Modelling Large-Scale Production Conditions in Microbial Bioreactors

As part of a European research project with partners from academia and industry modelling studies predicting large-scale production performance are planned. The goal is to provide in silico understanding of industrial fermentation processes making use of computational fluid dynamics linked to data-driven microbial models.
PhD candidates should offer a proactive attitude. They should love computational studies modelling microbial systems. You should be trained as a master of technical biology, biotechnology, biochemical engineering or similar programs with explicit modeling expertise.
The position should be filled by July 2018.
Send application to
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ralf Takors
Institut für Bioverfahrenstechnik / Institute of Biochemical Engineering
Universität Stuttgart / University of Stuttgart
Allmandring 31
70569 Stuttgart
While applying for the job please refer to jobvector and use the following reference number: jv-sim0618

About Universität Stuttgart

Research at the Institute of Biochemical Engineering (IBVT) focuses on subcellular, cellular and intercellular studies to gain a quantitative understanding of underlying control and regulatory mechanisms in microbial and mammalian cells. Studies cover a broad range including RNA-RNA interactions, cell free protein synthesis, metabolic and transcriptional systems analysis and many more. Results...

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