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Scientific Workshop 2024

From 4/5/2024 to 4/5/2024
Minatec, 3 Parv. Louis Néel, Grenoble


3 Parv. Louis Néel, Grenoble
April 5, 2024
8:45 AM - 12 PM | 2 PM  - 5:30PM
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As humanity grapples with pressing environmental challenges, the scientific understanding and practical use of planetary boundaries framework emerge as powerful vectors for challenging technical decision-making in regard to the short to long terms socio-ecological consequences in electronics.
Come to understand this concepts and questions their integration into your activities !



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Léa Di Cioccio (chairwoman) - Research director, Sustainable electronics and eco-innovation advisor, CEA-Leti                 
Aware of the socio-ecological transitions underway, she has introduced these new paradigms into the organization's research methodologies and strategy. From 2020 to 2023, she launched and directed CEA-Leti's eco-innovation program, which aims to train research engineers and red​uce the environmental impact of the organization and the technologies it develops, taking into account the 16 impact factors and 6R scenarios. She is currently interested in resource issues and geopolitical tensions, planetary limits and prospective life cycle analyses.
She joined CEA-Leti in 1990 and has worked on a wide range of industry-related technologies. She is the author of over 40 patents and 200 publications.
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Maud Rio (chairwoman) - Associate professor, G-SCOP Laborator 
Maud Rio is an Associate Professor at Grenoble Alps University G-SCOP Laboratory, part of the Product Process Design, called CoSys, Team. Research topics include developing models and designing methods based on the approach of integrated design to boost environmental and sustainability performance of products and processes in line with emerging technologies leading to new forms of consumption and production. She has been visiting researchers from the Stockholm Resilience Center in Sweden, the Technical University of Denmark, and from Lausanne University in Switzerland, to understand the framework of planetary boundaries, to apply the Absolute Sustainability assessment methods, and to learn about ecological democracy.
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Michael Z. Hauschild - Professor, Department of Environmental and Resource Engineering
Quantitative Sustainability Assessment
DTU Microbes Initiative
Michael Z. Hauschild is professor in quantitative assessment of sustainability at the the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) where he leads the DTU Centre on Absolute Sustainability. He has worked on the development of methods for sustainability assessment of products and technologies for 30 years and has served as chair on working groups under UNEP developing the scientific consensus model USEtox ( for assessment of chemical impacts on health and environment. He has acted as a consultant to the European Commission, creating the groundwork for Commission's standard methodology for life cycle assessment (LCA) of products and systems. In 2018 he received the SETAC Europe Lifetime Achievement in LCA Award. He has authored or co-authored more than 260 peer reviewed scientific publications and a leading textbook on Life Cycle Assessment with more than 150 000 downloads.
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Damien Rieutor - PhD, INRIA & Guest researcher at TITA laboratory, Séville ​ 
Coming from an engineering background, Damien Rieutor's eclectic professional journey (private sector, NGOs, freelance, Social and Solidarity Economy) and experiences beyond metropolitan areas (Réunion, Mayotte, Haiti, Molenbeek) have led to a questioning of the paradoxical social consequences of our actions, as individuals or as a society. The search for answers prompted him to investigate the sociological implications of the concept of Planetary Boundaries.
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Noemie Elgrably - Consultant at BL Evolution
Noémie is a biodiversity strategy consultant at BL Evolution, a consulting firm in environmental transition. She completed her thesis on the companies' business models' transformation in order to stay within the planetary boundaries
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Florence  Maraninchi - Professor, Grenoble INP-UGA / Ensimag and Verimag Laboratory 
She teaches at Ensimag (the department of Computer Science and Applied Maths of Grenoble INP). Her research activities are with the VERIMAG laboratory, where she was the head of the "synchrone'' group from 2004 to 2015 and then the Director from 2016 to 2020. She is now a member of the Verimag/ETiCS Group, working on the social and environmental impacts of the digital world.
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8:45 AM-9AM


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