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Conference Fees


The fee comprises the book of abstracts, list of attendees, poster party and beverages during coffee breaks.

Karlsruhe Castle

The poster session of the conference will be at the Karlsruhe Castle on 15 June 2016.


Should you have any questions or difficulties, please contact us:

Dr. Iris Perner-Nochta

Dr. Elisabeth Zelle

Scientific Committee
  • Prof. M. Bott
  • Prof. J. Hubbuch
  • Prof. A. Lendlein
  • Prof. A. Offenhäusser
  • Prof. U. Strähle
  • Prof. W. Wiechert
  • Prof. C. Wöll
Strategy Process Biotechnology 2020+

The Helmholtz Research Network "Molecular Interaction Engineering" is supported by the BMBF within the strategy process Biotechnology 2020+.

Associated Partners


International Conference on Molecular Interaction Engineering

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Karlsruhe (Germany), 15-16 June 2016
group Picture of conference participants

The successful two-day event allured eighty participants from variuos fields and offered them the opportunity to share their ideas on future biotechnology especially on

  •  Synthetic reaction cascades
  •  Optogenetically controlled system
  •  Interaction of complex molecular structures
  •  Printable Biology

They discussed the vision of "Printable Biology" and the challenges and possibilites of spin-off companies.


From Nature's Toolbox to Hybrid Technical Systems

The field of biotechnology is growing rapidly and its development has tremendous impact on many areas of life. The next step for future biotechnology is to replace and outperform traditional processes as well as to extend existing technologies to novel application fields.


At the conference researchers from various fields such as biotechnology, structural biology, biomaterial science, process engineering, and computational life science are welcome to share their ideas. Different background knowledge and diverse persepectives will lead to new insights and inspirations towards novel technologies based on molecular surface interactions.

Conference Venue

 Building of the Presidential Committee, KIT