13th European Congress of Chemical Engineering and 6th European Congress of Applied Biotechnology

Selected posters for Poster FlashTalks:

Topics: Link to discussion in
1.1. Modelling, Measurement and Process Control                                            
2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses

2.2. Separation technologies / downstream processing
2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
2.4. Biological Production Systems
3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water

3.2 Energy: Generation and storage, energy and chemical engineering
4.1 Novel ways of education and training 
5.1 Future Directions in Product Design and Engineering



1.1. Modelling, Measurement and Process Control 
to be presented on Tuesday, 21 September at 15:45 in the session Biotechnology VI

P 1.1.01
Study of mesenchymal stem cells adhesion using experimental and molecular modelling approaches
Dr. Ibrahima Gaye; Latifa Chebil
Laboratoire Réactions et Génie des Procédés, Université de Lorraine, CNRS, LRGP

P 1.1.03
Developing a semi-parametric model for bioprocess dynamic simulation and uncertainty prediction
Fernando Vega Ramon¹; Thomas Savage¹; Dr. Ehecatl del Río Chanona²; Dr. Dongda Zhang¹
¹ The University of Manchester; ² Imperial College London

P 1.1.06
Protein hydrolysis: Prediction of hydrolysate composition kinetic through size-exclusion chromatography
Dr. Nastassia Kaugarenia; Sophie Beaubier; Xavier Framboisier; François Lesage; Romain Kapel
LRGP, University of Lorraine

P 1.1.07
A 3D-printed microfluidic gradient generator for parallelization of porous silicon-based sensor systems
John-Alexander Preuß; Christopher Heuer; Marc Buttkewitz; Dr. Janina Bahnemann
Leibniz Universität Hannover / Institut für Technische Chemie

P 1.1.09
Kalman Filter-based soft sensors for biomass, glucose and acetate in parallel Escherichia coli mini-bioreactor fed-batch fermentations
Annina Kemmer; Nico Fischer; Terrance Wilms; Sebastian Hans; Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rudibert King; Prof. Dr. Peter Neubauer; Dr. M. Nicolas Cruz-Bournazou
Technische Universität Berlin

P 1.1.10
Automated Monitoring of Cell Culture by Headspace analysis using GC-IMS
Dr. Philipp Lebhardt; Dr. Jessica Horbelt; Dr. Jens Langejürgen
Fraunhofer IPA

P 1.1.18
Reproducing dynamic environment in microfluidic single-cell cultivation based on computational lifeline analysis
Phuong Ho¹; Sarah Täuber²; Prof. Dr. Alexander Grünberger²; Dr. Eric von Lieres¹
¹ Forschungszentrum Jülich; ² Universität Bielefeld


2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
P 2.1.05 - P 2.1.18 to be presented on Tuesday, 21 September at 17:15 in the session Bioreactors / Bioprocess Development IV
P 2.1.19 - P 2.1.38 to be presented on Thursday, 23 September at 14:25 in the session Bioreactor / Bioprocess Development VIII

P 2.1.05
A new experimental method to explore instantaneous and local transmembrane pressure within dynamic filtration module
Ming CHENG¹; Claude Le Men²; Alain Line¹; Philippe Schmitz¹; Luc Fillaudeau³
¹ INSA Toulouse; ² CNRS; ³ INRAE

P 2.1.10
Experimental Study of an Integrated Membrane Reactor Cascade with Flow Reversal for the Dehydrogenation of Propane
Andreas Brune¹; Alexander Geschke²; Prof. Dr. Andreas Seidel-Morgenstern²; Prof. Dr. Christof Hamel¹
¹ Otto von Guericke University, Institute of Process Engineering and Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Process Engineering; ² Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg

P 2.1.11
Design of a bioprocess for the recombinant production of peptide-based antibiotics in P. pastoris
Lisa Michel; Alexander Thoma; Stephan Noll; Jörg Andrä; Prof. Dr. Gesine Cornelissen
HAW Hamburg

P 2.1.12
Direct synthesis of functionalized biphenyls via catalyst-free photoreaction in a capillary microreactor
Christoph Deckers; Thomas H. Rehm
Fraunhofer IMM

P 2.1.15
Purification of Industrial Waste Air Using a Consortium of Microorganisms in a Sustainable Biotrickling Filter
Julian Eckert; Ludwig Gredmaier; Prof. Dr. Sabine Grüner-Lempart; Nadia Schneller; Carina Harue Bastos Inoue
Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

P 2.1.17
Continuous Grignard formation and Grignard reaction set-up
Eva Deitmann¹; Lars Gössl¹; Dr. Patrick Löb¹; Dr. Gabriele Menges-Flanagan¹; Dorothea Reinhard¹; Prof. Dr. Dirk Ziegenbalg²
¹ Fraunhofer - IMM; ² Universität Ulm

P 2.1.18
Dynamic Model Development of Single Droplet Drying Experiments using Acoustic Levitation
Moritz Buchholz
Technische Universität Hamburg (TUHH)

P 2.1.19
Characterization of the molecular weight and the G / M ratio of the alginate produced by Azotobacter vinelandii
Dr. Belén Ponce¹; Francisco Sanchez-Rosales²; Rodrigo Andler³; Alvaro Díaz-Barrera¹
¹ Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaiso; ² Universidad Nacional de Agricultura ; ³ Universidad Católica del Maule

P 2.1.23
Droplet-based micro-bioreactor with integrated online sensors for process development and cell-based assays
Kevin Viebrock¹; Anastasia Drogge¹; Lasse Frey¹; Dominik Rabl²; Sven Meinen³; Prof. Dr. Andreas Dietzel³; Prof. Dr. Torsten Mayr²; Prof. Dr. Rainer Krull¹
¹ TU Braunschweig - Institute of Biochemical Engineering; ² Graz University of Technology - Institute of Analytical Chemistry and Food Chemistry; ³ TU Braunschweig - Institute of Microtechnology

P 2.1.25
Mass transfer effect on photocatalytic water splitting process
Pengcheng Li; Daniel Kowalczyk; Prof. Dr. Dirk Ziegenbalg
Ulm University

P 2.1.30
Computational fluid dynamics of degradation of platinum wire during ammonia oxidation process
Łukasz Makowski; Mariusz Tyrański; Wojciech Orciuch; Małgorzata Wróbel
Warsaw University of Technology

P 2.1.34
Evaluation and Commissioning of a Reactive Centrifuge
Francesca Meyer; Prof. Dr. Andreas Liese; Prof. Dr. Mirko Skiborowski; Dr. Paul Bubenheim; Thomas Waluga
Hamburg University of Technology, Hamburg

P 2.1.36
Establishment of fermentation strategies for glucolipid production with the marine bacterium Alcanivorax borkumensis
Tobias Karmainski; Marie Dielentheis-Frenken; Dr. Till Tiso; Lars Matthias Blank
RWTH Aachen University

P 2.1.38
PETR – A Novel Bioreactor for Continuous in-vitro Cultivation of Intestinal Microbiota
David Vorländer; Gábor Schultz; Detlev Rasch; Prof. Dr.-Ing. Antje Spieß; Dr. Katrin Dohnt
Technische Universität Braunschweig


2.2. Separation technologies / downstream processing
to be presented on Thursday, 23 September at 15:55 in the session Films

P 2.2.03
Preparation of liposomes by classical ethanol injection and membrane contactor methods: Application to cysteamine encapsulation
Carla Atallah¹; Hélène Greige-Gerges²; Dr. Catherine Charcosset¹
¹ Université Lyon 1, LAGEPP; ² Université Libanaise

P 2.2.05
Rational Adsorbent Design – Selective Liquid Phase Adsorption for Biorefinery Downstream Applications
Isabel Moritz; Prof. Dr. Marcus Rose
TU Darmstadt, Ernst-Berl-Institut für Technische und Makromolekulare Chemie

P 2.2.08
3D-print of a single-use separation chamber for mRNA vaccine purification via magnetic microparticles in a technical scale
Lars Wommer¹; Patrick Meiers¹; Isabelle Kockler¹; Prof. Dr. Roland Ulber²; Prof. Dr. Percy Kampeis¹
¹ Trier University of Applied Sciences; ² Technical University Kaiserslautern

P 2.2.15
Towards efficient chromatographic modeling of complex vaccine mixtures
Daphne Keulen
Delft University of Technology

P 2.2.21
Flow through application of membrane adsorbers for intensified purification of monoclonal antibodies
Fabian Schmitz; Dr. Thomas Kruse; Markus Kampmann
Sartorius Stedim Biotech GmbH

P 2.2.24
Safety of shellfish hatcheries by water treatment processes
Julie COULEAUD¹; Vincent BEBING²; Nicolas CIMETIERE¹; Frederic CHENIER³; Clemence CORDIER⁴; Frederic GIRARDIN⁵; Sylvain GIRAUDET¹; Prof. Valerie HEQUET⁶; Pierre LE CLOIREC¹; Virginie LE RAZAVET⁵; Herve LEROY²; Mathias MONNOT⁴; Christophe Stavrakakis⁵; Dom
¹ Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de  Rennes; ² Novostrea; ³ Vendée Naissain; ⁴ Aix Marseille Université; ⁵ Ifremer; ⁶ IMT Atlantique

P 2.2.28
Towards autonomous selection of adsorbents on a robotic platform utilizing economic evaluation indicators
Mareike Schreiber¹; Prof. Dr.-Ing. Gerhard Schembecker²
¹ Laboratory of Plant and Process Design, Department of Biochemical and Chemical Engineering, TU Dortmund University; ²  Laboratory of Plant and Process Design, Department of Biochemical and Chemical Engineering, TU Dortmund University


2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
to be presented on Thursday, 23 September at 12:15 in the session Biocatalysis I

P 2.3.05
Development of a suspension-to-suspension process concept in a (semi-)continuously operated transaminase-catalyzed reaction system
Jan Eric Neuburger; Dennis Hülsewede; Feodor Belov; Dr. Jan von Langermann
University of Rostock

P 2.3.06
Improving hydrogen selectivity in oxidative dehydrogenation of methanol to formaldeyde
Fabian Eichner¹; Dr. Jelena Jelic¹; Dr. Silke Behrens¹; Prof. Dr. Jörg Sauer¹; Felix Studt¹; Dr. Michael Bender²
¹ Karlsruhe Institute of Technology  (KIT); ² BASF SE

P 2.3.09
Enzyme-Catalyzed Production of Prebiotics  - Mechanistic Kinetic Modelling Study -
Ines Müller¹; Eike Runne¹; Prof. Dr. Andreas Seidel-Morgenstern²; Prof. Dr. Christof Hamel¹
¹ Anhalt University of Applied Sciences; ² Otto von Guericke University

P 2.3.14
Computational insights into the metal-oxide synergy in Ni-In2O3 catalyst for CO2 hydrogenation to methanol
Francesco Cannizzaro¹; Dr. Ivo Filot²; Prof. Emiel J. M. Hensen²
¹ Eindhoven University of technology (TUE); ² Eindhoven University of Technology

P 2.3.15
Identification of novel unspecific peroxygenases by genome mining and activity screening
Alina Kinner; Dr. Katrin Rosenthal; Prof. Dr. Stephan Lütz
TU Dortmund


2.4. Biological Production Systems
to be presented on Thursday, 23 September at 12:15 in the session Biocatalysis I

P 2.4.03
XenoGlue - Scale up & down of a Recombinant Mussel Protein Analog as Photoactivatable Bioglue
Christian Schipp
Technische Universität Berlin

P 2.4.06
Production of
β-Lactoglobulin variants with lacking disulfide bonds
Sarah Brune; Gabriele Günther; Elena Kempf; Dieter Jahn; Rebekka Biedendieck; Prof. Dr. Rainer Krull
Technische Universität Braunschweig


3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water 
P 3.1.02 - 3.1.11 to be presented on Monday, 20 September 2021 at 16:10 in the session C1 feedstocks III
P 3.1.16 - 3.1.29 to be presented on Wednesday, 22 September 2021 at 15:10 in the session Algae

P 3.1.02
Heuristic-based computer-aided formulation of ice cream sweetened with jaggery
Jordan Yeboah¹; Ashley Michelle Santoro¹; Javier A. Arrieta-Escobar²; Alvaro Orjuela¹; Carlos F. Novoa¹; Carlos A. Fuenmayor¹; Fatima E. Hamdani³
¹ Universidad Nacional de Colombia; ² Université de Lorraine, CNRS, Reaction and Chemical Engineering Laboratory, Nancy, France; ³ Université de Lorraine, ERPI Laboratory

P 3.1.03
A framework for P-cycle assessment in wastewater treatment plants
Vedran Vučić; Christine Süring; Hauke Harms; Prof. Dr. Susanne Müller; Susanne Günther
Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ

P 3.1.04
Aspergillus giganteus as a producer of proteases scarce in biotechnology
Svetlana Timorshina; Valeriana Kreyer; Nina Baranova; Alexander Osmolovskiy
Lomonosov Moscow State University

P 3.1.06
Production and Characterization of Cellulose Nanofibers Aerogels to remove different oils from water
Jose Luis Sanchez-Salvador
Universidad Complutense de Madrid

P 3.1.10
Encapsulation of Bacteria with a Sustainable Biopolymer Facilitating Inoculation of Microbiological Processes
Julian Eckert; Prof. Dr. Sabine Grüner-Lempart; Kristina Herdt; Dr. Jörg Schäffer
Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

P 3.1.11
Encapsulation of Seeds Using Calcium Alginate Hydrogels Enhancing Storing Properties and Germination
Julian Eckert; Prof. Dr. Sabine Grüner-Lempart; Dr. Jörg Schäffer; Nikolas Trimpe; Adrian Vitz
Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences

P 3.1.16
Microbially Induced Calcite Precipitation as tool to improve the mine waste management
Junior professor Hector Zuñiga Barra¹; Javiera Toledo¹; Lorena Jorquera¹; Mariella Rivas²; David Jeison¹
¹ Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaiso; ² Universidad de Antofagasta

P 3.1.23
Production of a composite material from brewer's spent grains as a sustainable alternative to petrochemical plastics
Judith Senger; Dr. Simone Krafft; Prof. Nils Tippkötter
FH Aachen Campus Jülich

P 3.1.24
Sequentially coupled cascade utilization of Lolium perenne
Simone Rehberger¹; Dr. Simone Krafft¹; Katrin Kuka²; Prof. Dr. Roland Ulber³; Prof. Nils Tippkötter¹
¹ FH Aachen Campus Jülich; ² Julius Kühn-Institut; ³ TU Kaiserlautern

P 3.1.25
Co-fermentation of sugarcane bagasse hydrolysate and molasses for butanol production
Ana Maria Zetty-Arenas¹; Laura Tovar²; Rafael Alves¹; Adriano Mariano¹; Rubens Maciel Filho¹; Dr. Sindelia Freitas Azzoni³
¹ Universidade Estadual de Campinas/UNICAMP; ² UNIFESP; ³ SENAI Innovation Institute for Biotechnology

P 3.1.26
Screening of microalgae strains with potential applications in feed and food industry
Prof. Dr. Christos Chatzidoukas; Christina Samara; Georgia Papapanagiotou; Paraskevi Psachoulia; Christos Nitsos
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

P 3.1.29
Ustilaginaceae biocatalyst development for co-metabolism of CO2-derived substrates for carbon-neutral itaconate production
Lena Ullmann; Lars Matthias Blank
RWTH Aachen


3.2 Energy: Generation and storage, energy and chemical engineering
to be presented on Monday, 20 September at 12:25 in the session Electrical processes

P 3.2.02
Load-Flexible Fixed-Bed Reactors for CO2 Methanation: Comparison of Catalyst Dilution and Core-Shell Catalyst Particles
Ronny Tobias Zimmermann¹; Dr. Jens Bremer²; Sundmacher Kai³
¹ Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg; ² Max Planck Institut für Dynamik komplexer technischer Systeme; ³ Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg / Max-Planck-Institut für Dynamik komplexer technischer Systeme

P 3.2.04
Decision Support Tool (DST) for CO2 Capture Technologies using Analytic Hierarchy Process
Dr. Somang Kim; Grégoire Léonard
University of Liège - Department of Chemical Engineering

P 3.2.05
Flexibility options for demand side management in biorefineries
Lilli Röder¹; Arne Gröngröft¹; Prof. Dr.-Ing. Marcus Grünewald²; Dr. Julia Riese²
¹ Deutsches Biomasse Forschungszentrum gemeinnützige GmbH; ² Ruhr-Universität Bochum

P 3.2.06
Impact of solid starters on the propoxylation of oligomeric polyetherpolyols – Model development
Lynn Röver; Andreas Jupke
RWTH Aachen University - Aachener Verfahrenstechnik/Fluidverfahrenstechnik (AVT.FVT)

P 3.2.08
Computational analysis of a direct formic acid fuel cell performance with innovative channel design
Monika Sikora; Zuzanna Bojarska; Łukasz Makowski; Artur Małolepszy
Warsaw University of Technology

P 3.2.09
Photocatalytic and photoelectrochemical characterization of TiO2 thin films for environmental and energy applications
Prof. Dr. Maik Eichelbaum; Volker Seiß; Laura Breun
Nuremberg Institute of Technology

P 3.2.12
Potassium borohydride as emerging energy carrier in the shipping sector: performance evaluation from an energetic, economic and ecological perspective
Andrea Düll¹; Patrick Rohlfs²; Dr. Marion Börnhorst¹; Prof. Dr. Olaf Deutschmann²
¹ Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT); ² Karlsruhe Insitute of Technology (KIT)

P 3.2.15
Use of bio-based cyclocarbonate for the synthesis of polymers for the manufacture of innovative materials
Dr. Clara Herasme Grullon¹; Alain Ledoux¹; Fabrice Burel²; Laurent Bischoff³
¹ Normandie Université, INSA Rouen, UNIROUEN, LSPC, EA4704; ² Normandie Université, INSA Rouen, UNIROUEN, UMR 6522—L2M, ; ³ Normandie Univ, COBRA, UMR 6014, Univ Rouen, INSA Rouen, CNRS, IRCOF


4.1 Novel ways of education and training
to be presented on Thursday, 23 September at 15:55 in the session Novel ways of educations and training II

P 4.1.01
Introduction of the innovation network AquaTech Lausitz
Gerd Hilpmann¹; Andreas Kretschmer²; Franiska Hahn³; Karsten Helbig³; Felix Krujatz
¹ MINT Engineering GmbH; ² Greentec Consult GmbH; ³ TU Dresden; ⁴ Technische Universität Dresden

P 4.1.02
Novel e-Learning Concepts in Cross-Discipline Engineering Tandem Projects

Martina Rehnert; Ralf Takors
University of Stuttgart

P 4.1.03
Application of digital tools in teaching biochemical and chemical engineers

Daniel Becker; Jens Bobers; Norbert Kockmann
Technische Universität Dortmund, Laboratory of Equipment Design

P 4.1.04
Delivering remote food engineering labs in COVID-19 time, season 2
Hayat BENKHELIFA¹; Marie DEBACQ²; Kevin Lachin¹; Marwen Moussa¹; Stéphanie PASSOT¹; Stéphanie ROUX¹
¹ Université Paris-Saclay - INRAE - AgroParisTech; ² Université Paris-Saclay - INRAE - AgroParisTech / Cnam


5.1 Future Directions in Product Design and Engineering
to be presented on Tuesday, 21 September at 14:50 in the session Future Directions in Product Design and Engineering - Poster and discussion

P 5.1.01
CO2 Recycling Plants: towards an ecolabel of CO2-based chemicals
Marta Rumayor; Javier Fernández González; Prof. Dr. Angel Irabien       
University of Cantabria

P 5.1.02         
Hydrodynamic flow-focusing techniques for micro-scale particle precipitation from crude precursor material
Alex Gerrow  
University of Birmingham

P 5.1.03
Parameters effecting Pore Structure and Fluid Flow in Highly Oriented Paper
Christiane Helbrecht; Andreas Striegel; Samuel Schabel   
Technische Universität Darmstadt

P 5.1.04
Mechanics of Colloidal Supraparticles under Compression
Junwei Wang¹; Jan Schwenger²; Andreas Stroebel²; Patrick Feldner³; Patrick Herre²; Dr. Stefan Romeis²; Wolfgang Peukert²; Benoit Merle³; Nicloas Vogel²  
¹ Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU); ² FAU Erlangen (LFG); ³ Friedrich Alexander Universität  Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU)

P 5.1.05
Formation dynamics of noble metal nanoparticles
Markus Biegel
Friedrich Alexander Universität  Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU)

P 5.1.06         
Tailored hierarchical semicondutors: Size controlled synthesis of InP@ZnS colloidal building blocks with aminophosphine
Zhuang Wang; Prof. Dr. Doris Segets         
University of Duisburg-Essen

P 5.1.07
Coarse-Grained Simulation of Tripod Nanocrystal Assembly
Federico Tomazic; Marco Klement; Prof. Dr. Michael Engel          
Friedrich Alexander Universität  Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU)

P 5.1.08         
Product design and engineering for pulmonary drug delivery

Tomasz R. Sosnowski
Warsaw University of Technology

P 5.1.09
Continuous flow synthesis of patchy particles with designed resonances and interactions
Andreas Völkl
Friedrich Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU)

P 5.1.10
Modelling liquid flow through nanopores on the nanoscale
Rustam Durdyyev; Andreas Baer; Ana-Sunčana Smith        
Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg


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