JOIN US for the SIMTech Sustainable Manufacturing Conference 2016 on Thursday, 3 November at the Devan Nair Institute for Employment and Employability (e2i).
With the theme “Resource Efficiency in Manufacturing – Opportunities & Challenges, this year’s event is broadly divided into:
The Foundation for Resource Efficiency - Life-Cycle Engineering
Renowned speaker, Professor Christoph Herrmann, Director of the Institute of Machine Tools and Production (Germany) will give a comprehensive review on how life-cycle engineering has recently become an indispensable tool for sustainability issues in manufacturing. His review will cover the various types of manufacturing resources, from materials, manpower, water, energy to wastes, in a holistic resource management framework.
The Disruptive Technology for Sustainability - Material Informatics
Leveraging on the multitudes of increasing cheaper sensors, computing powers, cloud resources, user-friendly apps, big data, material informatics, knowledge of diverse manufacturing processes to optimize resources, increase productivity, increase process efficiency and safeguard environmental impact, and towards zero waste.
The Market for Manufacturing Resource Efficiency - Trends and Opportunities
Mr Satish Lele, Senior Vice-President of Frost & Sullivan (Singapore) will provide insight into the market and industry landscape of resource efficiency, from both local and regional perspectives; He will be touching on key concepts of sustainability as well as trends related to sustainable manufacturing and various technologies supporting these initiatives.
Click HERE for programme details.
With the strong continual support from Singapore Business Federation (SBF), the Waste Management & Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS), the Employment & Employability Institute (e2i), and the Singapore Green Building Council (SGBC), the event provides excellent opportunity to learn, share & to network.
On behalf of the organising committee, I look forward to welcoming you to this event.
Dr Chen Wei Long
Chairman, Sustainable Manufacturing Conference 2016
Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (SIMTech)