Designing circular industrial systems for the Industry of the Future



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Summary:

Circular industrial systems transform post-used products into new added-value products: companies can thus provide market-ready, competitive, customised and last-generation solutions, while minimizing the use of material and energy resources. This workshop will center on new technologies and how they can create those new industrial systems, with a specific focus on human-machine collaboration, the implementation of the numerical solutions, and the design and implementation of the new organizations required by those systems.

Detailed programme:

Wednesday 5 June
8:30am - 10am

Circular project presentation
Chairwoman: Peggy Zwolinski

- Peggy Zwolinski, Grenoble INP Full professor and Head of the Grenoble Alpes Circular Project - G-SCOP, Univ. Grenoble Alpes
- PhD candidates
10am - 10:30am Coffee break
10:30am - 12:30pm The worker in the digitalized circular industry
Chairwoman: Aurélie Landry

- Flore Barcellini, Full Professor in ergonomics - Research Center on Work and Development, CNAM

Technologies for agile operative processes

Chairman: Olivier Aycard

- Marco F. Huber, Full Professor - Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA

- André Montaud, Director - Coboteam Cluster
12:30pm - 2pm Lunch
2pm - 4pm Organisations / incentives for circular industrial systems
Chairman: Pierre-Xavier Thivel

- Helen Micheaux, Post-doctoral researcher - Mines ParisTech Graduate School

Illustration on case studies
Chairwoman: Valérie Rocchi

- Pierrick Rogues, Project leader methods and industrialization - ARaymond
- Alexandre Morais, Head of the department - AFNOR X35 Commission, Ergonomics

Main speakers:

Flore BarcelliniFlore Barcellini
Full Professor in ergonomics - Research Center on Work and Development, CNAM

Flore Barcellini’s research activities deal with the axis cooperation and design of the CRTD Lab. She develops this axis according to the following two thematics:
The first one concerns human cooperative activities and their support. This thematic is developed in healthcare context, through a research work dealing with cooperative assistance to enhance healthcare safety in radiotherapy, as well as in industrial context through a research dealing with cooperative robotics in car and planes industries.
The second thematic is more specifically about understanding cooperative design activities in different technical or organizational settings (community design, mediated and distributed design) and users, designers and ergonomists’ roles in participatory design.
Marco F. HuberMarco F. Huber
Full Professor - Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA

Prof. Marco Huber is Deputy Director of the Institute of Industrial Manufacturing and Management IFF at University of Stuttgart and Head of Center for Cyber Cognitive Intelligence (CCI) at Fraunhofer IPA in Stuttgart, Germany. As a full professor for cognitive production systems he manages and conducts R&D projects on artificial intelligence and machine learning applied on manufacturing, automation, and robotics.
Helen MicheauxHelen Micheaux
Post-doctoral researcher - Mines ParisTech Graduate School

Helen Micheaux is a PhD in management sciences. She is focusing on recycling sector and to collective empowerment programs entitled "Producer Extended Responsibility Stream, Organization and Governance, Circular Economy, Innovation and Business Models". The aim was to map the urban mining sector (location of value creation, distribution of wealth, etc.), to make a comparative study of practices between different countries in terms of organization of the sector and of identify the brakes and levers on the circular economy.
She is currently pursuing postdoctoral work at the Ecole des Mines de Paris.
André MontaudAndré Montaud
Director - Coboteam Cluster

The main purpose of the Coboteam Cluster is to animate and assist the structuring of the robotics sector in partnership with all economic and technological development stakeholders.
Alexandre MoraisAlexandre Morais
Head of the department - AFNOR X35 Commission, Ergonomics

For 11 years, Alexandre Morais is in charge of the industrial ergonomics of the PSA Peugeot Citroën Group. Its main activity is the management of an ergonomists team who works on the manufacturing processes and the automotive trades in order to consider the human factor in design projects and in the improvement of existing facilities, on a daily basis.
Pierrick RoguesPierrick Rogues
Project leader methods and industrialization - ARaymond

ARaymond is the international leader in expertise in assembly and fixing, by clipping, gluing and fluid connectivity. More than 7,000 people work for ARaymond, which, in 2009 bought the American competitor Tinnerman.
Always at the forefront of innovation, the company has equipped itself with Collaborative Robotics (Cobotics). They will present us, at the CDP circular, the use of these industrial systems 4.0.
Peggy ZwolinskiPeggy Zwolinski
Grenoble INP Full professor and Head of the Grenoble Alpes Circular Project - G-SCOP, Univ. Grenoble Alpes

The CIRCULAR project aims at developing reliable circular industrial systems able to transform post-used products into new added-value products. This consortium will build the right conditions, as well as the new digital technologies required for creating large-scale circular production systems. Circular will contribute to the development of methods and technologies for the Industry of the Future paradigm and to their implementations.