Electronics Goes Green 2012+ (EGG2012+)
Venue: Dahlem Cube Seminaris Hotel
|Event Date/Time: Sep 09, 2012||End Date/Time: Sep 12, 2012|
|Registration Date: Aug 31, 2012|
|Early Registration Date: Jun 15, 2012|
|Abstract Submission Date: Feb 15, 2012|
|Paper Submission Date: Jun 15, 2012|
Under the slogan, â€œTaking Green to the Next Levelâ€, the program will feature exciting new approaches in green IT, life-cycle engineering, new technologies and all the latest issues in legislation and regulation, corporate social responsibility and managing critical resources and sustainability. The congress will include an exhibition of best practice products, where participants can get a hands-on look at all the latest in green technology and have a chance to meet with the developers and manufacturers of tomorrowâ€™s technology today.
The event will build on the success of the last three â€œElectronics Goes Greenâ€ Conferences in 2000, 2004 and 2008, which were all attended by over 500 participants. Particularly exciting was the international character of the event â€“participants from over 35 different countries registered for the last conference. We plan to seize this opportunity at Electronics Goes Green 2012 by including a special forum for scientific and educational exchange with emerging economies.
Electronics Goes Green 2012+ will cover three major areas:
1- Sustainable Products and Technologies: Best available or leading edge technologies and product solutions that reduce environmental impact through eco-design, energy efficiency and resource management, including recycling.
2- Governance: Incentives for environment-friendly products and processes, green business models, voluntary agreements, social responsibility, and international issues related to environmental legislation.
3- System Thinking: Today, electronic products are shifting from single function devices to networked products, generating considerable environmental and economic trade-offs. The improvement of the whole system requires meeting a variety of data monitoring, system modeling and life-cycle management challenges.
Share experiences, ideas and visions with experts from industry, academia, government and NGOs, and take advantage of the range of conference forums: the exhibition, oral and poster presentations and hard-hitting debate at one of the conferenceâ€™s most popular events, Provoquium.