5th and 6th June 2017

RECODE International Symposium - Future Visions of Manufacturing: Customisation, Redistribution and Technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The RECODE International Symposium brought together industrial organisations and research institutions from around the world to share and create future visions for manufacturing focusing on the topics of customisation, re-distribution and technology. The Symposium offered: six parallel sessions, internationally recognised keynote speakers, networking sessions and a symposium dinner.

 

If you want to know more about the programme, download the Symposium Brochure here.

 

Speakers' presentations:

 

Implementation of Digital Manufacturing Strategies - Lina Huertas, Manufacturing Technology Centre

 

Robotic Disassembly and Autonomous Remanufacturing - Duc Pham, University of Birmingham 

 

The Next Production Revolution: Implications for Government and Business - Alistar Nolan, OECD

 

Implementing New Manufacturing Visions - Ben Wang, Georgia Technology University 

 

Remanufacturing Networks (Re-run) Mohamed Naim, Cardiff University 

 

Feasibility studies presentations:

 

RECODE Symposium Introduction - Fiona Charnley, Cranfield University

 

Digital Manufacturing: The role of Big Data in the Future of Manufacturing - Mohamed Zaki and Professor Philip Shapira, University of Cambridge and University of Manchester

 

RdM and Circular Innovation - Mariale Moreno, Cranfield University 

 

Business as Unusual: Designing Products with Consumers in the Loo - Leila Sheldrick, Imperial College London 

 

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Watch the time-lapse of the Knowlege Wall being built at the Symposium!