ModLife: Advancing Modelling for Process-Product Innovation, Optimisation, Monitoring Control in Life Science Industries

Awarded by
European Commission (H2020-MSCA-ITN-2015)

Principal Investigator: Prof Sakis Mantalaris
Co-Investigator:             Dr Ruth Misener

Project Website

COG Role: Mentoring an Early Stage Researcher Based at Imperial

ModLife aims to develop Advanced Model-Based Optimization, Monitoring and Control as Enabling Technologies for bioprocess-product development and innovation tailored for the needs in life science industries. ModLife ETN will address excellence in research and training of next generation biochemical and process engineers in life sciences industries. The partnership, which is led by Professor Gürkan Sin, was awarded €4.1M for the 5 universities and 6 companies. Imperial Department of Computing was awarded €188,408.

We are very happy to have Simon Olofsson as the Early Stage Researcher contributing to this project. Dr Marc Deisenroth is collaborating on the project.

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