Hands-on workshop in September, Delft

DD-DeCaF 1st Workshop: Hands on introduction to data-driven cell factory and community design

  • Venue: Rosalind Franklin Biotechnology Center at DSM, Delft, NL
  • Date: September 12-13
  • Target audience: Industry and academia
  • Duration: 2 days
  • Registration


    This hands on workshop will present the initial results of the DD-DeCaF project providing an introduction to basic concepts in modeling and systems biology for the design of cell factories and communities and an overview of different tools developed by the consortium. A first version of the DD-DeCaF platform will be showcased alongside metabolic engineering, community modeling and metagenomics tools. The relevance of data-driven approaches in biotechnology will be discussed with case studies from industrial partners.


    Program overview

  • The DD-DeCaF project
  • Genome-scale modeling
  • Advanced models and omics data integration
  • The DD-DeCaF platform and Cameo
  • Metabolic engineering with OptFLux
  • Microbial community modeling
  • Metagenomics

    This is a free workshop, participants are expected to stay for the full workshop

  • Accommodation and meals are covered by the participants (except workshop dinner on Sep 12)
  • Each participant is required to bring a laptop
  • Please register before July 21st.