1st Japan-Switzerland-Germany Workshop for Enzyme Technology and Bioprocess Development
Novel Enzymes 2018
NOVEL ENZYMES 2018
Biocatalysis is a Key Enabling Technology to address the multiple challenges lying ahead of us on the path towards a sustainable and energy-efficient economy. In order to shorten development timelines for innovative biocatalytic processes in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries, Novel Enzymes are in strong demand to accelerate the translation of academic results into value creation.
The 6th international conference on Novel Enzymes aims to provide a forum for the presentation of the most exciting advances and new findings in our understanding of enzymes. The conference is a continuation of the conference series on Novel Enzymes, of which previous meetings were held in Ghent 2014, and in Groningen 2016.
The goal of the current conference is to provide an overview on recent developments and future perspectives on enzymology research. Emphasis will be given to discovery of new enzymes, engineering approaches (including novel assays), and newly developed enzyme applications. This conference is designed to create a stimulating atmosphere for sharing cross-disciplinary scientific results required for the development of next-generation biocatalytic synthesis of valuable chemical products.
The 6th International Conference on Novel Enzymes will take place on 9-12 October 2018 in Darmstadt, Germany. Topics are the discovery, mechanisms, engineering and application of novel enzymes. For more detailed information please visit the conference website at www.novelenzymes2018.eu
European-Asian Symposium on Applied Biocatalysis 2018
2nd EFB-AFOB Joint Symposium on Applied Biocatalysis 1 July 2018, International Conference Center Geneva(CICG)
Scientific Committee: Ikuro Abe, Japan; Yan Feng, China; Vladimir Kren, Czech Republic; Jennifer Littlechild, UK; Sung-Chyr Lin, Taiwan; Pierre Monsan, France; Teruyuki Nagamune, Japan; Makoto Nishiyama, Japan; Vladimir Popov, Russia; Roland Wohlgemuth, Switzerland
Location: Room 3 (level 0)
Chairs: Jennifer Littlechild, Makoto Nishiyama
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12:30-12:50 Pierre Monsan, INRA Toulouse and TWB, France
12:50-13:05 Tim Börner, Nestle, Switzerland
Discovery and development of novel glucanotransferases for healthier foods
13:05-13:25 Yan Feng, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
Molecular evolution for biocatalysis and synthetic biology
13:25-13:40 Steven Hanlon, Roche, Switzerland
From lab to large scale – Industrial biocatalysis from an SIBC perspective
13:40-14:00 Ikuro Abe, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Structure-guided Engineering of Multifunctional Oxygenases in Complex Natural Products Biosynthesis
Location: Room 3 (level 0)
Chairs: Pierre Monsan, Yan Feng
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14:30-14:50 Jennifer Littlechild, University of Exeter, UK
SAT2-1 Thermophilic enzymes for Synthetic Biology in vivo and in vitro cascades
14:50-15:05 Sung-Chyr Lin, National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan
The development of supports for protein purification and enzyme immobilization
15:05-15:25 Francisc Peter, Polytechnic University of Timisoara, Romania
Green Synthesis of biobased copolymers
15:25-15:40 Laurent Daviet, Firmenich SA , Switzerland
Biotechnology in the production and discovery of flavor and fragrance ingredients
15:40-16:00 Makoto Nishiyama, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Amino group carrier protein, a new platform in primary and secondary metabolite biosynthesis
European-Asian Workshop on Bioeconomy
EFB-AFOB Workshop on Bioeconomy, 2 July 2018
International Conference Center Geneva (CICG)
Chairs: Prof. Dr. Satyahari Dey, India and Prof. Dr. Roland Wohlgemuth, Switzerland
17.30- 17.55 Dr. Alfredo Aguilar, Chairman EFB Task Group Bioeconomy, Brussels, Belgium
Title: Bioeconomies: common objectives, different approaches
17.55 – 18.20 Prof. Dr. Satyahari Dey, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India
Title: Asian Bioeconomy
18.20 – 18.40 Dr. I-Ping Lin, Challenge Bioproducts Co. Ltd, Taiwan
Title: Challenges of Advanced Bio-Product Development in a SME
18.40 – 19.00 Prof. Dr. Tomasz Twardowski, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poznan, Poland
Title: Towards circular bioeconomy
Celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the EFB at ECB2018 on 1-4 July 2018 in Geneva.
The first European Congress of Biotechnology in Interlaken, Switzerland, in 1978 marked the inauguration of the European Federation of Biotechnology (EFB). In 2018, we are delighted to welcome you back to Switzerland to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the longest running biotechnology congress in Europe. Between Lake Geneva and surrounding mountains, ECB2018 will be held in the beautiful and vibrant city of Geneva.
EFB began as a rather small group of working parties from different European countries. Their interests ranged from fermentation technology to the public perception of biotechnology, applied microbiology and genetics, applied biocatalysis, downstream processing and measurement and control. Forty years later, EFB is now open to all who share our mission of promoting the safe, sustainable and ethical use of biological systems for the benefit of mankind. The current 30,000 personal members, who span the world from Latin America to China, Korea and Japan, is also a reflection of the success of recent EFB congresses.
Join us in Geneva in July 2018 to present your most recent work, discuss with your colleagues and celebrate. For more detailed information please visit the conference website at www.ecb2018.com
The 12th International Conference on Protein Stabilization (ProtStab2018) will be held on the 16-18th May 2018, in Vilnius (Lithuania) at the Life Sciences Center of Vilnius University. ProtStab2018 is organized by the Lithuanian Biotechnology Association (LBTA) and Vilnius University (VU) with the European Section of Applied Biocatalysis (ESAB) of the European Federation of Biotechnology (EFB). More details can be found at www.protstab2018.eu. The conference will cover the topics of methologies to increase protein stability, medical aspects of protein stability, enzymes from extremophiles and enzyme stabilisation for industrial processes.
Conference venue: Life Sciences Center
For more information please visit the conference website at www.protstab2018.eu
2nd CCBIO Symposium on Industrial Biocatalysis, June 7th, 2018, WÃ¤denswil
The 2nd CCBIO Symposium will feature cutting edge topics in the field of biocatalysis, from enzyme discovery, optimization and computational design, to bioprocess engineering strategies and successful biocatalytic examples from industry. The meeting will again provide a platform for scientific knowledge transfer and dialog for participants from industry and academia in this expanding field and give an update about the current activities of the Competence Center for Biocatalysis (CCBIO).
4th Multistep Enzyme Catalyzed Processes Congress (MECP18) on 19-22 March 2018 in Trondheim, Norway
Nobel Laureate Distinguished Professor Arieh Warshel will give the opening lecture of the conference. Exciting lectures on the state of the art will be presented on Bioinformatics and Modelling, Systems Biocatalysis, Interfacing Chemical and Enzymatic Steps, Retrosynthesis, Novel Biosynthetic Pathways, Cell-free versus Whole Cell Systems, Process Intensification and Scaling and Industrial Applications.
For more detailed information please visit the conference website at https://www.ntnu.edu/web/mecp18/
16th European Congress on Biotechnology (ECB16) 13-16 July 2014 Edinburgh, Scotland http://www.ecb16.com The European Congress on Biotechnology is the leading conference for academic and industrial biotechnologists in Europe organised by the European Federation of Biotechnology. The 16th bi-annual event will take place in the beautiful and historic city of Edinburgh, Scotland. The scientific programme is being designed to cover a multitude of sections of biotechnology, including environmental and green biotechnology, microbial physiology, microbial synthetic and systems biology, applied biocatalysis, including industrial systems and synthetic biology, industrial biotechnology, biochemical engineering and medical biotechnology.
European Symposium on Biopolymers - ESBP2013 in Lisbon, Portugal, on the 7-9 of October, 2013 http://www.esbp2013.org ESBP is the most important European conference on biopolymers, an area where the significant R&D investment made in recent years is leading to significant advances in new products and applications, contributing substantially towards the sustainability of the polymer industry. This event, supported by the European Federation of Biotechnology, will bring together scientists, researchers and national and international industrial professionals to present and discuss the most recent advances in the area of biopolymers, as well as the main challenges and opportunities on-going within the industry.