The 14th International Symposium on BioChromatography and Nanoseparations

 

14-17 MAY 2018

 

BORDEAUX, FRANCE
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The 14th International Symposium on BioChromatography and Nanoseparations

Purification & Characterization of Biomolécules Biotech-Biopharm Industry – Academia Interaction

Downstream processing and biochromatography which concerns the Purification of proteins, other biomolecules and macromolecules without exclusive.

The French Federation of Biotechnologies brings together a certain number scientific society of biology and chemistry: Adebiotech (the independent biotechnology think tank), CBSO (Biocatalyst Club in Organic Synthesis), SBCN (Society of BioChromatography and Nanoséparations), SCF ( Chimical Society of France), SCT ( Society of Therapeutic Chemistry), SFBBM (French Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology), SFGP (French Society of Process Engineering), SFM : French Society of Microbiology. The goal of FFBiotech is:

  1. to encourage cross-fertilization between the different disciplines and sectors,
  2. to support training in the area covered,
  3. to label events organized by its members who so request, and any action contributing to the realization of the above object.

The Society for BioChromatography and Nanoseparations, or SBCN (previously European Society of BioChromatography – ESBC) is a scientific organization founded in 1986. The Society for BioChromatography and Nanoseparations:

  • is dedicated to the development and refinement of biochromatography and bioseparation technologies,
  • facilitates collaboration and communication between members,
  • encourages training participation to scientific meetings of scientists and students in biochromatography and bioseparation.
Presentation

SBCN & The Symposium

SBCN meetings are organized every two years to present last biochromatography and nanoseparation innovations. Moreover, workshops and one-day symposiums are organized every year, in collaboration with industrial partners. The fantastic domain of biochromatography and nanoseparation develops permanently in a thrilling manner. This meeting will be a perfect occasion to learn new concepts, stay uptated and exchange with all the participants:

  • young scientists and graduate students will get an overview of scientific fields and will improve their knowledges in a casual atmosphere,
  • senior scientists will conveniently stay updated, share their experience with young scientists and meet colleagues and friends,
  • Companies will have the opportunity to display their key products and encounter their customers.

International Bioseparation Contest for young scientist in protein purification or characterization.

At “Gene to vial” in 2010 at VIT University, India, The Society for Biochromatography and Nanoseparations (SBCN), started conferring “VIJI AWARD” to promising young researchers named after her in recognition of her contributions to the field of Bioseparation Technology.

The goal of the contest is to promote Young Scientists in the field of Bioseparation. PhD students and young Post-Doctoral candidates (within 2 years after PhD) who present their results at this symposium will be considered for this award.

This prize has been named VIJI AWARD in honor to Professor M.A. Vijayalakshmi, which was one of the founders of the SBCN for all her work and her passion for separative science and education.

 

How to participate to VIJI AWARDS 2018?

To be registered at SBCN 2018 as PhD student or young Post-Doc (Phd + 2 years) and perfomr a scientific presentation.

Three prizes: Gold, Silver and Bronze associated with prizes
– 1500 € for Gold
– 750 € for Silver
– 375 € for Bronze

Poster prize: 250 €

Professor M. A. Vijayalakshmi
Great Prize SBCN 2010, 2012

Committees

Local Organizing Committee

Charlotte Cabanne, Associate Professor ENSTBB, Bordeaux-INP, CBMN

Wilfrid Dieryck, Assistant Professor ENSTBB, Bordeaux-INP, CBMN

Agnès Hocquellet, Assistant Professor ENSTBB, Bordeaux-INP, CBMN

Gilles Joucla, Assistant Professor ENSTBB, Bordeaux-INP, CBMN

Abdelmajid Noubhani , Assistant Professor ENSTBB, Bordeaux-INP, CBMN

Xavier Santarelli, Professor ENSTBB, Bordeaux-INP, CBMN

Maéva Mogouliko, Head of training and biotechnology trainer, ENSTBB continuing education

Claire Stines-Chaumeil, Assistant  Professor Bordeaux University, CRPP

Patrick Paumard, Assistant Professor, Bordeaux University, IBGC

Corinne Sanchez, Assistant Professor, Bordeaux University, IBGC

Axel Marchal, Assistant Professor, Bordeaux University, ISVV

IBGC

International Scientific Committee

Pr. Leif BÜLOW, Lund University, Lund, Sweden

Pr. Philippe CARDOT, Limoges University, Limoges, France

Dr. Charlotte CABANNE, CBMN/ENSTBB-Bordeaux-INP, Bordeaux, France

Pr. Pascal DHULSTER, Lille University, Lille, France

Pr. Ana Maria GARCIA CAMPAÑA, Director of Department Analytical Chemistry, University of Granada, Granada, Spain

Dr. Uwe GOTTSCHALK, Chief Technology Officer Pharma/Biotech, Lonza AG, Basel, Switzerland

Ms. Rosario MARTINEZ GARCIA, Molecular Immunology Center (CIM), La Havane, Cuba

Pr. Massimo MORBIDELLI, Institute of Chemical and Bioengineering, ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland

Pr. Marcel OTTENS, Bioprocess engineering, Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands

Pr. Aleš PODGORNIK, Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Technology, University of Ljubljana & COBIK, Slovenia

Pr. Xavier SANTARELLI, CBMN/ENSTBB-Bordeaux-INP, Bordeaux, France

Pr. Myriam TAVERNA, Université Paris Sud, Paris, France

Pr. Ajoy VELAYUDHAN, Department of Biochemical Engineering, University College London, United Kingdom

Pr. Krishnan VENKATARAMAN, VIT University, Vellore, TN, India

Pr. M.A.VIJAYALAKSHMI, VIT University, Vellore,TN, India

Pr. Shuichi YAMAMOTO, Yamaguchi University, Ube, Japan

Program

This symposium will offer a high level scientific program in a friendly atmosphere. The social program is designed for attendees to enjoy themselves and will give them many opportunities to interact with each other.

Inaugural Plenary Lecture: Dr. Uwe GOTTSCHALK, Chief Technology Officer Pharma/Biotech, Lonza AG, Basel, Switzerland
Applying old know how to new challenges: the manufacturing of emerging therapeutic modalities

Plenary Lectures (in alphabetical order)

Professor Leif Bülow, Lund University, Lund, Sweden
Application of molecularly imprinted polymers for one-step purifications of proteins.

Professor Philippe CARDOT, Limoges University, Limoges, France
Hollow fiber fff for macromolecules and nano particles aggregates as well as degradation products assessments

Professor Ana Maria GARCIA CAMPAÑA, Director of Department Analytical Chemistry, University of Granada, Granada, Spain
Advanced analytical methodologies for multiresidue control of chemical hazardous agents in foods

Professor Marcel OTTENS, Bioprocess engineering, Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands
High Throughput Process Development for the Purification of Proteins

Professor Aleš PODGORNIK, Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Technology, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Estimation of structural and chromatographic properties from a pressure drop data

Professor Myriam TAVERNA, Université Paris Sud, Paris, France
Capillary electrophoresis a powerful nanoseparation technique for the analysis of peptide and protein Biomarkers

Professor Ajoy Velayudhan, Department of Biochemical Engineering, University College London, United Kingdom
New developments in countercurrent protein purification: optimisation and failure-mode detection

Professor Shuichi YAMAMOTO, Yamaguchi University, Ube, Japan
Improving the performance of process chromatography of biologics by using simplified mechanistic models -Yamamoto models for process design, understanding and analysis

 

Special Key-Notes

Dr. Stefan Fischer-Frühholz, Sartorius Stedim Biotech, Germany
Modular Membrane Adsorber Cassettes for Virus Capture and Sterile Chromatography

Plenary Lectures

Meet our invited speakers

Bioprocess engineering, Delft University of Technology. Delft, Netherlands
    Limoges University. Limoges, France
      Chief Technology Officer Pharma/Biotech, Lonza AG, Basel, Switzerland
        Yamaguchi University, Ube, Japan
          Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Technology, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
            Paris Sud University, Paris, France
              Department of Biochemical Engineering, University College London, UK
                Lund University, Lund, Sweden
                  Director of Department Analytical Chemistry, University of Granada, Granada, Spain
                    Special KeyNotes

                    Stefan Fischer-Frühholz, Sartorius Stedim Biotech, Germany

                    Abstracts

                    Eminent experts in these multidisciplinary fields from abroad will give plenary lectures. This symposium will consist of plenary lectures, short presentations, poster session, workshops, round table. Abstracts are invited in the above mentioned themes and other topics relevant to the themes for both oral communication and poster presentation.

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                    EVENT LOCATION
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                    ENSEIRB MATMECA
                    Avenue des facultés
                    33400 Talence, FRANCE

                    ORGANIZATION

                    SUD CONGRES CONSEIL
                    162 Cours du Maréchal Gallieni
                    33400 Talence
                    France

                    CONTACT

                    www.sudcongresconseil.com
                    secretariat-sbcn2018@sudcongresconseil.com

                    ACCESS

                    by public transport : Tram B – arrêt arts et métiers