Industrial microalgae production
High algae growth
Microalgae grow much faster compared to conventional plants. PhycoSystems bioreactors optimize growth conditions and maximize algae yields.
The new bioreactor design requires
10x less space than glas tube systems.
PhycoSystems microalgae production is mostly location and climate independent. A high level of automatization ensures a stable production process.
The PhycoSystems bioreactors are designed for an easy scalability, both horizontally as well as vertically.
We develop the future of microalcae cultivation
Through an innovative photobioreactor design, PhycoSystems technology enables microalgae to be cultivated industrially.
The core of the innovation is a completely new illumination concept. In combination with a high degree of automation, microalgae can be produced with maximum quality at low cost. The closed bioreactors allow the cultivation of any algae strain under individually optimal growth conditions.
Cultivated algae strains
Dr. En Ning Saw
En Ning Saw studied bio-chemistry and subsequently obtained a PhD in chemistry. En is responsible for the development of the photobioreactors and optimization of the algae growth conditions.
Markus Fidelak has a background in business. He is responsible for business related activities such as sales, marketing and business development.
Dr. Matthias Bartelt
Matthias Bartelt holds a PhD in engineering and brings extensive experience in process automation and digitalization. Matthias is responsible for the automation and development of the control electronics of the photobioreactor.
PhycoSystems is supported by a varity of partners such as the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action, the Impact Factory, Impact Hub Berlin as well as the Ruhr-University of Bochum.