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Flora Siebler

Dipl. Biol. (t.o.)

PhD completed - Dr. Ing.



Design of synthesis gas bioreactors on basis of coupled kinetic population CFD models


Talk and poster: “Lagrange trajectories as bacterial lifelines in combination with cell cycle dynamics”, Himmelfahrtstagung: Models for Developing and Optimizing Biotech Production, Neu-Ulm


Kuschel, M., Siebler, F., & Takors, R. (2017). Lagrangian trajectories to predict the formation of population heterogeneity in large-scale bioreactors. Bioengineering, 4(2), 1-27.


Poster: “Valuation of the Potential of Synthesis Gas as Novel Carbon Source for Biotechnological Fermentations”, Himmelfahrtstagung: New Frontiers for Biotech-Processes, Koblenz


Wutz, J., Lapin, A., Siebler, F., Schäfer, J. E., Wucherpfennig, T., Berger, M., & Takors, R. (2016). Predictability of kLa in stirred tank reactors under multiple operating conditions using an Euler–Lagrange approach. Engineering in Life Sciences, 16(7), 633-642.


Poster: “Effects of simulated dredging and trawling on Australian sponges”, WSC (world sponge conference) 2013 in Perth, Australia

Practical courses involving simulations

Since 03/2015

PhD student at the Institute of biochemical Engineering, University of Stuttgart

08/2014 - 02/2015

Graduate research assistant at the Institute of System Dynamics, University of Stuttgart

06/2014 - 08/2014


Graduate research assistant at the Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology, Stuttgart

10/2013 - 05/2014

Diploma Thesis at the Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology, Stuttgart

“Investigation of enzymatic phosphate release from agricultural residues”

12/2012 - 05/2013

Research assistant and Seminar Paper at the Australian Institute of Marine Science, Perth (WA)

“The Impact of Simulated Dredging on Sponges of the East Australian Costal Line”

01/2012 - 03/2013

Research assistant at the Institute of Bioprocess Engineering, University of Stuttgart

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