Timothy John Hobley
DTU National Food Institute
Research Group for Microbial Biotechnology and Biorefining
Building 222 Room 108
2800 Kgs. Lyngby
Fermentation, Downsteream processing, pilot scale, Magnetic particles, Beer brewing
Fermentation and downstream processing including beer brewing Tim Hobley conducts research into fermentation and downstream processing in lab and pilot scale. His main research interests are in: Fermentation physiology including the mechanisms behind enzyme production in the fungi Trichoderma and Aspergillus, as well as bioethanol production; Single cell protein using new types of fermenters; Pilot scale fermenters for biofilm cultivation; Magnetic adsorbents and processes for protein purification; Magnetic immobilised enzymes; All aspects of Beer brewing at lab and pilot scale.