Join our workshop and learn from experts about two advanced technologies for monitoring mammalian cells: capacitance and differential digital holography. The workshop will include several case studies and hands-on demonstration of the featured instruments measuring live cells and then integrating the data using the Lucullus Software System.
|SPONSOR||University of Maryland and Applikon Biotechnology|
|LOCATION||U. of M. Biotechnology Research and Education Program, Rockville, MD|
|DATE||15 February 2017|
|TIME||10:00 AM - 3:00 PM, with complimentary lunch|
|REGISTRATION||Click here to register for this free workshop.|
Kay Eilers, Biosystems Engineer, Securecell AG
Software plays a critical role in the integration of PAT into advanced bioprocess control. The utility of software for predictive control will be discussed, while highlighting gains in efficiency that become possible with the Lucullus Process Information Management System.
Dr. Aditya Bhat, Product Applications Manager, Aber Instruments
The principles behind Aber’s capacitance based measurements of live cell mass will be presented together with examples of applications in monitoring cell and microbial cultures.
Philip Mathuis, CEO, Ovizio Imaging Systems
Ovizio introduces Differential Digital Holographic Microscopy (DDHM) in a format for bioreactor monitoring. This is a novel technique for capturing online label-free, quantitative and qualitative information cells in suspension cultures allowing for on-line cell counting and viability monitoring.
Applikon Biotechnology is a world leader in advanced bioreactor systems used in discovery research, process development, and production scales. We are the only company that is with you every step of the way from initial screening up to full-scale bioprocessing - all using the same platform.