• Nikolaus Sonnenschein

    Associate Professor, DTU

    Bio: Nikolaus Sonnenschein leads the interdisciplinary Computer Aided Biotechnology (CAB) group that accelerates cell factory design, manufacturing and scale-up through data-driven and high-throughput experimentation based on laboratory automation, data science, and mathematical modeling. Title of presentation: Life science laboratory 4.0: present challenges and future solutions from academia Abstract of presentation: Future life science research will greatly benefit from data-driven discoveries enabled through automation and other industry 4.0 technologies. Universities, responsible for educating future generations of data and automation savvy biotechnologists, are presently facing challenges to do so for various reasons. But they also have an opportunity to become a major driver of innovation and help democratize the life science laboratory 4.0 jointly with industry.  

    Speaker for following sessions
    • Sankt Hans Torv & Nørrebros Runddel A
      30-11-2 - Organized by DTU in collaboration with Danish Life Science Cluster
       
      Future life science research will greatly benefit from data-driven discoveries enabled through automation and other industry 4.0 technologies. Universities, responsible for educating future generations of data and automation savvy biotechnologists, are presently facing challenges to do so for various reasons. But they also have an opportunity to become a major driver of innovation and help democratize the life science laboratory 4.0 jointly with industry.
       
      Program:
      Scientific Talk: “Life science laboratory 4.0: present challenges and future solutions from academia”, Nikolaus Sonnenschein, Associate Professor, DTU
      Business Talk: “Flowbot ONE: Making liquid handling automation accessible to all”, Steen Vester, CTO, Flow Robotics A/S
      Business Talk: “Automation in all labs with no training”, Carl-Emil Grøn Christensen, CEO, Reshape Biotech
      Scientific Talk: “Bioware liquid computing - Beyond pipetting and the Petri dish”, Jan Madsen, Professor, Section Head, Deputy Director,  DTU Compute
      Scientific Talk: “Reliability and Safety in Laboratory Automation”, Xinxin Zhang, Assistant Professor, DTU
       
      Session coordinator: Nikolaus Sonnenschein, Associate Professor, DTU
      Facilitator: Nikolaus Sonnenschein, Associate Professor, DTU


       
      Life science laboratory 4.0: challenges and future solutions from academia and industry
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