• FINAL PROGRAMME
     
    NEW NOTICE FROM CIRP LCE 2020:
    >> Lucia Rigamonti's presentation will be played again on Friday, May 15th at 13:24 (Paris Time) / 07:24 (Nex-York Time) / 20:24 (Tkyo Time) on Channel 1- LCA. Lucia will also attend the session's Q/A session.
    >> About Wednesday's first session on Channel 3 - Circular Economy. The four presentations of the session can be found in the last 40min of the  LCE2020-Circular Economy-Wednesday13May−Channel3's video
  • Wednesday - May 13th

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    New York Grenoble Tokyo
    Opening session 06:00 12:00 19:00
    Application of biological transformation to foster positive urban production
    Christoph Herrmann - TU Braunschweig, Germany
    06:10 12:10 19:10
    LCA  Smart manufacturing Circular economy Ecodesign 06:35 12:35 19:35
    A framework for modelling emerging processes’ upscaling from an environmental perspective
    Tasnim Balgobin, Damien Evrard
    Application of a multi-head tool for robotic disassembly
    Wei Hua Chen, Gwendolyn Foo,  Sami Kara, Maurice Pagnucco
    A Collaboration Platform for Enabling Industrial Symbiosis: Application of the database engine for eco-efficient waste-to-resource conversions
    Cadence Hsien, Foo Chuan Kai, Jonathan Sze Choong Low, Daren Zong Loong Tan
    Product portfolio analysis towards operationalising science-based targets
    Sepideh Moshrefi, Shiva Abdoli, Sami Kara, Michael Hauschild
    06:35 12:35 19:35
    Green paradox and the role of life cycle engineering
    Shiva Abdoli, Sami Kara, Michael Hauschild
    Industrial Case Studies for Digital Transformation of Engineering Processes using the Virtual Reality Technology
    Fahmi Bellalouna
    The influence of information provision on the choice between new and remanufactured products - a survey
    Aleksandra Wewer, Pinar Bilge, Franz Dietrich
    An Investigation into the Role of PV Industry in Meeting the Growing Energy Demand towards Absolute Sustainability
    Shiva Abdoli, Mounika Pamulapati, Sami Kara
    06:46 12:46 19:46
    Towards sustainable business model and sustainable design of a hydro generator system dedicated to isolated communities
    Kathleen Mallard, Lauric Garbuio, Vincent Debusschere
    Recycling and Retrofitting for Industrial Equipment based on Augmented Reality
    Dimitris Mourtzis, John Angelopoulos, Nikolaos Panopoulos
    Approach for developing implementation strategies for circular economy in global production networks
    Felix Klenk, Kevin Gleich, Florian Meister,  Benjamin Häfner, Gisela Lanza
    Connected lifecycle systems: a new perspective on industrial symbiosis
    Hideki Kobayashi, Hidenori Murata, Shinichi Fukushige
    06:57 12:57 19:57
    Environmental assessment of consequences from predictive maintenance with artificial intelligence techniques: Importance of the system boundary
    Annelie Carlson, Tomohiko Sakao
    Proposal and experimentation of an analysis grid to map knowledge of the factory of the future
    Claudine Gillot, Nadège Troussier,Julien Le Duigou, Jérôme Favergeon, Christian Camelin
    Digital Technologies in Circular Economy Transition: Evidence from Case Studies
    Ece Ucar, Marie-Anne Le Dain, Iragaël Joly
    An optimization framework of electric vehicle(EV) batteries for product eco-design
    Cheng Zhang, Yun Liu, Yongming Qian, Hong Bao
    07:08 13:08 20:08
    Q/A session Q/A session Q/A session Q/A session 07:19 13:19 20:19
    Sustainable logistics: the new triple bottom line - Charlotte Migne - FM Logistique, France 07:31 13:31 20:31
    LCA Smart manufacturing Circular economy Ecodesign 07:56 13:56 20:56
    Environmental evaluation of treated tailing as Supplementary Cementitious Material
    Felipe Vargas, Lucia Rigamonti
    Cyber-Physical Twins - Definition, Conception and Benefit
    Cordula Czwick, Reiner Anderl
    Towards a Circularity Indicator to Assess Products’ Materials and Lifetime: In-Use Occupation
    Gustavo Moraga, Sophie Huysveld, Steven de Meester, Jo Dewulf
    Mimicking the nested structures of ecosystems in the design of industrial water networks
    Colton Brehm, Abheek Chatterjee, Astrid Layton
    07:56 13:56 20:56
    Comparative life cycle assessment of warm mix asphalt with recycled concrete aggregate: a Colombian case study
    Daniela Araujo, Gilberto Martinez-Arguelles, João Santos
    Contributions of lean six sigma to sustainable manufacturing requirements: an Industry 4.0 perspective
    Rohin Titmarsh, Fadi Assad, Robert Harrison
    Economic evaluation of potential locations for remanufacturing in an extended supply chain – A case study on robotic lawn mowers
    Johan Vogt Duberg, Gustav Johansson, Erik Sundin, Ou Tang
    Implementation of an eco-innovation toolbox to stimulate design teams: a case of interior design
    Flore Vallet, Benjamin Tyl
    08:07 14:07 21:07
    Multidimensional Assessment of Passenger Cars: Comparison of Electric Vehicles with Internal Combustion Engine Vehicles
    Dennis Wilken, Matthias Oswald,  Patrick Draheim, Christian Pade,  Urte Brand
    A Decision Support Framework for Remanufacturing of Highly Variable Products Using a Collective Intelligence Approach
    Mickäel Bettinelli, Michel Occello, Damien Genthial, Daniel Brissaud
    Economic sustainability under Supply Chain and Eco-Industrial Park concurrent design
    Claudio Castiglione, Arianna Alfieri
    Material and Manufacturing Process Selection for Electronics Eco-Design: Case Study on Paper-Based Water Quality Sensors
    Grégoire Le Brun, Jean-Pierre Raskin
    08:18 14:18 21:18
    Life Cycle Engineering of future aircraft systems: the case of eVTOL vehicles
    Sofia Pinheiro Melo, Felipe Cerdas, Alexander Barke, Christian Thies, Thomas S. Spengler, Christoph Herrmann
    Recycling 4.0 – Mapping smart manufacturing solutions to remanufacturing and recycling operations
    Steffen Blömeke, Julian Rickert, Mark Mennenga, Sebastian Thiede, Thomas S. Spengler, Christoph Herrmann
    Introduction of the circular economy to expanded polystyrene household waste: A case study from an Ecuadorian plastic manufacturer
    J. Hidalgo-Crespo, F. X. Jervis, C. M. Moreira, M. Soto, J. L. Amaya
    A conceptual framework for a dyadic supplier-customer co-innovation of bioplastic packaging
    Liliani, Benny Tjahjono
    08:29 14:29 21:29
    Q/A session Q/A session Q/A session Q/A session 08:40 14:40 21:40
    LCA Processes assessment Circular economy Ecodesign 08:52 14:52 21:52
    Comparative life cycle assessment of unmanned aerial vehicles, internal combustion engine vehicles and battery electric vehicles for grocery delivery
    Kris Yowtak, Justin Imiola, Michael Andrews, Keith Cardillo, Steven Skerlos
    Utilisation of a Compressed Air Test Bed to Assess the Effects of Pneumatic Parameters on Energy Consumption
    Kyle Abela, Emmanuel Francalanza, Paul Refalo
    Ten years of scientific support for integrating circular economy requirements in the EU EcoDesign Directive: overview and lessons learnt
    Fabrice Mathieux, Fulvio Ardente, Silvia Bobba
    System level impediments to achieving absolute sustainability using LCA
    Yongxian Zhu, Steve Skerlos, Ming Xu, Daniel R. Cooper
    08:52 14:52 21:52
    Applying Design of Experiments to Evaluate Economic Feasibility of Rare-Earth Element Recovery
    Sidi Deng, Jesus Perez-Cardona, Aihua Huang, Yuehwern Yih, Vicki S. Thompson, David W. Reed, Hongyue Jin, John W. Sutherland
    The Impact of Polymer Selection and Recycling on the Sustainability of Injection Moulded Parts
    Chantel Vassallo, Arif Rochman, Paul Refalo
    Buildings as Material Banks Using RFID and Building Information Modeling in a Circular Economy
    Samuel Copeland, Melissa Bilec
    Packaging Functions and Their Role in Technical Development of Food Packaging Systems: Functional Equivalence in Yoghurt Packaging
    Ankit Aggarwal, Horst-Christian Langowski
    09:03 15:03 22:03
    Reusing glass bottles in Italy: a life cycle assessment evaluation
    Camilla Tua, Mario Grosso, Lucia Rigamonti
    Identifying data gaps in the energy supply chains of manufacturing sectors with an input-output LCA model
    Xiaoju Chen, H Scott Matthews, Rebecca Hanes, Alberta Carpenter
    Assessing the Sustainability Implications of Research Projects against the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals
    Alexis Laurent, Mikołaj Owsianiak, Yan Dong, Mariia Kravchenko, Christine Molin, Michael Z. Hauschild
    The interest of an evolution of Value Management methodology in Complex Technical Projects for improving Project Management
    Alexis Lalevée, Nadège Troussier, Éric Blanco, Marion Berlioz
    09:14 15:14 22:14
    Environmental improvement levers for railway infrastructure solutions: LCA contribution to ecodesign deployment
    Fanny Lebailly, Sophie Martin Nicolas-Philippe Andrieu 
    Energy, Time and Material Consumption Modelling for Fused Deposition Modelling Process
    Jimeng Yang, Ying Liu
    Reuse of leather scraps for insulation panels: Technical and environmental feasibility evaluation
    Marco Marconi, Marco Barbanera, Giuseppe Calabrò, Ilaria Baffo
    Eco-design of cooking appliances based on food habits and diets
    Claudio Favi, Giovanni Formentini, Nuria Boix Rodriguez
    09:25 15:25 22:25
    Q/A session Q/A session Q/A session Q/A session 09:36 15:36 22:36
  • Thursday - May 14th

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    New York Grenoble Tokyo
    Chairman welcome 06:00 12:00 19:00
    Product remanufacturing in Japan: Trends and challenges - Mitsutaka Matsumoto - AIST, Japan 06:03 12:03 19:03
    LCA Process efficiency Circular economy Ecodesign 06:28 12:28 19:28
    Cradle-to-gate water and carbon footprint assessment of melange yarns manufacturing
    Yun Liu, Haihong Huang, Feiyue Ren, Yi Wang, Zhifeng Liu, Qingdi Ke, Xinyu Li, Lei Zhang
    Deep transfer learning based diagnosis for machining process lifecycle
    W.D. Li, Y.C. Liang
    To what extent do circular economy indicators capture sustainability?
    Mariia Kravchenko, Tim C. McAloone, Daniela C. A. Pigosso
    Optimization approach for attractive and sustainable products
    Nicolas Tchertchian, Dominique Millet
    06:28 12:28 19:28
    Trend and future scenario analyses of Singapore’s food system through the lens of life cycle environmental impact
    Daren Zong Loong Tan, Cadence Li Jie Hsien, Chuan Kai Foo, Rachel Jiajing Yang, Ruisheng Ng, Jonathan Sze Choong Low
    An OPC UA based framework for predicting energy consumption of machine tools
    Yan He, Pengcheng Wu, Yuling Wang, Fei Tao, Bernard K K Hon
    Towards a Circular Economy of Industrial Software
    Vladimir Kutscher, Sebastian Ruland, Patrick Müller, Nathan Wasser, Malte Lochau, Reiner Anderl, Andy Schürr, Mira Mezini, Reiner Hähnle
    Analyzing the environmental sustainability of packaging for household appliances: a test case
    Daniele Landi, Paolo Cicconi, Michele Germani
    06:39 12:39 19:39
    Assessing the environmental and economic sustainability of autonomous systems: A case study in the agricultural industry
    Michael Saidani, Erik Pan, Harrison Kim, Andrew Greenlee, Jason Wattonville, Bernard Yannou, Yann Leroy, François Cluzel
    Modeling machining energy consumption including the effect of toolpath
    Yan He, Xiaocheng Tian, Yufeng Li, Shilong Wang, John W. Sutherland
    Sustainable Demanufacturing Model for Promoting Circular Economy in the Rail Industry
    Humblani Simon Phuluwa, Ilesanmi Daniyan, Khumbulani Mpofu
    Energy performances assessment for sustainable design recommendations: case study of a supermarket's refrigeration system
    Yasmine Salehy, Hong Minh Hoang, François Cluzel, Yann Leroy, Anthony Delahaye, Laurence Fournaison, Bernard Yannou
    06:50 12:50 19:50
    Eco design of new biodiesel: first steps for a life cycle assessment
    Vargas-Ibáñez Leidy T., Cano-Gómez José J., Zwolinski Peggy, Damien Evrard
    A framework for energy consumption reduction in sheet metal forming
    Wei Xiong, Haihong Huang, Quanchen Zhu, Lei Gan, Lei Li, Libin Zhu, Shouxu Song
    Circular Economy adoption in the aquafeed manufacturing industry
    Niken Kusumo Wardani, Benny Tjahjono
    Synthetic emergence as a functional unit for the environmental assessment of a system of systems
    Mark Mennenga, Lennart Büth, Felipe Cerdas, Christoph Herrmann
    07:01 13:01 20:01
    Q/A session Q/A session Q/A session Q/A session 07:12 13:12 20:12
    Dynamic Modelling of Material Demand and Supply in the context of Energy Transition
    Olivier Vidal - Université Grenoble Alpes
    07:24 13:24 20:24
    LCA Processes assessment Remanufacturing PSS 07:49 13:49 20:49
    Screening Life Cycle Assessment to compare CO2 and Greenhouse Gases emissions of air, road, and rail transport: an exploratory study
    Lucile Trevisan, Mélanie Bordignon
    Readiness Self-Assessment of Cement Industry for Sustainable Manufacturing Implementation: A Case study of India
    Vikrant Bhakar, Kuldip Singh Sangwan, Abhijeet K Digalwar
    Developing demand forecasting model of remanufactured parts of mining machinery
    Kazuya Yufune, Ryo Ishida, Naoya Sato, Yusuke Kishita, Yasushi Umeda
    Additional uses for life cycle costing in life cycle management
    Marianna Lena Kambanou
    07:49 13:49 20:49
    Environmental Impact Assessment of Boatbuilding Process with Ocean Plastic
    Qi Fanga, Mélanie Despeisse, Xiaoxia Chen
    A Framework for Assessing Self-healing Products
    Akos Cseke, Merryn Haines-Gadd, Paul Mativenga, Fiona Charnley
    Analysing the contribution of automotive remanufacturing to the circularity of materials
    Silvia Bobba, Paolo Tecchio, Fulvio Ardente, Fabrice Mathieux, Fabio Marques dos Santos, Ferenc Pekar
    Environmental implication of casual wear rental services: Case of Japan and Germany
    Felix Maximilian Piontek, Eri Amasawa, Koji Kimita
    08:00 14:00 21:00
    Dynamic site-dependent Life Cycle Assessment for assessing impact of human toxicity of a double glazed PVC window
    Patrice MEGANGE, Pierre Ngae, Amir Feiz, Thien-Phu Le
    Interaction Analysis for Dynamic Sustainability Assessment of Manufacturing Systems
    Michelle Petry, Christian Köhler, Hao Zhang
    A Safety Oriented Decision Support Tool for the Remanufacturing and Recycling of Post-use H&EVs Lithium-Ion Batteries
    Luca Gentilini, Elena Mossali, Alessio Angius, Marcello Colledani
    Methodology for the implementation of subscription models in machinery and plant engineering
    Michael Riesener, Christian Doelle, Manuel Ebi, Stefan Perau
    08:11 14:11 21:11
    Investigating Eco-efficiency Procedure to Compare Refurbishment Scenarios With Different Insulating Materials
    Carolina Colli, Alain Bataille, Emmanuel Antczak
    Energy consumption assessment and modeling of a comminution process: the glass fibers reinforced composites case-study
    Marco Diani, Marcello Colledani
    Consumer purchase intention of remanufactured EEE products  A Study on robotic lawn mowers in Sweden
    Daan Kabel , Simon Ahlstedt, Mattias Elg, Erik Sundin
    Towards a Modeling framework of collaboration in PSS development project: a review of key factors
    Mourad Harrat, Farouk Belkadi, Alain Bernard
    08:22 14:22 21:22
    Socio-economic life cycle assessment of future aircraft systems
    Alexander Barke, Christian Thies, Sofia Pinheiro Melo, Felipe Cerdas,  Christoph Herrmann, Thomas S. Spengler
    A methodology for the ecological and economic assessment of manufacturing process sequences
    Thomas Bergs, Timm Grünebaum, Jan Rey, Sebastian Barth, Marc Goldmanns
    Adaptive Remanufacturing for Lifecycle Optimization of Connected Production Resources – A Literature Review
    Peter Burggräf, Johannes Wagner, Matthias Dannapfel, Tobias Adlon, Till Saßmannshausen, Carsten Fölling, Nils Föhlisch, Dennis Ohrndorf, Richard Minderjahn
    Architecture and development approach for integrated Cyber-Physical Production-Service Systems (CPPSS)
    Mark Mennenga, Christopher Rogall, Cheng-Jung Yang, Johannes Wölper, Christoph Herrmann, Sebastian Thiede
    08:33 14:33 21:33
    Q/A session Q/A session Q/A session Q/A session 08:44 14:44 21:44
    LCA Processes efficiency Sustainable Supply Chains Life cycle modelling 08:59 14:59 21:59
    Multi criteria decision analysis for sustainability assessment of 2nd generation biofuels
    Martina Haase, Nils Babenhauserheide, Christine Rösch
    An appraisal on the sustainability payback of additively manufactured molds with conformal cooling
    William Davis, Vincenzo Lunetto, Paolo C. Priarone, Dan Centea, Luca Settineri
    Optimization of WEEE Recycling Network for E-wastes based on Discrete Event Simulation
    Haihong Huang, Bingbing Li
    Post-Processing and Testing-Oriented Design for Additive Manufacturing – A General Framework for the Development of Hybrid AM Parts
    Jan-Henrik Schneberger, Jerome Kaspar, Michael Vielhaber
    08:59 14:59 21:59
    Environmental LCA on Three Note-Taking Devices
    Arthriya Suksuwan, Avia Matossian, Yichen Zhou, Philip Chacko, Steven Skerlos
    Method to identify energy efficiency potentials of metal cutting machine tools in industry
    Lars Petruschke, Max Burkhardt, Thomas Kohne, Martin Beck, Philipp Schraml, Mark Helfert, Eberhard Abele
    Sustainable reverse logistic of construction and demolition wastes in French regions: Towards sustainable practices
    Nacef TAZI, Rachida IDIR, Amor BEN-FRAJ
    Development of a Diagnostic and Prognostic Tool for Predictive Maintenance in the Railcar Industry
    Daniyan I. A., Mpofu K. ,  Adeodu A. O.
    09:10 15:10 22:10
    Life cycle inventory modelling framework for symbiotic and distributed agricultural food production systems
    Lennart Büth, Max Juraschek, Felipe Cerdas, Christoph Herrmann
    Decision Support Systems for Leak Control in Urban Water Supply Systems: A Literature Synopsis
    Thabane H. Shabangu, Yskandar Hamam, Kazeem B. Adedeji
    Decentralized Planning of Lithium-Ion Battery Production and Recycling
    Christian Scheller, Kerstin Schmidt, Christoph Herrmann, Thomas S. Spengler
    An automated workflow for integrating environmental sustainability assessment into parametric part design through standard reference models
    William Bernstein, Melissa Tensa, Maxwell Praniewicz, Soonjo Kwon, Devarajan Ramanujan
    09:21 15:21 22:21
    Standardizing environmental performance evaluation of manufacturing systems through ISO 20140
    Hitoshi Komoto, William Z. Bernstein, Soonjo Kwon, Fumihiko Kimura
    Comparison of linear and trochoidal milling for wear and vibration reduced machining
    Daniel Gross, Fabian Friedl, Trixi Meier, Nico Hanenkamp
    Bio-inspired Design for Sustainable and Resilient Supply Chains
    Abheek Chatterjee, Astrid Layton
    Lifecycle modeling for eco design of the Internet of Things
    Ernesto Quisbert-Trujillo, Thomas Ernst, Karine Evrard Samuel, Emmanuelle Cor
    09:32 15:32 22:32
    Q/A session Q/A session Q/A session Q/A session 09:43 15:43 22:43
  • Friday - May 15th

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    New York Grenoble Tokyo
    Chairman welcome 06:00 12:00 19:00
    How MTB Group has switched from recycling activity to ecodesign activity?
    Guilhem Grimaud - MTB Group, France
    06:03 12:03 19:03
    LCA Process improvement Education/research assessment Smart grids - NRJ storage systems 06:28 12:28 19:28
    A Comparative Life Cycle Assessment of a Selective-Laser-Melting-Produced Hydraulic Valve Body using Design for Property
    Yanan Wang, Tao Peng, Yi Zhu, Yang Yang, Renzhong Tang
    A failure feature identification method for adaptive remanufacturing
    Yan He, Chuanpeng Hao, Yufeng Li, Ming K. Lim, Yan Wang
    Education perspective for sustainable engineering: a tool for assessment of cross-disciplinary and advanced technical skills
    Catherine Perpignan, Yacine Baouch, Vincent Robin, Benoît Eynard
    Sizing electric storage systems for industrial peak shaving applications
    Fabian Zimmermann, Alexander Sauer
    06:28 12:28 19:28
    Electricity Technological Mix Forecasting for Life Cycle Assessment Aware Scheduling
    Simone Cornago, Andrea Vitali, Carlo Brondi, Jonathan Sze Choong Low
    Upcycling strategy of grinding swarf by supersolidus liquid phase sintering
    Sebastian Jäger, Sebastian Weber
    Reflecting on the environmental impact of research activities: an exploratory study
    François Cluzel, Flore Vallet, Yann Leroy, Pierre Rebours
    Resource and energy efficiency assessment of an industrial DC-Smart-Grid
    Timm Kuhlmann, Isabella Bianchini, Alexander Sauer
    06:39 12:39 19:39
    Sustainability impact assessment of an intelligent control system for residential heating
    Ellen Bracquené, Yannick De Bock, Joost Duflou
    An energy efficiency analysis of Single Point Incremental Forming as an Approach for Sheet Metal Based Component Reuse
    Giuseppe Ingarao, Omer Zaheer, Davide Campanella, Rosa Di Lorenzo, Livan Fratini
    Livan Fratini
    Development of Educational Contents on Circular Economy and Critical Raw Materials Challenges
    Helmi Ben Rejeb, Peggy Zwolinski
    Integrated Methodology to Assess the Energy Flexibility Potential in the Process Industry
    Erika Pierri, Christine Schulze, Christoph Herrmann, Sebastian Thiede
    06:50 12:50 19:50
    Life cycle environmental assessment of a transition to mobility servitization
    Chalaka Fernando, Vi Kie Soo, Paul Compston, Hyung Chul Kim, Robert De Kleine, Dustin Weigl, David R. Keith, Matthew Doolan
    Transferring Life Cycle Engineering to Surface Engineering
    Alexander Leiden, Peter-Jochen Brand, Felipe Cerdas, Sebastian Thiede, Christoph Herrmann
    Case study: located pedagogical situations to improve global sustainable skills in engineering education and universities
    Lou Grimal, Pauline Marty,  Santiago Perez, Nadège Troussier, Catherine Perpignan, Tatiana Reyes
    Towards Knowledge Based LCE of Battery Technologies
    Nicolas von Drachenfels, Felipe Cerdas, Christoph Herrmann
    07:01 13:01 20:01
    Q/A session Q/A session Q/A session Q/A session 07:12 13:12 20:12
    LCA Processes assessment Recycling Smart manufacturing 07:24 13:24 20:24
    Reusing glass bottles in Italy: a life cycle assessment evaluation
    Camilla Tua, Mario Grosso, Lucia Rigamonti
      Closed loop recycling of WEEE plastics: a case study for payment terminals
    F. Wagner, J. R. Peeters, J. De Keyzer, J. R. Duflou, W. Dewulf
    Virtual reality based digital chain for creating a knowledge base of hand gestures in maintenance tasks
    Manoch NUMFU, Andreas RIEL, Frederic NOEL
    07:24 13:24 20:24
    Integration of life cycle assessment with energy simulation software for polymer exchange membrane (PEM) electrolysis
    Hemant Sharma, Guillaume Mandil, Peggy Zwolinski, Emmanuelle Cor, Hugo Mugnier
    A survey on modeling and forecasting the enerfy consumption in discrete manufacturing
    Heiner Reinhardt, Jan-Peter Bergmann, Marc Münnich, David Rein, Matthias Putz
    Techno-economic potential of recycling Tantalum containing capacitors by automated selective dismantling
    Hans Ramon, Jef R. Peeters, Wouter Sterkens, Joost R. Duflou, Karel Kellens ,Wim Dewulf
    An Augmented Reality Application for Robotic Cell Customization
    Dimitris Mourtzis, Giorgos Synodinos, John Angelopoulos, Nikolaos Panopoulos
    07:35 13:35 20:35
    Circular Economy considerations in choices of LCA methodology: How to handle EV battery repurposing?
    Magnus Schulz, Niki Bey, Monia Niero, Michael Hauschild
    Analysis of aircraft maintenance processes and costs
    Tseko Mofokeng, Paul T Mativenga, Annlizé Marnewick
    Exploring the environmental performance of emerging (chemical) recycling technologies for post-consumer plastic waste
    Julian Rickert, Felipe Cerdas, Christoph Herrmann
    Implementation and Potentials of a Machine Vision System in a Series Production using Deep Learning and Low-Cost Hardware
    Hubert Würschinger, Matthias Mühlbauer, Michael Winter, Michael Engelbrecht, Nico Hanenkamp
    07:46 13:46 20:46
    Economic models used in consequential life cycle assessment: a literature review
    Denise T L Almeida, Carole Charbuillet, Charlotte Heslouin, Alexandra Lebert, Nicolas Perry
    Monitoring Indoor Air Quality in Additive Manufacturing Environment
    Shirin Khaki, Maud Rio, Philippe Marin
    Forecasting the EU recycling potential for batteries from electric vehicles
    Mohammad Abdelbaky, Jef R. Peeters, Joost R. Duflou, Wim Dewulf
    Big data analysis for the estimation of disassembly time and de-manufacturing activity
    Claudio Favi, M. Marconi, M. Mandolini,  M. Germani
    07:57 13:57 20:57
    Environmental Evaluation of Distributed Versus Centralized Plastic Waste Recycling: Integrating Life Cycle Assessment and Agent-based Modeling
    Piya Kerdlap, Aloisius Rabata Purnama, Jonathan Sze Choong Low, Daren Zong Loong Tan,  Claire Y. Barlow, Seeram Ramakrishna
    Improving Worker Health and Safety in Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing: A Graph-based Approach
    Hari P.N. Nagarajan,  Suraj Panicker, Hossein Mokhtarian, Eric Coatanéa, Karl R. Haapala
    Exploration of alternative routes for recycling critical metals from waste PCB and tantalum capacitors
    Frédérique Bastin, Aurélien Janssen, Yannick Lolivier, Murilo Masalskas,
    User centered development of a Digital Twin concept with focus on sustainability in the clothing industry
    Riedelsheimer Theresa, Dorfhuber Lisa, Stark Rainer
    08:08 14:08 21:08
    Q/A session Q/A session Q/A session Q/A session 08:19 14:19 21:19
    Innovation in Materials Manufacturing through Circular Economy
    Nabil Nasr, RIT, Rochester - USA
    08:34 14:34 21:34
    Closing session with best paper Leo Award 08:59 14:59 21:59
  • Keynote Speaker

     
    Charlotte MIGNE
    FM Logistique, France
    Sustainable logistics: the new triple bottom line  

    Abstract: FM Logistic is an international leader in logistics, present in 14 countries with 27,200 collaborators and 1.3 Billion € revenue. Sustainability is becoming an important driver both in handling and transportation activities. National and local regulations constraints, recruitment difficulties in Europe, customers requests on green aspects thanks to end consumers growing concern. Sustainability is not only a market requirement but still a strong differentiator in logistics sector. FM Logistic aims to take one leadership in this positioning.

    CV: Charlotte Migne started her career in Sustainable Development within the Accor Group between 2004 and 2006. She then joined the consulting firm Capgemini Consulting where she carried out several organizational and strategic missions for major transport and energy companies. In 2010, she joined the Edenred Group (formerly Accor Services), a global leader in prepaid service vouchers, as Corporate Social Responsibility Director and then, as from 2014, Corporate Social Responsibility and HR Director. In 2017, she was appointed Group Sustainable Development Director at FM Logistic. Since then, she is in charge of the Group policy regarding health and safety at work, environment and the development of FM Logistic sustainable offer.
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    Olivier VIDAL
    Université Grenoble Alpes, CNRS, France
    Dynamic Modelling of Material Demand and Supply in the context of Energy Transition

    Abstract: All human activities and prosperity of our societies depend on the availability of raw materials (mineral resources) and energy. The quantity of consumed base metals has been increasing at 3 à 5% during the last century, entailing a doubling of demand every fifteen to twenty years. If we continue the trend, more metal will have to be found in the next 30 years than it has been ever extracted. The shift toward low-carbon energy and sky-rocketed development of numerical technologies add new needs. The dynamic modelling of i) future global demand as a function of average per-capita GDP, population and technologies evolution, and ii) production as a function of ore future deposits quality and recycling capacity shed light on the necessary improvements along the lifecycle of raw materials to cope with the expected evolution of demand.

    CV: Olivier Vidal is a CNRS-INSU researcher at the Institut des Sciences de la Terre, Grenoble. After a PhD in experimental mineralogy, he specialised in the thermodynamic and kinetic modelling of mineral reactions, with applications in the fields of Earth geodynamics, storage of radioactive waste or CO2, and natural hydrogen production. His research is now focused on the energy-raw materials nexus in the context of energy transition to a low-carbon society. He has been scientific coordinator of the European network ERA-MIN on the industrial handling of non-energy raw materials (http://www.era-min-eu.org/), and he is involved in several multidisciplinary projects in collaboration with economists.
  • Keynote Speaker

     
    Dr Mitsutaka MATSUMOTO
    AIST, Japan
    Product remanufacturing in Japan: Trends and challenges  

    Abstract: Promoting circular manufacturing of products is a key in achieving a circular economy. While circular manufacturing has been advanced in the last decades both in research and practices, there still exist barriers and challenges to address to further enhance the resource efficiencies of product life cycles. The main challenges today include the digitalization and globalization. Developing a further sophisticated closed-loops of products, their components, and materials is required, and the advancements of digital technologies provide the opportunities for the development. Also, extending the scope of the value chains of circular manufacturing from local to global gives opportunities to enhance resource efficiencies. The trends and challenges are presented based on the cases.

    CV: Dr. Mitsutaka Matsumoto is a senior researcher at AMRI (Advanced Manufacturing Research Institute) of AIST (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), Japan. Since he started working with AIST in 2006, he has been working on research and development in product life cycle engineering, remanufacturing, and research policy and management. In the last 5 years, he has been leading R&D projects on remanufacturing. He has also been involved in organizing Going Green EcoDesign conference which has been held in Japan and Asian countries biyearly.
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    Prof Christoph HERRMANN
    TU Braunschweig, Germany
    Application of biological transformation to foster positive urban production  

    Abstract: Urbanization and the limited environmental carrying capacity of our planet are crucial challenges for human kind. Industrial value creation and the production of goods have a significant role in the worldwide emissions pattern. A biologically oriented conception of technical systems with the goal of a sustainable added value is summarized as "biological transformation". By bringing together the concentration of consumption, waste generation and more, in urban areas, with the biologicalisation of industrial value creation an opportunity arises to actively create bio-based positive urban production. Based on the principles of the biological transformation a framework is derived, stretching the design space between spatial urban levels and production life cycle stages, thereby fostering positive bio-based urban production. The design space is then applied, allocating current realization and envisioned cases as well as giving recommendations for future research topics.

    CV: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christoph Herrmann is university professor for Sustainable Manufacturing & Life Cycle Engineering and co-director of IWF, Institute of Machine Tools and Production Technology, Technische Universität Braunschweig as well as director of the Fraunhofer Institute for Surface Engineering and Thin Films IST. Professor Herrmann has conducted various industry and research projects in the context of life cycle engineering and sustainable manufacturing on national and international level. He has published more than 300 papers and book publications as author, co-other and editor. Professor Herrmann is member of the International Academy for Production Engineering (CIRP).
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    Dr Guilhem GRIMAUD
    MTB Group, France
    How MTB Group has switched from recycling activity to ecodesign activity?  

    Abstract: MTB Group is based on a unique business model of recycling operator and recycling equipment manufacturer. For 40 years, MTB has been offering innovative and tailor-made recycling solutions for complex products all over the world. For the past two years, MTB Group has introduced an eco-design offer for industrial partners in order to support them towards the circular economy model.

    CV: Guilhem Grimaud, eco-design expert, has a PhD degree in industrial environmental performance and has been working for MTB Group for 5 years as the eco-innovation.
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    Nabil Z. NASR, PhD
    REMADE Institute, USA
    Innovation in Materials Manufacturing through Circular Economy  

    Abstract: In response to growing materials challenges, there is a need to address those challenges at a national level with clear goals and objectives. In 2017 the REMADE Institute was formed as a public/private partnership focused on developing transformational technologies to accelerate the transition to a Circular Economy for plastics, metals, fibers and e-waste. The institute is funded through a cooperative agreement with the Department of Energy with $70 Million in Federal funding and $70 Million in private funding for the first 5 years. This presentation will provide an overview of the newly established REMADE Institute and its technology strategy. REMADE seeks to enable early stage applied research and development of key industrial platform technologies that could dramatically reduce the embodied energy, emissions, and waste and increase material availability associated with industrial-scale materials production and processing. Eliminate and/or mitigate technical and economic barriers that prevent greater material recycling, recovery, remanufacturing, & reuse.

    CV: Dr. Nabil Nasr is Associate Provost for Academic Affairs and Director of Golisano Institute for Sustainability at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). He also founded RIT’s Center for Remanufacturing and Resource Recovery, a leading source of applied research and solutions in remanufacturing technologies. Dr. Nasr’s research interests focus on remanufacturing, circular economy, life cycle engineering, cleaner production and sustainable product development, and he is considered an international leader in research and development efforts in those disciplines. Nasr is also the founding Chief Executive Officer of the REMADE Institute, providing oversight of node-level research roadmap development as well as corporate engagement of the Institute’s largest industrial partners. This national coalition is working on new clean energy initiatives, focusing on driving down the cost of technologies essential to reuse, recycle and remanufacture materials such as metals, fibers, polymers and electronic waste. Dr. Nasr currently serves as a member of the International Resource Panel of the United Nations Environment Programme. In addition, he has been an expert delegate with the U.S. Government in several international forums such as the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), United Nations, World Trade Organization, and the OECD. He holds an MS and PhD in Industrial & Systems Engineering from Rutgers University.
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