Meet iPoint on September 1st at the Electronics Goes Green Conference 2020 – a scientific conference that explores the facets of green electronics. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the conference, hosted by the Fraunhofer Institute for Reliability and Microintegration (Fraunhofer IZM), will be an on-demand virtual event of pre-recorded presentations combined with the live event on September 1.
The live event will include keynote presentations, live discussions, and feedback formats which allow the conference community to meet in a virtual venue. The pre-recorded video presentations will be available 10 days prior and a couple of weeks after the conference, starting on August 20. Also, there will be virtual interactive workshops between August 21-28.
Some of the topics covered at the conference include
Digitalization and the Environment
The role of advanced ICT and electronics
Product design solutions for resource efficiency
Global policy updates
Best practice for global environmental policy alignment, legal compliance and market surveillance
Conflict-free and fair-trade electronics
Data management and traceability along the supply chain
Life Cycle Assessment of electronics
Business models for a Circular Economy
We’re excited that iPoint will be contributing the following presentations on August 20:
“Reaching Carbon-neutrality with Role-based Access to LCA Information of Materials, Parts and Components” – Andreas Schiffleitner (iPoint-Austria GmbH), Martina Prox (ifu Hamburg GmbH, Member of iPoint Group), and Anne Wahl (iPoint-systems GmbH)
“What to Expect from Data-driven Sustainable Product Management? Insights from Industry Cases and PLM Solution Providers” – Andreas Schiffleitner (iPoint-Austria GmbH) with Josef Peter Schöggl, Magdalena Rusch, and Rupert Baumgartner (University of Graz, Christian Doppler Laboratory for Sustainable Product Management enabling a Circular Economy)
“How to Collect and Prepare the Data for SCIP Database Reporting” – Angelika Maria Steinbrecher (iPoint-systems GmbH), Eva Susanne Hink (iPoint-systems GmbH), and Andreas Schiffleitner (iPoint-Austria GmbH)
Learn more about the Conference on the Electronics Goes Green website.