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CARBON ACCOUNTING AND LCA SOLUTIONS SPONSOR

LOW CARBON ALUMINIUM SPONSOR

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Meet Decision Makers From:

  • Automotive OEMs
  • Tier 1 and 2 Suppliers
  • Engineering Consultancies
  • Advanced/Sustainable Material Manufacturers
  • Software Solutions
  • Blockchain Solutions
  • Recycling & Reuse Companies

With The Following Job Titles:

SVP, VP, Chief, Principal, Director, Head, Manager, General Manager of -

  • Life Cycle, Life Cycle Analysis, LCA/Life Cycle Assessment
  • Sustainability / Sustainable
  • Environment / Environmental
  • Circular Economy
  • Remanufacturing
  • Renewable
  • Natural Fibres / Biomaterials
  • Decarbonisation
  • Recycling / Recyclability
  • ESG / Environmental, Social & Governance
  • Government/Governance/Regulatory/Regulation
  • HSE / EHS / Environmental Health & Safety

Heads, VPs, Directors of:

  • Supply Chain
  • Procurement

Speakers

Select a page to view from the list below.

Irene Feige

Irene FeigeHead of Circular Economy and Product Sustainability

BMW Group

As Head of Climate Strategy and Circular Economy Irene is engaged in setting the strategic roadmap for making the product truly sustainable. Bringing down CO2 and resource consumption is directly linked to reducing the climate impact and other negative effects as land use changes or biodiversity loss. Before driving the sustainability movement within BMW Group, Irene held various positions in corporate strategy and stakeholder management. She has 20+ years of experience in the transportation industry in strategic functions and has a strong background in the scientific community. Irene teaches an MBA course “Sustainable Mobility” at Technical University of Berlin. She holds a Ph. D. in economics.

Wulf-Peter Schmidt

Wulf-Peter SchmidtDirector Sustainability, Advanced Regulation & Product Conformity, Europe

Ford

Wulf-Peter is Ford of Europe’s Director „Sustainability, Advanced Regulations and Product Conformity” since 2014. After his PhD in the area of environmental engineering at Technical University Berlin he joined Ford 1997. He started as expert for Life Cycle Assessment and Environmental Strategy. After several positions and having a parallel engagement as Assistant Professor of RMIT Melbourne (Australia) for several years he is now responsible to broader sustainability subjects as well as compliance to and forecast of environmental and safety regulation in Europe.

James Lundstrom

James LundstromHead of Circular Economy

Volvo

Deborah Mielewski

Deborah MielewskiTechnical Leader - Plastics Research

Ford Motor Company

Amit Agrawal

Amit AgrawalCorporate Strategy - Sustainability & Mobility

BMW Group

Lars Eiermann

Lars EiermannVP, Global Head of Product Compliance, Homologation & Environment
 

MAN Truck & Bus

Marc Delobelle

Marc DelobelleHead of Fossil-Free Materials Purchasing

Volvo Group

Matt Vandyke

Matt VandykePlastic Sustainability Materials Engineer

General Motors

Ozak Durmus

Ozak DurmusSenior Sustainability Engineer

Ford Otosan

Özak DurmuĊŸ, completed B.Sc in Mechanical Engineering at Hacettepe University and has been working in Ford Otosan since 2013. He has 7 years experience as Senior Engine Mount Design Engineer and 1 year as Sustainability Senior Engineer. He is also the co-founder and lead of company internal initiative ReCube(Recycle,Reuse,Reduce) project. He has experience in anti-vibration systems, engine mounts and brackets, sustainable material development & applications, circular economy and life cycle assessment.

Caroline Loyer

Caroline LoyerHead of Battery Re-Manufacturing Volvo Energy

Volvo Group

Matthew Stich

Matthew StichGeneral Manager - Business Development, Flying Mobility & Battery Recycling Solutions

Toyota Motor North America

Chris Brown

Chris BrownDirector of Design for Sustainability

Rivian

Chris Brown – Director of Design for Sustainability at Rivian. 22 years’ experience in automotive OEM’s and the supply base. Chris has always focussed on simple and efficient design that delivers the customers’ expectations but with the lowest impact.

Nick Santero

Nick SanteroLead for Design for Sustainability

Rivian

Nick Santero is a Lead for Design for Sustainability at Rivian. He has been tackling sustainability for over 15 years, with a focus on using life cycle assessment philosophies to influence product design early in the development process. Prior to joining Rivian, Nick help establish the low-carbon design program at Apple, lectured at UC Berkeley, and consulted on sustainability topics in the mining and built environment industries. Nick has a B.S. from UC Davis, M.S/Ph.D. from UC Berkeley, and a post-doc from MIT.

Elizabeth Fretheim

Elizabeth FretheimGlobal Head of ESG

Nikola Motor Company

Drew Geda

Drew GedaSenior Polymer Materials Development Engineer

Hyundai-Kia America Technical Center, Inc

Anwar Sattar

Anwar SattarLead Engineer in Battery Recycling

University of Warwick

Anwar Sattar is a Chemical Engineer who specialises in electric vehicle and lithium ion battery recycling. He is currently leading the battery recycling activities at the Warwick Manufacturing Group, University of Warwick. His main area of interest is the development of next generation battery recycling technologies.

Andrew Abbott

Andrew AbbottProfessor of Physical Chemistry

University of Leicester

Stuart Coles

Stuart ColesReader - Sustainable Materials & Manufacturing

University of Warwick

Lina Kindermann

Lina KindermannLCA Lead Engineer


MAN Truck & Bus

Uday Vaidya, PhD

Uday Vaidya, PhDUT-ORNL Governors Chair in Advanced Composites Manufacturing

University of Tennessee

Laura Lander

Laura LanderPostdoctoral Research Associate

Imperial College London

Laura Lander is a postdoctoral research associate at Imperial College London. Laura has nine years of experience in battery research spanning across the development of innovative cathode materials up to the techno-economics and sustainability assessment of lithium- and sodium-ion batteries. She has received her PhD in France, before moving on to the University of Tokyo for her postdoctoral research. She joined Imperial College London in 2019.

Brandie Sebastian

Brandie SebastianSenior Director, Sustainability, Energy and Environment

American Iron & Steel Institute

Brandie Sebastian is AISI’s Senior Director of Sustainability, Energy, and Environment based in Pittsburgh, PA. She has fifteen years of professional sustainability experience in industry and consulting. In her multi-faceted role at AISI, she coordinates the American steel industry’s technical sustainability data and decarbonization activities. She has extensive experience conducting, managing, and reviewing ISO-conformant LCA and carbon footprint studies in the automotive, construction, energy, and consumer product sectors. She is also experienced with sustainability and circular economy strategy, metrics, and reporting, Product Category Rules (PCRs) and Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs), and sustainability standards development through ASTM and ISO. Brandie has served as the Vice Chair/Secretary of the American Center for Life Cycle Assessment (ACLCA) since 2014 and is an LCA Certified Practitioner (LCACP). She holds a B.S. in Environmental Systems Engineering and an M.S. in Energy & Geo-Environmental Engineering from Penn State University.

Jacqueline Edge, Ph.D

Jacqueline Edge, Ph.DFaraday Institution Project Leader, Mechanical Engineering Dept.

Imperial College London

Jean Marc Moulin

Jean Marc MoulinSustainability Director - Hydro Extrusions

Hydro

 

Stefan Kupferschmid

Stefan KupferschmidSenior Sustainability Consultant

Sphera

AGENDA AT A GLANCE

 

LATEST TRENDS ON CIRCULAR ECONOMY INNOVATIONS

  • Examining easy to recycle substitutes for plastics that are cost competitive & scalable

 

LCA CALCULATIONS FOR THE SUPPLY CHAIN 

  • Delivering a clear LCA calculation for tier 1 – tier 3 supply chain partners
  • Evaluate the most efficient recycling methodologies

 

LCA SOFTWARE TOOLS AND DATABASES

  • Cost-benefit analysis of the latest LCA software & database tools
  • Overcoming technical recycling challenges

 

CARBON NEUTRAL METALS

  • Decarbonizing metals including green steel and low carbon aluminum

 

IMPROVING MIXED METAL RECYCLING

  • Hear From Global Recycling Agencies On The Roadmap Ahead

 

RECYCLING AND SAFETY RISK

  • Managing the risks of using recycled content for safety-critical & sensitive functions of the car
  •  Applying circularity principles to the body-in-white & BEV related powertrain components
  • Application of recycled renewable materials including plastics

 

APPLICATION OF LOW CARBON ALTERNATIVES

Sustainable material technology comparison evaluating the strengths &

weaknesses of different options including:

• Bio-based materials

• Natural fibers

• Transforming the supply chain and manufacturing processes to deliver low carbon natural fibers and recycled

polymers

 

STEEL AND ALUMINIUM - RECYCLABILITY ROADMAPS FROM CRADLE TO GRAVE

• Aluminum: Virgin versus recycled & the implications of cost & performance in decision making

• STEEL - How suppliers are adapting to increasing levels of sustainability

 

LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT OF BATTERY VERSUS FUEL CELL VERSUS SYNTHETIC FUEL

  • How to recycle multi-material assemblies
  • Implementing design changes to reduce the carbon footprint 
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