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innoFSPEC @ Potsdam Science Park "Research Guide"

Located in Potsdam-Golm innoFSPEC is part of the Potsdam Science Park - The largest and fastest growing location for research and innovation in the Federal State of Brandenburg. More than 12,500 people conduct research, work and study here in the fields of biotechnology, medical technology, optics, geosciences, astro and gravitational physics, and other areas. Leading research institutions and a continually growing number of companies and startups are jointly creating a campus of the future.

In order to give an overview to the scientific diversity in the Science Park, the Science Park Management has finally published the brand new Reaserach Guide. With the help of a location map and lots of relevant facts and information, now visitors and cooperation partner can easily find their way around the campus - and to innoFSPEC. 

We are very happy to be part of the guide! You will find us on page 45. 



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The Innovation Platform ISSUE 3

Restaffing in innoFSPEC centre management

From July 1, our colleague Dr. Christian Peest – an astrophysicist turned physical chemist – will take over the position of innoFSPEC scientific coordinator and center manager. He will continue with ongoing projects, giving them his own signature, and start new activities, particularly in the context of the strategy concept “innoFSPEC 21+”.

We look forward to further innovative and exciting work with him.


For questions and concerns, please contact him.

Siemens Process Analytics Award goes to TU Berlin & innoFSPEC

This year's Siemens Process Analytics Award for young scientists goes to Björn Gutschmann, PhD student from the Bioprocess Engineering group at TU Berlin. Together with Thomas Schiewe, PhD student at innoFSPEC Potsdam, and others he worked on in-line monitoring of polyhydroxyalkanoate production in Ralstonia eutropha (Cupriavidus necator) plant oil cultivations. The published paper can be found here.

We congratulate on this success! Well done.

Graphical abstract

Graphical abstract © Gutschmann/Schiewe et al.


Read more here.