Linköping University will together with University of Strathclyde host the 3rd International Conference on Remanufacturing (ICoR), 24-26 October 2017, in Linköping, Sweden.
ICoR-17 follows previous successful ICoR conferences that were held in Glasgow 2011 and in Amsterdam 2015.
This conference targets international participants from academia and industry to meet and learn more about the latest research and industrial trends within remanufacturing.
The program is available here
Registration and more information here
The ICOR-17 conference has a remanufacturing focus and can deals with many topics related to remanufacturing e.g. business models, economic aspects, ICT, industrial marketing, innovation, legal aspects, organisational issues, process design, education and training, B2B, B2C, quality management, sustainability, resource efficiency, design for remanufacturing, core acquisition, reverse logistics, digitalization, information management, and lean remanufacturing.
Key note presentations
Professor Martin Charter, The Centre for Sustainable Design, University for the Creative Arts, Farnham, Surrey who will talk about Remanufacturing and Standards.
Matilda Jarbin, Sustainability manager at Godsinlösen Nordic AB, a company that remanufactures and recycles goods that are retrieved from insurance companies.
Erik Pettersson, Sustainabbility manager at Inrego AB, a company that refurbish IT equipment such as laptops and mobile phones.
David Fitzsimons, Director of Conseil Européen de Remanufacture, presents new ways for remanufacturing companies and researchers to collaborate in Europe.
Industrial visit will be made to Toyota Material Handling Sweden who has been performed remanufacturing forklift trucks for more than 12 years.
Research presentations and posters
There will be research paper presentations by distinguished researchers from all around the world during all three days of the conference e.g. from Finland, France, Germany, India, Japan, Scotland, Sweden, Wales, United Kingdom, Uruguay and US. There are possibilities to bring posters for show at the coffee and tea break area.
How to get to Linköping
Linköping is easily reached through Linköping City Airport (LPI) which has three daily flights from Amsterdam with KLM or by train, coach or car from airports in Norrköping (0,5h), Skavsta (1,5h), Stockholm (2h) or Copenhagen (3,5h).
Registration and hotels
Please find hotels to discounted price and how to register for the conference at our website: www.remanufacturing-conference.com
Dr. Erik Sundin
Department of Management and Engineering
Linköping University, Sweden