International Conference on Resource Efficiency in Interorganizational Networks
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Renewable raw materials are becoming increasingly important as an alternative resource base in industrial networks. Consequently, research for methods improving the efficient use of renewable resources in production processes with by-products is crucial. The aim is cascade utilization, thus the multiple utilization of a raw material before its conversion into energy.
The conference brings together interdisciplinary researchers developing strategies and solution concepts for efficient resource utilization. It is therefore a forum for scientific exchange both between experts as well as interdisciplinary groups. The following facets of the challenging topic of resource efficiency in Interorganizational networks are covered by the conference:
Track A: Materials and Technologies
- Characterization of Fibres and Particles
- Supply Chain of Renewable Resources
- Usage of Cell Wall Components, esp. Hemicelluloses
Track B: Planning of Production and Value-added Networks for Renewable Resources
- IS and IM in Value-Generating Networks for Renewable Resources
- Mathematical Optimization in the Presence of Uncertainties
- Modeling of Production and Logistic Systems
Track C: Governance, Coordination and Sale
- Consumer Behavior towards Eco-Friendly Products
- Distribution of Intermediate and End Products from Renewable Resources
The conference will include parallel sessions for presentation of papers in the fields of agricultural and forestry science, mathematical optimization, operations research, marketing, business informatics, production and logistics. Each track contains different sessions for expert talks. The interdisciplinary exchange is fostered through special talks and meetings, where all groups come together. A detailed description of the sessions can be found in the section Call for Papers.
- Dr.-Ing. Stefan Vodegel / Prof. Martin Faulstich
Thermal Process Technology,
CUTEC Institute of Environmental Technology
- Prof. Barry Goodell
Virgina Polytechnic Institute and State University
- Prof. Adisa Azapagic
Sustainable Chemical Engineering
University of Manchester
- Assoc. Prof. Daniela Kleinschmit
Department of Forest Products,
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala
- Deutsche Forschungsgemscheinschaft (DFG)