Welcome to our Events!
KIWI-biolab Symposium 2021
We are organizing a KIWI-biolab Symposium with focus on Artificial Intelligence & Bioprocess Engineering. We have invited four internationally recognized experts in Modeling & Optimization, Machine Learning, Data Analysis and Sustainability, who will talk about the last advancements on the field.
More information will follow soon.
KIWI-biolab Talk: Antonio del Rio Chanona
We are working on the development of a KIWI-biolab Seminar Series.
We have invited Dr. Antonio del Rio Chanona for the first talk of the series on Wednesday, September 15, 2021, at 16:00h. His talk is entitled “Data-driven optimization and control of chemical processes”.
Dr. del Rio Chanona is the head of the Optimisation and Machine Learning for Process Systems Engineering Group, at the Department of Chemical Engineering, and the Centre for Process Systems Engineering, Imperial College London.
His group has two main branches of research, on one hand, developing new and more efficient optimisation, reinforcement learning and machine learning algorithms that allow to solve general problems in the systems domain. On the other hand, applying existing state-of-the-art techniques to address current challenges in process engineering, being bioprocesses the main area of application.
You can visit his lab clicking here.
You can join the talk though this link.
Hope to see you all there!
KIWI-biolab Workshop 2021
We are hosting an online KIWI-biolab workshop on 19.05.2021, 14:00h – 17:00h. We will start with a short presentation of our lab, followed by icebreaker board canvas to initiate scientific discussions on four paralel sessions corresponding to the four KIWI-biolab Task Forces.
Our PhD students will present and lead the discussion on Gathertown and Miro boards:
- TF1 discussion “Modern time series models for irregular data”, Randolf Scholz
- TF2 discussion “Progress and challenges in parameter estimation and model predictive control”, Judit Aizpuru
- TF3 discussion “Predicting glucose sensor time series and its issues; Potential use cases of Raman spectra”, Christoph Lange
- TF4 discussion “360° Lab tour, equipment automation in process industries, can KIWI contribute to a greener society?” and “From process description to adaptive scheduling” Lucas Kaspersetz and Stefan Maak
If you would like to know more or join, please do not hesitate to contact us!
TU Berlin-Ideation Conference 2021
21.04.2021 – 23.04.2021, virtual
TU Berlin’s Dialogue Platform will be hosting an Ideation Conference in cooperation with first vice president Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christine Ahrend. The focus of the conference is on the interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary development of research ideas suitable for joint projects in the fields of health and robotics.
The KIWI-biolab scientists Dr.-Ing. Marie-Therese Schermeyer and Prof. Dr. Peter Neubauer are hosting a workshop entitled “Faster to new pharmaceuticals in the Future Lab”. We are looking forward to see you there!
For more information, please visit the TU Berlin-Ideation Conference 2021 website.
6th BioProScale Symposium 2021
29.03.2021 – 31.03.2021, virtual
Scale-up and scale-down for accelerated bioprocess development and optimisation
They symposium is organized by Prof. Dr. Peter Neubauer, speaker of the KIWI-biolab, and targets experts from research & development and industrial practice in the industrial bioprocessing of pharmaceuticals, food, feed and renewables. Due to the Covid-19 situation, the symposium will be conducted as a 100% online event including scientific sessions, a virtual exhibition and a virtual poster session.
Various KIWI-biolab scientists will share their expertise in high-throughput bioprocess & automation.
For more information and registration, please visit the 6th BioProScale Symposium 2021 website.
KIWI-biolab Kick-off Meeting
The KIWI-biolab team members and partners met online on October 29, 2020 to discuss the progress of the Future Lab and to share their thoughts about further perspectives.
KIWI-biolab Press Release Meeting
The KIWI-biolab leaders met Communication and Press offices from various institutions to broadcast the mission of the project and explain the potential impact of the research output.