When & Where:
Saturday, October 28, 2017
8 am – 4 pm
Hyatt Coconut Point, Ft. Myers, FL
The topics will include using orthogonal methods for verifying fermentation data, using off-gas data to make process decisions, chemically defined medium design concepts, mixing, gas transfer, scaling up and scaling down fermentation processes, and advanced process troubleshooting techniques. The class will be driven by example based case studies that will interweave to teach the entire concept base for the workshop.
NOTE: The workshop has been expanded from the RAFT 2015 half-day version.
Billy R. Allen, Ph. D.
Eli Lilly and Company
Who should attend?
For attendees who have an established foundation with fermentation concepts, a one-day workshop is being offered that delves into topics that are generally considered to be at the advanced end of the fermentation knowledge spectrum.
SIMB members: $600
* Includes breakfast, lunch, 2 breaks and workshop materials.
Enrollment is limited to 30 participants.