David Nickel

Doctoral Student at Chalmers, Biology and Biological Engineering, Industrial Biotechnology

David was educated at the TU Berlin and has a scientific background in bioprocess development, modelling and optimization. As a PhD student he investigates the impact of the lignocellulosic raw material characteristics on simultaneous saccharification and co-fermentations (SSCF) for bioethanol production. With modelling techniques he develops a framework based on sub-models of the bioethanol process to reveal the impact of raw materials on cell and process conditions. The developed sub-process models are used for optimization and control of SSCF processes. Furthermore, different process configurations are tested to improve ethanol yields and the overall robustness of the process.

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2016–2019

Bioethanol from spruce and oatshells via High Gravity Multi-Feed SSF

Carl Johan Franzén Industrial Biotechnology
David Nickel Industrial Biotechnology
Swedish Energy Agency

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