Application of Genomics in Industrial Fermentation
- 08 Oct 2012 - 12 Oct 2012
- Wageningen, the Netherlands
- genomics, DNA micro arrays, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, data handling, bioinformatics, biotechnology
- Biotechnology Studies Delft Leiden
- mw. Marja de Bruin
Biotechnology Studies Delft Leiden (BSDL-EDU) organizes advanced courses for scientists from industry and academia. The course on “Application of Genomics in Industrial Fermentation” aims at familiarizing industrial and academic research professionals (i.e. MSc, PhD) with the modern concepts of genomics, their use in microbial research and development, and their utility in contemporary biotechnological industry. The course is organised through the Kluyver Centre for Genomics of Industrial Fermentation. This intensive, high-diversity, one-week course is aiming at active participation of those attending. To this end, the course is built with an alternating program of expert lectures, case studies, workshops and round table discussions.
Please find more info on the website.
This Advanced Course is aimed both at participants from industry, who want to up-date and extend their theoretical knowledge and practical insight in this field and at participants from universities and research institutions with a wish to evaluate practical implications of their research.
The course is intended for postgraduates (MSc, PhD), with a sound background in microbiology, microbial physiology, molecular cell biology, biochemistry or biochemical engineering, with a basic working knowledge in some of the other disciplines. Having some basic insight into one or more of the Genomics technologies or in bioinformatics is not compulsory, but certainly is an advantage.
- Prof. Han de Winde (TU Delft)
- Prof. Jack Pronk (TU Delft)
- Dr. Dick de Ridder (TU Delft)
- Jack Newman, PhD (Amyris, USA)
- Dr. Cees Sagt (DSM, Netherlands)
and many others