DISSEMINATION MATERIAL & VIDEOS
OPEN ACCESS ARTICLES
Industrial Symbiotic Relations as Cooperative Games
Sustainable operations of industrial symbiosis: an enterprise input-output model integrated by agent-based simulation
The supply chain implications of industrial symbiosis
The role of online information-sharing platforms on the performance of industrial symbiosis networks
An Introduction to Engineering Multiagent Industrial Symbiosis Systems: Potentials and Challenges
The influence of knowledge in the design of a recommender system to facilitate industrial symbiosis markets
Learning strategic cooperative behavior in industrial symbiosis: A game-theoretic approach integrated with agent-based simulation
Exploring recommendations for circular supply chain management through interactive visualization
12th June 2019
By Rachel Lombardi (International Synergies Limited)
31st May 2019
By René Itten, Patricia Krayer and Matthias Stucki (ZHAW), James Woodcock (ISL), Monica Vicent Cabedo (ITC)
29th May 2019
By Rachel Lombardi, James Woodcock (International Synergies Limited), René Itten (Zurich University of Applied Sciences)
3rd April 2019
By Guido van Capelleveena, Chintan Amritb, Devrim Murat Yazan, Henk Zijma
5th February 2019
By Wietse Harmsma
SETAC EUROPE 28th ANNUAL MEETING. Rome, 13-17th May 2018
By Regula Keller, René Itten & Matthias Stucki
1st March 2017
By Dr. D. Rachel Lombardi, Peter Laybourn, Ian Humphreys, Dr. Adrian Murphy (International Synergies Limited)
20th July 2018
By Luca Fraccascia, Vahid Yazdanpanah, Devrim Murat Yazan (UT)
By Vahid Yazdanpanah, Devrim Murat Yazan, Henk Zijm (UT)
10th March 2017
By Guido van Capelleveena, Chintan Amrita, Devrim Murat Yazana, Henk Zijma
30th May 2016
By James Woodcock, Arsha Branson, Rachel Lombardi (International Synergies Limited)
24-27th February 2019
FISSAC team participated in the side-event ‘Industrial Symbiosis in Europe’, held in the World Resource Forum Antwerp 2019
It was a great opportunity to join presentations and demonstrations of the ongoing activities. The focus was on the FISSAC Industrial Symbiosis Platform, with interactive tutorial demonstrations.
9 European funded projects with a focus on Industrial Symbiosis joined forces to organize this side-event where they presented tools and success stories of Industrial Symbiosis and discussed the future of the field.
The projects are:
5-6th September 2018
IRIS Facilities, Castelldefels, Spain
19th April 2018
This seminar was organized within the activities of the Interreg Central Europe NUCLEI Project coordinated by CRIT.
The aim of the seminar was to provide the key elements to understand the new industrial paradigm underneath Circular Economy and its potential applications in the context of manufacturing companies.
Firstly, theoretical principles and aims of Circular Economy were illustrated by highlighting its role in the European agenda for economic development, and underlining its role as a lever for business management (design, servitization, reverse logistics).
A special emphasis was given to the interconnections with the Industry 4.0 development plan and related technologies, such as the Internet of Things (IoT), 3D Printing, Big Data & Analytics, Clouds and digital platforms.
Moreover, an approach to Circular Economy based on life cycle analysis (LCA) was illustrated. The LCA is one of the main tools for the assessment of resource use and process planning, making it a useful tool for the development of Circular Economy strategies.
14th September 2017
The 8th PROSIN conference gathered again a wide mix of industry, researchers and decision-makers to highlight the possibilities and risks associated with the circular economy.
“Change or Die”, as the Eyde Think Tank, who led us through the day, put it. The various speakers showed a range of tools that can facilitate a successful transition in this paradigm shift. The opportunities are there but we need action and adaptation.
Digitization as an enabling technology, Industrial symbiosis as a tool for regional growth and shrinking footprints and last but not least, highlighted by the Minister for Climate and Environment himself, the underlying need for change.