Closing seminar of the European RemanPath project (February 13, 2020)
The G-SCOP laboratory has been participating since January 2018 in the RemanPath project funded by the EIT-RawMaterials. The full name of the project is "Building Lifelong Education Through Finding Company Path to Remanufacturing Path". This project therefore aims to develop educational content and a course for people working in Remanufacturing. The aim is to enable people to identify the ways in which their company's skills can be developed and to design business models, with a view to launching new remanufacturing activities. This project will end on February 28, 2020. On this occasion, a closing seminar of the project will be organized by our partner the University of Coventry (UK) on February 13, 2020. The program includes a presentation of the main results of the project, the contents teaching on Remanufacturing, and a visit to the University's Center for Advanced Low Carbon Propulsion Systems.
09.00-09.30 – Registration
09.30-09.35 – Welcome - Jouko Heikkilä (VTT)
09.35-09.45 – RemanPath project - Jouko Heikkilä (VTT)
10.00-10.30 – Case study 1 - Julian Cooper (Brother)
10.30-10.45 – Refreshments
10.45-11.05 – The future of manufacturing - Rachel Waugh (Oakdene Hollins)
11.05-11.30 – Case Study 2 - John Jostins (Microcab)
11.30-12.15 – Tour of C-ALPS
12.15-13.00 – Lunch and networking
More information and registration on this link.
More information on RemanPath project and the learning materials on this link.
The RemanPath project is part of the strategy and mission of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT: European Institute of Innovation & Technology). This institute brings together the three major players in innovation - business, education and research - in order to form multinational partnerships, known as the Knowledge and Innovation Community (KIC). The KIC Raw Materials aims to stimulate competitiveness, growth and innovation in Europe in the raw materials sector. Grenoble INP partners with other European universities in several projects (RemanPath, WM-CRM, INNOMAT, CARED) for the development of workshop content that is innovative in its form and content at the heart of current concerns. They are intended for professionals who plan to develop sustainability actions, reducing the use of resources and the impact on the environment.
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