Join us for a pre-conference event to learn about Green Manufacturing and Processing!
In the broad sense, green manufacturing refers to manufacturing and processing practices that use resources more efficiently (e.g., reduction in energy consumption, reduction in water usage), reduce waste generation (e.g., use of alternative raw materials, recycling, process mass intensity reduction), and/or use renewable resources. The application of green manufacturing technologies is influenced by external factors, such as government policies, corporate consciousness, and stakeholder behavior, and it may have profound economic, social, and environmental effects. In this last pre-Advanced Manufacturing & ProcessingConferenceevent, a group of subject matter experts from industry, academia, and government will discuss vital aspects of green manufacturing such as benefits and challenges of implementation, process intensification, and advances in greener processing technologies, efficient use of energy, etc.
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Featured Panelists Include:
Melissa Klembara, Senior Technical Advisor, U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Manufacturing Office
Katherine Morris, Information Modeling and Testing Group Leader, NIST
Nabil Nasr, CEO, REMADE Institute
Ignasi Palou-Rivera, Chief Technology Officer, RAPID Manufacturing Institute
Nick Thomson, Senior Director, Chemical Research and Development, Pfizer
Sponsored by JAMP
This conference is sponsored by the Journal of Advanced Manufacturing and Processing - a peer-reviewed, online journal of the AIChE focused on cutting-edge, new manufacturing techniques and technologies that reduce costs, save energy, and create solutions that address societal needs.