Microalgae softsensing platform

We published a platform where we discuss possible approaches for microalgae softsensing. We gathered general informations and more specific informations about the different approaches for softsensing. Furthermore we have identified and recruited some experts for the topics, who are willing to give advice in the case of need. This is the link: https://digitalgaesation-softsensing.eu

Hybrid Modeling Platform for Process Monitoring and Optimization

Microalgae are the principal producers of biomass in aquatic environments, ensuring the survival of life on Earth. They have gained significant attention worldwide due to their vast biopharmaceutical, nutraceutical, and renewable energy applications. Open and closed photobioreactors (PBRs) are used to cultivate microalgae, which is a complicated method where biological, environmental, and design variables affect

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A modelling approach for high-value products from microalgae

Microalgae have a broad spectrum of potential applications, such as for human consumption, aquaculture feed, nutraceuticals and pharmaceuticals. The utilisation of microalgae offers a sustainable approach due to their ability to fixate CO2 and uptake inorganic nitrogen and phosphorous sources from wastewater. The freshwater microalgae Haematococcus pluvialis is of explicit industrial interest due to its

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Adaptive Model for temperature control

Due to the complex dynamics of the growth of microalgae a sophisticated control method is needed, to achieve the maximum yield out of a microalgae plant. Model-predictive control (MPC) is a powerful tool gaining a lot of attention in the field of modern control systems. With the help of an underlying model predicting the system

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Microalgal population dynamics related to changes of environmental

Microalgae constitute the basis of life, in a variety of marine and freshwater ecosystems. They are efficient cell factories, the majority operating photosynthetically to turn light energy and atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) with simple inorganic nutrients into biomass. Moreover, they have great potential for the production of industrially relevant high-value products such as proteins, polysaccharides,

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