ERN Networking Event: Challenges and Perspectives in Remanufacturing industry and research
On March 15th 2016 the G-SCOP laboratory will hold a remanufacturing workshop in the framework of the ERN project at the University of Grenoble Alpes.
The purpose of the workshop is to discuss new challenges and perspectives in remanufacturing industry and research. The current results of the ERN project will be discussed and industrials feedbacks on remanufacturing will be presented.
The host of this event is the G-SCOP laboratory at the University of Grenoble Alpes. The G-SCOP’s research domain ranges from product design to production systems’ management leaning on sound skills in optimization. An essential focus is put on the conditions of sustainable growth and control levers for economic performance in companies.
Founded earlier in 2015, the European Remanufacturing Network aims at helping existing remanufacturers improve their operations, improving the competitiveness of remanufacturers domestically and internationally and raising the profile of the European remanufacturing industry. More information about the project can be found on the ERN website: http://www.remanufacturing.eu/
Laboratoire G-SCOP 46 avenue Félix Viallet, 38000 Grenoble France
Peggy ZWOLINSKI is professor in engineering design and eco-design at G-SCOP Laboratory (University of Grenoble, France). She is head of the research group “Product-Process Design”. Her scientific interests are eco-design of products: design for remanufacturing, end of life disassembly, environmental evaluation of closed loop end of life strategies (remanufacturing, recycling, and reuse) and Product Service System design. She is responsible of doctoral lectures at the university about environmental management and eco-design.