3rd Sustainable IOT Workshop



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Summary:

Since billions of electronic objects are being disseminated all over the world in our homes, buildings, cars, medical devices, roads, etc., it is obviously a major concern to revisit the economic, technological, and societal models to develop a sustainable electronic industry that will care about its impact from the early design stages to the final consumption of these objects.

A sustainable use of rare raw materials in the emerging devices for the Internet of Things (IoT) is a major geopolitical stake for the 21st century. Some key elements used today will probably have to be drastically substituted or saved. It is therefore urgent to involve the stakeholders of the micro-electronics value chain to develop methods and tools to better integrate the needs and conerns of both consumers and companies.

Detailed programme:

Thursday 6 June
10:30am - 12:30pm Chairwoman: Karine Samuel

10:30 - 11:05 No digital society without sustainable information technology
- Jean-Pierre Raskin, Professor at Louvain School of Engineering - Institute of Information and Communication Technologies, Electronics and Applied Mathematics (ICTEAM), Université Catholique de Louvain

11:05 - 11:40 Electronics Recycling and its challenges – an end refiner’s perspective
- Géraldine Morelle, Assistant Manager Market Intelligence & Business Research - Umicore

11:40 - 12:15 Critical raw materials and ICT equipment, an operator perspective
- Samuli Vaija, Life Cycle Analyst - Orange

12:15 - 12:30 PhD students – session 1
12:30pm - 2pm Lunch
2pm - 4pm Chairwoman: Blandine Ageron

2:00 - 2:35 Rare Earths Elements: Price Dynamics and Geographical Concentration
- Jean-François Carpantier, Associate Professor - FEG, CERGAM, Aix-Marseille University

2:35 - 3:10 Cost modelling for Fan-Out Panel Level Packaging
- Mathilde Billaud, Research scientist - Fraunhofer Institut, Department Environmental and Reliability Engineering

3:10 - 3:45 Preserve and protect, new challenges for infrared detection technologies.
- Pierre Jenouvrier, Chief Technical Officer - SOFRADIR & ULIS, Grenoble

3:45 - 4:00 PhD students – session 2
4pm - 4:30pm
Coffee break
4:30pm - 6pm Chairman: Thierry Baron

4:30 - 5:05 Increasing risks for the access to raw materials sustaining the “green” economy
- Gaétan Lefebvre, Mineral resources economist - BRGM, French Geological Survey

5:05 - 5:40 Sustainable Technology: a life cycle approach to make ICs greener and more responsible
- Pascal Roquet, Corporate Environment & Health programs Senior Manager - STMicroelectronics

5:40 - 6:00 PhD students – session 3

Main speakers:  

Mathilde BillaudMathilde Billaud
Research scientist - Fraunhofer Institut, Department Environmental and Reliability Engineering

Research Fellow at Fraunhofer IZM since 2017. She holds a Master’s degree from the National Graduate School of Chemistry of Montpellier (France) with an expertise in chemistry and chemical engineering. She worked from 2013 and 2017 in the microelectronic research center CEA-Leti and LTM-CNRS (Laboratoire des technologies de la microélectronique), and received a doctor’s degree in 2017 for her thesis “integration of III-V materials as high mobility channel for MOSFET transistor”. She is involved in an industrial Consortium organized by Fraunhofer IZM, on Panel Level Packaging to model the process flow of chips packaging and to evaluate the fabrication costs.
Jean-Francois CarpantierJean-François Carpantier
Associate Professor - FEG, CERGAM, Aix-Marseille University

Jean-François Carpantier is an Assistant Professor of finance at Aix-Marseille University (France). He is also lecturer at the University of Luxembourg and associate researcher at University Catholique Louvain (Belgium). He has worked as credit expert for an international law firm and has been macroprudential expert for the Luxembourg financial sector authority. His current research focuses on financial econometrics and commodity markets.
Pierre Jenouvrier
Pierre Jenouvrier

Chief Technical Officer - SOFRADIR & ULIS, Grenoble

Graduated from Grenoble INP (PHELMA) in 2000, Pierre first carried out research on rare earth doped thin films and was awarded a PhD in optronics in 2003. He then worked on a new generation of high-end gyroscope at Sagem Defense & Security (Paris). Pierre joined SOFRADIR in 2007 and has been involved in the development of infrared detector technologies through several positions. He was appointed CTO of SOFRADIR & ULIS in May 2018.
Gaëtan LefebvreGaétan Lefebvre
Mineral resources economist - BRGM, French Geological Survey

After a double degree in engineering at the École Nationale Supérieure de Géologie in Nancy and in natural ressources economy at the School of Economics in Toulouse, Gaétan Lefebvre works at BRGM since 2014. His activities are business intelligence and mineral intelligence in the metals field.
Géraldine Morelle
Géraldine Morelle
Assistant Manager Market Intelligence & Business Research - Umicore

With her commercial background, Géraldine Morelle will present a high level view and context of the original contributions of research centres and industrial companies in the development of sustainable technologies

Jean-Pierre RaskinJean-Pierre Raskin
Professor at Louvain School of Engineering - Institute of Information and Communication Technologies, Electronics and Applied Mathematics (ICTEAM), Université Catholique de Louvain

Jean-Pierre Raskin received the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in applied sciences from Université catholique de Louvain (UCLouvain), Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, in 1994 and 1997, respectively. He has been a Professor at the Electrical Engineering Department of UCLouvain since 2000. His research interests are the modeling, wideband characterization and fabrication of advanced SOI MOSFETs as well as micro and nanofabrication of MEMS / NEMS sensors and actuators, including the extraction of intrinsic material properties at nanometer scale. He has been IEEE Fellow since 2014. He was the recipient of the Médaille BLONDEL 2015, the SOI Consortium Award 2016 and the European SEMI Award 2017 in recognition in his vision and pioneering work for RF SOI.

Pascal RoquetPascal Roquet
Corporate Environment & Health programs Senior Manager - STMicroelectronics

Pascal Roquet has more than 3 decades experience in Quality & Environmental Management. His fields of expertise are Driving Product Quality & Reliability activities as well as Quality & Environmental Management Systems within Semiconductors Industry.
Samuli VaijaSamuli Vaija
Life Cycle Analyst - Orange

Samuli Vaija holds a Master degree in System Ingineering and a Specialized Master in eco-design and environmental management.
Mr Vaija began working in 2010 in Meylan at Orange Labs Services. There, he worked successively on different subjects: environmental Orange display methodology for mobile phones, multiple life cycle analysis for electronic devices and forth Livebox and TV decoder generation eco-design. Samuli Vaija then joined Orange Labs Networks entity in Cesson-Sevigné to cover the network equipment circular economy aspects by studying modularity or virtualisation environmental impacts.