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Fermentation and Separation for the Food & Drug Industries: Principles, Process, Recovery, and Product
Date: February 02, 2014
Location: College Station, TX

The Texas A&M University System Presents the Fermentation and Separation for the Food & Drug Industries: Principles, Process, Recovery, and Product Short Course

Organized by the Separation Sciences Program,Food Protein Research & Development Center, Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station, The Texas A&M University System

College Station, TX 77843-2476
February 2 - 4, 2014

SHORT COURSE LECTURES

Sunday, February 2, 2014

5:00 PM Registration, Hilton Hotel

5:30 PM Welcome and Annoucements - YongJae Lee

6:00PM Social/Mixer (optional)

Monday, February 3, 2014

7:40 AM Bus leaves Hotel for Rudder Tower, Texas A&M University

8:10 AM "Welcome & Announcements " - YongJae Lee

8:30 AM "The Growth and Metabolism of Microorganisms Used for Production of Metabolites" - J. Stefan Rokem

9:15 AM "Organic Acids by Fermentation" - J. Stefan Rokem

10:00 AM Refreshments and Group Photo

10:15 AM "Microbial Physiology: Growth of Cells, Population and Nutrition " - Osama Ibrahim

10:45 AM "Microbial Fermentation: Enzymology, Metabolic Pathways and Fermentation Aspects " - Osama Ibrahim

11:15 AM "Preventing Contamination in Large Scale Bio-Fermentation Processes " - Christiane Waldron

12:00 PM Lunch

1:30 PM "Three Generations of Production of Fermentation. How to Make it Profitable." - J. Stefan Rokem

2:10 PM "Medium Formulation for Industrial Fermentation " - J. Stefan Rokem

2:50 PM "Microfluidic Bioreactor Array for High Throughput Screening " - Arum Han

3:30 PM Break

3:45 PM "Immobilized Cell Reactors, Advantages and Disadvantages" - Donal F. Day

4:45 PM "Use of Continuous Centrifuge in the Industrial Fermentation Market " - Jay Zwierzynski

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

7:40 AM Bus leaves Hotel for Rudder Tower, Texas A&M University

8:10 AM "Fermentation Basics for Biofuel Production " - Sergio Capareda

8:40 AM "Bio-Fuel Economic and Development: Bio-Ethanol " - Osama Ibrahim

9:10 AM "Bio-Fuel Economic and Development: Bio-Diesel, Bio-Gas, and Bio-Hydrogen " - Osama Ibrahim

9:40 Am Refreshments

9:50 AM "New Process of Citrus Peel and Fruit Waste Biorefinery " - In Seong Choi

10:20 AM "Lignocellulosic Biomass/Residues as Potential Substrates for the White Biotechnology " - Joachim Venus

10:50 AM "Pilot Plant Facility for the Scale-Up of Continuous Mode Lactic Acid Fermentation " - Joachim Venus

11:20 AM "Upstream Trend & Single-Use Reactor Design for Microbial Fermentation " - Jiyoung Lee

12:00 PM Graduation Lunch @ Texas A&M Rudder Tower - University Club

1:30 PM Bus leaves for NCTM

1:45 PM "Single-Use Technologies for Aseptic Fermentation " - Michael V. Pishko

2:30 PM "Design of Experiments for Fermentation Operations " - Michael V. Pishko

3:15 PM Refreshments

3:30 PM "Lab: Aseptic Fermentation for the Production of Biologics " - Michael V. Pishko