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SELECTBIO Conferences BioDetection and BioSensors Summit 2019

Helena Junicke's Biography

Helena Junicke, Marie-Curie Researcher, Technical University of Denmark

Helena Junicke is an expert for the design of sustainable fermentation processes with a particular focus on producing biofuels and high-value chemicals from waste streams. She holds a MSc degree in Biochemistry from Free University Berlin and obtained a PhD in Environmental Biotechnology from Delft University of Technology. During her PhD, she has studied the kinetic and thermodynamic regulation of biogas formation in anaerobic microbial consortia. Currently, she is a Marie-Curie postdoctoral fellow at the Technical University of Denmark, where she studies butanol production through applied fermentations and mathematical process simulations. In this context, she is exploring new sensor designs and big data technology to increase the robustness of industrial bioprocesses. Helena has founded two companies in the biotech and data science domain.

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Small Sensors Go Big: Towards High-Resolution Monitoring of Industrial Fermentations

Tuesday, 2 April 2019 at 10:15

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Miniaturized sensors provide new opportunities for industrial fermentation control. In this frequently overlooked application, sensors allow for an improved spatial surveillance of production units, leading to increased performance and lower risk of failure.

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