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Automotive Sustainable Material Solutions Online Conference

  • 16th March 2023
  • Zoom flag Zoom ONLINE

Don't miss the opportunity to explore future developments in the ongoing evolution of sustainability in the automotive industry at the Automotive Sustainable Material Solutions Online Conference on March 16, 2023.

In addition to discussing sustainable materials, the event will also delve into the topic of circular economy in the automotive industry. This includes exploring ways to design vehicles for disassembly and recycling, as well as implementing closed-loop systems for materials such as plastics and metals. We will also cover the latest advances in bioplastics and biofuels, and their potential for reducing the environmental impact of transportation.

Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from keynote speakers who are experts in their respective fields, as well as participate in interactive panel discussions and networking sessions. We will also showcase cutting-edge research and development, and provide a platform for companies to showcase their sustainable products and solutions.

This event aims to provide a holistic view of the current state of sustainable materials in the automotive industry and inspire attendees to take action and drive change towards a more sustainable future. We encourage professionals from across the automotive industry, including manufacturers, suppliers, researchers, and policymakers, to join us for this important discussion. Register now to secure your spot!

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About the Automotive Sustainable Material Solutions Online Conference

Our event will delve into the latest advancements in sustainable materials and technologies, including those related to lightweighting, energy storage, and recycling. We will also explore the potential of emerging technologies, such as advanced composites, and discuss their feasibility for use in the automotive industry.

In addition, the event will feature presentations from industry experts on the implementation of sustainable materials and processes in production and manufacturing. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about best practices and case studies, as well as engage in interactive discussions on the challenges and opportunities of sustainable materials adoption.

Our event will bring together a diverse group of stakeholders, including industry leaders, researchers, policymakers, and academics, to share their perspectives and experiences on the use of sustainable materials in the automotive industry. Join us for this important discussion and be a part of shaping the future of sustainable mobility. Register now to secure your spot online on March 16, 2023!

Who Should Attend

SVP, VP, Chief, Principal, Director, Head, Manager, General Manager, Engineering Materials Specialist, Technical Manager, Business Development, and fellows specialising in:

  • Life Cycle, Life Cycle Analysis, LCA/Life Cycle Assessment
  • Sustainability
  • Environment
  • Circular Economy
  • Remanufacturing
  • R&D
  • Renewable
  • Natural Fibres/Biomaterials
  • Decarbonisation
  • Recycling/Recyclability
  • Environmental, Social, & Governance (ESG)
  • Government/Governance/Regulatory/Regulation
  • Environmental Health & Safety (EHS/HSE)
  • Plastics
  • Composites
  • Coating
  • Lightweight
  • Design
  • Structures
  • Marketing
  • Body Engineering
  • Innovation
  • Recycling
  • Material
  • Chemicals

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Key Practical Learning Points

  • Reducing the use of non-renewable materials in production
  • Working on a greener production
  • Zero-carbon
  • Recycled materials in car interiors
  • Renewable solutions for the car manufacturing
  • Investments in renewable materials
  • NFPP and other solutions
  • Sustainable seating production for car manufacturing

Dirk Michels, DE

Scientific Consultant Coatings Technology

Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation (IPA)

Dirk Michels studied chemical engineering at Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences in Krefeld, Germany. Since September 2000, he has been a member of the scientific staff at the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation (IPA) in Stuttgart. From 2006-14, he held various positions with responsibility in projects and personnel in various companies in the paint processing industry as well as in consulting. Since 2014, he has been working as a project manager in the department of coating systems and painting technology at IPA. His major topics are the development and planning of innovative coating processes as well as the optimisation of existing coating plant concepts.

Sude Erkin, TR

Sustainable Product Development Engineer

Ford Otosan

Sude Erkin holds a BSc degree in metallurgical and materials engineering from Istanbul Technical University. She has been working as a product sustainability engineer at Ford Otosan for more than a year. Sude's focus area is sustainable materials and she is responsible for sustainable plastic research and applications. She is also leading two EU-funded projects, MatDeMa and SAYEM, which are related to lightweight composite design for sustainability and additive manufacturing technologies.

Dr. Lisa Weigand, DE

Advisor Circular Economy

Mitsubishi Chemical Europe

Lisa Weigand holds a PhD in chemistry from Imperial College London and specialises in sustainable chemistry and circular economy in the chemical industry. She works as a circular economy advisor at Mitsubishi Chemical Europe, where she develops the CE strategy for the European businesses and is involved in implementing new circular business models and technologies. Lisa is passionate about innovation and new technologies in the chemical industry.

Ysée Genot, FR

E-Mobility & Sustainability Marketing Manager

Solvay

Ysée Génot is Solvay's global marketing manager for sustainability in the automotive market. She works as a bridge between customers and Solvay's R&I to make sure Solvay develops the right materials and the right value proposition to help customers address climate change and shape the future of a sustainable mobility. Ysée holds a double degree, an MBA from EM Lyon Business School in France, and in international strategy and sustainability from Hanken School of Economics in Finland. Ysée joined Solvay in 2018 and led several commercial and marketing projects for Solvay Group before joining Solvay Specialty Polymers frontline in 2020 with a specific focus on eMobility and sustainability market segments.

Dirk Michels, DE

Scientific Consultant Coatings Technology

Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation (IPA)

Sude Erkin, TR

Sustainable Product Development Engineer

Ford Otosan

Dr. Lisa Weigand, DE

Advisor Circular Economy

Mitsubishi Chemical Europe

Ysée Genot, FR

E-Mobility & Sustainability Marketing Manager

Solvay

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