[Molecular-evolution] Call for Applications, ESF-Bielefeld-CeBiTec Conference on Microbes and Industrial Biotechnology, 21-24 November 2010, Germany

Aurélie Sissler via mol-evol%40net.bio.net (by ASissler from esf.org)
Tue Jun 15 09:15:32 EST 2010


Call for Applications: ESF-BU-CeBiTec Conference

Microbes and Industrial Biotechnology 2010

21-24 November 2010, Bielefeld, Germany



Chair: Volker Wendisch, Chair of Genetics of Prokaryotes, Faculty of Biology and Center for Biotechnology, Bielefeld University, DE
Alf Pühler, Center for Biotechnology, Bielefeld University, DE

International Adsvisory Board: Fengwu Bai, Dalian University of Technology, CN; Sjef Heijnen, TU Delft, NL; Jens Nielsen, Chalmers, SE; Uwe Sauer, ETH, CH; Thomas Scheper, University of Hannover, DE; Helmut Schwab, TU Graz, AT; Friedrich Srienc, University of Minnesota, US; Jin-Ho Seo, Seoul National University, KR; Oskar Zelder, BASF, DE

Biotechnological processes are of increasing significance for industrial production, a trend that will likely take up more momentum in the light of decreasing oil availability. Production processes in Industrial Biotechnology make use of recent advances in microbial research. Microbial strains for the production of e.g. fine chemicals, biofuels, secondary metabolites and proteins can now be developed by a rational design strategy. Such a strategy relies on the characterization and optimization of the microbial production host based on omics technologies, systems biology or synthetic biology approaches. Microbial Biotechnology will play an important role on our way towards sustainable use and production of renewable bio-ressources.

The 2010 ESF Bielefeld conference, the first of a series of annual conferences on Advances in Industrial Biotechnology, will promote scientific excellence in microbial biotechnology by providing leading scientists and young researchers with a platform to present their work, to discuss current scientific understanding along with recent developments in key areas of industrial biotechnology, and to identify the priorities for further research.

This conference is followed by an International Late Autumn School on Advanced Techniques in Bacterial Genome Research<http://www.esf.org/activities/esf-conferences/details/2010/confdetail347/347-late-autumn-school.html> at the Center for Biotechnology (CeBiTec), Bielefeld University, 24 - 27 November 2010


Invited Speakers will include:

·      Edward Anderson, University of Oxford, UK

·      Jozef Anné, Catholic University Leuven, BE

·      Eckhard Boles, Butalco, DE

·      Roel Bovenberg, DSM, NL

·      Mirjam Czjzek, CNRS - Université Pierre et Marie Curie Paris 6, FR

·      Sjef Heijnen, TU Delft, NL

·      Akihiko Kondo, Kobe University, JP

·      Jens Nielsen, Chalmers, SE

·      Jose A. Salas, Universidad de Oviedo, ES

·      Uwe Sauer, ETH, CH

·      Jin-Ho Seo, Seoul National University, KR

·      Friedrich Srienc, University of Minnesota, US

·      Xinqing Zhao, Dalian University of Technology, CN


A good number of grants are available for young researchers to cover the conference fee and possibly part of the travel costs. Grant requests should be made by ticking appropriate field(s) in the paragraph "Grant application" of the application form<http://www2.esf.org/asp/esfrcaf.asp?confcode=347&meetno=1>.



Full conference programme and application form are accessible online from www.esf.org/conferences/10347<http://www.esf.org/conferences/10347>



ESF Contact for further information: Jean Kelly - jkelly from esf.org<mailto:jkelly from esf.org>



Closing date for applications: 10 September 2010

This conference is organised by the European Science Foundation (ESF)<http://www.esf.org/> in partnership with Bielefeld University<http://www.uni-bielefeld.de/International/> and CeBiTec Centre for Biotechnology<http://www.cebitec.uni-bielefeld.de/>


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