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05/18/2021 - 05/18/2021 | Berlin
Speaker: Dr. Nils F. Nissen
More and more companies are setting climate neutrality goals, and countries and regions have been strengthening their committments over the last weeks. While the electronics industry is not among the biggest contributors to climate relevant emissions, we have to drastically improve within the industry, while at the same time help other sectors to decarbonize. The goals set by companies trickle up the supply chain and now affect more suppliers of components, and indeed the development of new technologies.
This webinar addresses the global perspectives on combatting climate change, and the specific contributions that electronic systems and electronic technologies can and should provide. Guiding through the different levels of electronic systems we will introduce concepts like carbon footprinting and life cycle analysis with relevant examples.
Whether you are new to environmental topics or already involved professionally - we are looking forward to the exchange and discussions.
This webinar is organized together with IEEE EPS TC Emerging Technologies.
Information on participating / attending:
The expert session series »Advanced Packaging: Simulation, Technology, and Reliability« will give you an exciting insight into hot R&D topics at Fraunhofer IZM and an idea about how you can use our research results and possibilities for your industry or for joint projects together with us.
Participation is free of charge, registration is required. This workshop series aims to address our customers, partners and interested parties from industry, politics and science.
05/18/2021 16:00 - 05/18/2021 16:45
Online I MS Teams
Business and commerce, Scientists and scholars
Electrical engineering, Environment / ecology
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Seminar / workshop / discussion
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URL of this event: http://idw-online.de/en/event68694
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