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2018

Call for participation to ICCCE 2018

After five years of funding by the FONA research programme from the German Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), the research group "Cascade Use" is inviting to their final conference ICCCE 2018- International Conference on Cascade Use and Circular Economy. The conference will take place in Oldenburg, Germany, on September 24th and 25th, 2018, to discuss relevant topics on resource management and the related CO2 emission reduction. Registration is now open until September 15th, 2018. Early bird ends on August 31st.

ICCCE 2018 will be organised by Cascade Use under the lead of Dr.-Ing. Alexandra Pehlken, supported by the Co-Hosts Shanghai Jiao Tong University - SJTU (Prof. Chen Ming) and the AARTI – Alliance of Automotive Recovery Technology Innovation.

We are proud to announce our Keynote Speakers Prof. Susanne Rotter (University of Technology Berlin, Germany; Member of the Advisory Council on the Environment of the German Government), Prof. Christoph Herrmann (TU Braunschweig, IWF), Dr. Christian Hagelüken (Director EU Affairs Umicore) and Dr. Henning Wilts (Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment, Energy).

You will expect highly interesting discussions on the topics:

  • Life Cycle Assessment and Material Flow Assessment
  • Sustainable Mobility Services
  • Industrial Ecology
  • WEEE - Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
  • (Re-)Manufacturing, and
  • Cascade Use and Waste Management 4.0.

Please join us for this unique conference in Oldenburg, Lower Saxony, Germany. A preliminary program and the registration is online on www.iccce2018.com and will be updated regularly.

Please register soon for ICCCE2018 on our conference website and contact us if you need assistance via cascade.use(at)uol.de.


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Die Weihnachtsflut 1717

(08.01.2018)

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2017

BUIS Tage: 20. Tagung der Fachgruppe Betriebliche Umweltinformationssysteme der Gesellschaft für Informatik e. V.

(14.11.2017)

10. BUIS-Tage Smart Cities / Regions – Technische, wirtschaftliche und gesellschaftliche Innovationen 24.-25. Mai 2018 in Oldenburg » Call for Papers


1st FRAMES Letter: Increasing flood resilience beyond borders

(07.11.2017)

"The purpose of FRAMES (Flood Resilient Areas by Multi-layEr Safety) is to ensure that inhabitants and infrastructure are more resilient to the potential effects of flooding." » further information


Kolloquium zur nachhaltigen Raumentwicklung: „Coastal Regions of Europe in Transformation — Transformationsprozesse europäischer Küstenregionen"

(03.11.2017)


Klimaschutz jetzt! Veranstaltungen der Klima-Allianz Oldenburg

(03.11.2017)

  • Sonne, Wind und Wut: Wird die Energiewende ausgebremst?
  • „Uns steht das Wasser bis zum Hals!“ Der globale Klimaschutz nach der Bonner Weltklimakonferenz
  • Power to Change – Die EnergieRebellion (D 2016)
  • Ökologisches Grundeinkommen
  • Hunger in der Welt? Saatgut und globale Ernährungssicherheit
  • Textilproduktion in globaler Perspektive

HEdIS Summer School Innovative IoT for Sustainable Citizens November 2017

(22.09.2017)

IoT has been earmarked as the key driver of Industry revolution 4.0 as well as the Future Internet. However, most African countries are not keeping pace with these technological advancements and do not have the skills and research required for IoT. This summer school aims to:

  • reate an awareness of sustainability issues in water, mobility and energy, as well as the potential of IoT to address such issues.
  • Educate participants on IoT and the potential they have to offer.
  • Provide participants with the necessary skills to appropriately analyse sustainability issues (in water, energy and mobility) and to design innovative solutions.