreciate how all of this fits into the systemic whole.

 

Dauer 1 Semester
SWS 6.0
Aufwand
  • Lehrveranstaltung:90 h
  • Selbststudium/
    Gruppenarbeit:90 h

  • Workload:180 h
Leistungspunkte und Noten

In addition to the mandatory course (Bioperspectives and Bioethics), students declare which courses with a total of 4 C to be included in the module. The module grade is the product of the individual course grades multiplied by the respective C, divided by the total C of 6 for the module. Additional courses can be listed in the transcript of records, without counting towards the module grade or total grade.

The list of elective subjects will be published before the beginning of the semester and is valid for the current semester.

ECTS 6.0
Modulverantw.

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Christiane Zell

Prof. Torsten Schneider, Ph.D.

 

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

Master MBT

Veranstaltungen Bioperspectives and Bioethics
Art Seminar
Nr. M+V586
SWS 2.0
Lerninhalt

 

 


Safety and Control in Biotechnology

Empf. Vorkenntnisse

 

Bachelor's level in control engineering, knowledge in process engineering

 

Lehrform Vorlesung
Lernziele

Students have obtained comprehensive knowledge of safety and process control in bioengineering.

 

Dauer 1 Semester
SWS 4.0
Aufwand
  • Lehrveranstaltung:60 h
  • Selbststudium/
    Gruppenarbeit:60 h

  • Workload:120 h
Leistungspunkte und Noten

Written examinations (60 min) and oral examination

The module grade is the product of the individual course grades multiplied with the respective C, divided by the total C of 4 for the module.

 

ECTS 4.0
Modulverantw.

N.N.

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

Master MBT

Veranstaltungen Process Control Engineering
Art Vorlesung
Nr. M+V916
SWS 2.0
Lerninhalt
  • the automation pyramid
  • norms and regulations
  • the most relevant DCS systems
  • sensors and actuators
  • fieldbus systems
  • controller and DCS levels
Literatur
  • Schildt, H.-H.; Kastner, W.: Prozeßautomatisierung; Springer, 1998
  • Polke, M. (ed.): Process Control Engineering;VCH Weinheim 1994
  • Siemens: Manual of Siemens Simatic PCS 7, part 1 and 2
  • Available online:
    www.pacontrol.com/siemens-manuals/Process-Control-System-PCS-7-Part1.pdf
    www.pacontrol.com/siemens-manuals/Process-Control-System-PCS-7-Part2.pdf
Regulatory Affairs and Safety in Biotechnology
Art Vorlesung/Übung
Nr. M+V582
SWS 2.0
Lerninhalt

Students get to know the procedures and suppositions for working in the field of biotechnology, concerning regulatory affairs, biosafety and QM.

  • Biotechnology and Regulatory affairs I
  • Regulatory affairs II
  • Biosafety
  • QM in the industrial communityB

 

Students will be introduced in the different areas of biotechnologies. Within this for designing biodevices or executing procedures for bioanalysis, nowadays an enlarged understanding for regulatory affairs, IVD (in-vitro diagnostic) guidelines is getting mandatory. In addition to that aspects to biosafety and overall quality management has to be considered for commercial bioengineering.

Literatur

reading list:

  • Bill Griffiths. The role of the regulatory affairs function during mergers and acquisitions. Regulatory Rapporteur. February 2011.
  • Ronan Donelan. Good decision-making practice in the regulatory arena. Regulatory Rapporteur - Vol 10, No 6, June 2013.
  • Monique Garrett. The reality of regulatory leaders in pharma today. Regulatory Rapporteur - Vol 10, No 11, November 2013.
  • Satesh, M. K.: Bioethics and Biosafety, I K International Publishing House Pvt. Ltd 2008
  • Mike Page. The regulatory affairs function as a global development strategic partner. Regulatory Rapporteur - Vol 11, No 1, January 2014.

downloads:

http://www.raps.org/personifyebusiness/portals/0/documents/2010_sop_report.pdf

http://edma-ivd.eu/library/the-proposal-for-new-ivd-regulation#



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