Call for Abstract

2nd International Conference on Bioprocess and Engineering, will be organized around the theme “Novel Strategies and Innovation of Bioprocess and Engineering”

Bioprocess-2014 is comprised of 9 tracks and 55 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Bioprocess-2014.

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks. All related abstracts are accepted.

Register now for the conference by choosing an appropriate package suitable to you.

  • Track 1-1Phenomenon of microbial fermentation
  • Track 1-2Food processing
  • Track 1-3Biochemistry of fermentation process
  • Track 1-4Fermentation for bio energy production
  • Track 1-5Various modes of fermentors
  • Track 1-6Computer applications in fermentation technology
  • Track 1-7Strategies for enhancing microbiological quality and safety of fermented foods
  • Track 2-1Origin of fermentation of traditional food
  • Track 2-2Overview of fermentation of dairy products
  • Track 2-3Perspectives of fermentation of ethanol
  • Track 2-4 Role of lactic acid for fermentation
  • Track 2-5Biochemistry of micro-organisms for food spoilage
  • Track 2-6Fermentation of beverages
  • Track 2-7Food preservation by fermentation
  • Track 3-1Natural products
  • Track 3-2Fungal fermentations
  • Track 3-3Microgravity fermentations
  • Track 3-4Secondary metabolites
  • Track 3-5 Flavours and fragrances
  • Track 3-6Bioethanol production
  • Track 4-1Bioprocess equipment design
  • Track 4-2Development of bioprocess purification process
  • Track 4-3Scale-up of bioreactors: Bacteria, Yeast, Mammalian cells
  • Track 4-4Engineering for sterilization
  • Track 4-5Risk-based approaches to cross contamination prevention in multi-product facilities
  • Track 4-6GMP compliance for bioprocess
  • Track 5-1Food and feed process
  • Track 5-2Pharmaceuticals and neutraceuticals
  • Track 5-3Chemical industry
  • Track 5-4Various polymers production
  • Track 6-1Forms of bioreactors used for bioprocess
  • Track 6-2Single use cell culture systems
  • Track 6-3Autoclavable cell culture reactors
  • Track 6-4Sterilization-in-place technology
  • Track 6-5Development of recovery process
  • Track 6-6Bioprocess control and safety
  • Track 7-1Basic theory of microbial fermentation and cell culture
  • Track 7-2New strategies in microbial fermentation and mammalian cell culture
  • Track 7-3Various mediums based for various cultures
  • Track 7-4Raw materials and additives for cell culture media and fermentation
  • Track 7-5Role of growth medium for culture
  • Track 7-6Liquid chromatographic profiling of monosaccharide concentrations in complex cell-culture media and fermentation broths
  • Track 8-1Implementation of strategies for upstream operations
  • Track 8-2Downstream processing
  • Track 8-3Technology for accelerating cell line selection and increasing fed-batch production
  • Track 8-4High-throughput cell culture
  • Track 8-5Functional genomics of cell culture
  • Track 8-6Phenomenon of lactate in cell culture
  • Track 8-7Contamination of cell culture
  • Track 8-8Generation of hybridomas
  • Track 8-9Manipulation of cultured cells
  • Track 9-1Plant cell culture methods
  • Track 9-2Insect cell culture
  • Track 9-3Bacterial and yeast culture methods
  • Track 9-4Viral culture methods