Day 3: Material Challenge

Day 3: The Material Challenge - 17 March 2016

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The issue of 'The Material Challenge' was presented.

Intro:
The availability and efficient (re)use of material resources is key to make the transition to a sustainable society. We will have to move from linear use of materials to a circular economy. In this EnergyDays, the material challenge will be approached from different directions. We will address the impact of scarcity in material resources and the need to innovate our technologies. We will focus on the demanding material requirements for future fusion reactors and the need for basic research on novel materials and concepts. Also we will take a look to research on clever product design to improve primary material use, resource efficiency and recycling possibilities.

Program
13h15Reception with coffee/tea

13h45 

Erik Langereis, Chair of the day - FOM Institute DIFFER

Welcome & Introduction

13h50Ton Bastein - TNO

Supply of raw materials and  future energy security

14h35Thomas Morgan - FOM Institute DIFFER

Touching the sun: finding materials for fusion reactors

15h20Break
15h40Ruud Balkenende - Delft University of Technology
Circular Product Design: closing the loop and maintaining value
16h25General discussion with audience
16h55Closure by chair
17h00Open café

Photo Impression

Contact

Any further questions on the EnergyDays can be sent to Elle Abzach.