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Critical raw materials – The hidden risk in the technologies enabling modern electronics
• Are you aware of the threats and opportunities related to availability of raw materials in the ICT and electronics sector? Modern ICT and electronics technologies rely on a complex mixture of modern material, some of which are considered ‘critical’ and may be at risk due to supply disruption.
• Are you aware of the role such materials play in the value chain for key applications and your business?
CRM_InnoNet is offering this free workshop at SEMICON Europa on 6th October 2014 – an opportunity for the European Electronics Industry to discuss the development of a European roadmap and European policy recommendations relating to the substitution of critical raw materials in electronic components.
The workshop presents a superb opportunity to learn more about the risks of the supply of raw materials vital to the sector and is applicable to all stakeholders of the value chain with interest in critical raw materials.
Presentations will include a value chain analysis for key applications as well as the ICT and electronics industry. There will also be an interactive session on critical raw materials in the ICT sector. The CRM_InnoNet consortium is seeking YOUR input into so make sure you don’t miss out!
Make use of this opportunity to contribute to the CRM_InnoNet initiative and register today to secure you place at this free workshop. Travel support is available for all SMEs on application (For more details, contact: Ms Natalie Withenshaw firstname.lastname@example.org). OR to view the Travel Policy in accordance with the European Commission guidelines, and to download a Travel Expense Claim Form, click here>>
Once you have registered for this workshop, you must also register on the SEMICON Europa website as a visitor, in order to gain access to the venue.
To register, visit http://www.semiconeuropa.org/ and use the discount code 1v34Q to avoid the entrance fee.
The attendance is free of charge.
|12:30||Arrival, registration and lunch|
|13:30||What makes a material critical?||Maria Antonia Morales, CEFIC|
|13:45||CRM_Innonet - Innovation Network for substitution for critical raw materials||Susanne Coles, Knowledge Transfer Network|
|14:00||Critical materials in the ICT sector - Interactive exercise||
David Peck, TUDelft
David Gardner, C-Tech Innovation
|15:00||Coffee and networking|
|15:30||Supply chain analysis for the ICT sector||John Bacher, VTT|
|15:55||European Roadmaps for Substitution of Critical Raw Materials - electronics and photonics sectors||Susanne Coles, Knowledge Transfer Network|
|16:15||Wrap up and close||Susanne Coles, Knowledge Transfer Network|